A large cairn 62 x 58 high, of river boulders, lies 430 yds. W. by S. from Tongue How Ordnance Cairn, and is situated in relation to 3 groups of enclosures. The first enclosure is composed of wall foundations 5 thick with an entrance on the east side - it contains 3 hut circles, and has 4 thick walling running towards the centre from the west side. The second group consists of 4 circular enclosures connected by low stony mounds, the main enclosure having been hollowed out of the moor, and is surrounding by stone wall remains. On the north side an orthostat lined depression forms an entrance way from a well worn sunken track. Within the enclosure on the west side is a modern walled enclosure or sheepfold, which appears to rest on earlier foundations. The third group consists of three enclosures bounded by well marked wall foundations. On the slope below the 3 groups of enclosures, are extensive remains of terraced cultivation. The cairns centre has been cleared to ground level, leaving a broad ring of loose stone, 1.5 metres high, used as a sheep shelter. Groups A & B are as described, but on the SE side of the third group, the enclosure is differently constructed from the rest being perfectly circular with a solid, earth-packed, stone-faced wall and seems to be the foundation of a quite formal building as opposed to the others which suggest the remains of quite rudimentary huts. All features but the cairn and hollow (1.3 metres deep) are slight, and as the hill side is marshy and heavily reed-grown, indications of terracing are not conclusively agricultural (Claris, P.D. 1984).OA North 2009. This site is a duplicate of NT SMR 24399. See that entry for a full description.