Altoir Ultach is a tomb used as a Mass Rock in penal times. It is said to be named from an Ulster priest, Fr. Ultach, who served the mass there in the eighteenth century because the nearest magistrates were more tolerant than those of the north.
Continue to follow the track as it takes a wide sweep left - but then crosses a stile perched high on a dry ditch on your right. After crossing the stile the loop descends through a field to join an old laneway. Turn left here.