The Pathfoot Stone is around 2.8 metres in height and stands on an embankment by a roadside within the grounds of the University of Stirling. At some point in history the stone broke into three pieces but has now been re-erected.
The village of Pathfoot grew up around the stone but was cleared away by the owners of the Airthrey Castle estate in the 19th century.
Around 900 metres to the east is the Airthrey Stone.
Alternative names for Pathfoot Stone
University of Stirling