Arbory Hill

A summit of South Lanarkshire, Arbory Hill rises to 429m (1407 feet) a mile (1.5 km) east northeast of Abington. The remains of a well-preserved Iron-Age hill-fort crowns the hill, comprising a walled enclosure and huts circles surrounded by a double rampart. The village of Abington, River Clyde, the A74(M) motorway and main-line railway are all squeezed into the narrow valley to the west.

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