Bearreraig Bay

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Bearreraig Bay is a beautiful stony bay famous for its fossils - a short walk with a very steep path. This is a quiet and secluded place when the nearby Old Man of Storr is packed with visitors.


A very steep descent to the bay on a path with steps. Can be slippery in the wet. Stream at bottom occasionally inpassable if water not being diverted by power station.

Public Transport

Bus number 57 from Portree - 4 times a day. Get off at end of Storr hydro road at bus shelter. Walk down this road 0.5km to walk start.


Parking area just before the dam part way along the Scottish Hydro Road from the Storr Lochs. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

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