Above: The stone circle from the south-east with stone 3 in the foreground. This stone appears to be aligned with the centre of the gap in the circle and the mound on the skyline.
Right: The stone circle from the south-west. The gap can be clearly seen as can stone 3 in the centre background. The stone behind the circle is ne of those aligned, on mound 2 while the one on the extreme left in the mid-distance is part of the stone circle - Coniston Old Man alignment. Note the flat-topped hillock which hides the circle.
Access: A hard, steep walk from Torver. See above for map links
Rating: General Impression 2, Ambience 3, Access 1
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