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Lammermuir Hills

Lammermuir Hills in East Lothian, looking North-West
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Lammermuir Hills in East Lothian, looking North-West

A significant range of hills which form the southern boundary of East Lothian. The highest point is Meikle Says Law, at 535m (1755 feet). These rolling hills rise from the plains of East Lothian and run down into the Scottish Borders, representing a change in geology along the Southern Upland Fault. They link with the Moorfoot Hills in the west, and run to the coast between St. Abbs Head and Cockburnspath.


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