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Broad Law

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Broad Law is the highest hill in the Borders to the east side of the M74. Its gently mossy slopes are topped with an air traffic beacon, a radio tower and other paraphenalia.

 You have not climbed Broad Law.

Region: Borders

Altitude: 840 metres

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Detailed route description and map

Broad Law, Cramalt Craig and Dollar Law

Other routes and challenges

Broad Law can be climbed as a quick up-and-down from the Megget Stone as described in the ascent above. However continuing as that route describes along the ridge, taking in Cramalt Craig and Dollar Law makes for a more satisfying outing.

Walker-friendly accommodation in the area

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Panoramic summit view (click to open)




Users' walk reports for Broad Law

There are 1029 Walkhighlanders who have climbed Broad Law. They have contributed 30 public walk reports including this summit. . These are ordered below with the most popular ones first. The rightmost column shows how many summits were included in their report, which may help you to find the most relevant reports.

Title AuthorDate walked LikesHills
  11/10/2014  9 C2
  23/11/2013  9 C1
  12/07/2014  7 C3G9S1
  21/12/2013  3 C3
  04/03/2012  3 C1
  21/05/2017  2 C3
  26/08/2016  2 C3G2
  31/05/2009  2 C1
  29/07/2016  1 C1
  08/03/2015  1 C1
  02/06/2013  1 C1
  26/08/2012  1 C1
  12/04/2012  1 C1
  28/05/2018  0 C1
  17/08/2017  0 C1
  10/02/2017  0 C1
  07/05/2016  0 C1
  11/07/2015  0 C1
  05/08/2014  0 C1
  10/04/2014  0 C3
  15/06/2013  0 C1
  12/12/2012  0 C1
  11/08/2012  0 C1
  03/07/2012  0 C1
  16/04/2012  0 C1
  18/03/2012  0 C1
  08/03/2012  0 C1
  27/08/2011  0 C1
  26/02/2011  0 C1
  20/12/2009  0 C1

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