Brochs Library - Maps and Access

Abhain Bhaile Mheadhonaich - Skye Achaneas
Ach An Fhionnfhuraidh Achavar
Achcoillenaborgie Achnagoul
Achness Achorn
Allt An Duin Skelpick Allt Na Meirle
Alltbreac An Dun, Berriedale
An Dun, Dounie Appnag Tulloch
Backies Bail A'Chairn
  Baile Mhargaite
Balantrath Ballachly
Balvalaich Bardintulloch
Borgue Langwell Bridge of Dunn
Bridge of Rhemullen Bruan
Burg Ruadh Cairn of Dunn
Cairn of Elsay  
Cairn of Humster Cairnquoy
Caistel na Coille Camster
Carn A Chlada  
Carn Bran Carn Liath, Brora
Carn Mor Carn Mor, Birchfield
Carn na Mairg Carn Nam Buth
Carrol Castle Spynie
Clachtoll Coich Burn
Croick Dail Langwell
Dalchork Dun Alascaig
Dun Ard An T-Sabhail - Skye Dun Ardtrek - Skye
Dun Beag - Skye Dunbeath
Dun Borrafiach - Skye Dunbrae
Dun Carnachaidh Dun Chealamy
Dun Coille Struy Dun Cor, Durcha
Dun Creagach Dun Diarmaid - Skye
Dun Dornaigil Dun Feorlig - Skye
Dun Garsin - Skye Dun Gearymore - Skye
Dun Grianan - Skye Dun Hallin - Skye
Dun Mhaigh Dun Robin
Dun Sleadale - Skye Dun Telve
Dun Troddan Dun Viden
East Clyth East Kinnauld
Eldrable Feranach
Ferry Wood Gailiable
Golsary Greenhill, Mid Clyth
Greenhill, Roster Greystell Castle
Grummore Hempriggs
Inshlampie Keiss
Kilbraur Kilearnan
Kilearnan Hill Kilphedir
Kintradwell Kirk Tofts
Knockinnon Langdale
Langwell Tulloch Latheronwheel Bridge
Latheronwheel Mains Leachonich
Leadoch Learable
Loch Brora Loch Naver
Loth Lower Camster
Minera Mybster
Newlands of Clyth Nybster
Occumster Ousdale Burn
Portgower Rhianrivach
Rinsary Rumster
Sallachy Shinness
Skail (Eilean Garbh) Skelbo Wood
Smerral Smerral Wood
Spittal Farm Strath Carnaig
Suisgill The Borg
The Pap Thing's Va
Thrumpster Mains  
Thrumpster Little Tiantulloch
Tota An Dranndain Tulach An Fhuarain
Tulach Bad a' Choilich Tulach Beag
Tulach Buaile a Chroic Tulach Lochain Bhraseil
Tulach Mor Tulloch of Achavarn
Tulloch Turnal Upper Borgue
Upper Latheron Warehouse Hill
Watenan North Watenan South
West Strathan Whitegate
Yarrows  

Disclaimer: Some brochs were built with military defensive purpose, and as such can be situated in extremely dangerous areas, such as on the edge of cliffs and ravines. Additionally, these are Iron Age structures, most of them in ruins, and they are extremely hazardous, with crumbling stone walls and hidden chambers. Existing walls, lintels, and passages could collapse at any time. The information here is provided free but it is your responsibility to ensure its accuracy, ensure your own safety, and acquire permissions for access where necessary. Accessing brochs is done entirely at your own risk.