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Spinans Hill ( by ryaner)

Published: May 20, 2024 23:34

The Spinans Hill Iron Age Hillfort complex comprises two hillforts; one on Spinans Hill itself and the other on Brusselstown Hill, both reputedly encompassed in a lower, massive fortification surrounding the two with a circumference of about 5 kilometres.…

Den Wood ( by thelonious)

Published: May 19, 2024 07:28

16/05/2024 - A sunny day trip to House of Dun near Montrose. It's a lovely walk up the Den of Dun with just a little clamber up a slope at the end to see this nice small stone with 14 cup marks.

Millmoan Hill ( by markj99)

Published: May 18, 2024 09:45

Directions to Millmoan Hill Cairn There is a minor junction off the A77 at NX 0820 7530, c. 80 yards SW of the Dupin Farm junction on the Glen App straight. There is room for one car to park at the locked gate. It is the start of a forest track winding…

Millmoan Hill ( by markj99)

Published: May 18, 2024 07:56

Visited 16.05.24 Millmoan Hill Cairn is an isolated site surrounded by forestry, c. 1 mile E of Glen App church in South Ayrshire. A large sheepfold has been constructed round the cairn using original stones, leaving the W arc clear. A line of scattered…

Dun Na Doide ( by drewbhoy)

Published: May 15, 2024 08:31

Just to the north of Doide (a small house) there is a suitable place to park near concrete structures used for agriculture, handy, because it is between the hill fort at Dun Na Doide to the south and the dun / fort at Dun A' Chaisteil to the north. For…

Dartmoor: Bronze Age burial chamber to be excavated (News by drewbhoy)

Published: May 14, 2024 11:45

Dartmoor National Park Authority is to spend Ă‚ÂŁ90,000 excavating what experts believe is a Bronze Age burial chamber. More info :