Northwest Caithness is home to over 500 ancient monuments: standing stones, burial tombs, forts, brochs, hut circles, carved stones and farmsteads. These are the last traces of the farmers, warriors, priests and kings who lived in this area over the last 5000 years.
Choose a tour. Fly through different landscapes. Travel through time.
The area holds many secrets and on your journey you will have many questions. What do the ancient remains mean? Who were the early people who built these monuments? Why does this area have such rich remains?
Browse through some of the images from the LiDAR survey by clicking on the thumbnails below.