Dunvegan and Kilmuir

22 August ctd: an afternoon walk at Dunvegan – it’s described as the “two churches” walk, from the old ruin on the hill, across the moor and back through the forest to the new(er) church opposite the shore. A short detour takes in the Millennium Monument, a standing stone erected by human effort. Afterward, we drove down the shore beyond the castle, where seals bask on the many islands in Loch Dunvegan.

The light in the evening was too good to ignore – just right for a walk along the road through Kilmuir.

Dunvegan Two Churches Walk – we did it anticlockwise, starting from the lay-by near the old church

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