Attractions in Isle of Skye & Kyle of Lochalsh
One of Skye’s most spectacular sites, with ammonites, bivalves (Gryphaea - ‘devil’s toenails’) and much more.
The most westerly mainland Munro it is usually climbed from Arnisdale and has fine corries on its northern side.
Aptly named the ‘The peak of the young men’ in Gaelic’, it is one of the most famous of the Cuillin peaks. There is an...
The shore here, on the east coast of Raasay, is a good place to find ammonites, belemnites, large bi-valves and brachiopods.
|1||Sgurr an Lochain 1004m (3294ft)||Scotland, UK|
|2||MV Stardust||Portree, IV51 9DY|
|3||Sgurr a'Ghreadaidh 973m (3192ft)||Scotland, UK|
|4||Ardnish Point, Skye – fossils||Scotland, UK|
|5||Lealt Falls, Skye||Scotland, UK|
|6||Aonach Shasuinn 888m (2913ft)||Scotland, UK|
|7||Am Bathach 798m (2618ft)||Scotland, UK|
|8||Sgurr Gaorsaic 839m (2753ft)||Scotland, UK|
|9||Ben Sgritheall 974m (3196ft)||Scotland, UK|
|10||Sgurr nan Gillean 964m (3163ft)||Scotland, UK|
|11||Sgurr na Ciste Duibhe 1027m (3369ft)||Scotland, UK|
|12||Hallaig, Raasay – fossils||Scotland, UK|
|13||Sgurr Fhuaran 1067m (3501ft)||Scotland, UK|
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