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Good hill walk

Park at Birthwood and walk along road to left over cattle grid then take hill path just beyond... read more

Reviewed 10 August 2017
jeanette605
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Biggar, United Kingdom
Clost to Tinto without Tinto's crowds.

A great hill, with great views that can be a half day walk or a full day out depending on how you... read more

Reviewed 1 June 2016
chasmac_11
,
Wishaw
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Reviewed 10 August 2017

Park at Birthwood and walk along road to left over cattle grid then take hill path just beyond sheep pens. Quite steep following the shooting buts but well worth the view from the top, at the Trig point head right down towards the Reservoir (no...More

Thank jeanette605
Reviewed 1 June 2016

A great hill, with great views that can be a half day walk or a full day out depending on how you feel. Easy half day up and down the same way or follow the fence down and walk out via the reservoir. Full day...More

1  Thank chasmac_11
Reviewed 2 May 2016

Handsome hills with lovely views; not too arduous for an elderly relative, handy for lunch in Biggar.

Thank EalingKate
Reviewed 27 September 2015

wow wow wow what a view from top the getting there was the juicy bit NSD WHEN U are at the top and look down on to my old homw town of biggar

1  Thank DISABLEDchukky
Reviewed 4 July 2014

You have to to do this if you;ve managed tinto. It's slightly steeper initially but like a Ben Lomand tapers off in the middle to give you that much needed breather. Go climb it this week end.

Thank Sanny929
Reviewed 12 March 2014

A challenging but very achievable hill, as long as it is not too windy. Lots of alternatives round about if the hill itself is too much

1  Thank Brian C
Reviewed 19 October 2012

For those used to hill walking, Culter Fell at 748 metres/2454 feet is classed as a “Graham” and will probably form part of a circuit of neighbouring hills in the same trip. For those venturing out occasionally on the hills it is higher and steeper...More

12  Thank Rantin rover
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