Inverpolly is the name given to a large area of western Sutherland in the Northwest Highlands of Scotland, north of Ullapool. The area contains several prominent hills, rising up from a prehistoric landscape of bogs and lochans. For many years the area was designated National Nature Reserve but since 2004, the designation has been limited to the area of Knockan Crag (which lies to the right of this photo).
Most of Inverpolly forms part of the 400 km sqr Assynt Estate. Major peaks in the area include Suilven (centre left), Stac Pollaidh and Cul Mòr (right partially out of frame). At the heart of Inverpolly lies Loch Sionascaig.