There are some 30 panels of carved outcrop on Weetwood Moor with an array of elaborate, circular designs. There is a high proportion of penannulars (i.e. gapped rings) in the rock art of Weetwood Moor. Whilst on the moor, you can also visit a reinstated cairn, part of which was excavated by Stan Beckensall in 1982. Thirty-eight carved cobbles were recovered from the mound; more than from any other excavated mound in Northumberland. A carved kerbed stone boulder marks the location of the cairn. Weetwood Moor was not always covered with trees and bushes.
Please note that the owner of the land has now [January 2013] advised that access to this land, as private property, may no longer be possible without his specific permission and hence you may not be able to visit these sites.