Dùn Fiadhairt, near Dunvegan

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A short walk onto the little visited Fiadhairt peninsula, visiting the remains of an iron-age broch.


Grassy croftland and rougher moorland; paths unclear. As the route crosses working croftland with livestock - both sheep and cattle - it is best to leave your dogs at home.

Public Transport

None to start. Nearest bus Dunvegan castle - walk 2km along Claigan road to start.


Just before causeway between lochs on the Claigan minor road. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

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