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<b>Dunsapie</b>Posted by BigSweetieImage © Andy Sweet
Nearest Town:Edinburgh (4km WNW)
OS Ref (GB):   NT28177316 / Sheet: 66
Latitude:55° 56' 45.64" N
Longitude:   3° 9' 0.91" W

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We climbed here yesterday, and while there's not much to be seen in terms of antiquities - save for well-disguised remnants of the fort's wall - the views are fantastic.

Although it sits within the shadow of it's much larger neighbour Arthur's Seat which blocks the view to the west and south-west, there are extensive and wide-ranging views north to West Lomond Hill and east to Traprain Law and Berwick Law.
BigSweetie Posted by BigSweetie
23rd September 2013ce


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Extensive description of the fort.
thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
22nd December 2010ce
Edited 2nd January 2011ce