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There is so much to do on Arran that everywhere you go, there are great views. However, a walk to the Machrie Moor Stone Circles will add a little extra to what you can normally see from the road. It is scenic on the way...More
About 1 mile walk from the car park with a good path. The stones themselves were impressive and the surrounding hills very beautiful. It would have been nice to have more information/history available about the different circles. It was also a shame that one of...More
The Machrie Moor Stone Circles are wonderful to look at. The hike out to the stones is not too strenuous and most of it is through a sheep pasture. There is free parking available on the premises. The hike is a little under 3 miles...More
We visited on a very warm day, and it seemed quite a way to the first circle. We could see the next and I ‘condescended’ to walk to it! Then we could see another. And some standing stones! So you have to walk a way...More
I loved these stone circles.
Very beautiful, spiritual place.
A long walk however to get there, at least half an hour each way.
Beautiful wildlife on the walk but do keep dogs on a lead.
Not suitable for anyone who can't walk for an hour...More
Visited today and was the second car there. Felt that there was nobody around for miles as there are a couple of turns on the path and a couple of hills and dips. Glad that I got to enjoy it in relative peace, in what...More
Lovely walk through the fields with other old circles and cairns along the paths. The actual stones are good and photogenic. Easy parked and signposted. Bit of a walk for any disabled people. Good couple hours spent.
There is a free parking area not far from this ancient site and a walk across fields via crushed stone paths to reach this site, a mixture of stone circles and standing stones to see and photograph. Some signage to explain a little about the...More
If you walk the full track of around 1.5 miles ( each way ) you see around five different stone circles. There's not a lot of info but then little is known about them. We had recently seen the Callinish standing stones on Lewis and...More