Bone Caves at Inchnadamph

These caves have been found to hold ancient bones of polar bears, lynx, wolves, reindeer and humans and have clearly been used for shelter for many hundreds of years.The walk from the car park on the A837 takes you past waterfalls, streams and beautiful mountain scenery. Its a pleasant 2 hour walk and suitable for families although the last section up to the caves is fairly steep. Geologists will be interested in how they were created long before the ice age by water dissolving the limestone. Cavers will be keen to know that there are 13 caves in the valley including Uamh an Claonaite.
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