West Lomond, with an elevation of 522 m (1,713 ft), is the highest point
in the county of Fife. Its ridge is located above an escarpment, this makes the peaks of both West Lomond and its neighbour East Lomond visible for miles around.
The summit can be climbed from the car park located at Craigmead on Falkland-Leslie road. A solid trail leads you just to below the summit. On the summit, you can find the remains of an Iron Age Hillfort.
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|522 m (1,713 ft)||Scotland||Fife|
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|56.24549866,-3.29686983||NO 1973 0663||370: Glenrothes North, Falkland & Lomond Hills|