On one side is a badly-weathered cross.
On the other side is a second weathered cross, with the faint traces of a warrior figure at the base of the shaft.
It originally stood at NN 9153 5925 but was moved when the River Tummel was flooded to form the hydro-electric reservoir of Loch Faskally.
It measures 1.22 metres in height and is thought to date to the 7th century.
Where is Priest's Stone?
Alternative names for Priest's Stone