The cairn at Lilla Lycke is probably from the bronze age, 3500-2500 years old. Its 25 metres in diametre and 2.8 metres high.
Around the cairn lies stones that farmers has cleared from the fields, varying from 3 to 11 metres wide (widest on north). The size of the stones from the clearing is much more irregular, and generally smaller than the ones in the cairn.
On the east side there is a hole in the cairn, with sides of dry masonry.
The stone ring once consisted of 9 stones, but now only 6 remains.
This ring also has a low center stone. Was restored in 1936 by mr Sahlström
Info board on site in Swedish, English and German.
The cairn and the stone ring can be seen in GE.
How to get there:
it's 1 kilometre south of Amundtorp, on the west side of the road.