Doune

Dunblane, Stirling
Standing Stones
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.


Share

Nearby Sites:

Doune Castle

Castle.

2km away.

View site

University of Stirling

Standing Stone.

6km away.

View site

Airthrey Castle Stone

Standing Stone.

7km away.

View site

Sherrifmuir

Stone Row.

7km away.

View site