Nearby is this stone circle. A sign attached to the fence that surrounds the field indicates that the 4m high tall stone was erected in 1994 at the same time as the other tall stone that is now lying on the ground. The circle sits within a fosse, which is unusual for Cork's stone circles.
The circle consists of five standing and six fallen stones. The diameter here is 4.5m.
The area here is quite rich in megalithic monuments, with a wedge tomb nearby and another stone circle to the south, which I'd already unsuccessfully spent valuable time looking for. Alas, I had to carry on to Mallow, but maybe I'll come back to Glantane East another day.