Callanish IV, known in Gaelic as Ceann Hulavig, overlooking Loch Ceann Hulavig, is an elipse of six stones.
Originally there may have been thirteen evenly spaced stones in the ring.
The remains of a cairn, about 6-1/2 feet in diameter, stands within the circle.
About Callanish IV
Megalithic Portal: Calanish IV (Ceann Hulavig)
Journey to Callanish IV
Callanish IV on the Isle of Lewis in the Western Isles of Scotland is located off of the B8011 (less than a mile south of the junction with the A858) and not far from the main Callanish Stones.
Ancient Scotland: Calanais IV
Stone Pages: Ceann Hulavig (Callanish IV)
Wikipedia: Callanish IV
Wikipedia: Stone Circle
Ordnance Survey Map (NB230304)
Visitors information may be found at the Calanais Visitor Centre website. General tourist information for the Isle of Lewis may be found on the Visit Hebrides website.
Additional Photos of Callanish IV
Two Upright Stones
Close-Up of Stone
Two Upright Stones and Remains of Cairn
Three Upright Stones