Rubh' a' Bhacain - Point of the hill with hollows or pits. MacLeod translates as the “point of the stake”. 7030 9620
Rubh a’ Bhacain seascape No. 2 – The slope of the rubha covered by not only bracken, but also trees. These trees, which are seen here from the northeast, mark the beginning of an intermittent Atlantic maritime forest that stretches for some 5 kilometres along Jura’s northeast coastline. This area is probably the last landscape on the island that would have been familiar to a Highlander from 1000 AD to 1500 AD.