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Otherwise signposted as "castle on the hill" but also known as Ladyhill. Central Elgin viewpoint with statue of the Duke of Gordon and sparse castle remains.As a fort,King Duncan's retreat from Macbeth in 1040. Built as a castle by king David in 1130,captured by the...More
Having driven past this attraction for years and never visited, I decided to park and walk up it on a blustery afternoon.
A short walk to the top. A good view to be seen and helpful info signs explaining the history. Small remains of the...More
There are lovely gardens at the bottom of the steps beside two small cottages which mark the entrance to the monument steps. It's a short climb to the top but it's worth noting that the steps are quite steep (although there is a handrail for...More
Free access. Steep steps but worth the view from the top! Great photo opportunity for budding photographers. The sky and views across the town and beyond in all directions is phenomenal especially if you get the mix of rain clouds and sunshine we did. Not...More
When accessed from the high street you pass though lovely gardens, up a green and well maintained grassy hill to delightful views of Elgin and the surrounding countryside. On a clear dry day this is must see for all visitors to the area.