Cairn na Burgh More (Mr) & Beg (Beag) :: Shared Description

The two Cairn na Burgh islands along with their associated rocks and skerries are the northeasternmost islands of the Treshnish archipelago which guard the entrance to Loch Tuath on the western side of the Isle of Mull.
Cairn na Burgh More (Mòr) has an area of c.3⅓ acres (1.36ha) with a highest elevation of 35m.
Cairn na Burgh Beg (Beag) has an area of c.3 acres (1.2 ha) with a high point of 22m
Neither island is populated these days.
Links (Canmore):
Castle (Mòr) LinkExternal link
Castle (Beag) LinkExternal link
Treshmish Islands LinkExternal link
by Rob Farrow

5 images use this description:

NM3044 : Cairnburgh Castle by Rob Farrow
NM3044 : Cairn na Burgh More (Mòr) by Rob Farrow
NM3144 : Cairn na Burgh Beg (Beag) - Eastern tip by Rob Farrow
NM3045 : Cairn na Burgh Beg - Birds taking flight by Rob Farrow
NM3044 : Cairn na Burgh More & Cairn na Burgh Beg by Rob Farrow

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Created: Fri, 13 Jul 2018, Updated: Fri, 13 Jul 2018

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