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Cave of Gold
Cave of Gold

Cave of Gold

The Uamh Oir or Cave of Gold is Skye's answer to Fingal's cave on Staffa. It gives a delightful short walk and is a great place for a picnic; however the final the pathless coastal slope down to it is very steep and dangerous, requiring great care.

The Uamh Oir or Cave of Gold is Skye's answer to Fingal's cave on Staffa. It gives a delightful short walk and is a great place for a picnic; however the final the pathless coastal slope down to it is very steep and dangerous, requiring great care.Terrain - The walk crosses rough croft pasture land; if you really must take a dog it should be kept on a short lead. The descent to see the cave is down an extremely steep grass slope which could be dangerous in the wet.Grade 2Distance 2.25km (1.4 miles)Ascent 68m (223ft)

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