Activities & Attractions on Scalpay and Skye
Climbing and Walking on the Isle of Scalpay in Scotland
Exploring the island is the best part, but some beauty spots not to be missed are: a trip up to the Lochs, especially on a clear day as the views over to Raasay, Rona and the Outer Hebrides are spectacular.
Climbing and Walking on Skye in Scotland
For those wanting to stretch their legs further a visit to the waterfall beyond the largest loch, Loch an Leoid is well worth a visit.
"Every day has been an adventure, walking for miles and going to bed tired. We both leave a bit browner and more relaxed. The weather was fantastic as was the wildlife, Seals, Birds, Toads, Dragonflies, a Sea Eagle, Rosie the Lamb and 2 Otters! Veronica, Mike and Nick have all been extremely kind and made us feel at home. The Garden Cottage was lovely lots of logs, fresh flowers and a nice nibbly treat when we arrived. The Island is truly beautiful A Real Holiday!"
A very romantic and scenic walk is a stroll along the cliff path with views over the neighbouring islands of Longay and the Crowlin Islands, also good for those hoping to spot and otter or two.
For history enthusiasts there is an old Viking Settlement right on the opposite side of the island.
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- Scalpay House, Broadford,
- Isle of Skye, IV49 9BS
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"Every day has been an adventure, walking for miles and going to bet tired. We both leave a bit browner and more relaxed." Guest Comment from the Garden Holiday Cottage in 2008