This stone is part of a wider complex of standing stones (comprising Dunruchan A, Dunruchan B, Dunruchan D, Dunruchan E and Dunruchan F). This stone is of some significance as all the other stones can be seen from this one. It is a massive stone which may originally have been taller than Dunruchan A – it leans at quite an angle, but it’s tip is still 2.84 above the ground.
Where is Dunruchan C?
Alternative names for Dunruchan C
Aodann Mhor; Cornoch; Craigneich; Shillinghill