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Bernisdale

Bernisdale is a small township, near the head of Loch Snizort Beag, Isle of Skye in the Highlands and Islands and is in the Scottish council area of Highland.Famously known for the birth of former 6th member of the spice girls, former Jamaican bo ...

Big Sand

Big Sand is a small remote crofting village in Highland, Scotland. It is situated on the shores of the Gair Loch and is 3.5 miles from Gairloch village. As the name suggests it is situated beside a large, unspoiled beach. Longa Island H a small u ...

Binnein Shuas

Binnein Shuas is a mountain in the Grampian Mountains of Scotland. It lies between Loch Laggan and Lochan na h-Earba in Inverness-shire. The steep slope of some character, it is a popular place for climbers and walkers of the hill, its rocks, inc ...

Bishop Kinkell

Bishop Kinkell is a small scattered crofting hamlet 1.5 miles south of Conon Bridge in Inverness-shire, Scottish Highlands and is in the Scottish council area of Highland.

Blaich

Blaich is a small community, on the south shore of Loch Eil on the A861 road, near Fort William, in the Ardgour area, Highlands of Scotland.

Blairmore, Sutherland

Blairmore is a small remote crofting hamlet, on the north west coast of Lairg in Sutherland, Scottish Highlands and is in the Scottish council area of Highland. The hamlets of Balchrick, Droman, Oldshore beg and Oldshoremore are all located withi ...

Blarnalearoch

Blarnalearoch is a remote crofting township situated on the west shore of Loch Broom in Garve, Ross-shire, Scottish Highlands and is in the Scottish council area of Highland. Farm Rhiroy and Loggie lie directly to the South-East along the coast road.

Bogroy

Bogroy is a small crofting village, located 0.5 miles northwest of Carrbridge, in Strathspey, in the county of Inverness-shire, Scottish Highlands and is in the Scottish council area of Highland. It lies off the A9 road on the A938 road, west of ...

Bohuntine

Bohuntine is a settlement located close to Roybridge, in Lochaber, within the Scottish Highlands, and is in the Highland Council area.

Borgie

Borgie is a hamlet in Highland, Scotland. The village is the area known as Borgie wood or forest, formulated in the Millennium Declaration. The forest area was established under the Millennium forest for Scotland project, the development of natur ...

Borgue, Highland

Borgue is a village in the historical county of Caithness, 3 miles south of Dunbeath in the local authority are of Highland, Scotland. Reverend Samuel Smith 1798-1868 was Minister of Borgue from 1834 to 1861, the transition to the free Church of ...

Bornesketaig

A broch once stood nearby, but little remains as the stones have been robbed for other uses. There are a number of caves in the cliffs around Bornesketaig.

Borreraig

Borreraig is a crofting settlement in Duirinish, north-west of Dunvegan on the Isle of Skye. The ancient and famous MacCrimmon Piping Heritage Centre is based in the village, where the chiefs of the Highlands sent their young pipers for training.

Borrodale

Borrodale is small hamlet on the Isle of Skye, in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland. Borrodale is part of Glendale and the Glendale estate, in the parish of duirinish tickets. Borrodale, where a local primary school for Glendale is, until it closed ...

Borve, Skye

Dun Borve is an ancient fort, that was considered a fairy dwelling. When local villagers shouted, The fairies fort is on fire!, the fairies all fled. The fairies left for good when they found out that they had been tricked.

Bottacks

Bottacks is a small scattered township, located 1 miles of Strathpeffer, in Ross-shire, Scottish Highlands and is in the Scottish council area of Highland. The village of Fodderty lies 1 mile to the East.

Brabsterdorran

Brabsterdorran is an area of the civil parish of Bower in Highland, Scotland. Buildings include Bower Community Hall and the Old Free Church Manse, previously derelict, but now restored and lived in by the Irwin family. The manse was featured on ...

