This historic trail originates in Inverness, passing the Black Isle and over the Cromarty Bridge to Easter Ross.

 

The first of the Easter Ross stones is located on the B817 Cromarty Firth north-shore road which links Alness to Invergordon. The Thiefs Stone is located opposite Invergordon Sailing club car park. Continue along the shore road before joining the A9 towards Tain.

 

The Pictish Trail is signposted from here towards Nigg Old Church and then onwards towards Shandwick, Hilton and the Tarbat Discovery Centre in Portmahomack. Further stones can be viewed in the Tain and District Museum before heading towards two further stones at Edderton. The Pictish Trail then continues through Sutherland, ending in Golspie.

 

Click here to download a brochure containing further details of the Pictish Trail

 

 

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Pictish Trail

Edderton Stone
Edderton Stone

The Edderton Stone is on the PicitishTrail

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Pictish Trail
Pictish Trail

A helpful information board showing the Pictish Trail and its history.

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Queen of the Picts
Queen of the Picts

A statue of the Queen of the Picts

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Edderton Stone
Edderton Stone

The Edderton Stone is on the PicitishTrail

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