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Have been several times to Bearreraig Bay, which is beautiful, mysterious and interesting all at once. Quite apart from its fascinating social history and electrical engineering importance to Skye - or its only railway line on the entire island! - on a bright, windy day...More
I kind of don't want to review this place because it seems to be relatively unknown and I don't want the specialness of this place ruined by hundreds of tourists.
To get here you have to park in a small lot close to the Loch...More
Our innkeepers recommended that we drive to a road and park and walk along a path to a little park like setting up a steep hill. It had wonderful views and we sat on the bench to see the sunset but it clouded up. Fun...More
I went down to the Bay during a spell of dry weather & picked up the route from a book on walks, otherwise I don't think I would have tried it. The path is really steep & not obvious without directions. I wouldn't want to...More
Our kids are fascinated by fossils (does not have to be the dinosaur stuff) so we decided to head for one of the most famous spots for such in Scotland, the Bearreraig Bay on the Isle of Skye.
Parking however is a bit challenging as...More