Benbrake Hill

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Benbrake Hill
Quarry at Benbrake Hill - - 561323.jpg
Range: Galloway Hills
Summit: 1,024 feet NX227747

Benbrake Hill is a hill of 1,024 feet in Wigtownshire, at the western end of the Galloway Hills.

The hill is forested on its summit and its south slopes. Its wild beauty is somewhat spoilt however by quarrying. Benbrake may be considered a twin top with Wigtownshire's county top, Craigairie Fell, whose summit is a mile to the south and which reaches 1,050 feet.