Bracadale

Bracadale is a settlement and parish on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. It lies on the west coast of the island, west-south-west of Portree, on Loch Beag, an inlet off Loch Harport. Nearby settlements include Struan to the west and Coillore on the ...

Loch Bracadale

Loch Bracadale is a sea loch on the west coast of Skye in Scotland. Loch Bracadale and the associated inland lakes - Harport, Vatten, Caroy, Bharcasaig on Faolinn and Loch Beag is one of the largest areas of semi-enclosed coastal waters around th ...

Bracorina

Bracorina is a settlement in Lochaber, in the Highland council area of Scotland. It is located on the northern side of Loch Morar, 5 km east of the village of Morar, at the end of a minor road. A footpath continues alongside the loch, to the remo ...

Brae of Achnahaird

Brae of Achnahaird is a small settlement at the head of Achnahaird Bay in Achiltibuie, Ullapool in Ross-shire, Scottish Highlands and is in the Scottish council area of Highland. The headland of Rubha Coigeach lies approximately 4 miles to the no ...

Braetongue

Braetongue is an area in northern Sutherland just north of the town of Tongue. Runrig mentions the "hills about Brae Tongue" in the song The Summer Walkers.

Brogaig

Brogaig, Norse for Burgh Bay, is a small coastal village, on the northwest coast of the Trotternish peninsula, close to Staffin and Stenscholl, in the Isle of Skye in Scotland and is in the council area of Highland. Brogaig is well known for exce ...

Broubster

Broubster is a village in Highland, Scotland. Near Broubster, there is a bronze age megalithic arrangement. Ten stones remain of an original set of approximately 36. The arrangement is similar to a larger arrangement at Achavanich.

Brough, Caithness

Brough is a small village in Caithness in the North of Scotland. It is located on the B855 single-track road, the most northerly numbered road on the mainland of Great Britain, and is a few miles to the south east of Dunnet Head, the most norther ...

Bruan

Bruan is a small crofting hamlet on the east coast of Scotland in Lybster, Caithness, Highland and is in the Scottish council area of the Highland. Scotland. In 1845 the Minister of Bruan in the famous sermon on the unfounded highland clearances ...

Bualintur

Bualintur is a remote township, which lies at the head of Loch Brittle on the island of Skye in the Highlands of Scotland and is in the Scottish council area of Highland. Accessed only by the Glen Brittle bridge that appears in the Royal Commissi ...

Buldoo

Buldoo in the far north of Scotland, is a small hamlet 0.5 miles south of Dounreay in Thurso, Caithness, Scottish Highlands and is in the Scottish council area of Highland.

Bunarkaig

Bunarkaig is a village on the north west shore of Loch Lochy in Lochaber, Inverness-shire, Highland and is in the Scottish council area of the Highland. Scotland.

Bunchrew

Bunchrew is a small village close to the south shore of Beauly Firth in the Highland council area of Scotland. It is 5 km west of the city of Inverness, on the A862 road. Name from Bun Chraoibh, Gaelic for "tree". It was a caravan and camping hom ...

Bunloit

Bunloit is a village on the north western shore of Loch Ness in Inverness-shire, in the Scottish Highlands and is part of the Scottish council area of Highland.

Burnside, Highland

Burnside is a predominantly residential area of Thurso, Caithness, in the Highland council area of Scotland. Most of the area was built during the second half of the 20th century, and this development began in the area of the bridge that leads to ...

Calbha Beag

Calbha Beag is an uninhabited island in Eddrachillis Bay, off Sutherland, Highland, Scotland. It is immediately to the west of Calbha Mor. Estimated area of mapping suggest a figure of about 31 hectares 77 hectares, although she was listed Rick L ...

Calbha Mor

Calbha Mor lies north of the Kylesku Bridge and west of the Duartmore forest in a location that is relatively inaccessible from the A894 road. It is 70 hectares 170 acres in extent and comprises two rounded hills, the highest of which reaches 67 ...

