Rising to a height of 174 metres, Dundee Law’s summit is the highest point in the city, but easily accessed on foot, by bus or car.
Enjoy 360° panoramic views over the city centre, River Tay, Fife, Perthshire, the Sidlaw Hills and beyond.
The Law was used as Iron Age hillfort and prehistoric graves dating to about 1500 BC have been uncovered on its slopes. Roman pottery dating from the 1st century AD has also been discovered. Today there are pleasant woodland walks around the Law with lots of benches and information explaining the views and history. For a challenge, try the signed walking trail "Town to Top" from Dundee City Square to the summit.
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