River Almond
Crieff, Perthshire OS Map
Stone Circle; Cairn Canmore
Also known as Clach na Tiompan; Clach na Trom Pan

This ruined stone circle, thought to be the remains of a four-poster, consists of a pair of stones in a mound of rubble; one of the stones is about four feet high, the other is a stump about three feet high. Holes for two other stones were found.

It has been suggested both that the mound is the remains of a cairn or simply field clearance.

It's not really a site that is worth going out of your way to get to for the sake of seeing the stones...but it is in the beautiful River Almond valley some four miles easy walking from the road on the footpath to Loch Tay - it's worth visiting for the walk.

Just across the track from here is the chambered cairn of Clach na Tiompan - ruinous, but 190 feet long by 40 feet wide and with three visible cists.

Images ©1999, 2003 Martin McCarthy, Theasis Photography

Nearby Sites

0km Clach na Tiompan Chambered Cairn; Standing Stone; Possible Stone Circle
10km Buchanty Hill Cup Marks
10km Monzie Cairn Circle
11km Ferntower Stone Circle Stone Circle; Cup Mark
11km Greenland Stone Circle
12km Fowlis Wester Stone Circles Stone Circles; Standing Stone; Cairn
13km Crofthead Farm Standing Stones
13km Fowlis Wester Pictish Stones Pictish Stones
14km Croft Moraig Stone Circle
14km Kindrochat Chambered Cairn
14km Newhall Bridge Standing Stones
16km Fortingall Stone Circles
18km Lundin Farm Stone Circle; Cup Marks
(NB: All distances are as-the-crow-flies. Lochs, mountains and beautiful winding roads will make it further. Sometimes much further.)