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Stone Circle Killin

Killin, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, Scotland
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Nice but in a farmer's field

The place is just a few hundred meters from the falls... It is accessible via an open gate. The... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Wandering-Will-55
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London, United Kingdom
Hidden Gem in a small village

Not easy to find, but if you do you will be rewarded with a quiet meadow and ancient stone circles... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
StevenJOak
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Huntington Beach, California
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Killin, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, Scotland
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Reviewed 2 days ago

The place is just a few hundred meters from the falls... It is accessible via an open gate. The stones are interesting but there's no explanation (but no cost, either).

Thank Wandering-Will-55
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Not easy to find, but if you do you will be rewarded with a quiet meadow and ancient stone circles. Really cool place and much better than the big attractions like Stonehenge. It is much smaller, but you will be the only one there!

Thank StevenJOak
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I'm pretty good with directions. I even had a (poorly drawn) map from our hotel. But OMG! We must have tried for an hour to find these stones. I was not going to give up though. We had even been told...you will think you can't...More

Thank sageum
Reviewed 7 May 2017

If it was America, there would be neon signs and concession stands. However, it is Scotland and the stones are untouched with Cows and Sheep grazing around them.

Thank christopher d
Reviewed 27 April 2017

We enjoyed the spectacular walk around Killin's outskirts, to the castle, banks of Loch Tay, the river and missed the stones. They are so small we didn't spy them in the field. Watch out for them

1  Thank nordicqueen2
Reviewed 22 April 2017

Based on previous reviews we decided to have a go at finding this stone circle. We had a very enjoyable tiny adventure. The instructions by a fellow trip advisor here were excellent; would recommend writing them down beforehand as there are several stone pillars to...More

1  Thank zubbiz
Reviewed 18 April 2017

We visited the Stone Circle in Killin early evening on Saturday the 15th April. We parked up in a free car park, in the village, and set about looking for it. Having done a bit of homework before we arrived we had a fairly good...More

1  Thank thetravellingmanUk
Reviewed 5 December 2016

It was very hard to find it. To say the truth we have passed it twice. Sadly, but only one sign to the direction of the circle is in Killin. Then You have to navigate by Yourself. The circle stands in the private field, but...More

3  Thank Rimgaudas B
Reviewed 27 November 2016

quiet, spiritual place, in a field with cows but so beautiful, gives a special feeling standing between these stones that are probably here since centuries. make sure to make a left turn on the road between the bridge and the pub leaving <killin>

3  Thank 2016sarra
Reviewed 1 November 2016

Really beautiful site, has an atmosphere about it. The landowner is very accepting of visitors to the circle as long as people respect when there are cattle or silage crops growing and keep the gate shut. There is an electric fence but this does not...More

2  Thank Sue R
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Liz J
can you give me the history on how they got there etc?
10 July 2016|
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Response from BohoChick | Reviewed this property |
I read that these are dated from the Bronze Age and there are other similar stone circles in western Scotland but have no idea how and why they are there. Possibly a Pagan worship site?
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