The Trotternish ridge provides some of the most spectacular fell walking in Britain with its rounded moorland hills carved by a huge craggy cliff with its towering pinnacles and circling ravens. The Quiriang and the Old Man of Storr are fantastic vantage points to the ridge. Our favourite walk however is to Rubha Hunish, past the deserted village of Erisco, a moving and special place, to the sea cliffs where we often see whales and the occasional basking shark. They also offer an amazing vantage point to see fulmars, kittiwakes and other sea birds. We can also camp out to offer a real sense of place and adventure, and to allow time to experience the landscape away from the routines of our everyday lives. With groups we can also build shelters with tarps and 'bashas' and will often toast the odd marshmallow on an open fire.