A record of our ancient Brochs, Hill-forts and Sculptured Stones of Scotland
Brochs, Forts and Stones studies: Sutherland Strath Naver
A poorly surviving site, often covered in bracken but handy for the roadside car park.
Allt an Duin Broch
The remains of a tower perched high above the floodplain of the River Naver with magnificent views westwards.
Coill' Ach A' Chuill
A severely robbed out site sitting in a spectacular setting with a nearby crannog.
Dun Carnachadh Broch
This is another well-plundered site with some of the wall courses still visible.
Dun Chealamy Broch
This broch has been severely robbed of material. Its site gives excellent views of central Strath Naver.
A monumental pile of stones above a cleared village next to a burial cairn.
The broch is a stone pile standing on the shore of Loch Naver looking towards Ben Klibreck.
A large mound of stones at the end of a 3Km walk but with an interesting neighbourhood.
The broch sits perched high above the gulley of the Langdale burn, overlooking central Strath Naver.
The Sandy Dun
A site perched high above the Invernaver Reserve.