Guided walks

Uist is home to a unique archaeological landscape, with monuments that testify to more than 6,000 years of human habitation. Join one of our regular guided walks and learn about the facinating relationship between people and the island landscape from prehistory through to recent crofting. Discover the wealth of history hidden on the islands’ moorland and machair, as we explore the remains of Neolithic tombs, Iron Age brochs, Norse farmsteads and Medieval chapels.

Walks are led by resident archaeologists Dr Kate MacDonald and Dr Rebecca Rennell, who have many years experience of researching and excavating in the Hebrides. We offer a range of walking tours suitable for all levels of interest and walking abilities.

Half day and full day tours available

Additional and/or personalised tours are available upon request

Cost: £ 20 p/person, min 4 people
A good pair of walking boots and waterproofs are essential for all walking tours.

Cost: from £ 25 p/person

Under 12s free

Many of our tours will take you off the beaten track, so bring waterproofs and a good pair of walking boots

To make a booking or request a tour email: walks@uistarchaeology.com

or give us a call: 01878 700 053/01870 620 373