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This the stone ruin you can see on top of the nearest hill. It represents the gates of Negapatam in India and was built in 1782 by General Sir Hector Munro, a local landowner, in order to provide employment for local people. There is a path up to the monument on the other side of the hill.
A short steep walk for stunning views. Try the nearby Storehouse restaurant for post hike cake & coffee
About 40 minutes drive north from Inverness. Uphill walk to the monument where you're then rewarded with great views over the Cromarty Firth.
Beautiful views and a well signposted walking route with parking. A 3km round trip, this walk is steep on the way up but well worth every step. Beautiful views and fascinating history. It’s especially worth going early to watch the sunrise. Recover with a delicious lunch or coffee at The StoreHouse…
Just half an hours drive away, the monument is around 40-60 minutes walk from the car park. It's a pretty steep walk but once you're up there the views are truly spectacular!
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