The Balnuaran of Clava, or Clava Cairns, is set attractively in a wooded area with three cairns, two of them with a passage to a central clearing in the cairn. Standing stones are arranged round the cairns. Clava is near Inverness, a little way off the road running east from Inverness to the site of the Culloden battlefield. There are cup and ring marks at the entrance to one of the passagewayed cairns, and on one of the kerbstones of the cairn nearest the entrance to the site.
In late 1999 a Belgian tourist took a rock from the site. He mailed it back to the Inverness tourist board after suffering several family misfortunes, which just goes to show... (Guardian newspaper, 19 January 2000, BBC News)