Bone Caves (Assynt) Reviews
Description:The Bone caves are located above Allt Nan Uamh. Excavations here have revealed bones of the animals from the last ice ... more
Newest Review: ... quite early in the morning and I didn't see anyone else on my walk there but on my back I passed quite a few people including some families with quite young children. I've no idea if these people made it right to the caves or not. At the car park there are information boards telling the visitor about this attraction and my guess is that a lot of people set off with good intentions but don't ... more
Customer Bone Caves (Assynt) Reviews (1)
by - written on 28/12/10 (Very useful, 69 readings)
If you take the A837, which is the main road north from Ullapool in the Scottish Highlands, then you might spot the sign to the Bone Caves. There is a small wooden signpost that points into a parking area but it is quite easy to miss. I have driven along this road many times and I have often seen this sign but it was only recently that I stopped off to investigate. The car park is located close to the village of Inchnadamph in Assynt. The first thing that you need to be aware of is that it is 3 kilometre walk from the car park to reach the caves and the path that leads there will take you up through the Uamh Valley and high into the mountains. It is not a ... Read the complete review
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