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- Inverhope -

Painting No. 85

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Descriptive Text and

Location Map of Painting

This picture is also available as Bookmark No. P85

Moine location


This is the view northwards from the mouth of the River Hope along the coast towards Whiten Head.  The shepherd’s cottage at Inverhope marks the end of the track, but another rough 4 miles or so of adventurous tramping along steep hillsides and across turbulent streams brings you to the remote bothy of Freisgill, where a shepherd and his family used to stay for several weeks of the year.  Beyond Freisgill, the cliffs towards Whiten Head become ever more dramatic, the complex geology producing folded strata, sea stacks, caves, and natural arches which echo to the moan and sigh of a thousand seals.  The postman used to walk this route twice a week to deliver mail to Freisgill when the shepherd was in residence.  He would certainly have been rewarded for literally going the extra mile with refreshment at Freisgill, and hopefully the beauty of the landscape would also help compensate for his aching feet.