This at one time must have been an impressive site/sight. Time has seen greatly reduced but the steep climb is worthwhile if just for the view over Morven (a mountain to the west 2,600 ft with an ancient cairn on top, next time in the area for this one.) It is 19 meters having at least 13 earthfast kerbs in place. Some of the pictured boulders may well be kerbs moved by farm machinery and dumped in the middle. At its highest the cairn stands at just over 0.5 meters.
From Migvie crossroads head east taking the first farm track north to Blackmill farm. From here it is a steep climb up the track thru two gates. The cairn is just short of the tree line. Very friendly cows, they ignored me altogether.
All that remains of this cairn is a few boulders and a mound that is less than 0.5 meters tall. The scatter of stones measures 8 meters but this cairn has been badly robbed. Still, the views over to Morven and Logie Coldstone/Kinord are Grampian at it's best.
From Meikle Tom, name of the cairn and hill, walk to the south west crest of the hill, about 250 meters.