The Storr visitor attraction has launched its dedicated and branded website, providing information that aims to enhance the visitor experience.
The Old Man of Storr project is “for the community, in the community, by the community” working closely with communities and with continual local Member involvement, to celebrate Gaelic and to demonstrate engagement and partnership working.
The Old Man of Storr site, branded ‘The Storr’, is run by The Highland Council in collaboration with partners from the Skye Iconic Sites Project.
The Old Man of Storr is an iconic and internationally acclaimed visitor attraction, with annual visitors reaching approx. 200,000 per year. On a clear day, the landmark can be seen from miles around and is a renowned symbol of Scotland. Created by an ancient landslip, the rock face and pinnacles were formed millions of years ago. Legend varies around the ‘Old Man’, with some locals believing that the pinnacle is the thumb of a giant who is now buried underground, whilst others declare that the face of an old man can be seen in the rock face. To continue reading, click here