Cairn K, the highest point on Carrowkeel Mountain. This photo is from 1911 when the cairn had just been opened. The 8 meter long passage opens into a beautiful cruciform chamber which is orented to Queen Maeve's cairn on Knocknarea.

Cairn A
Cairn B
Cairns C & D
Cairn F
Cairn G
Cairn H
Cairn K
Cairn L
Cairns M & N
Cairns O & P
The Caves of Kesh
Kesh Corran
Kesh Mythology
Kesh Cairn
Sections of Cairn F
More sections from F
Section of Cairn G
Astronomy at Cairn G
More astronomy
Sections & plans
Panorama from Carrowkeel

Cross slabs and High crosses





The Croagh Patrick Stone, right-hand recess, Cairn K.

Macalister & Praeger's plan and section of Cairn K.

Cairn L



Cairn K, covered with snow, gives a good idea of what the cairn would have looked like when it was covered in white quartz. The quartz chunks are long gone, for souviners, but the odd piece still shows up around the entrance.