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Loch Head

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<b>Loch Head</b>Posted by spencerImage © Mike Purslow
Nearest Town:Wigtown (12km NE)
OS Ref (GB):   NX327493 / Sheet: 82
Latitude:54° 48' 37.61" N
Longitude:   4° 36' 13.12" W

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Visited 22.09.18

Loch Head is a small hamlet around a crossroads. The easiest way to get there is to take the Elrig turn off the A747 1 mile W of Port William. This is a sharp turn onto a narrow road. Continue through Elrig and you will glimpse a loch on your R. This is Loch Elrig. As you reach the crossroads the cairn is on the R opposite the first house in Loch Head. Parking is available if you turn right at the crossroads, travel around 100 m to a large car park on the L for Loch Elrig.
The cairn is around 10m across by 1.5m high. There are some scattered stones remaining in the circle.
Carlin Stone is 500m N of the cairn and can be accessed from your current car park.
Loch Head cairn is recorded as Canmore ID 62701 (go to Links).
Posted by markj99
28th September 2018ce
Edited 13th September 2020ce

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Canmore ID 62701


Loch Head Cairn
Posted by markj99
13th September 2020ce