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Annandale Way Monument

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Annandale Way Monument

Caption - The north end of the Annandale Way is marked by this cairn, at the head of the Tweedhope Burn. In the distance is the Crown of Scotland, supposedly named for its location as a meeting place for Robert the Bruce and James Douglas, the 'Black Douglas', in 1306.

Walk 2280 : Hart Fell & Whitehope Heights

Photographer : Robert Struthers

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Dumfries and Galloway

Dumfries and Galloway is located in south-west Scotland and shares a short border with England. The area has a lengthy coastline including along the Solway Firth. Inland there are ranges of hills including Merrick the highest hill rising to 843 metres above sea level. Long distance footpaths include the Southern Upland Way.

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