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We travelled up here in sept 13 and loved the steps. When the seas are crashing in it's all very dramatic. The men landed their fish here, which in it's self a feat and the women carried them up the cliffs with occasional rest spots...More
This is well worth a visit. A visit to the Wick heritage centre to find out a little more about it first is what I would recommend.
There is 365 steps to the bottom and 365 steps back to the top and there is no...More
Not a café by U.K. standards, think continental. Great selection of food, good service & wonderful views. Not licensed so B.Y.O. if you want to. Best eating place we found having travelled along the North coast & down the East side.
Visited the steps after reading about it; surprisingly no obvious signpost when passing it. Steep steps down as far as we could see from the top, and still in its original state, ie without the Health and Safety Act's fences. From photos it does go...More
We were told about this sight from the great folks at our B & B at the Antlers and they suggested that these were a must to see, so we ventured down and indeed they were correct, well worth the effort, the steps are fine...More
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Dogs are definitely allowed, I took mine but kept him on the leash as there’s a shear drop and no barriers between the steps and the North Sea below. I think they are open every day unless the local council are doing major... More
Dogs are definitely allowed, I took mine but kept him on the leash as there’s a shear drop and no barriers between the steps and the North Sea below. I think they are open every day unless the local council are doing major maintenance work on them or really bad weather. When I went there was a council worker doing some minor repairs on the lower steps but they were still open to the public.