A quick solo bolt up the Law straight after a Scottish Orienteering League race on Gullane Bents. Followed the path all the way, but for distraction, there's plenty of lumps and crags higher up! The whalebone arch and trig point are memorable monuments at the top.
Waited in the car park for a big shower to pass, so it was dry and sunny, but really windy at the top!
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