4 of 5 (4 votes)

North Berwick Law

A leisurely walk (low hills and fells (below 600m)) in East Lothian, Scotland, about 2.39km (1.49 mi) long with an estimated walking time of about 0:45. It is unsuitable for families with children, prams & pushchairs, wheelchairs.
Elevation Profile
Gain 96m (314ft)
Loss 108m (354ft)
Max. Elevation 120m (393ft)
Elevation (total) 204m (668ft)
Start & End
North berwick
Distance 2.39km
(1.49mi)
Duration ~0:45
Difficulty  
Leisurely
Created by ST3V10 on 09 Nov 2007
From the station walk south and up hill using the A198, as far as the traffic lights on Law Road where you turn right. Keep going up hill you will be able to see the Law in front of you. Once you are in the car park you continue south through a gate/style the path to the top is easy to keep to, But you can find lots of short scrambling sections off the path on the south side of this mini mountain.

Walk Functions

Share

Nearby Walks

The John Muir Way - Dunbar to North Berwick

★★★★★ ★★★★★
A moderate, linear walk (countryside) starting in East Lothian, Scotland, about 18.67km (11.60 mi) long, duration: ~4:45h.

Dunbar coastal

★★★★★ ★★★★★
A leisurely, circular walk (coast) starting in East Lothian, Scotland, about 5.29km (3.29 mi) long, duration: ~1:15h.

Largo Law

★★★★★ ★★★★★
A leisurely, linear walk (low hills and fells (below 600m)) starting in Fife, Scotland, about 5.26km (3.27 mi) long, duration: ~2:00h.

Walk Map

Waypoints

OS Grid NT546851
From the station, walk south and uphill using the A198, as far as the traffic lights on Law Road, where you turn right. Keep going uphill and you will be able to see the Law in front of you.
North Berwick Law About 1.27 km (~0.79 miles) from
OS Grid NT555842
Once you are in the car park you continue south through a gate/style. The path to the top is easy to keep to, but you can find lots of short scrambling sections off the path on the south side of this mini mountain.
Back to town About 1.12 km (~0.7 miles) from
OS Grid NT553853
Head back to North Berwick for a cup of tea or a pint.

What do you think?

Comment Headline
Comment
Your Name
Your Email
What does the image (right) show?
(Starts with "B" and ends with "ackpack")
Loading...