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Lomond Hills

| Near Falkland, Falkland, Scotland
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“steep climb” (3 reviews)
“lovely walk” (4 reviews)
“trig point” (3 reviews)
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| Near Falkland, Falkland, Scotland

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Fantastic food at really low prices you can't lick it. However the paint work could do with a lick after the ceiling was sprayed with something from a plate or from a fight. I would have given 5 stars but the decor needs to be...More

Thank Widzy
Reviewed 24 May 2017

Having seen the sign to East Lomond Car Park, we decided to investigate and what we found was a car park with a path that enabled us to walk up to the top of East Lomand Hill. The climb was a good walk and at...More

Thank Alexander M
Reviewed 6 May 2017 via mobile

I have summited both west and east lomond hills in the past but mainly explore the area nowadays for its wildlife and long calming walks. The best place to begin (if you drive) is from Craigmead car park which pretty much gives you access to...More

Thank Rokiisun
Reviewed 26 March 2017 via mobile

We climbed east lomond hill on a sunny saturday and it was brilliant! It is very steep! Im fit but there were moments where i was like i cant breathe lol but the end is always in sight which keeps you going. We got up...More

Thank localgal123
Reviewed 25 March 2017

If you park at the top car park about 2kms out of Falkland you have really not much of a climb to make it to the top of one of the Lomond hills. Easy paths and fantastic views make for great walks. Can get busy...More

Thank pedro00
Reviewed 7 November 2016

The road out of Falkland takes you up and over the Lomond hills and is a colourful drive in the autumn with the changes to the trees. Over the top provides a view over the Forth and a glass studio by Kathryn is a friendly...More

Thank David T
Reviewed 13 August 2016 via mobile

Best way in my opinion to tackle east Lomomd hill is from the car pack by Falkland school. Follow the trail to Mapsie Den and you will be rewarded with pretty foot bridges, babbling burn and waterfall. Absolutely beautiful and a gentle climb up to...More

Thank Sarah W
Reviewed 16 July 2016

Nice gentle walks with our dog. Nothing to strenuous, hills or woods and finish at the Pillars of Hercules

1  Thank Peter C
Reviewed 28 June 2016

The top of the East Lomond Hill is relatively easy to reach and once there the views across East Central Scotland are amazing. A pedestal is in place at the top with an etched map identifying relevant topographical features. It must be mentioned that a...More

2  Thank alistairfyffe
Reviewed 20 June 2016

We have climbed this hill twice now. We begin in Falkland, heading up next to the old factory. It's a tough hike up through the trees, but it's lovely. There's a whole field of blue flowers. Then there are steps, and then you scramble up...More

Thank catherinemD8726BP
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Campbells Coffee House and Eatery
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Pillars of Hercules
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.56 miles away
Lomond Tavern
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.79 miles away
The Hayloft Tearoom
108 reviews
.81 miles away
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Falkland Palace & Garden
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Maspie House Gallery
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