Meikle Says Law is the highest point in the county of East Lothian, with an elevation of 535 m (1,755 ft). It is situated in the Lammermuir hills, a hill range forming a natural boundary between Lothian and the Borders.
The walk to the flat plateau of the summit starts from the minor road at Redstone Rig, just off the B6355. Here, a track leads to the hilltop, marked by a trig point.
Would you like to take on the challenge of climbing the highest hill top in every county?
Log your progress by submitting field reports
and share your adventures.
|535 m (1,755 ft)||Scotland||East Lothian / Berwickshire|
|gps_fixedLat/Lng||placeGrid Ref||mapOS Map|
|55.84700012,-2.67041960||NT 5812 6173||345: Lammermuir Hills|