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From Carn Llechart continue north-west along the minor road. Continue through the crossroads until you see a converted church (with graveyard) on your left. The cairn is right next to the road at this point.
The cairn is no more than a very low ‘bump’.
19th May 2014ce
Two cairns, slightly NW of the position of the "cairn" marked on the OS 1:25000 Explorer. Coflein descriptions (2002):
SW cairn (SN68720791)
Interpreted as a robbed ring-cairn, the description given of this monument, a 7m diameter circle largely enclosed by a trench and partly by a low bank, seems ambiguous.
NE cairn (SN68760799)
The robbed remains of a kerbed cairn, 6.0m in diameter and 0.2m high.
25th September 2011ce