Looked like a great day but only fancied a short walk so decided on Benarty Hill overlooking Loch Leven. Used the route described here - its straightforward. Initial cardio workout up the steps (noted the emergency telephone number fixed to the bench near the top of them ), then a gentle stroll through the heather following a very well-worn path to the first top - Seamark - with its great views over glorious Kelty.....err.....then on to the trig point and wondeful vistas over the Loch.
Worth it for this view!
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