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Dinnie Stones lead image
Historic stones

Dinnie Stones

Known across the strength world, this pair of legendary ringed stones is known for their immense challenges.

Húsafell Stone lead image
Historic stones

Húsafell Stone

The legendary Icelandic stone used as a gate to a sheep pen.

Dritvík Stones lead image
Historic stones

Dritvík Stones

On the black beaches surrounding Dritvík there lies a ship wreck and four stones reminding us of the area's past as a fishing station.

Inver Stone lead image
Historic stones

Inver Stone

An oval shaped granite stone that once sat outside of a cottage next to the River Dee in Scotland. Arguably one of the most famous lifting stones.

Atlas Stones lead image
Other stones

Atlas Stones

The famous concrete balls lifted by Strongmen have a history rooted in Scottish stone lifting.

Puterach Stone lead image
Historic stones

Puterach Stone

This ancient test of loading the stone on the plinth was revived in 2011 when a replacement stone was found for the Pudrac plinth.

Dalwhinnie Stone lead image
Historic stones

Dalwhinnie Stone

The well-balanced stone sits in a village that has been a popular resting stop for travellers for hundreds of years.

Odd Haugen’s Tombstone lead image
Competition stones

Odd Haugen’s Tombstone

A huge, heavy, and awkward stone used at the Arnold Strongman Classic in the Stone to Shoulder event.

Saddlin' Mare lead image
Historic stones

Saddlin' Mare

A large plinth sits next to a road awaiting its saddle stone to be balanced on top.

Barevan Stone lead image
Historic stones

Barevan Stone

At the end of a stone grave in the ruins of a church sits the Barevan Stone. But why is it there?