Longman Hill

Site of a Bronze Age barrow with 360° views of local countryside and extensive views over the Moray Firth. This would have been a major feature our ancestors sought out for defensive purposes.

Another possibility is that the site was used for ceremonial purposes, with bonfires being seen as far away as Benachie and the high ground on the opposite shore of the Moray in Caithness on a clear night.

The barrow is 67m long with a round cairn at the northern end, 21m in diameter and 4.3m tall.

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