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An Iron Age hill fort built over 2000 years ago and headquarters of a powerful Pictish king. However, nothing can be seen of it or its ruins or even footings anymore. There are some informational boards dotted around the area that are good to read...More
Not the longest walk but the views from the top of the fort are stunning. The car park is free and easily accessed. When we visited parts of the walk were icy where the sun has reached them but otherwise an easy walk
Small but beautiful forested area. What I presume was the site of the fort is up a little hill, which gives a good view out onto the Beauly Firth. Seems like a spot where locals exercise or walk their dogs. You'll get a quick taste...More