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MacLeod’s Tables
June 24, 2017, 1:00 pm
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MacLeod's Tables 1MacLeod's Tables 2As you drive around the Isle of Skye there’s a good chance you’ll see two flat topped mountains in the distance. These are Healabhal Bheag (1601 ft) and Healabhal Mhor (1538 ft), also known as MacLeod’s Tables.

MacLeod's Tables 3MacLeod's Tables 4Legend has it that, when he was at a banquet in Edinburgh given by King James V, the Chief of Clan MacLeod boasted that he had a much grander table.

When MacLeod hosted a banquet some time later, he took his guests onto the hilltops on a clear night, with clansmen standing round the edge of the plateau holding torches.

MacLeod's Tables 5It can be a bit of a slog getting to the tops of the Tables but the views are spectacular.

MacLeod's Tables 6

MacLeod's Tables 7

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Love Skye!! My grandmother was a MacLeod.

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