Kilt Rock & Mealt Falls
Waterfalls in Isle of Skye
Indeed, the 90 metre Kilt Rock on the Trotternish Peninsula does look strikingly similar to a pleated kilt. Its has vertical basalt columns that form the pleats and intruded sills of dolerite forming the pattern. From the cliff-top viewpoint you can also get a nice look at Mealt Falls, a waterfall that plummets 328 feet (100 m) over Kilt Rock to the rock-laden shoreline below. If you listen closely, you can hear the whistle made by the falls as the water crashes down. Similar to a bagpipe’s eerie tunes, this whistle becomes even more dramatic on a particularly windy day.
Visiting Kilt Rock & Mealt Falls