Trotternish PeninsulaApprox. Time: 4 hours
Activity Level: Moderate

The Trotternish Peninsula is an area of land some 20 miles long and 8 miles wide, which is famous for its spectacular geological features. The Trotternish Ridge is a 20-mile-long inland cliff winding down the center of the peninsula. Its whole length is studded with fascinating rock formations, pinnacles and pillars, the most famous of which are the Quiraing complex, which starts just five miles from Uig, and the Old Man of Storr, which is nearer the southern end.

Courtesy of the British Tourist Authority