At a break in slope of a prominent spur overlooking the Dunnyboe Burn. The oval rath is defined by a platform surmounted by a bank which encloses an area 22.5m N-S x 28m E-W. Although discontinuous, the bank survives best to N, where it is 2.5m wide, 0.75m high internally & 2m high externally. Otherwise, the bank is 0.5m high, but to W, the external height increases to 3.5m in response to the natural slope. A 4m wide gap in the bank at NE with a ramped access up the platform may be an original entrance.
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