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Dungavel, Lamington and Goseland Hills

Dungavel, Lamington and Goseland Hills


Postby Silverhill » Mon Apr 05, 2021 9:28 am

Sub 2000' hills included on this walk: Dungavel Hill, Goseland Hill, Lamington Hill

Date walked: 21/02/2021

Time taken: 4 hours

Distance: 14.1 km

Ascent: 799m

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Dungavel Hill, 3.8k, 273m, 1 hour

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Inquisitive sheep

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Climbed over the wall and followed the fence uphill

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Dungavel trig and Tinto

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View over the Clyde Valley

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Tinto

Lamington Hill, 6.5k, 305m, 2 hours

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Lamington Parish church

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Left on the way up

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Summit Lamington Hill

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Dungavel Hill and Tinto across the Clyde Valley

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Quick peek at the ford and footbridge

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Lamington burn from the woodland track

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Holy Trinity Chapel

Goseland Hill, 3.75k, 221m, 1hour

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Sheep convention at the cairn of Cleuch Hill

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Summit Goseland Hill

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