|NY 60725 11595 (GPS 40min)||Diameter 4.5m x 3.4m (Meas.)|
|Visited September 2000||No magnetic anomalies|
White Hag stands on the slopes of Crosby
Ravensworth Fell 3.5km SSW of the village of Crosby Ravensworth, its nearest
megalithic neighbour is the concentric rings of Oddendale some 2km to the
The ring here is oval, 4.5m NW-SE and 3.4m NE-SW, and is comprised of 11 stones of pink granite, all seem to be fallen and there was no sign of size grading. With a small diameter and closely spaced stones, this is certainly a candidate for a kerb circle, but several of the stones seem to be the wrong shape for cairn kerbs, and no trace of an internal mound was apparent.
About 5.5m SSE of the circle is an outlier, this is the largest stone at the site and has a smooth slablike appearance. Four more outlying stones sit in a roughly rectangular group 3.9m WNW of the circle and divided from it by a trackway.