Craig a Barns

A forest-covered craggy hill in Strath Tay, Perth and Kinross, Craig a Barns rises to 337m (1105 feet) above the River Tay to the northwest of Dunkeld. In the 18th century tree seed was scattered amongst the crags with the aid of a cannon. The rocking stane is a large glacial erratic on its northwestern slopes.

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