Archaeology in Trotternish on the Isle of Skye
The Trotternish peninsula, the north east corner of Skye, is an area rich in archaeological interest. The remains of a Pictish Broch actually stand in the grounds of the hotel! There are numerous other remains of archaeological significance in the area, and a list of links is provided below. Watch this space: more information will be added when time permits.
Investigate the archaeology of Trotternish at the local Staffin Museum.
There are many ancient monuments in the Trotternish area. Here is a selection:
- Kensaleyre standing stones
- Menhir standing stone near Uig
- Kilvaxter Souterrain
- Carn Liath Chambered Cairn near Uig
- Carn Ban Stone near Staffin
- Dun Grianan Broch near Kilmuir
- Raisaburgh Cairn near Staffin
- Borve Stone Row
- Tote / Clach Ard Snizort Class I Pictish Symbol