From the access track, several very low stones, barely poking above the earth were evident. Also apparent were several moss covered tree stumps, which confused the picture somewhat, as it was necessary to determine which were stones and which were stumps. It was quite tricky to make out the stone row, which didn't seem that straight to me.
From the circle a stone row progresses through a cairn and cairn circle, and towards the forest track. Two small stones on the south side of the stone circle mark the entrance of the row into the circle. Not including these stones the row consists of 16 recumbent stones or stones barely poking through the earth (including one quartzy stone near the forest track) and only 5 standing stones. The cairn, surrounded by a cairn circle, is 9 metres away from the stone circle. As with all the sites in the area a wooden marker post exists here, near the forest track (labelled 1D, 2D & 3D).