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Burnmoor Stone Circle Cumbria

Welcome to the EDGE Guide to the stone circles of Cumbria.

Nearest Town: Whitehaven.
Location: NY 1702, Sheet 89.

Above the village of Boot, off the road over Hardknott Pass and not far from Dalegarth Station the eastern terminus of the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway are five stone circles known collectively as Burnmoor.

Brat's Hill is the largest of them at 96ft/30m in diameter and is accessible from the path from Boot. Further up Eskdale Moor are the two twin circles of White Moss and Low Longrigg.

A map of stone circles in the Lake District and Cumbria.