Camas Luinie

Camas Luinie is a hamlet in Lochalsh, Scottish Highlands and is in the council area of Highland. It is the start of the walk to the impressive Falls of Glomach via Glen Elchaig.

Camasunary

Camasunary is a small bay on the Strathaird peninsula of the Isle of Skye, Scotland. Camasunary is the Scots form of the Gaelic name Camas Fhionnairigh, and means "Bay of the White Shieling". The Camasunary Fault is a geological subsurface featur ...

Camault Muir

Camault Muir is a scattered crofting community, that is part of the village of Kiltarlity, in Inverness-shire, Scottish Highlands and is in the Highland council area of Scotland. It is situated on a hilly area, about 1 km south of the main part o ...

Camore

Camore is a small hamlet, located 0.5 mile directly southeast of Evelix, and 1.5 miles west of Dornoch, in south east Sutherland, Scottish Highlands and is in the Scottish council area of Highland.

Camusnagaul

Camusnagaul is a village on the south shore of the sea loch, Little Loch Broom in Wester Ross, Scottish Highlands and is in the Scottish council area of Highland. Take a look there too Camusnagaul on the head of Loch linnhe, opposite Fort William.

Camusteel

Camusteel is an extremely remote crofting and former fishing village in the Applecross peninsula, located less than 1 mile directly south of Applecross village, on the west coast of Strathcarron, Ross-shire, Scottish Highlands and is in the Scott ...

Camusterrach

Camusterrach is a remote hamlet, situated on the west coast of Scotland, on the Applecross peninsula, in Strathcarron, west Ross-shire, Scottish Highlands and is in the Scottish council area of Highland.

Canisbay

Canisbay is a rural hamlet located about 1 mile southwest of Huna and 2.5 miles southwest of John o Groats in Caithness, Scottish Highlands, and is in the Scottish council area of Highland. It lies on the A836 coast road, which bypasses the hamle ...

Cannich

Cannich is a village at the southern end of Strathglass, in the Highlands of Scotland, about 26 miles west of the city of Inverness. It is at the furthest point of the A831 that loops around the Aird from Beauly to Drumnadrochit. It is home to St ...

Carbost, Loch Harport

Carbost is a village on the south shore of Loch Harport in the civil parish of Bracadale on the Isle of Skye in the Highlands of Scotland and is in the council area of Highland. Carbost becomes a tourist hub in summer months due to the presence o ...

Carbost, Trotternish

Carbost is a crofting settlement at the southern end of the Trotternish peninsula on the Isle of Skye in the Highlands of Scotland. It is a few miles north west of the village of Portree and is in the council area of Highland.

Càrn Dearg Mor

Carn Dearg Mor is a mountain in the Grampian Mountains of Scotland. It lies in the Badenoch and Strathspey area of Inverness-shire, east of the town of Kingussie. The peak is usually climbed from Glen Feshie to the East, and, in spite of unremark ...

Carnach

Carnach is a remote hamlet on the north west shore of Little Loch Broom in Ross-shire, Scottish Highlands and is in the Scottish council area of Highland. It is located in the historic county of Cromartyshire. Hamlets can only be reached by boat ...

Charlestown, Black Isle

Charleston is a village on the north shore of the Beauly Firth, 1 mile CONVERT? west of the Kessock Bridge, in east Ross-shire, Scottish Highlands and is in the Scottish council area of Highland. An artificial created village, it structure was la ...

Charlestown, Wester Ross

Charlestown is a small hamlet, making up one of the settlements which are collectively called Gairloch, and located directly south of the main village of Gairloch, and overlookling the harbour area, on the west of Ross-shire, Scottish Highlands a ...

Clach Glas

Clach Glas is a mountain on the Black Cuillin of the Isle of Skye, Scotland. Its elevation is 786 m and the name translates as The Grey Stone. It is often traversed as a sustained scrambling route to Blà Bheinn, mostly at a standard between Easy ...