Staneydale Temple

This short walk visits one of Shetland's most ancient archaelogical sites. The Staneydale Temple's real purpose isn't known - it may have been used for religious ceremonies but could also have been the house of a chieftain or a village hall.


Short and marked route over grassland but very boggy in places.

Public Transport

None to start.


Park near signpost at start of walk - please park considerately as this is also a passing place. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

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