Winter

The Misty Law in my native Kilmacolm, which forms part of Clyde Muirshiel Country Park. Feel free to correct me on this point, but I believe this hill may well straddle the county boundary between Renfrewshire and Ayrshire. Bleak, perhaps, but that's what you get when you live on moorland.

Standing at 1,673 feet it is officially classed as a mountain, albeit a small one by Scottish standards. Entertainingly enough, mountains of his height in the British Isles can be classed as 'Marilyns' - which some wag invented as a term contrasting to the more familiar 'Munro'.
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