Rumster Broch (Forse)

A grassy mound holds the ruins of the broch, and there is nothing to see as it's all underground. Earlier field trips mentioned an exposed wall face in a couple of places, but they're overgrown now because I couldn't find them.

Take the track from the A9 at Forse. It's easy walking, but if you take in the Golsary broch at the same time, quite a lengthy one.

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