Sign posted. Approximately 1 mile off the A9. Parking space next to stones.
Visiting the Great U involved a fairly long detour off our planned route but this was a site I was very keen to visit. I wasn’t disappointed.
The stones are surrounded by miles of bleak moorland with hills in the distance.
There are three information boards.
This is an excellent site and has a feeling of remoteness about it.
The stones are quite large and the grass around them not too overgrown.
It is odd how the stones are ‘side on’ instead of the normal ‘front facing’ – there must have been a reason why they set the stones up this way?
If you happen to be heading up the east coast of Scotland try to make time to visit the Great U. It is a most interesting place.
Posted by CARL
15th August 2014ce