We drove on to Oban to find the other site in Argyllshire before heading towards Inverness.
Oban from the south keep on the main road until you see a church on the
right where the right turn is signed Golf Course and Rare Breeds Farm.
Take this turn and continue for about 2 miles passing the farm. Turn right
at the junction then take the next left into a narrow lane for about a
mile. You will see the huge standing stone ahead on the left.
Standing stone and kerb cairn
this site is a stone circle, standing stone and a kerb cairn all in the
same field. The standing stone is very impressive at over 4 metres tall
and stands right beside the small kerb cairn next to the lane. The cairn
is about 5 metres across and from the road you can see about 6 boulders
around it. The grass was very long and there was barbed wire preventing
The stone circle is best seen from the farm lane a little back up the lane from the standing stone. We could see very few of the 31 granite boulders here as the grass was long and only a few stood out above it. We couldn’t see a gate to the field and as livestock were there we couldn’t get closer.