Creagantairbh Beag Monolith
Kilmartin, Argyll
Standing Stone Canmore
Before being blown down in a gale in 1879 (the same gale that caused the infamous Tay Bridge Disaster) this stone stood over 16 feet tall. The stump that remains is a little under six feet tall.

Images ©2002 Martin McCarthy, Theasis Photography

Nearby Sites

0km Glennan Standing Stone
2km Carnassarie Cairn Cairn
2km Carnassarie Standing Stones Standing Stones
3km Kilmartin Church And Graveyard Mediaeval Grave Slabs; Early Christian Crosses; Carved Slabs; Church
3km Ormaig Rock Carvings Cup and Ring Marks
3km Salachary Stone Row Standing Stones
4km Kintraw Standing Stone; Cairn
4km Temple Wood Stone Circle
5km Ballymeanoch Cairn Kerb Cairn
5km Ballymeanoch Henge Henge; Cist
5km Ballymeanoch Holed Stone Standing Stone (broken, fallen and moved)
5km Ballymeanoch Stone Rows Stone Rows
5km Dunchraigaig Cairn Chambered Cairn
5km Nether Largie Stone Setting Stone Setting
7km Torbhlaran Standing Stone
8km Dunadd Fort; Rock Carving
8km Kilmichael Glassary Decorated Rock Sheet Cup and Ring Marks
10km Achnabreck Carved Rocksheet Cup And Ring
10km Cairnbaan Cup and Ring Marks
12km Stane Alane Standing Stone
13km Kilmory Oib Village Deserted Mediæval Village
15km Castle Lachlan Castle
19km Barnashaig Standing Stone
19km Upper Fernoch Megalith Standing Stone
20km Barmore Wood Chambered Cairn
(NB: All distances are as-the-crow-flies. Lochs, mountains and beautiful winding roads will make it further. Sometimes much further.)