Step back in time and tour an 'enigmatic' Pictish fort in the Highlands

Travel back through the centuries to Dun da Lamh, a Pictish-era hillfort with commanding views over Strathspey and which was a place of status, defence and tribal belonging.

Described as “unusually massive”, the hillfort has been dramatically rebuilt in augmented reality by historical reconstruction and illustrator Bob Marshall, who has worked with Forestry and Land Scotland to reimagine the ‘enigmatic’ site.

Dun da Lamh has never been excavated with only the lichen-covered stone ramparts – which measured between four and six metres – giving a clue to life at this once-mighty place.

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