The distance to Scourie was 43 miles with no other campsites on the way except for one just outside Ullapool. The scenery by this campsite was exceptional. However, I was alarmed that I in the first three hours of cycling I could only make 15 miles progress.
I stopped for lunch at a cafe in Inchnadamph. There is a monument here to the Geologists Ben Peach and John Horns who were part of a team back in the 30's exploring and discovering the geological history of the area. The scenery is excellent, and is now the second day of such views.
I stop at Arovreck Castle on Loch Assynt, and take a few photographs including this one of a boy fishing.
There were good views of the Quinag as I eventually get to Scourie. The campsite here is clean, attractive and well kept. The ground is tiered and the views good. The charge was £4 for the night.
In the evening I went to the local pub where I met Vanessa and Stefan from Germany who were camping at the campsite. We enjoyed a few beers and some games of pool.
The distance travelled today was 43 miles.