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David R wrote a review May 2018
Glasgow, United Kingdom393 contributions521 helpful votes
This is the third of 4 cairns on the walk down from Kilmartin. As such you are going to visit it anyway. The two on either side are slightly more interesting - but as it is there …
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Date of experience: May 2018
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Andrew D wrote a review Jul 2017
Edinburgh, United Kingdom73 contributions16 helpful votes
Thanks the least interesting of the three Nether Largie Cairns, but being in the middle it's 'unmissible' if you are seeing the others, and I'd recommend you do.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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hfulton32 wrote a review May 2016
Paisley, United Kingdom412 contributions231 helpful votes
This is one of our favourite cairns, and you can go down into the chamber. However, take great care as the trapdoor is very heavy. Also it slides not lifts and you can jog it off its runners if you try to lift it. Going in though is fabulously atmospheric and worth some effort! From here you can see up the valley towards the village, and all the other cairns are in easy distance as are standing stones and Temple Wood site.. You have to climb a stile to get into the site, but the steps are shallow and there is a pole.
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Date of experience: May 2016
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SwordMaiden wrote a review Apr 2016
Newton Abbot, United Kingdom540 contributions251 helpful votes
Walk along a well marked route to access this cairn, one of several in the Kilmartin glen. It is full of atmosphere and a board gives you some basic information about it if you don't want to visit the museum
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Date of experience: April 2016
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Gill B wrote a review Sep 2015
Wiltshire, United Kingdom13 contributions2 helpful votes
Don't know if it's this Cairn, but one of the 3 you can go inside and see more information. Really eerie but brilliant and so quiet and peaceful.
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Date of experience: October 2014
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