Stac Levenish or Stac Leibhinis (sometimes simply called Levenish/Leibhinis) is a sea stack in the St Kilda archipelago in Scotland. Lying 2.5 kilometres (1.6 miles) off Village Bay on Hirta, it is part of the rim of an extinct volcano that includes Dùn, Ruaival and Mullach Sgar.
|Gaelic name||Stac Leibhinis|
Stac Levenish shown within the Outer Hebrides
|OS grid reference|
|Island group||St Kilda|
|Area||24,280 m2 (261,350 sq ft)|
|Highest elevation||62 m (203 ft)|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|Council area||Outer Hebrides|
The stack is 62 metres (203 ft) high. Its north cliff appears to have the profile of a human face, visible when travelling to St Kilda from the east. The skerry of Na Bodhan lies to the north east.
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