Blackhope Scar has an elevation of 651 m (2,135 ft). It is the highest point in the county of Midlothian. The hill is situated in the Moorfoot Hills, a range of hills located to the south of Edinburgh. The government has designated this section as a Special Area of Conservation.
A popular route to the summit can be found from the nearby Gladhouse Reservoir. A trig point is situated at the top of the hill next to a fence.
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|651 m (2,135 ft)||Scotland||Midlothian|
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|55.72359848,-3.09169754||NT 3152 4833||337: Peebles & Innerleithen|