The Stones are located two and half days ride, southeast of Glenfled. They are in the rolling hills of the highlands, just outside the boundries of the Harwood Forest.
The Stones consist of three circles of monolithic cut granet.
The outer circle is made up of three sets of seven stones, about five feet in height, three feet wide, and two feet thick. They are evenly set apart, with more than enough room for a grown man to walk between them.
The second ring in consists of five pairs of standing stones nine feet tall with a two foot capping stone, bridging each pair. There is just enough room between the paired stones for a man to turn sideways and squeeze through, but there is plenty of room to move between the five sets.
The center ring consists of towering monoliths of blue veined granet, standing 17 feet tall and forming a rough triangle. At nine feet wide and three feet thick, they do not touch at the corners, but leave an open space and access to the center bed stone. This is a flat stone of five foot length, standing three and half feet tall, and three feet wide.
The majority of the outer stones are covered in pictographs and various symbols. What they mean, none can truly say. The five pairs seems to be clean of imagry. The center three also look free of images on the outer facings, but there are carvings etched into the stone’s inner facings.
The bed stone has three round holes carved through the rock. They are round and smooth, and evenly spaced at the right, center, and left.
The whole structure is found upon a perfectly rounded hill, surrounded by a moated dip in the land. There is a single causeway crossing the moated area to the center hill. This runs in the direction of the forest that grows to one edge of the bowl and the recognized entrance.
Rumors of the site include Briarfrost meeting with a coven of druids to gain the power to cast out the Tusk. Others claim the Tusk used the site for making sacrafices to their gods. Some say the spirits of those who died there can still be felt. Those found worthy by the spirits might be granted boons, while those found wanting are cursed. It is believed that there are still druids controling the local forest and using the site for their rituals. Thus, it’s general upkeep.