This stone slab measures 1.9m tall by around 0.5m wide, and stands on top of a cairn. It has been set in concrete to stop it toppling. The stone is aligned ENE-WSW and has stunning views north over Strathmore.
Carved on the stone are Pictish symbols – at the top is an animal which may be a wolf, bear or even a badger, below which is a double-disc and Z-rod, and at the bottom a mirror and comb symbol (click here to learn more about this stone’s Pictish history).
It’s tempting to look at how close this stone is to the county border between Angus and Perthshire and read some significance into that.
Where is High Keillor?
Alternative names for High Keillor