Caher Ballykinvarga is a large stone fort built of large stone blocks -- three to five feet in length. Internally, it is approximately 160 by 130 feet. It is notable for its two sets of chevaux-de-frise stones to stop outside attacks.
Caher Ballykinvarga's wall consists of three sections and is as much as 15 feet high in some places.
About Caher Ballykinvarga
Megalithic Portal: Caher Ballykinvarga
Journey to Caher Ballykinvarga
Caher Ballykinvarga is located in the Burren north of the village of Noughaval on side roads from the town of Kilfenora, County Clare, Ireland.
County Clare Library: Ballykinvarga Fort
Wikipedia: Ring Fort
Wikipedia: The Burren
Ordnance Survey Map (R201946)
Visitors information for Caher Ballykinvarga may be found at the geograph.ie website. General tourist information may be found at the Visit the Burren website.
Additional Photos of Caher Ballykinvarga
Approaching Caher Ballykinvarga
Caher Ballykinvarga Showing Chevaux de frise in Front