This is a wonderful cairn situated high above the A95. I pulled in at the entrance to Upper Gaich and climbed the hill to the farm. From here walk in an western direction gradually climbing until a path of sorts is reached. The cairn is a short distance north of the path.
Supposedly destroyed it was rediscovered on Oct 11th 2006, obviously a very good day indeed. Sadly some of the houk damage is fairly recent but it doesn't detract as the cairn feels old, the trees also add to the ancient vibe. Traces of a kerb remain on a cairn that is 19/14 meters NW/SE and stands at 1 meter high.
From the Gaich Wood Cairn I followed the so called path west which consists of some very boggy sections. With all the recent rain up here my feet have become webbed so no problems with this. After approx 450 meters look south down on to the A95, or more importantly look down on Skellioch or Skellach Croft.
The chamber, or basically the chamber, is a short distance north of the croft. Sadly most of the once substantial cairn has gone. All that remains is one kerb (in one of the pics) and clumps of rubble. The slab at the north end of the chamber has also vanished. To make matters this beautiful site is being used as a mini rubbish dump, their taste in drink equally bad.
From here I walked down to the A95 for the next part of what was going to be a very long, exhausting but magnificent day.