Camus's Stone
Camus's Stone
A solitary standing stone, about 1.75 metres high, composed of a mix of quartz with mica and schist. On the north face of the stone are well preseved cup and ring carvings. The name of the stone is traditionally said to commemorate a victory of Malcolm II over a Danish force under a leader named Camus.
Camus's Stone can be found just off the B9012 up a track to Inverugie. Stop at the steading and the stone is in a copse of tress just beyond.

According to OS maps there is a burial cairn a very short way north of Inverugie, a few minutes walk from the stone. While you are in the area it is worthwhile to stop at the old 14th century ruined kirk in Duffus.