Benarty Hill

A hill rising to 356m (1168 feet), to the south of Loch Leven in Perth and Kinross Council Area, Benarty forms a long ridge separating that region from Fife. Known locally as the 'sleeping giant', its summit is capped by quartz-dolerite rocks. An outlier called Vane Hill forms part of the RSPB Vane Farm Nature Reserve.

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