A rock fall at Scorrybreac has resulted in walkers being advised to stay away from the path.
The fall took place on Saturday 19 August, north of the Black Rock on the Scorrybreac headland.
A low level inspection was carried out, resulting in the path's closure and appropriate signage put in place. An inspection then took place at the top of the ridge.
The headland is managed by the Clan MacNicol Trust, who stated: "We cannot stress enough how unstable this area of rock is and would strongly urge all walkers who are using the path not to pass the signs or fencing, as the area is extremely dangerous.
"In the coming days we’ll seek expert advice on how to make the area safe and hopefully open the path as soon as possible."