Carn Nam Buth Broch (Upper Suisgill)
Another of the Strath of Kildonan brochs, commanding an easily defended position on the banks of the Suisgill burn. There is nothing left of stonework above ground, but the site is still plainly identifiable, especially on Google earth. It is likely that if this was a broch, it has undergone various changes through the centuries before all its stone was removed.
The broch is right beside the road, just down the Strath from the Upper Suisgill lodge. You can park on the verge by the bridge, and it is just a few yards up the hill to the broch. There isn't much to see, but they are all important.
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