Rubh’ a' Chumhainn Bhig - (The) rock of (the) beloved little person. MacLeod translates as “the rock of the little narrows”. 5720 8235
Rubh’ a’ Chumhainn Bhig landscape No. 1 – Complimentary to the image Rubh’ Allt a’ Chromain, this image is taken from the southeast within confines of the chumhainn, the rubh’ is prominent on the right centre of this scene as it guards the entrance to Cumhann Beag, or “The Narrows”. Partially submerged at high tide, these rocks are hazards to boats attempting to navigate into the easternmost portion of Loch Tarbert.