Whether you’re a seasoned sea swimmer or a delightful dipper who loves a beautiful waterfall, our 15 favourite wild swimming spots of 2021 will have something for you!
Skye is famous for its breath-taking scenery, green tinged pools and spectacular mountain range. Every year thousands of tourists flock to marvel in its magic and beauty. However, there is a darker side to Skye that many remain unaware of. A bloodthirsty history that once turned the rivers and land blood red. The Cauldron ofContinue reading “The Darker Side of the Isle of Skye”
The Skye Trail is an unofficial 80 mile walking route covering almost the full length of Skye. The trail is known for its breath-taking coastal paths, its dramatic ridge traverses, and its unparalleled feeling of isolation in one of the worlds most beautiful landscapes. The Skye Trail is a challenging route so experience of walkingContinue reading “Surviving The Skye Trail”
Skye is one of the most beautiful locations in the UK to visit. It is world renowned for scenery and landscapes that will take your breath away. At 50 miles long it is the largest of the Inner Hebrides. Each of the 50 miles is packed with history, beauty and magic. Is there anything betterContinue reading “Must see Destinations on your Skye Road Trip (2022)”
Looking for a quieter alternative to the Fairy Pools in Skye? These waterfalls and pools are every bit as magical as their more famous neighbours, and their lack of notability makes them a more peaceful location. Due to their relative obscurity we were able to spend the full day here without being disturbed. The nearbyContinue reading “Allt Daraich Hidden Waterfall and Pool (Skye)”
If you like a true adventure, then the 80-metre-deep, spectacular Spar Cave is for you! The cave can only be accessed at low tide so it’s essential to properly plan your visit. Spar Cave doesn’t have information boards, signs, rails or steps like most of the other tourist attractions on Skye. This makes it allContinue reading “Spar Cave – A hidden gem on the Isle of Skye”