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Dun na h'Airde

Stone Fort / Dun


Visited: May 23, 2016

As you walk towards Greshornish Point following the eastern shore of Loch Greshornish, you encounter, after approximately two kilometres, a steep rocky eminence, almost cut off by the sea. Oval in shape and girdled by steep cliffs, particularly on the north and east, its summit slopes significantly from north to south. A tumble of fallen masonry marks the western rim of the summit, although several sections of original walling, several courses deep and up to a metre in height can be identified, as can the entranceway.

You can read much more about Dun na h-Airde on Carnmore.
LesHamilton Posted by LesHamilton
29th May 2016ce
Edited 29th May 2016ce

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