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This sounds like an interesting place, I wonder why Greywether never made it here,

This cairn, situated on a low knoll on the hillside overlooking Loch Fyne and 800m ESE of Ardno, measures about 10m in diameter and 2m in height. A large central cist, aligned WNW and ESE, measures 2.05m by 1m and 0.9m in depth; it was constructed of six large upright slabs, five of which remain in position. The two NE side-slabs have slipped a little, but the two end-slabs and one of the SW side-slabs are still firmly set. The SE end-slab still stands to a height of 0.9m above the interior of the other slabs, it is possible that the capstone may have butted against it rather than overlain it.
Visited May 1986

From Canmore.
postman Posted by postman
21st March 2010ce
Edited 21st March 2010ce

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