Location G - Acarsaid Fhalaich: Bonnie Prince Charlie Trail

Loch Skipport, Isle of South Uist, Outer Hebrides

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HISTORY

Neil MacEachain's Narrative of the Wanderings of Prince Charles in the Hebrides:

"After being chased from thence (Wiay) they had no other resource but to return towards the south end of the country, upon hearing that the Skye militia had departed from Boisdale's house two days before, and were upon their march towards Benbecula, where they flattered themselves infallibly sure to find him. About eight o'clock at night, upon the 12th of July, they put to sea from Lochaskivay, and rowed the whole night along the coast, and as the day began to dawn Neil advised them to land in Lochskipport, and to stay there 'till it was late; but the prince, who was eager to be as far on that day as possibly he could, would not condescend, and so continued their voyage the whole day. About five in the afternoon they landed at Corodale, where they refreshed themselves 'till it was ten......"

BOAT TRIPS

The Bonnie Prince Charlie Boat Trip starts in April and runs every fortnight until end of September. The boat trips from Kallin Harbour visit some of the places associated with the Prince, many of which are accessible by sea on the beautiful east coast of South Uist and Benbecula. Click here for details.

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For more interviews, songs, stories and information about Bonnie Prince Charlie click here.

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* 13th June 1746. After a detatchment of MacLeod militia from Skye land on the island Neil and the Prince head back for South Uist. That night they sheltered at Acarsaid Fhalaich (The Hidden Anchorage) north of Uisinish.

What's Nearby

  1. 23rd June 1745. A chance meeting with some fishermen at Loch Skipport solves the problem…

    1.81 miles away
  2. Occasionally seen at close range from the old pier at the end of the road.

    1.82 miles away
  3. Located in the northern end of South Uist, Loch Sgioport is a great placee to spot…

    1.85 miles away
  1. 14th May 1746. Neil MacEachen guides the Prince to Glen Corodale which was to be his main…

    3.58 miles away
  2. This location is on the shore of a large fresh water loch surrounded by moorland with…

    4.05 miles away
  3. Frequently seen above the surrounding hills.

    4.05 miles away
  4. Males are ghostly grey whilst the females and youngsters are brown with a conspicious…

    4.05 miles away
  5. This stunning diver species breeds on large moorland lochs in the summer and winter in…

    4.05 miles away
  6. Males are ghostly grey whilst the females and youngsters are brown with a conspicious…

    4.05 miles away
  7. 22nd June 1746. Neil leads the Prince northwards where they shelter somewhere on Ben Mor.…

    4.33 miles away
  8. This rusty brown, pigeon-sized game bird can be found on the moorland north of Loch…

    4.64 miles away
  9. There is a self-guided walk which will take approximately 3 hours.

    4.89 miles away
  10. Loch Druidibeag is a National Nature Reserve where colourful grassland on the coast…

    5.26 miles away
  11. Look from the pier; otters are often found feeding in the bay.

    5.27 miles away

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    5.35 miles away
  13. Our Lady of the Isles is a statue of the Madonna and Child by sculptor Hew Lorimer.…

    5.4 miles away
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