"Kilt Rock is a sea cliff in the north east of Trotternish peninsula. It resembles a kilt, with vertical basalt columns and intruded sills of dolerite.
Closer by is the Mealt Waterfall, which freefalls off the cliff for 48m into the Sound of Raasay below. Sometimes, when the wind is strong, the water is blown away and it doesn't reach the bottom at all." (The Skye Guide)
From Scottish Landscapes