CC BY-SA, © Richard Webb
Partway along the West Highland Way there is a large and sprawling stone cairn. According to legend the first cairn here was built by MacDonald clansmen pursuing a group of Campbells after the 1645 Battle of Inverlochy. This marked the spot where they stopped the chase and turned for home. At the same time they erected a small standing stone.
According to tradition, for centuries afterwards whenever a Campbell passed the site they would remove a stone from the cairn and knock down the standing stone. A MacDonald would add a stone to the cairn and re-erect the standing stone. Eventually, in the twentieth century, a Campbell who was living locally demolished both, throwing the standing stone into a deep pool. Eventually, under pressure, he was forced to reassemble the cairn, but the standing stone was lost forever.
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