Strathfinella Hill

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Strathfinella Hill
Strathfinella Hill - - 114934.jpg
Summit: 1,358 feet NO693787
56°53’57"N, 2°30’18"W

Strathfinella Hill is a long hill at the edge of the flat plain of the Howe o' the Mearns, in Kincardineshire - the hill marks the abrupt finish of the Howe. The old county town, the vanished burgh of Kincardine, sat at its foot.

Much of the hill is forested. At its summit is a trig pillar, incongruously placed in the middle of the wood without sight lines.

Summit trig point