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Conic Hill

Highland Boundary Fault from Conic Hill
©2016 Gazetteer for Scotland

Highland Boundary Fault from Conic Hill

An elongated hill of W Stirling, Conic Hill lies on the Highland Boundary Fault, which gives it its shape, a mile (1.5 km) northeast of Balmaha and Loch Lomond. The hill comprises multiple summits along a ridge, the highest rising to 361m (1184 feet). The West Highland Way loops around the northern flank of the hill.

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