Head south thru Logie Coldstone on the A97, and take the second track to the east after the trees. Please shut the gate behind when driving in. The track is in ok condition. Go thru the farm and a further 1/2 mile leads to the old cemetery with St. Woloch's Stone standing proudly outside. If there is a Celtic Cross then I didn't see it. What I did see was the fantastic Strathdee mountains looking magnificent with a covering of snow.
This 5'5" tall slab stands just outside the cemetery on Kirk Hill (is this an old or a new name I wonder?). It is named after a saint who is said to have converted many local people to Christianity (see http://www.cushnieent.force9.co.uk/walloch.html - Firth's Celtic Scotland) and Grinsell (in 'Folklore of Prehistoric Sites in Britain') says it is incised with a Celtic cross.