This splendid stone circle, on Cambret Moor near Kirkcudbright, consists of twenty-eight low stones in a fifty-foot diameter ring. At their centre stands a six-foot high grey granite stone. There is a gap in the southwest arc, suggesting that a stone may be missing.
The interior of the circle is strewn with cobble-sized stones.
8/20 Looking northeast
9/20 Looking north
10/20 Looking northwest
11/20 Looking southwest
12/20 Another view to the southwest looking towards Knockeans Hill
13/20 The central pillar looking directly north.
14/20 Looking southeast
15/20 Looking east. Many of the smaller stones covering the ground within the circle can be seen