This is very hard to find if you are walking from the nine maidens across the moor, but if you are driving then there is a small car park just past the Lanyon Farm tea rooms where you then have to walk up a track looking out for a stile on the right that is marked. The stones themselves are not tall but very interesting to see. If you go back to the track you can either go back the car park or walk a bit further up to see the standing stone in a field on the left that has faint carvings on it. Not far from the farm I first mentioned is the Lanyon Quoit which you can see from the road and I was able to stand under it was that tall.
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