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Fairly easy to get to, only about 30m or so from the road, but there is a hop over a wire fence, then some pretty boggy and uneven ground, with the odd deephole down into the peat.

However, if you're passing, give it a shot. There's something very proud about these two piles of tumbled stones. I don't know how the idea that they have chambers got started, but that is the recieved wisdom. But I do agree with Mr Cope on this one, it's nice to see a couple of monuments that have been left intact. It really adds to the feel of the place. Very brooding and slightly ominous at sunset. Hollow hills? Aye, probably.
Hob Posted by Hob
18th August 2005ce
Edited 30th April 2007ce

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