Author Archives: roderickdunnett

Toilets at Dunnet Head

Facilities on the North Highland Way Hello all….   The North Highland Way is to be a multi use route from John o Groats to Cape Wrath.  It will be the only multi use route in Scotland which adheres to the principles of … Continue reading

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North Highland Way

The concept of the North Highland Way was born at Dunnet Head, the most northerly point of the UK mainland.  The owners of the B&B, cafe and Trustees of the Dunnet Head Educational Trust (2003 to 2016) worked with the … Continue reading

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Walking at Dunnet Head

The previous owners of Windhaven walked most of the Head in the 15 years they were at Dunnet Head.  They uploaded them to Walking World.  Download them and enjoy walking on the Head… taking care not to get too close … Continue reading

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Caithness Birds

Caithness birds

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Brough Bay

The original Brough Archive is at the tearooms at Dunnet Head, although the Brough Bay Association claim that they have created it. Photographs, artefacts and memories from the local community, was initially collected by Danny Begg’s relative, Kathy Begg, who … Continue reading

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Archaeology

There are 34 archaeological sites on Dunnet Head listed in the Canmore database. There is very little information concerning Dunnet Head and it’s archaeology. In the past this Site of Special Scientific Interest was surveyed and the details can be … Continue reading

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Wildlife

Wildlife

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