Another of the Strath Naver brochs. There must have been quite a community of Picts settled in Strath Naver. The broch was built beside two small ravines and a steep bank overlooking the River Naver. It has been robbed to death, but you can still make out short sections of inner and outer wall faces.
There is a footbridge at Skail apparently, but I didn't take that route as I wanted to visit the Eilean Garbh broch site as well. I walked from Rhifail and followed the track marked on the map. It was a long walk and rough going in places. Whatever you do, if you come from Rhifail, don't try to follow the river, find the track and stay with it. Perhaps it would be easier to see if that footbridge over the River Naver at Skail marked on the OS Explorer map is still there.
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Inshlampie broch photographs
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