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Quinag 808m, A’ Chuinneag, is a dramatic Y-shaped range of peaks in the northern district of Assynt in Sutherland. The property is owned by the John Muir Trust whose work protects the integrity of the wild landscape here. In summer the open hillsides of Quinag are a mixed habitat of heather moorland, grassy slopes and peat bogs that support blaeberry, thyme and lousewort, and remnants of ancient woodland. Much of the land here is ecologically impoverished due to centuries of heather burning, extensive grazing by sheep, and a rise in red deer numbers. The Trust is working to reverse this decline and encourage nature to develop a rich variety of wild landscapes and habitat.

Photograph by Alex Nail

About Alex Nail

Based in Bristol, Alex Nail has a passion for mountains and wilderness areas. His photography is largely illustrative, showing magical lighting conditions and spectacular scenery. His latest book Northwest of the Highlands of Scotland, showcases wild mountain vistas and dramatic light displays.

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