Struie Hill, near Edderton

Struie Hill - a craggy hill topped by a radio transmitter - is a prominent feature in the landscape around the Dornoch Firth. The climb to its summit may be muddy at times, but it rewards with spectacular views over the firth, out of all proportion to the effort involved. Struie - at the opposite end of the ridge above the B9176 road - is a sub 2000 summit but is not visited on this route to the mast, which is the finer viewpoint.


Tarred track at first, then hill track and path, sometimes with very muddy sections.

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None to start.


Rheguile, near Edderton. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

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