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The walk was at times quite difficult although not too ong. The information boards on route to the top were absolutely fascinating as I had not realised the importance of this site. Once you reach the top the views are superb.
This Iron Age fort is thought to have been the headquarters of the kings of the ancient kingdom of Dal Riada who were crowned here. The place has great historical significance even if very limited archaeology. The climb to the top is for the active...More
Dunadd is the crucible of Dalriada, which consisted of Argyll, down the west and included parts of Ireland around the 6th century. There's a mystic quality to the place, much like the stone circles and artefacts that have been found in the area from the...More
There is nothing really to see of the fort that used to be on the hill in ye olde days, but that doesn't matter. It is a fairly steep, but not overlong climb to the top and - on a good day - you are...More
The climb to the top is difficult but definitely worth it. The views are beautiful and it's interesting to see the historical place where kings were crowned. I would highly recommend unless you're unable to make the climb. I would not recommend it for children.
This ancient fort is where kings of Scotland where crowned, and there is a shoe print in the sandstone to see if you qualify. The views from the top are tremendous, which with the display boards make for a very enjoyable adventure
Dunadd is one of the (many!) ancient capitals of Scotland, standing high on a hill overlooking the River Ad, and guarding the fertile farmland between there and Crinan.
It's well signposted, and you can feel the history as you walk uphill, through a slightly scary...More
This was my first time going up dunnad fort and we picked a sunny clear day for it . There is plenty of history about this fort and my god what beautiful views up the top i wont spoil it by telling you what you...More
Sitting between Crinan and Kilmartin lies Dunadd Fort. It dominates the landscape here and a steady climb to the top rewards with views and excellent interpretive information boards explaining the site and its significance. A wonderful place to understand the archaeological significance of the surrounding...More