Though close to Culloden, you really have to hunt for Clava Cairns. Not well signed at all. Almost as if they really don't want you to find it. As a result it is seldom crowded, unless a tour bus manages the journey on narrow roads.
A magnificent site for those of an historical bent. Very well preserved and well worth the effort to find it. Explanatory plaques placed around are quite helpful in understanding the evolution of the site.
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