Alternative Names: Lower Halistra
Type of Dive: Shore
Travel directions: Leaving Glasgow on the M8 cross the Erskin bridge onto the A82 and turn left at Crianlarich staying on the A82. At Tyndrum bear to the right still on the A82 over Rannoch moor into Glencoe. Cross the bridge and up to Fort William, take the A82 and A87 to the Kyle of Lochalsh. Cross the bridge to Skye and take the A850 and A863 to Dunvegan. Turn north on the B886 north to Carnach
Parking directions: On the left before the old building.
From Glasgow: 5 Hrs 50 Min's
Lat & Long: 57.537954, -6.615422
Site entry/exit: Enter the water beside the old pipe, (See picture below)
Underwater directions: Its a small site you will find everything in 40 Min's
Site Hazards: The entry in front of the car park is difficult but closest to the reefs. This dive is best done at high water due to the nature of the reefs. As you enter the water keep the reefs to your left until they stop and come back till they stop and come back to the gap and exit.
Nearest Public phone:
Accommodation: Dive & Sea the Hebrides or Kinloch Campsite B+B
Mobile Network service: Vodaphone is best on Skye
Pub: The Stein Inn A really good place to eat and drink
Created By: John Nicolson
Air & Nitrox fills: Dive & Sea the Hebrides
Surface Photos: To Follow
Dive Map: To follow
Dive Report: Dive tramp we went in following the cast iron pipe, just on the left hand side of it there was a deeper crack in the rocks where we could float straight away . a left or right turn at the "mouth" of this crack took us along the rock face but without the same amount of kelp that we encountered nearer the slipway. After mooching about near the rock face and coming back to our entry point we headed straight out for a bit into deeper water and the sandy bottom.