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Normans Law

Group: Kinross & Ochil
Date: Sunday 28 May 2006
Start gridref: NO325193
Start time: Unknown
Distance: 7 miles
Longer description: Starting on farm track between fields, then grass, rock and heather, with a short, stiff climb (optional!) to the summit and panoramic views over Tayside and Fife. Note: No dogs please. Children welcome if fit.
Contact phone: 01592 840451
Local grade: C+
Meeting Info: Ramblers Association Scotland Car Park, Kingfisher House, Auld Mart Business Park, Milnathort at 9.15 a.m. or Luthrie at 10.00 a.m.

sunrise 05:01
sunset 20:53


Information about the organising Group

(CF14) Kinross & Ochil Group

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Phone: 01577 866813
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General Note

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