|My Scottish hiking boots from Inverness -- my favorite souvenir :)|
Located east of Inverness, the Clava Cairns are a small, but impressive collection of tombs. They are not alone either. Around FIFTY similar burial grounds are in and around Inverness, though most are smaller and on private land. This particular one has three Bronze Age cairns, including an interesting "keyhole" shaped structure made of stacked stones in a circle with a center access point left open.
There is nothing particularly special about the location and the cairns are just off to the side in what seems like a small, everyday national park. (It is maintained by Historic Scotland). When we were there in November, we saw one other duet of tourists, but were otherwise alone. It was not creepy, but it was certainly cool.