List of hill forts in Scotland

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Dunadd, Kilmartin, Argyll
Tap o'Noth, Aberdeenshire

This page lists hill forts in Scotland. There are 1,695 in the country.[1] Hill forts typically date from the Bronze and Iron Ages. Typically, they only survive as earthworks today, although remains of vitrified forts are found throughout Scotland.

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Aberdeenshire[edit]

Angus[edit]

Argyll and Bute[edit]

Clackmannanshire[edit]

Dumfries and Galloway[edit]

East Lothian[edit]

Chesters Hill Fort, East Lothian
Traprain Law, East Lothian

City of Edinburgh[edit]

Fife[edit]

Highland[edit]

Midlothian[edit]

Moray[edit]




Perth And Kinross[edit]

  • Moncreiff Hillhttps://www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/visiting-woods/wood-information/moncreiffe-hill/

Scottish Borders[edit]

South Lanarkshire[edit]

Stirling[edit]

West Dunbartonshire[edit]

West Lothian[edit]

Kite aerial photo of Peace Knowe Hillfort

Western Isles[edit]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

  1. ^ Morris, Steven (21 June 2017). "Hill fort hotspots in UK and Ireland mapped for first time in online atlas". The Guardian.