‪Dun Dornaigil Broch‬

تعليقات حول - ‪Dun Dornaigil Broch‬, ‪Altnaharra‬

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Lorraine McAndrew
إدنبرة, UK24 مساهمة
‪Dun Dornaigail Broch‬
سبتمبر 2019
‪But of a long slow drive to get there but it’s worth the effort. Wish there had been more historical detail available to read at the site. ‬
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AlexAW2011
لندن, UK206 مساهمات
‪Astonishing!‬
زوجان • أغسطس 2017
‪The Broch may be 2500 years old! It stands in an imposing position above the bend of a river in a truly remote Scottish glen. It blows my mind how such a tall, solid structure could have been built in such ancient times. It's well worth visiting, though it is miles from anywhere., so make sure you've got enough petrol for your car and don't try the road in bad weather! (A nearby Bridge was swept away a few years ago and the road - a "shortcut" from the hamlet of Altnaharra to Loch Hope is still pretty tough.....)‬
كُتب بتاريخ 24 أغسطس 2017
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ADS
تشيستر, UK112 مساهمة
‪Amazing broch. Amazing road !‬
زوجان • يونيو 2017
‪This is along the road between Altnaharra and Hope.
The journey along the road in itself is amazing. Incredibly remote with beautiful views. We saw stags grazing along the way and Ben Hope is extremely imposing.
The broch is one of the tallest I have seen and it's worth stopping to read the information board and take a walk around.
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James H
فانكوفر, كندا71 مساهمة
‪Worth a detour‬
زوجان • مايو 2017
‪Partial Broch standing on the side of a river, accessible by a single track road about 10 miles south of Hope. The drive south is spectacular and passes the starting point for the walk up to the summit of Ben Hope. The Broch itself is a little disappointing as it has not been excavated at all by Historic Scotland, and the entrance is blocked up. The location is stunning and the drive is beautiful. We saw lots of deer and were awed by the looming Ben Hope. If you like History, are interested in archaeology or simply want to get the feel for the sheer isolation of where these neolithic inhabitants eked out their existences, Dun Dornaigil Broch is a worthy diversion, but be prepared for the fact that the bare minimum has been done to make this site accessible. Irrespective, it's a beautiful spot and you're likely to have it yourselves.‬
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boree07
‪Chaponost‬, فرنسا1,100 مساهمة
‪rare- a voir absolument‬
الأصدقاء • أغسطس 2016
‪cette ruine vieille de presque 2500 ans doit être vue, très méconnue, la route qui y mène est aussi très peu empruntée. je suis fasciné !‬
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Alan Berwick
‪Altnaharra‬, UK3 مساهمات
‪Stunning Spot‬
الأصدقاء • يونيو 2016
‪This broch is literally as old as the pyramids of Egypt and almost completely unknown. Aside from the single track road I can't imagine the location has changed much in 2000 years and I can see why the ancient residents built their home there. Beautiful.‬
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Cameron S
‪Canberra‬, أستراليا106 مساهمات
‪Stunning landscape, atmospheric broch‬
العائلة • يوليو 2014
‪If you happen to be travelling to or from Durness (and are therefore already mentally unbalanced from single lane highland roads), take the road less travelled. Turn south at Hope and take the single (and I mean single - there is grass growing through the bitumen in a few places) lane road south, past Ben Hope to Altnaharra. Other than terror at the possibility of having to find a layby, it will take you though some beautiful country, down the length of Loch Hope and below the crag of Ben Hope, then along the Strathmore River and down Meadle Burn to Altnaharra. In the middle of this, conveniently right beside the road and just above Strathmore River lies Dun Dornaigil Broch. You can't get in it, and the midges were clearly excited at the prospect of antipodean blood, but what a vista! We wandered around for half an hour, took way too many photos and kept going, enriched by a great spot. There are no facilities except the road, but what a beautiful spot. And not greatly longer than by taking the A836.‬
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