These three impressive sea stacks close to Idrigill Point are the focal point of one Skye’s classic walks.
The best-known of Scotland’s sea-stacks it got its name when it was an arch with two legs.
The shore here is a good spot to find the roots of the Lepidodenron tree.
This is the narrowest point of a dramatic gorge where River Garry flows through the Pass of Killiekrankie.
One of the highest waterfalls in Scotland, it cascades well over 100 metres (328ft) down a rockface.
This site has been used as a dumping ground for spoil from several open-cast mines.
A location in the film Rob Roy, this double fall, with others further upstream, is easily viewed from the main road on the...
Dinosaur footprints were first discovered on the shore here in 2002 onwards.
Not especially scenic but the foreshore is a good place to see impressions of Lepidendron bark and roots with their...
Close to the road, the falls here in their narrow gorge have a viewing platform and may be familiar – they were used as...
This dramatic sandstone stack 65m (215ft) high was first climbed in 1968.
Dropping from the ‘hanging valley’ of Loch Arklet and into the main glaciated trench which holds Loch Lomond.
The highest mainland cliffs in the UK at 281m(920ft)with a huge seabird colony they are usually visited via passenger ferry.
|1||Macleod’s Maidens sea stacks, Skye||Scotland, UK|
|2||Old Man of Hoy, Orkney||Scotland, UK|
|3||Kingsbarns – fossils||Scotland, UK|
|4||Soldier’s Leap, Killiecrankie||Scotland, UK|
|5||Steall Falls||Scotland, UK|
|6||Dalmellington Tip – fossils||Scotland, UK|
|7||Eas Chia-aig Falls||Scotland, UK|
|8||An Corran, Staffin – fossils||Scotland, UK|
|9||East Wemyss – fossils||Scotland, UK|
|10||Pattack Falls||Scotland, UK|
|11||Am Buachaille Sea-Stack, Sandwood Bay||Scotland, UK|
|12||St Monans Beach – fossils||Scotland, UK|
|13||Inversnaid Falls||Scotland, UK|
|14||Clo Mor cliffs, Sutherland||Scotland, UK|
|15||River Brora fossil site||Scotland, UK|
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