At 497 m (1,631 ft), Innerdouny Hill was the highest point in the historic county of Kinross-shire. The hill forms part of the Ochil Hills and is the second highest after Ben Cleuch. The hills are bordered by the towns of Stirlingn, Alloa, Perth and Kinross.
The B934, with two parking areas close by, runs to the west of the hilltop. The hill side is covered in forest. A landrover track from the B934 rounds the nearby peak of Brunt Hill and brings to you the East of Innerdouny Hill. A trig point marks the summit.
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|497 m (1,631 ft)||Scotland||Kinross-shire|
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|56.24850082,-3.56325728||NO 0323 0731||369: Perth & Kinross|