An inspection was carried out at Scorrybreac on Tuesday 29 August.
The inspection followed the recent rock slide.
A spokesperson told The Skye Times: "We found that the two very large rocks that worried about have now also fallen and and are now situated on the shoreline below where the path once was.
"This still leaves an area of overhanging turf on the ridge and also a large crack in the rock face where the boulders came loose.
"We would ask all members of the public to not go past the signs and fencing that now blocks the path, as the area is still very unstable.
"We expect a contractor to be back on site early next week.
"After this we’ll have an idea of timescale for making the area safe and reopening the path."