Trotternish is a peninsula in Isle of Skye, Scotland. The landslip includes two of Skye's most known milestones: the Old Man of Storr , an remote rocky peak, and the Quiraing, a surface of scenic and uncommon rock formations. The summit of The Storr, on whose downhills the Old Man of Storr is placed, is the highest spot of the peninsula. While bragging many vertical altitudes, the place is mostly inappropriate for rock-scrambling because of the frail rock. The most northerly point of Trotternish, Rubha Huinis, represents the most northerly point of Skye, too.