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FRI 10 OCT

Archaeology in Foyers - The Hydro Legacy

Foyers Shop Car Park, Highland

Run by: The Highland Council

Join us for a 3km/2miles walk, (climbing 100m) at Falls of Foyers to learn about one of Scotland's first amazing feats of hydro engineering.

clock14:00–16:00

Suitable for any age

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Cost

Adults £3.00, conc. £2.00 and families £8.00.

Difficulty level

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Location

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Foyers Shop Car Park

Foyers, Highland

Contact

This activity is organised and run by The Highland Council.

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