The Law can be seen for miles around and sticks up quite oddly in the middle of an otherwise fairly flat area. There are various routes you can choose to get to the top with varying amounts of difficulty. Whichever you choose, you can expect to spend an hour or two going up, enjoying the views and going down again. It's free which is always a bonus and when we went, the fairly newly installed ponies were wandering around quite happily near the main pathways. I'm told they can be quite shy so we were lucky there. At the top you now have a replica of the famous whale jaw bone (the original needed to be taken away as it was suffering after 100 years of weather) plus a few derilict buildings. On a clear day you can see for miles and get some great photos although it's also worth a go when it's a bit windy or even light rain if you fancy a bit of drama!
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