MacLeod's Tables

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When the mountains of Skye are mentioned, most people tend to think of the Cuillin. Dramatic though they are, they are by no means the only worthwhile mountains on the island. MacLeod's Tables may be smaller but their isolated location in the north-west of Skye means they have excellent views over the rest of the island and to the Outer Hebrides. The walking is fairly straightforward but a day taking in both tops still involves over 700m of climbing - more than that involved in climbing many larger hills.

Scotland - Highlands and Islands - Highland - Skye

Features

Great Views, Hills or Fells, Moor, Mountains, Sea
04/03/2002 - Martin Butters

We climbed Healabal Mhor a few years ago and found the views wonderful. Dunorin House Hotel is by far the best place to stay.