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As ruins go, and there's not much left, it's impressive that a structure of over 1900 years is still there... somehow...
Nice view, and with some imagination you visualise how it must have been.
Not to far from the main road and its an easy...More
Small car park on opposite side of the road. Take track up the hill (easiest route goes around to the left and up to the back of the broch). Extremely well kept, excellent information boards and brilliant view! If you're lucky you might just see...More
We too walked to the top of the ruins and had great views of the area! So peaceful and it just renewed your spirit! Of course there were sheep everywhere...I just loved it.
Very very nice, worth the while!
This broch is well worth a visit. Climb to the top and check out the amazing construction of the broch with it's double walls that housed a staircase inside. We met a ewe with her lamb inside the broch. Lovely. They inspected us while we...More
If you are looking for a less touristy experience with some of the best scenery in Skye, this is a "must do". It is an ancient broch on a small hill, about a 5 minute walk from the road/car park. The site signage is good,...More
The dun is an easy walk from the car park. I love visiting old hill forts and other ancient sites. There are some informative plaques that explain how it was built and how the folks lived there. You are able to walk some of the...More
This was an amazing stop, and a highlight of my time on Skye. A little climb up from the side of the road and it's like you're stepping back in time. The views are amazing from the top, and seeing the remaining stone structure was...More