Kirroughtree's Larg Hill ('White') Trail

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When the Scots find a name they like, they tend to use it liberally. Thus in Galloway, there are no fewer than three mountains sharing the name 'Cairnsmore'. Similarly, several hills are named 'Larg', two of which are within sight of each other; confusingly, one Larg 'Hill' is actually a mountain of over 2,000ft!

Set within the Galloway Forest Park, this attractive route encircles a more modest, wooded Larg Hill on a level track before descending to beautiful Big Bruntis Loch. An optional further downhill stretch alongside the busy Bruntis Burn leads to the many facilities at the new Kirroughtree Visitor Centre. The return leg keeps company with the 'yellow' route through more open country to reach the finish at Angler's Car Park.

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Scotland - South Scotland - Dumfries and Galloway - Galloway Forest Park


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