White Cow Wood Cairn
White Cow Wood Cairn
Remains of a medium-sized cairn in a wooded plantation. The original cairn was just over 14 metres across and about 3 metres high. Many of the cairn stones have been removed, and some are in a heap to the east of the cairn.
Kerb stones remain around the cairn exterior. Within the cairn space is a recangular chamber bounded by 3 standing stones and a cover slab (there were originally 5 stones but 2 have disappeared). The tallest of the 3 standing stones is only about 0.5 metres high (about 1.5 foot). The kerb stones were graded in height, a feature found in the Clava Cairn style of burials.

Other prehistoric sites in the same area include Aikey Brae Stone Circle, Loudon Wood Stone Circle, and Berrybrae Stone Circle.