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Whilst this place has no real evidence of the fairies when you drive down to the Fairy Glen you can’t help but get caught in the magic of the place.
The cone shapes are quite something all together and even on an overcast day make...More
I found the Fairy Glen to be curious but underwhelming after the other stops we made on Skye. It's lacking the hulking jagged cliffs and impressive landscapes, but the weird, conical bumps that make up the fairy glen are certainly different. There are some interesting...More
Like many things on Skye, getting there is a challenge and parking is as well. While there were quite a few people there, it is too small for the tour buses to get there! Beautiful scenery. Great place for a picnic.
This is a beautiful part of Skye and really is something to see. You can spend as long as you want here exploring and climbing all the little hills or even having a picnic. Suitable for all ages but I would imagine a very special...More
Yes except the climb to the 'castle'. The slopes will be exciting and he/she will be able to climb to the summit of some hillocks happily.
Beware rocks, and as this is open land, there may be sheep and deer poo about ..