here. The description of the site by Historic Environment Scotland (HES) - here - says, "The monument consists of a prehistoric fort on a narrow coastal promontory. The position of the fort is one of great natural strength, being protected on all sides except the north by precipitious rock-faces up to 14m in height."
"There are traces of facing stones and core material in places along the line of this rampart. About 18m to the north are the remains of the outer rampart, a spread of stone including several very large boulders."
The remains of the outer rampart can be clearly seen in this picture, as can the narrow access to the inner fort. The area in the foreground of this picture is included in the scheduling because, "traces of activities associated with the construction and use of the fort may survive," though it is difficult on the ground to see anything.
The promontory is a perfect lookout point for the community of Camas nan Geall. This is the view westwards from the fort, and the whole northern area of the Sound of Mull as well as the entrance to Loch Sunart are visible.
This is the fourth in a series about the Scheduled Monuments of western Ardnamurchan.