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Fantastic sights hidden within the folds of UK’s least-loved map

15 May 2019

Of all Ordnance Survey’s UK maps, Explorer 440 sells the least amount of copies. Lack of interest in the map, which covers Glen Cassley and Glen Oykel in the Highlands, might suggest the area has little to offer visitors. But as the Landward team discovered, this neglected corner of Scotland, north of Inverness and near the popular NC500 route, is home to some spectacular scenery and wildlife.

The stunning landscape covered by Britain’s least loved map

Ghillie Harry MacNeil shows Euan Mcilwraith a beautiful but rarely seen waterfall.

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