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largo Law

largo Law


Postby loriwatson1 » Wed Feb 12, 2020 12:40 pm

Route description: Largo Law, from Upper Largo

Sub 2000' hills included on this walk: Largo Law

Date walked: 10/02/2020

Time taken: 1.5 hours

Distance: 3.25 km

Ascent: 290m

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Friday 10th February, lovely day ,lovely sunset.

I've been up largo many times but never realized there was a trig point :lol: , nice, easy local hill this week in case of storm.

must have parked up at Parking area beside the cemetery on North Feus from Upper / Kirkton of Largo about 3:30pm .
The path towards the farm was very muddy not suitable for trainers (lucky i'm not that silly) , mostly marshy and muddy land until you react the bottom of the hill.
The winds were getting stronger the further up you got start of storm Ciara i guess, easy walk steep all way. Must have only took us 30 mins to reach the top!

The view looking over fife with the amazing sunset was beautiful, brilliant easy hill if you are looking for a easy walk that week :)
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Re: largo Law

Postby Sgurr » Wed Feb 12, 2020 12:50 pm

Possibly because the trig point is on the second summit? Agree, super for sunsets.

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