Dunblane, Stirling
Standing Stones Canmore
Also known as Glenhead

This row of three or four stones (there are four stones, but it is thought that a prostrate stone at the southwest end of the row was probably split off the standing stone at the northeast end of the row) stand in a straight line running approximately northeast to southwest in a field on a ridge.

The two outer upright stones are each about six feet tall (or would be if they were not leaning).

The central stone is about four and a half feet tall and has over twenty cup marks on its flattented top surface.

Images ©1999, 2014 Martin McCarthy, Theasis Photography

Nearby Sites

2km Doune Castle Castle
6km University of Stirling Standing Stone
7km Airthrey Castle Stone Standing Stone
7km Sherrifmuir Stone Row
12km Ardoch Roman Fort Roman Fort
15km Castleton Farm Cup and Ring Carvings
17km Torwood Broch
18km Inchmahome Priory Priory
19km Peterhead Farm Standing Stone; Pictish Class I Stone
19km Fintry Standing Stone
19km Menteith 16 Cup and Ring Marks
19km Menteith 20 Cup Marks
19km Nether Glenny Cairns Cairn
19km Waterhead Standing Stones
(NB: All distances are as-the-crow-flies. Lochs, mountains and beautiful winding roads will make it further. Sometimes much further.)