Located just 300 metres south of the entrance to Upper Tote on the A855, Tot nan Druidhean is unmistakable as a prominent, very large cairn 40 metres east of the road. There is ample space to park a vehicle opposite Upper Tote.
The cairn is a prominent grass-covered cone situated on a mound and rising high above the moor. Access is through a gate, whence a metalled track heads south a short distance from the cairn. What appear to be two 2-metre tall ramparts circle round and abut the cairn like a giant pair of pincers.
All that can be seen is a low grass covered mound, the other side of a wire fence.
The Cairn is now a lot lower than it was in 1928 judging by the following report.
‘Some 40 yards east of the road, about 1 mile south of Invertote, on a slight prominence, is a grass-covered circular mound of stone and earth. 36 ft in diameter and 9ft in height. The summit is slightly hollow’ 1928.