The Lomond Hills are my ultimate ‘Happy Place‘ in Fife, partly because they are the closest thing to mountains, and partly because the open moorland reminds me so much of West Cornwall.
Another feature of the Lomond Hills is the views, which from East and West Lomond Hills, and Bishop’s Hill, are quite spectacular. The three photographs below from East Lomond or Falkland Hill.
There is a lane between the two main Lomond Hills, which is easy to follow and reasonably flat, but the two walks up either hill are fairly strenuous.
The photograph below is from the top of West Lomond Hill.
The two remaining photos are of some clouds (the Lomond Hills often are a great place to ‘weather watch’ in Fife), and some heather/bilberry which is commonly found on the hills.