On the brow of a hill on the southern side of the B8073, about 1 mile west of Kilninian, near Tostary.
Stopped off to have a look for the stone on the way back from spending the afternoon at the wonderful beach at Calgary Bay.
Although there is access via a metal gate it is tough going to get to the stone.
Parking is also tricky on the narrow road.
I had to force my way through chest high ferns, bracken and thistles – all up a slope!
However, upon reaching the stone the effort seemed worthwhile.
The stone would be about 2m high if it were standing straight.
It is covered in white lichen and has a large boulder at its base.
There are great coastal views.
To top it off a double rainbow formed once the sun had come out.
Well worth a visit if you are ready to do battle with the undergrowth!
Posted by CARL
11th September 2013ce