After visiting Culloden Battlefied, east of Inverness, we took a beautiful walk from the battlefield visitor’s center to Balnuaran of Clava. The three mysterious cairns and the set of standing stones at this location are the primary examples of “clava cairns,” a type of Bronze Age burial chamber/ mound that get their name from this spot. I was pretty excited because that visit meant I’d visited Bronze Age burial cairns in three countries (Scotland, Finland, and Denmark). The cairns were really interesting, but the walk there was the best part. We passed through a sweet little town, by lush rolling farmland, and past the rather photogenic Culloden Viaduct. The Viaduct (bridge for trains) was opened in 1898 and is the longest masonry viaduct in Scotland.