Gardaness Hill

A ridge and finger-like peninsula lying between Dales Voe and Colla Firth on the northeast coast of the Shetland Mainland, Gardaness Hill rises steeply to more than 153m (500 feet) above sea-level and represents part of the spectacular landscape which forms this part of E Delting. The triangular peninsula of Fora Ness lies opposite.

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