Clune Craig or The Clune, on the south of Loch Ore, was undisturbed during Lochoreā€™s mining past. It is made up volcanic dolerite or whinstone, a hard rock often used for making roads. The Clune is an important site because of its variety of wildlife, including rare Small Pearl-Bordered Fritillary butterflies and Coralroot Orchid. The area is rich in archaeological features dating back to the Bronze Age; these include hut circles and animal enclosures.