Lot 1 – Loubcroy Hill ( About 7,491.68 acres )
An attractive block of hill ground rising up to 2000 feet. Exciting Red Deer Stalking with 5-year average of 23.6 stags. Fishing on Conachair Burn.
The hill ranges from lower sheltered ground and rises up the spectacular slopes of Meall an Fhuarain with stunning views looking west towards the Summer Isles. The land consists of 7,461.78 acres hill, 3.90 acres woodland and 26 acres rivers/ streams/ miscellaneous ground.
The boundaries to the south and west are open to the stalking estates of Corriemulzie, Langwell, Ledmore and Rhiddorroch, whilst the majority of the eastern boundary is neighboured by a deer fenced forestry plantation owned by the Forestry Commission.
Depending on the wind direction, the hill has the advantage of being accessed at either end via two forestry tracks accessed off the main road. One of the tracks is located close to Craggie (north of Loubcroy Farm) and the other track is located just south of Loubcroy Farm.
Close to the Chonachiar burn there is a single block of mature conifers extending to about 3.90 acres providing shelter for sheep and deer during the winter.
Red Deer Stalking
Loubcroy Hill provides some exciting stalking with varied terrain including steep sided burns running off Meall an Fhuarain as well as some great vantage points to see over the majority of the ground.
Lairg 17 miles, Ullapool 27 miles, Dornoch 33 miles, Inverness Airport 65 miles
Loubcroy is located a short distance to the west of Oykel Bridge and is accessed off the main Bonar Bridge to Lochinver road (A837). The estate is situated about 26 miles to the northeast of Ullapool and the town of Lairg is 17 miles to the east.
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