The image top is of the B1347 road that runs
up to North Berwick from the National Museum of Flight 5
There is a Cart Track that winds its way
around the Hill all the way to the top. There
are Signs from the Car Par pointing round the
northwest side where you pick up the Trail to
There are a number of Steeper Routes to the
top leading off the Cart Track, some rocky and
slippery in the rain. You are supposed to stay
on the Cart Track to avoid Erosion.
Dogs are to be kept on Lead as there are a
number of Horses on the Hill, even right at the
The Summit has remains of an Iron Age Hill
1709 - an Arch made of a Whale's Jawbone was
erected on the top of the Hill.
1800s early - the Building, now a ruin,
close to the top, was used as a Lookout during
the Napoleonic War.