Partly because they are in the same general area people might do as we did and visit this neolithic stone circle as well as Castlerigg. The latter is much more like the typical monument and has an isolated feel about it. Long Meg though sits in lush countryside, near a farm. We were wandering around it in the company of cows, who didn't seem to mind. It's a large circle on a sloping site, cut through by the farm road. An interesting mystery and well worth the trip.
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