Craighouse is the main village on the Isle of Jura. Rugged Jura is fourth-largest of the Inner Hebrides Islands in north-western Scotland and measures 27 miles by 8 mile. Located north-east of Islay and within 2 miles of the mainland, Jura is also notorious amongst mariners for the Corrievreckan whirlpool off the northern coast. Jura reaches a height of 784 m (2,571 ft) in its southern half at the Paps of Jura, three spectacular rounded quartzite peaks formed from frost shattering after the last Ice Age.
Forestry, agriculture, and a distillery in Craighouse are the main island activities although hunting estates popular with wealthy visitors and famous for red deer - the island's name derives from the Norse dyr-ey, "deer island". The island features mesolithic remains from c. 7000 BC and Iron Age forts including the Kilearnadil burial ground.
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