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Via via XIII: From our latest holidays in the UK:

Underway to the Quiraing on the Trotternish peninsular, via road A 855, we had a stop at Loch Leathan, to have a good view on the "Old Man of Storr".

VisitScotland says:
The Storr is a distinctive part of the Trotternish landslip, see The Quiraing, where the breaking away of the edge of an ancient cliff has created pinnacles and highly unusual landforms. The Old Man of Storr is the largest of these pinnacles, and is especially conspicuous from the main road north of Portree.

* Do you want to know where the Old Man of Storr and Loch Leathan are located? Click then on the button "map:view" here on the right under the photo.

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