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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The views from the top are fantastic on a good day. The walk up the Lomond hills from the town is not for the faint hearted however. It is a bit of a climb and you have to be reasonably fit if you want to...More

Thank Brian M
Reviewed July 4, 2018 via mobile

Drove up to the car park by the radio masts on the side of East Lomond. Drive up is up narrow road with passing places. If all you do (or are able to do) is visit the car park, it’s well worth it for the...More

1  Thank Douglas E
Reviewed May 28, 2018

Where to begin with this one. Awesome is the key word. If like me your an outdoors person you just have to head for the hills. Arriving by bus on the number 37 takes you into the Pitcairn center at the foot of East Lomond....More

1  Thank scottrolland
Reviewed May 27, 2018

The Lomond hill and its sister Falkland hill are the most prominant feature in Fife. If you want to walk them both then I would sugest you park in between them at the Lomond carpark which can be accesed from Leslie or Falkland. By parking...More

Thank berglas71
Reviewed March 28, 2018 via mobile

Long access road to the picnic area, access road was potholed as was the picnic area which was especially bad

Thank Ian M
Reviewed October 25, 2017

We visited on a windy day: but visibility was quite good. We walked to the top of the West Lomond from the car park on the nearby road. The path is about 2.5 miles, and is very good, not steep, except for the last 200...More

Thank mrcox21
Reviewed October 6, 2017 via mobile

Took my husband and friends up the Falkland hill for the breathtaking views. Short 20 min walk. Historic Pictish site.

2  Thank Canuckrunamuck
Reviewed October 2, 2017

The trails are well marked and easy to follow. There are lovely views and lots of sheep. Watch your step!. Plenty of parking and easy access.

1  Thank David U
Reviewed September 21, 2017

Not the most spectacular high lands in Scotland but well worth the effort of a drive around with the benefit of a crafts lady selling her glasswork

Thank Andrew D
Reviewed September 13, 2017 via mobile

We've done this climb a few times since we moved into the area. Climbing the East and West Lomond hills on a fine day is a lovely way to spend a few hours, get some exercise and enjoy the views over East Fife to the...More

1  Thank TimBar505
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