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Name:Largo Law
Hill number:1672
Height:290m / 951ft
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
County/UA:Fife (UA)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (North)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (200-299m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NO 42707 04973
Summit feature:trig point
Col:93m  NO292046  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 59
(1:25k) 370 371S
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 230 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Straight forward hill notwithstanding muddy tracks and tailend of Storm Denis. Don't waste your time looking for a trailhead from the south and the A915. Both access tracks to Thistle Cottage and Alltbeag clearly say 'Private no public access'. So start like everybody else from the south west parking between the cemetery and school on North Feus. Path well signed to Chesterstone were you go round the farm buildings to the west and north to reach the foot of the hill and steep ascent to first false summit. Slight descent and reascent takes you to the summit and trig pillar. visited high ground to west on return route just in case. Back the same way.SteveSmith17/02/2020
A wee trek with Deankojak28/12/2019
From the cemetery car park in Upper Largo. Path clearly signposted through the farm and then a steep climb to the summit. With JT and HT.Sprog22/10/2019
#666 Standard route from the cemetery, very windy!tim74711/10/2019
From Upper Largo cemetery on well signposted paths.Winterfloodian24/08/2019
Parking is between the cemetary and the school, NO422036. Signposted path to Chesterstone Farm (long wet grass), around the farm on its L, to the rear, and up a green lonning. At the top of the lonning, an extension of the track 45 deg L, offers potential promise of a zig-zag climb - which does not materialise - I found myself on steep, (deep and wet) grass, with tiny toe-holds, as challenging as anything on Ailsa Craig. It is better to stay on the indistinct, but less steep, 'path' directly up the slope ahead. This was very slippery on the way down. No view in the horizontal rain.Isbjorn24/06/2019
From the cemetery, on a waymarked path through Chesterstone Farm.jonglew05/06/2019
Climbed with Tim. Glorious views from summit.Skerryvore23/03/2019
With Billy from cemetery car parkDanmawr26/12/2018
Largo Law Hill Racequadbarrel17/11/2018
From Upper Largo Cemetery CP with Sam.ChrisR25/10/2018
Quick up and back from the cemetery.Fred Windsor11/09/2018
Short but hot climb on a sunny June afternoon.summitter23/06/2018
From cemetery. 50 minute round trip. Trying out new boots. Blistered heal before I started was quite painful when plaster came off.Longwojo11/06/2018
My first Marilyn after my new hip. Quite a steep onetallblond26/03/2018
From Upper Largo - cemetery car park.BLACKHILL22/03/2018
From cemetery CP. xmas day walk - pouring rain and muddy as hell, but good to get out for some air.Crib Goch25/12/2017
Third visit to this hill, usual route from the graveyard. I then dropped down east to visit Craig RockColin Crawford04/12/2017
A lovely first walk of the day, after a night at the splendid Largo Hotel. Great views. The usual route from the cemetery, there's a feeling of GOML and please stick to the footpath in Fife,Gill09/11/2017
From the cemetery.Chris Peart25/10/2017
With Dave and Jo on very windy, sunny day. Up and down from cemetery. Field mushrooms. Rounsfell02/10/2017
From cemetery at NO423037.summitsup27/09/2017
With Paul Record from white farm house at end of private farm track with kind permission from the chatty lay there and her friendly little terrier who sadly caught a young bunny rabbit while we were blethering.vegibagger30/08/2017
With D, from cemetery car parkDanmawr16/07/2017
From burial ground via marked route, as most people. It's a route that certainly doesn't avoid the hill's steepness. Good views of where last night's snow fell- S Uplands to Pentlands, quite low down. Traffic chaos on news M9 etc- just like when it snows in England!! 1st of 4 Ma today.pwheeler21/03/2017
Up the marked route from the cemetery. Easy descent by returning to col below summit and turning left on buggy track and picking up small path round hill and back to gate at NO 42728 04474.Lionel Bidwell02/10/2016
Evening walk from the cemetry in Upper Largo. Well marked path, albeit steep climb. Fine views up the Forth. At 778th Marilyn it marks the half way point...down hill all the way. HahaN.Morters07/09/2016
Reached summit at 5.40pm after short stiff ascent from the graveyardsignyred31/07/2016
The usual route from the cemetery past Chesterstone Farm. A cloudy damp morning with no view from summit.Windy Corner24/07/2016
Weather fair.MountainMac23/07/2016
Cemetery start, easy path, steep slope and walking pole's would be handy, with Irene.Hutchie10/06/2016
Good parking at the Cemetery (422037). A well sign posted route taking an hour return. Steep slope but done in dry conditions on this solo walk.bolton10/05/2016
A great early morning walk from the cemy in wintry conditions.jenx30/11/2015
With Jenx from the cemetery. Very straightforward, no issues underfoot even after the rain and snow on ground. Marked path all way through the farm and fields. 60 mins enough to complete. Fine views.nordicstar30/11/2015
Solo trip. Very steep, quite tricky even in dry conditions. Doesn't take long though.Invicta1401/10/2015
Straightforward walk from the cemetery car park in Upper Largo, fortunately the ground was fairly dry, so no problems on the steep bits.martin_hall02/11/2014
parked at cemetery followed path to farm then up hill to summit.robertphillips25/10/2014
From cemetery (09:55) along track to farm then steeply up through gorse and more easily to summit. Weather fair, good view. Finish 10:00dbb14/08/2014
Good path from cemetaryAndrewFinnimore04/09/2013
Steeper than I was expecting, but pleasant enough walk.nickywood104/07/2013
mud heapThearlaichdubh27/12/2012
Parked in the village and made my way via the cemetery and farm to the top.Play2End26/10/2012
The access point for Largo Law is NO422037, the track beside Upper Largo cemetery. It's an arduous little climb; the path up the hill's flank is loose and very steep and an accident on the descent is almost inevitable. 45 mins to the summit.johnabutler225/04/2011
Dry, calm, sunny, hot, good views. Can be very muddy when wet.iangalbraith15/08/2010
Did a quick walk up with Mike Stevenson. Good views of Fife. Enjoyed it.iandesbottes14/05/2010
From Largo cemetary to S. Been very wet for a month so done in wellies. Ideal footwear around farm, not so good on steep slippery track through gorse bushes higher up! Trig on top.Aye Jimmy24/11/2009
Parked at cemetery and followed many locals to the top on a lovely hot summers day with great views of the Firth Of Forth.Dugswell206/08/2009
No other recorded date found, but many prior ascents.Topographer5710/07/2009