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Berneray is four miles from St, Kilda, famed for its fantastic bird colonies.  Uninhabited, remote and wild, it was the site of incredible feats of cliff climbing by the St. Kildans who hunted the birds.

Berneray is four miles from St, Kilda, famed for its fantastic bird colonies. Uninhabited, remote and wild, it was the site of incredible feats of cliff climbing by the St. Kildans who hunted the birds.

St Kilda consists of four main islands - Hirta, Dun, Boreray and Soay as well as several sea stacs. Visitors are welcome to visit St Kilda. Village Bay on Hirta is the main access point. Please get in touch with the Area Manager or Ranger before you visit. We can then give you the information you require to access responsibly and safely, without disturbing the nesting birds. via www.facebook.com/...

St Kilda consists of four main islands - Hirta, Dun, Boreray and Soay as well as several sea stacs. Visitors are welcome to visit St Kilda. Village Bay on Hirta is the main access point. Please get in touch with the Area Manager or Ranger before you visit. We can then give you the information you require to access responsibly and safely, without disturbing the nesting birds. via www.facebook.com/...

Stac an Armin, Stac Lee, and Boreray, as seen from Hirta, part of the St Kilda archipelago

St Kilda: summer by the sea - in pictures

Stac an Armin, Stac Lee, and Boreray, as seen from Hirta, part of the St Kilda archipelago

looking down to the village and Village Bay the late George Sassoon, who travelled to St Kilda in 1965 aboard the “Glen Carradale” owned by Alastair Gibson. These are some of his photos from that journey

looking down to the village and Village Bay the late George Sassoon, who travelled to St Kilda in 1965 aboard the “Glen Carradale” owned by Alastair Gibson. These are some of his photos from that journey

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