Walk: Norman's Law fae Luthrie

Fife | Ochil Hills | Half day walk | ★★★

[Approaching Norman's Law from the east]

Norman's Law only stands 285 metres above the Firth of Tay, but it's the highest hill in northern Fife, topped with trig point, view indicator and iron-age hill fort. Pheasant shooting may create a noisy backdrop to visits on winter weekends, but doesn't detract from the superb views along the length of the estuary and south to the Lomond Hills. Much of the Cairngorms, West and Central Highlands are also visible on a clear day - notably Schiehallion.

[Cows watch on at Lower Luthrie Farm, near the start]

📌 Walk: Norman's Law fae Luthrie ★★★
Start / finish in Luthrie village centre (street parking), G.R.: NO 331196 ///hurricane.hill.struts

▶ 6 km / 4 mi | ▲ 290 m | ⌚ Half a day | Moderate
Features: △ Norman's Law (285 m, sub-2000')
Terrain: Tracks as far as Black Craig, churned by cows in places, then path to summit.

Route & map

Start - Emily Wood - Carphin Farm - fork right off track just north of Black Craig - bealach at G.R.: NO 310201 - Norman's Law - return by outward route

Route credit: Scotland Off the Beaten Track
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On our visit

Wildlife: Pair of short-eared owls hunting around the summit, fox amongst a field of sheep, cows
Weather: Dull and overcast with a few spots of rain on descent; just above freezing with little wind. The faintest trace of snow on some northeastern aspects near the summit, with a full covering on higher hills above about 400 m.

[There are excellent summit views, especially over the Firth of Tay]


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