Grey Cairns of Camster (Highlands) Reviews
Description:Watten Road, 5 mi north of Lybster, Near Wick, Highlands. One of the remaining examples of prehistoric stone cairns in ... more
Newest Review: ... the round cairn, lies 200m to the left and is 18m in diameter. Nobody really knows what they were used for but experts believe them to be ceremonial burial chambers and the stage area would have been used to host said ceremonies. You can get to both of the cairns by the means of a wooden walk way, and please make use of this. Not only do they protect the flora and fauna, they also protect ... more
Customer Grey Cairns of Camster (Highlands) Reviews (1)
by - written on 07/08/01, updated on 07/08/01 (Very useful, 196 readings)
After waking up one weary morning and finding myself in wick, a friend asked me if i wanted to go and look at hamster cages!....Well, being slightly deaf and very tired i though that's what he had said, when infact he had asked me if i wanted to go and see the camster cairns!! Now for those not in the know, the Grey Cairns of Campster (as they are officially known) lie on Watten Road outside wick 5mls north of Lybster. From Wick you follow the A99 (A9 from everywhere else) south for Lybster after which the site is signposted. 2 miles north of Camster there is a turning on the right, if you take this and travel for about 4-5 miles you will come across a ... Read the complete review
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