Dun nan Gall
This dun lies about 800 m south of Croig Farmhouse and occupies the summit of a rocky knoll . It is protected to the north east by a 9.0 m high, shear rock face, but is accessible from the south west where the cliffs diminish in height and grassy slopes offer a comparatively easy approach. The internal enclosure measures 26 m by 13.5 m and was defended on all but the north-east side by a dry-stone wall. No artificial defence was necessary to the north east where the shear cliff offered natural protection. The dry-stone wall remains as a low, grass-covered band of core material about 3.0 m in width.
The entrance is on the north-west side and its shape reflects that of the summit, which is indented here. The wall terminals are staggered.. A modern dry-stone wall has been built across its mouth.
Grid Reference NM 400531