About ¾ mile further on (north-west) is the rugged and ruined stone circle at Eslie the Greater with good views of Clachnaben and Scolty Hill. This wide circle lies low, the flankers broken and five other stones dominated by the ringcairn which is well preserved and linked to the recumbent stone. The edges of the site are marred by later dykes to the north and east probably built from stones robbed out of the circle.