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Inchnadamph Bone Caves

This walk in the North West Highlands Geopark takes you up the beautiful limestone valley of the Allt nan Uamh (Burn of the Caves) to the famous Bone Caves, where the bones of bears, reindeer and wolves that once roamed this part of the country have been discovered. 

The whole walk is about four kilometres long and is mostly on a good path. The walk is suitable for families — but not for pushchairs, take warm clothing and wear good boots, as the weather can change rapidly in the hills. Always take a good map with you when you go out in the hills. Be careful on the final climb up to the caves where the trail crosses a steep slope.


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