The first option of a detour is 4 miles (6.5km) south on the A968 by taking the road to the right for Westing. After 0.5 mile (1km) take the junction to the left for a short distance to the prehistoric standing stone; this is Bordastubble Standing Stone and is the largest in Shetland. You can continue along this road for 1 mile (1.5km), passing through several farm gates, to the cemetery car park that overlooks the golden sands of Lund beach. The ruins of the 12th Century St Olaf’s Kirk are within the cemetery walls.
Continuing south on the A968 for about 0.5 miles (1km) take the B9084 to Uyeasound; home to the Gardiesfauld Youth Hostel, one of Shetland's most popular youth hostels. Follow the narrow road around to the waterfront this is Britain’s most northerly one-way system. Uyeasound was once a busy herring fishing port during the 19th Century; today it is a centre for fish farming operations.