Largo Law, from Upper Largo

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Largo Law - the eroded plug of an ancient volcano - rises sharply above the farmland and fields of eastern Fife. It is a superb viewpoint, though the ascent is very steep. A sign advises that dogs are not permitted on the hill by the farmer between March to November (due to the presence of cattle), and should be kept on a lead / under close control due to sheep at other times.


Rough path, some sections can be very muddy. The hill section is steep and can be very slippery, particularly in descent.

Public Transport

Bus to Upper Largo.


Parking area beside the cemetery on North Feus from Upper / Kirkton of Largo. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

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