Dunsinane and King's Seat, Collace

This short hillwalk climbs up first to Dunsinane - made famous by Shakespeare's MacBeth - before continuing on a rough heather ridge out to King's Seat. There are excellent views throughout.


Grassy hill path on climb up to Dunsinane, then rougher going on intermittent paths with some sections across deep heather.

Public Transport

None to start.


Parking at road bend just southeast of Collace. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

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