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4 Mountain Peaks to explore in South Lanarkshire

South Lanarkshire

South Lanarkshire is one of 32 unitary authorities of Scotland. It borders the south-east of the City of Glasgow and contains some of Greater Glasgow's suburbs, also containing many towns and villages. It was flourished with so many tourist attractions and also you can spend some good time there.

Culter Fell
Culter FellCulter Fell, Biggar ML12 6QB, UK

Culter Fell is the highest of the Culter Hills: a sprawling mass of grassy summits stretching along the Scottish Borders / Lanarkshire boundary between Biggar and the M74. It is the culmination of a network of ridges that lie south of the village of Coulter, close to the town of Biggar. The slope is smooth and dry, the vegetation is short, and although there is no constructed footpath, helpful steps have been cut by the boots of previous climbers.

Green Lowther
Green LowtherGreen Lowther, Biggar ML12 6XW, UK

Green Lowther is a hill in the Lowther Hills range, part of the Southern Uplands of Scotland. It is the highest point of the Lowther Hills and lies in Lanarkshire, east of the town of Sanquhar. A microwave array once stood at the summit, however a telecommunications mast remains next to a transmitter station. The private service road which makes its way up neighbouring Lowther Hill, continuing over Green Trough to the summit is the second highest paved road in Britain after Great Dun Fell in the

Lowther Hill
Lowther HillLowther Hill, Biggar ML12 6XW, UK

Lowther Hill is a high mountain peak at an elevation of 728m above the sea level, located on the border between Lanarkshire and Dumfries and Galloway, in Scotland. It's one of the highest roads of the country. It’s a deserted area without any motorized traffic. This road is popular with hillwalkers and cyclists, using it as a means of easy access to the top of the hill or for recreation.

Tinto
TintoTinto, Biggar ML12 6HT, UK

Tinto is an isolated hill in the Southern Uplands of Scotland. It comprises little more than one top, which stands on the west bank of the River Clyde, some 8 kilometres west of Biggar. The peak is also called "Tinto Tap", with the name Tinto possibly deriving from the Scottish Gaelic word teinnteach, meaning "fiery", which may refer to its ancient past as a look out beacon. Further known as the "Hill of Fire" it is also suggested exposed red hue felsite rock visible in many places on the hill h

Map of Mountain Peaks to explore in South Lanarkshire