Binny Craig

(Binny Crag)

A notable landmark of West Lothian, Binny Craig (sometimes Binny Crag) rises to 220m (725 feet) 1¼ miles (2 km) north northwest of Uphall. A spectacular example of a crag-and-tail feature, formed as a result of the action of glaciers, the hill presents a steep cliff-face (the crag) to the west, while offering a more gentle slope (the tail) which extends a half-mile (1 km) to the east.

Binny Craig was said to have once been the haunt of fairies.

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