When I came here last year, I walked along the other side of the canal. I remember a plaque there that informed visitors that this stone monument had been rediscovered very recently, and that, even after having consulted all the old maps and plans they had, the National Trust people did not know what this place actually was for or what the meaning of the monument was.
We saw many rabbits near the dense hedges, but they were far too quick for my camera most of the time.
Through the gate, you reach apath leading to Studley Roger, and from there, we went back the same way we had come.
My next - short - post will explain why you'll have to wait a while until I'll be back with more from our holiday in Yorkshire.