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Only a walk not a climb

Great little Gem, easy access, easy short walk up the hill and then the views are fabulous. It... read more

Reviewed 15 September 2018
AcornKiddy
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London, United Kingdom
Don't drive past this!

Small car park on opposite side of the road. Take track up the hill (easiest route goes around to... read more

Reviewed 14 August 2018
daypm2016
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Alsager, United Kingdom
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All reviews iron age excellent information small hill small car park worth the trip an easy walk intact archaeology sites plaques ruins sheep climb tread history breathtaking road
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Reviewed 15 September 2018

Great little Gem, easy access, easy short walk up the hill and then the views are fabulous. It would work as an excellent filler if you have less than an hour to spare.

Thank AcornKiddy
Reviewed 14 August 2018

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

Thank daypm2016
Reviewed 14 July 2018

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!

Thank marylou72
Reviewed 10 July 2018

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

1  Thank Julie D
Reviewed 20 June 2018

It's not far from the road, and you get a stunning view that's surprisingly free from other people compared to more 'touristy' sites.

Thank Moses L
Reviewed 20 June 2018

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

Thank Erik C
Reviewed 30 October 2017

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

Thank JohnC1350
Reviewed 14 September 2017

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

Thank thewishfire
Reviewed 19 August 2017 via mobile

This beautiful little broch in a paddock surrounded by sheep on a lone hill was wonderful. You don't need a lot of time but if the weather is good, have a sit and imagine what life may have been like in the Iron Age. The...More

1  Thank Edmo1066
Reviewed 12 August 2017 via mobile

It's very easy to get lost in your imagination about how things would have been 1600-2000 years ago when Dun Beag came to be. But for a small infoboard, the area is untouched by man (excluding of course the broch itself) with stunning views over...More

Thank beech-bidois
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