A couple of miles northeast of Crieff in Perthshire, this circle has been described as a cairn circle, kerb circle and a stone circle.
J.G.Callander described it as a type of burial monument where the cairn is dispensed with, leaving only the circle.
A cist inside the circle contained the burnt remains of an adult and a child.
Nine stones form the circle, seventeen feet in diameter, although there may have been as many as fifteen stones originally. The top of the southeast stone has been heavily decorated with cup marks and dumbell shapes.
An outlier, very close to the circle, has also been heavily decorated with cups and cup-and-ring marks.
1/7 Looking east across the circle. The three larger stones nearest the camera have been likened to the recumbent and flankers of recumbent stone circles.
2/7 Looking south. The large prostrate outlier can be seen slightly behind and to the right of the circle.
3/7 Looking northwest. The large stone nearest the camera is heavily decorated in its top surface. The outlier lies behind and to the left of the circle. The yardstick in the background is six feet tall.
4/7 The top of the decorated stone.
5/7 Detail of some of the decoration on the outlier.
6/7 Detail of some of the decoration on the outlier.
7/7 Detail of some of the decoration on the outlier.