This is the more northern of the two nearby cairns and is much more ruined.
A few large stones are in and around the centre of the Cairn.
Again, it is easily spotted from the road and worth the short walk.
'A badly robbed cairn survives in the form of a grass-grown stony ring bank 0.3m high, 1.2m wide and with an external diameter of about 10.5 to 11.5m. There is slight evidence for an inner kerb of larger stones.
In the 1950s 'a wrecked central cist' revealed a sandstone disk 4cm in diameter and 1cm thick, now in the National Museum (1).'
Posted by CARL
18th February 2014ce