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The Campsies an overlooked treasure

The Campsies

In Central Scotland you can’t escape the Campsie Fells. Drive north on the M74 through post-industrial Lanarkshire and you’ll see them sprawling before you, with twin-topped Meikle Bin (1870ft) protruding in a jaunty manner to the east. From the Glasgow Queen Street-Edinburgh railway, the Campsies present a green but craggy front. Their slopes begin to rise less than ten miles from Scotland’s largest city. The heather moors where the Ballagan Burn rises are as wild and lonely a spot as you’ll find anywhere in Scotland yet they’re the same distance and direction from George Square as Walthamstow is from Central London

The late Tom Weir became the Campsies’ greatest champion

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