The Labothie cairn is a bit of a mystery. Instead of one massive cairn it appears to be two similar cairns. Both are around 8 meters in width and 1 meter high. Both have been dug into and both have at least a couple of kerbs.
After some serious looking at maps and on Canmore's own site we concluded that Canmore has got it wrong.
Very easy to find from the Hatton Cairn. Spy a rather fine and intact black pill box and head straight for it.
So the final visit on Bractullo Hill or Labothie Hill or Bractullo Moor was another small but nicely situated cairn which can see both the Hatton and Hare cairns. Quite difficult to find, I thought, but my guide had no difficulties as we walked in a south westerly direction from the Hare Cairn. Sitting at 12 meters wide and 0.5 meters high as usual it has been dug into. Some kerbs appear to remain but they might just be simple cairn material.
With that it was head back to the car after an excellent afternoon walking all over whatever this place is called :-)