These two flat-topped mountains dominate the landscape of the Duirinish peninsula in the north-west of Skye. Their Gaelic names are Healabhal Mhòr (1,539 ft) and Healabhal Bheag (1,601 ft). On a good day the steep walk to the summit of either of the two tables will be rewarded with spectacular views all around. They are a great place to see a large part of the Cuillin Ridge as well as the Outer Hebrideas and the Small Isles.
One of the legends surrounding the tables has it that the Chief of the Clan MacLeod was able to outdo King James V with a grandiose banquette on top of Healabhal Mhòr.