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Harland Edge Cairn



Situated on a shelf of land just below, and to the south of Harland Edge proper, this slightly ovoid/ovid? cairn enjoys far reaching views to the south down the Wye Valley. Completely covered in heather the mound stands to a little over 1.5m, kerbstones detectable under foot in the NW and SE sectors of the cairn's rim.
On the whole disappointing and perhaps not worth the effort of crossing the very wet moorland.

No known records of any excavations.
stubob Posted by stubob
19th February 2007ce
Edited 19th May 2007ce

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