‪Ri Cruin Cairn‬

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norp123
‪Carlisle‬, UK18 مساهمة
سبتمبر 2020
‪If you are interested in places of historical importance and beautiful scenery this is a must. A place for contemplation. ‬
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JimboSaundersfoot/Largs
‪Largs‬, UK2,004 مساهمات
يوليو 2017
‪Not one that is very well attended ......overgrown all around....! Not worth the hassle of clambering over stones and wobbling down the steep rough path‬
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Andrew D
إدنبرة, UK74 مساهمة
العائلة • يوليو 2017
‪Whilst this is beautifullhmatmospheric and approached by a lively woodland stroll, this is a bit less accessible than the Nether Largie and Temple Wood locations and less exciting that these. If you are on the cycle path well worth stopping off. If you are walking from Kilmartin or Lady Glassary Woods it's a bit out off the way for what it is.‬
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hfulton32
بيزلي, UK411 مساهمة
زوجان • مايو 2017
‪When you visit Kilmartin Valley, you normally visit the more well known of the line of Bronze Age cairns, and perhaps Temple Wood Stones and the Netherlargie stones, all of which are in easy walking distance of Kilmartin and the fabulous heritage centre/museum where you can learn all about them as well as other sites like cup and ring mark rocks.

However, a short walk on from the Netherlargie stones and Temple Wood is the Ri Cruin Cairn. This is not in plain sight, and isn't accessible to anyone with mobility difficulties as it is reached by stile and then rough steps. However, if you are mobile it is easy and you walk along a pretty path bordering the Ri Cruin holiday lets, lined with flowering bushes and with fields to the left where sheep and lambs roam and sometimes you see the farm's highland cattle and a calf.

There are stupendously odd trees along the way, gnarled and knobbly/twisted, and once up some flat stone steps (top one wobbles) you are in the cairn enclosure. Being surrounded by trees, tho not originally there, give it a very hushed and special atmosphere. The cainr like all of them has had to be reconstructed after depredations of various kinds, but you get a good impression of how it once was and you see one cist grave in the middle and one at the side, which has interesting markings including an axe head. Goods were found here but little else as bodies melt in the acid soil.

It may not be as open or spectacular say as Nether Largie North cairn where you climb down into the centre or Nether Largie south which is the only chambered cairn which you can again climb into, but I find it the most eerie and beautiful.

An ordnance survey map or the great guide book 'In the Footsteps of Kings' sold in the heritage centre will guide to the spot. Just one word of warning - if it's wet, the path can be very soggy and stick to the raised edges.‬
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