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Tronda is in the Shetland Islands. It is directly connected to Mainland by a single track bridge. A further bridge at the other end of the island connects it with Burra


  • Burland
  • Cutts
  • Glendale

Other destinations[edit]

It is necessary to cross Tronda to reach Burra

Get in[edit]

From Lerwick, take the main road A970 northbound. Take the left hand turn for the B9074 (signposted for Scalloway, Tronda and Burra). Follow the road along the East side of the voe (inlet) with Scalloway on your right. Cross the first bridge to Tronda (note that the bridge is single track).

Get around[edit]

There is little or no public transport.

See[edit][add listing]

Many beautiful views of the voes (inlets) from the road.

Do[edit][add listing]

The Burland Croft Trail.

Eat[edit][add listing]

Bring your own picnic.

Drink[edit][add listing]

There are no pubs or bars on Tronda.

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Stay safe[edit]

This is an extremely safe remote and rural area. It is quite customary for locals not even to lock their doors.

Get out[edit]

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