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21 August 2023

Highland Archaeology Festival 2023

Evantonhistory.com in association with Alness Community Association

A Walk to 2 Corn Drying Kilns in Boath (by Alness)

Sat 30th September 2023 (NB changed from 23rd)
Starts: 10:30
Ends: 13:00

A walk to 2 ruinous post medieval settlements in Boath, both with good examples of corn-drying kilns.

MHG18719 - Boath Farmstead - Centred NH 5570 7510 (100m by 100m) https://her.highland.gov.uk/Monument/MHG18719; https://canmore.org.uk/site/90002/boath-farmstead

MHG20472 – Boath Farmstead (by Glaick) – access via Boathvic track, gate and across field

https://her.highland.gov.uk/Monument/MHG20472; https://canmore.org.uk/site/103741/boath

Meeting place: Public carpark by Ballavoulen at end of Boath road (before the gate) (OS Grid Ref: NH573 742)

Free - donations welcome to Evanton Oral History Project 

Level 2 walk - moderate walk along estate roads and tracks; the settlements with corn kilns are short walk from the tracks.

1.1 miles (2.2 return)

0.7 mile (1.4 return)

To book please contact:

Adrian Clark, Evanton Oral History Project
Tel:07927 049930
Email: adrian.clark444@btinternet.comWebsite: www.evantonhistory.com



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