Worth the tramp across the path from the the main road (altho the had to give brambles a bit of a beating along the way in certain places). Was particularly impressed with the single quartz stone in the SW of the circle (with the honey and blood veining). Unfortunately missed the axe petroglyph on one of the recumbent stones in the NE of the circle :(. The central stone leans at an alarming angle which only emphasises the ...er...phallic nature of the stone (ooooer!). Views of the Merry Maidens, The Pipers and the Sea are apparently to be had but alas not on our visit with low clouds barely clearing the fields around us. It is worth also stopping off for a shuffty around the Creeg Tol outcrop a few hundred yards before the circle, which offers a slightly higher elevation and better views of the area.
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