Dundurn - St Fillans Hill

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Dundurn is a small but steep isolated rocky knoll, the site of a Pictish fort as well as the cell of Saint Fillan. It offers fine views and provides an interesting place to explore from the village to which Fillan gave his name.


Easy lanes lead to the foot of Dundurn but the final field is extremely boggy. The ascent itself has only a very faint path and is steep and rugged.

Public Transport

Bus stops in St Fillans.


Layby near Four Seasons Hotel, St Fillans. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

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