Out Skerries, Shetland's most easterly outpost, has a wealth of attractions never to be forgotten - the dramatic scenery, historical interest, outstanding wildlife and, not least, the warm welcome of the Skerries folk.
enlarge The first sight of the islands, whether by sea or air, is equally spectacular, entering the narrow harbour entrance with its imposing stacks or flying in over the scattered islands dominated by the lighthouse on Bound Skerry.
The dramatic and varied coastline provides a wealth of walking opportunities encompassing beautiful scenery with rugged cliffs, arches, blow-holes, steep geos, stacks, long voes and beaches with fascinating layers of smooth pebbles.
Climb to the top of the Bruary Wart, North Wart or South Wart for sweeping views of the islands and, in the distance, Fetlar, Yell, Whalsay and the Shetland mainland.
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