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Stunning example of the unique Broch structure, with ability to climb a short section in the internal stairs. It gives a great feel of what a Broch would have originally been like - comparable to the Glen Elg Brochs for quality. Free entry, a little...More
Surprisingly well preserved Iron Age structure, dates back to the 1st century AD, studies suggest that it has been in use for about 1000 years. The fact it is still standing makes you marvel at the skill of ancient dry stone builders. You can get...More
This broch is probably amongst the best I have visited, not only for how well preserved it is, but also the view south across Lewis and towards the mountains of Harris is spectacular.
A small interpretation board by the broch speculates on the use and...More
We climbed up to the broch. It dominates the landscape. It was a gorgeous view at the top, as well as a really interesting structure. It’s evidently 1,900-2,300 years old and was probably a home, not just a defensive structure. I had a hard time...More