The monument consists of a horned long cairn on high ground in a forestry plantation.
The cairn lies along a slight ridge, with its axis from NNE-SSW. The total length, excluding the horns, is about 62m. The NE end consists
of a steep-sided mound about 22m in diameter and about 2m high. The
low cairn extending to the SW is about 12m wide. The height of this cairn increases from 0.8m at the base of the high mound to 1.2m at
the SW end. Down the centre of the cairn is a series of irregular hollows. A number of upright slabs are set transversely to the axis. There are traces of a horn on the SW end, but these have been
disturbed by forestry ploughing. A stone-built cist exists in the forecourt area to the SW of the cairn. This is undisturbed and
measures about 0.5m NNE-SSW by 0.52m NNW-SSE. The cap-stone has been removed during forestry ploughing in this area.
The area to be scheduled measures 95m SSW-NNE by 35m ESE-WNW, to
include the long cairn, the cist and an area around in which traces
of activities associated with the construction and use of the long
cairn and cist may survive, as shown in red on the attached plan.