As TSC states, the stone is easily visible from the minor road and a short but squelchy walk will bring you close up and personal.
The stone stood in a large pool of water and I noticed that several ‘offerings’ had been inserted in some of the holes that pock-mark the edges of the stone.
These included several small brown shiny pebbles and a woven multi coloured ribbon.
This is an obvious place to come after/before visiting the nearby impressive Cwalca Cairn field.
Visited 1.5.2010. A lovely, lovely standing stone, in a great situation with Black Mountains views. The stone is leaning over and is a visually striking porous slab of limestone, pitted and stratified like a giant wafer. I sat here a long time and no-one came (although some dog walkers passed on the road). A must-visit.
Tall, tapering monolith (2.3m tall), leaning slightly to the east, with a "wafer-like" appearance. Set in an open moorland landscape surrounded by many other bronze age cairns and standing stones. Lies just to the west of the road and is easily accessible.