May 1st 2013
A quick trip up to the cairn at Skeagh today.
There's plenty of space to park by the forestry entrance and an easy track heading up through the forestry which passes the large cairn on the hill's summit.
The cairn sits in a begrudgingly small clearance, enclosed by pines on three sides. A further two ring barrows and another cairn are now lost in the dense forestry. All four once sat in a line North-South and this must have once been an important site. It's significance lost in the modern ladscape.
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