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The stones are easy to find. Turn down to St Blanes Church - signposted. On the right is a long thin grass field with a wind sock. Other side of the road, a track and muddy parking. You have arrived. Stones in the bracken to...More
Enjoyed our visit on the way to St Blane's Chapel. Had a bit of trouble to find them as sign post was knocked over but eventually found them by looking at notice board map. Stones are within easy walking distance to the car and my...More
They are hard to spot; we drove past them a couple of times (not far from the junction by the graveyard; opposite the air strip; go through the gap). Small car park and a minute walk to the stones. Very atmospheric spot with the dark...More
Take the Plan Road from Kingarth Graveyard and the stones can be seen a few huindred yards down, on your left The site has been cleared now - unless the bracken has grown back. Just sit quietly and wonder when and why the stones were...More
A couple of standing stones that are near to the Kingarth hotel and opposite Bute's airstrip. If you add in the walk along to the other set of standing stones it may be a decent walk, other wise it's a quick stop which won't take...More
We were on a walk exploring Kikchattan bay area and spotted a trail following the West Island way along the side of a forest over the island. We saw that the stones on the map were near the route and decided to stop off but...More
It's about 7 miles, the roads are narrow but the island has fabulous over land walks. You can take the bus to kingarth and walk in 5-10 minutes. I found it hard to get walking maps paths online, I think a good OS map would... More
It's about 7 miles, the roads are narrow but the island has fabulous over land walks. You can take the bus to kingarth and walk in 5-10 minutes. I found it hard to get walking maps paths online, I think a good OS map would be handy for the island.we did a fabulous walk through the woods from Kikchattan but watch out, you can miss the spot!