The 572-foot peak is argued by some to be Dundee's most distinctive landmark and is an enduring attraction for visitors and locals. Having been formed by a long extinct volcano around 400 million years ago the 'Law' was central to Dundee's defences for thousands of years. It was used as a hill-fort during the Iron-Age and holds prehistoric graves uncovered over the years and a point of interest to those interested in artefacts of the Roman Empire.
Recent investment has lead to the construction of a stylishly observation point offering spectacular views extending on a clear day almost 45 miles over the city to Fife, Perthshire and the Sidlaw Hills.
For more information visit www.dundeecity.gov.uk/cofd/law