Craik Moor fort - NT 8109 1908
No visible ditches immediately surround the camp. Its south wall is quite well preserved and up to 12 feet thick, with a core of tightly-packed stones faced on by masonry blocks. In other places the original walls can only be traced by lines of debris. This may be due to robbery – there is a modern drystone wall adjoining the fort from the north – and the steep slopes around the fort that would swallow any collapse. It’s not clear where the entrance to the fort was, but inside there are two hut circles, each about 30 feet across.