An extinct volcano formed around 400 million years ago, the 572-foot peak is the city's most distinctive landmark and an enduring attraction for visitors and locals. Central to Dundee’s defences for thousands of years, the Law was used as Iron Age hillfort and prehistoric graves dating to about 1500 BC have been uncovered on its slopes. Roman pottery dating from the 1st century AD has also been discovered.

A disabled access guide is available for this park which can be viewed on the AccessAble website.

Available Activities: 
Walking
Images: 
The Law
The Law
The Law
The Law