Inchnadamph Caves

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Address: Inchnadamph Caves
2 miles south of
Inchnadamph
Highlands
Postcode: IV27 4LU
Kids Activity: Outdoors
Telephone: 01854 613418
Website: Click Here

These four north facing Bone Caves of Inchnadamph look out from the base of the limestone Creag nan Uamh over the Allt nan Uamh glen. At the head of the glen, the ancient calving grounds of the reindeer are seen on the slopes of Breabag.

Reindeer Cave and Bone Cave are connected by a narrow passage which children can crawl through.

The caves give us a unique glimpse back in time revealing what animals lived here during the last 45,000 years. From arctic polar bears and northern lynx, to the hyenas and hippos of warmer climes, many different animals have left their mark on the Bone Caves of Creag nan Uamh. Join us on a journey to explore their fascinating history.