Cloughmore Stone is also referred to and known as “The Big Stone” – which is also the translation for the Irish word Cloughmore – and it is a huge granite boulder which was found about 1,000 feet above the village of Rostrevor, on a relatively flat area of Silurian metasedimentary rock on the side of Slieve Martin that overlooks Carlingford Lough and the Cooling Peninsula in county Lough – so this means that you are not only going to see this old stone that is standing there, but you will also get the chance to receive a great view as well from up there.

 

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