Arbor Low
Neolithic/Bronze Age Henge and Stone Circle
Southwest of Bakewell, Derbyshire  OS Map Ref SK16036355
OS Maps - Landranger 119 (Buxton & Matlock), Explorer OL24 (The Peak District - White Peak Area)




Click and drag your mouse in the picture to scroll around the countryside surrounding Arbor Low. The panorama is taken from the southern bank of the henge with the initial view looking north across the oval of fallen stones. Scrolling to the left a low earth avenue is just about visible heading off towards a small clump of trees with distant hills beyond. Gib Hill barrow stands a short distance to the right of these trees and also has the same hills behind it. Scrolling right from the circle the southeastern causeway passing over the ditch is clearly visible as is a later damaged round barrow that can be seen superimposed on the bank just above the entrance. A fallen stone in the foreground may represent an entrance stone.

Main Arbor Low page.


Arbor Low panorama 1 - View from the centre of the henge.

Note: This page uses a small Java applet to power the panorama, if no image appears in the frame above then you either don't have Java installed or have it switched off or blocked from running in your browser.


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