Badnabay is almost as far to the north-west as you can get on the British mainland, less than 20 miles south of Cape Wrath.
On some low-lying ground on the south side of the A894 there used to stand a chambered cairn some twelve metres in diameter. The cairn has been completely removed, but fifteen upright stones (some barely showing above the current ground level) of a polygonal chamber remain. These enclose an area about 2.5 by 3.5 metres across.
1/5 Looking south-east towards <i>Ben Stack</i>
2/5 Looking east across Laxford Bay, with <i>Sàil Mhór</i> and the ridge of <i>Foináven</i> in the distance.
3/5 Looking north into the main chamber.
4/5 Looking west along the course of the entrance passage into the main chamber. Two portal stones forming part of the entrance into the chamber can be seen in the foreground.
5/5 Looking south into the main chamber.