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Publication Account

Date 1986

Event ID 1017332

Category Descriptive Accounts

Type Publication Account


Although part of the prominent little hill on which this recumbent stone circle sits has been removed by quarrying, the setting and the spectacular views south and west to the Caimgorms can still be appreciated. The recumbent, of whinstone, and four of the circle stones of pale red granite remain erect. The circle was about 18m in diameter and it surrounded a ring cairn, 14m across, whose substantial kerb still survives.

Information from ‘Exploring Scotland’s Heritage: Grampian’, (1986).

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