Also known as Aucheneck
Almost lost amongst the heather of Stockie Muir, this Clyde-cairn is quite splendid despite being "severely disturbed". As CANMORE notes, it is unlikely that the cairn has been much robbed for stone since it is fairly remote and there are no constructions in the vicinity that would have made use of the stone from the cairn.
It is about 20 metres (60 feet) long and up to 8 metres (25 feet) wide and still reaches a heigh of about 1.5 metres (5 feet).
At the east end are two portal stones. CANMORE states that they still stand, but one is now fallen.
1/16 Approaching the cairn from the south.
2/16 Looking west.
3/16 Looking east. The red yardstick stands about 5 feet 8 inches tall.
4/16 One of the collapsed chambers.
5/16 Looking east.
6/16 Another collapsed chamber.
7/16 The west end of the cairn, looking south.
8/16 The centre of the cairn, looking south.
9/16 The east end of the cairn, looking west, with portal stones and a possible forecourt.
10/16 The east end of the cairn, looking north.
11/16 The centre of the cairn, looking southeast.
12/16 The centre of the cairn, looking northwest.
13/16 Another collapsed chamber.
14/16 The portal stones from the cairn, looking east.
15/16 The northerly portal stone, looking southeast.
16/16 Looking south.