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The Applecross Estate

If Peter Jackson had seen The Applecross Estate before he decided to set "The Lord of The Rings" in New Zealand I think it would have been a very difficult choice for him indeed as to where to shoot the Movie.

The Applecross Estate, owned by The Applecross Trust, comprises some 26,000 hectares of stunningly beautiful mountains, beaches, woodlands, lochs and rivers, from Loch Torridon in the north to Loch Kishorn in the south.

To this day Applecross remains one of the remotest areas of Britain with the sense of peace and tranquillity that this brings. It has wonderful, varied scenery and an abundance of wildlife.

Scenery includes magnificent hills, wide moorland vistas, extensive woodland and miles of coastal sands, shingle and rock which provide terrific camera positions for Filming.

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Applecross Trust, Drummond Hill,
Stratherrick Road, Inverness IV2 4JZ
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