St Kilda Viewpoint

Outer Hebrides

From the westernmost point of the road that runs around North Uist, a minor, drivable track leads for 1.5 miles to the summit of Clettraval hill where a lookout point with telescope affords superb views west to the distant peaks of St Kilda and the Monach Isles.

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