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Reviewed 6 April 2018 via mobile

The landscape of the fairy glen is unusual and gives you the feeling that fairy tales might just come to life. We visited as a family with a 5 and nearly 3 year old. They managed the walking quite well although we kept our youngest back from climbing Castle McEwen. There are a number of drops so young kids need to be well supervised. Proper outdoor shoes are also a must for scrambling around the hills. It was easy to find but parking is sparse and wouldn't be well suited to larger vehicles i.e. coaches etc.

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Reviewed 4 April 2018 via mobile

I found the area really interesting, you can see how the belief in fairies was founded when visiting places like this.

Thank Manas H
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Reviewed 2 April 2018

Very busy on Easter Day, Fairy Glen had an unusual appearance. Well worth a visit. Might be a good setting for a play about witches, rather than fairies. Strange looking hills and gnarled trees.

Thank Morag S
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Reviewed 2 April 2018 via mobile

We loved this stop in our drive around Skye. Park anywhere along the road you can find and hike up the rugged Glen to get a full view of the area. Beautiful bright pink trees this time of year and glimpses of farm in the distance and remnants of stone shelters from distant past. Magical scenery. Loved it.

Thank Nicole M
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Reviewed 30 March 2018

We came here in the afternoon as we were traveling around the peninsula . Having already hike the Old Man if Storr, we were not up for another big hike. Well we were in luck. This is a very quick and easy hike and it is a cool spot . We had some trouble finding it because there were no signs for it and the gps in our car did not have a clue.
To get there, take your first left past Uig hotel and go 2 miles. You will see other cars. Park and follow e crowds.

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