A land created from fire and ice, Skye is the largest of the inner Hebridean Islands and an incredible sight. From the fascinating lava flow rock formations created from fissures in the earth's crust, during the creation of the Atlantic, to the imposing black gabbro rock of the Black Cuillin ridge; the remnants of the magma chamber of a massive volcano; this, together with the granite of the Red Cuillin create some of the most dramatic landscapes in Britain.
Following massive post-glacial landslides, the Quiraing and Old Man of Storr were created. These are fascinating walks in a magical landscape and not to be missed. Nor is the jurassic coast where dinosaur footprints have been found at An Corrin, Staffin Bay.