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Hill o' Many Stanes

Stone Rows, Caithness

A hillside full
of tiny stones
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Also known rather matter-of-factly as Mid Clyth Stone Rows, this unique arrangement of tiny stones (all less than 1m) is fascinating to see, if not as impressive as some of the megaliths in Orkney just across the sea to the north. Originally there were 250 uprights arranged in 22 rows aligned approximately north-south.

Access: In state care. Small car park. Signposted off the A9. 

Rating: General Impression 3, Ambience 3, Access 4

Personal: If you visit don't miss the sweet factory just down the road where you can watch seaside rock being extruded from a huge rock sausage if you're lucky.

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