Standing at 322 m (1,056 ft), Craigairie Fell was the historic county top of Wigtownshire, standing close to the border of Ayrshire. The summit is in the midst of a pine forest and wind farm and forms the Galloway Hills, part of the Southern Uplands.
The Southern Upland Way, a 214-mile trail, recognised as being Britain’s first coast to coast long distance footpath, leads directly over the hilltop. Although, the nearest road to reach the top can be made by coming off from the B7027 and making your way along narrow roads to Polbae.
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|322 m (1,056 ft)||Scotland||Wigtownshire|
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|55.02610016,-4.76111296||NX 2360 7366||310: Glenluce & Kirkcowan|