A geological formation of rocky crags and stacks, the spectacular Quiraing dominates the horizon about 5 miles beyond Kilt Rock. For a closer view of this area's strange pinnacles, make a left onto a small road at Brogaig by Staffin Bay. There's a parking lot near the point where this road breaches the ever-present cliff line. The road is very narrow and rough, so drive cautiously. The rambler's trail is on uneven, stony ground, and it's a steep scramble up to the rock formations. In ages past, stolen cattle were hidden deep within the Quiraing's rocky jaws.
- Location: Trotternish Peninsula
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