|NS757985||2,070 x c.1,275 ft
(630 x c.390 m)
|Discovered on A.P.'s by Prof. J.K. St. Joseph and first reported in 1973, by 1977 Craigarnhall was mooted as a probable member of the so-called "63-Acre" camps. It is aligned east-west.|
There is another camp on the opposite bank of the River Tieth at Ochtertyre.