Routin Lynn rock art

Northumberland | Lowick | Rock art | ★★

[Routin Lynn rock art]

It turns out that an obscure road junction between Lowick and Milfield is right next door to not just one, but two interesting sights. As well as Routin Lynn waterfall, a rocky outcrop in trees to the north is covered in neolithic cup and ring marks. Several of the biggest and clearest symbols can immediately be made out, but lichen growth and centuries of weathering undoubtedly obscure dozens of others. Indeed, some sources claim that there are hundreds of markings to be found, so take your time.

[Routin Lynn rock art]

Location & info

📌 Routin Lynn rock art ★★
Off minor road 3 mi southwest of Lowick, G.R.: NT 984367 ///bats.that.collapsed
Always open | Free

💬 Park near the road junction immediately to the south. Walk northeast along the road for a very short distance before a path on the left leads through trees to the nearby rock outcrop.

[Routin Lynn rock art]

[Routin Lynn rock art]


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