Chester Hill

A summit in the N Scottish Borders, Chester Hill rises to 230m (754 feet) on the right bank of the Lauder Burn, a half-mile (0.8 km) southwest of the settlement of Lauder. A hill-fort or ancient settlement lies at the top of the hill, which is referred to in some sources as Old Lauder. The Southern Upland Way crosses the hill close to its summit, passing a communications tower, while Lauder Golf Course extends to the south.

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