Set out from Norfolk this morning and decided to break the journey in the Southern Uplands. Durisdeer wasn't too far out of my way, so I parked up off the road near the little cemetery and took the very obvious track beside it.
I chose to walk up Wedder Law first before retracing my steps and ascending Scaw'd Law and Ballencleuch Law before retracing my steps over Scaw'd Law and returning to Durisdeer.
A very quiet and pleasant walk. I saw, perhaps, three or four people all afternoon, and none to speak to.
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