Category:Ochil Hills

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English: The Ochil Hills (from the Old Welsh uchel meaning 'high') is a range of hills in Scotland north of the Forth valley bordered by the towns of Stirling, Alloa, Kinross and Perth. The only major roads crossing the hills pass through Glen Devon/Glen Eagles and Glenfarg, the latter now largely replaced except for local traffic by the M90 Edinburgh-Perth motorway cutting through the eastern foothills. The hills are part of a Devonian lava extrusion whose appearance today is largely due to the Ochil Fault which results in the southern face of the hills forming an escarpment. The plateau is undulating with no prominent peak, the highest point being Ben Cleuch at 721m The south-flowing burns have cut deep ravines including Dollar Glen, Silver Glen and Alva Glen, often only passable with the aid of wooden walkways.
中文: 奥克尔山(Ochil Hills)是一位於 苏格兰境內的山脉,地處福斯河之北,最高的本克鲁峰(Ben Cleuch)高721米。奥克尔山麓有杜拉蒂利库特-{里}-阿罗威史特靈等四镇。名胜有十四世纪末建于杜拉山谷的坎伯古堡(Castle Campbell)。
Ochil Hills 
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Instance of mountain range
Location Stirling, United Kingdom
Mountain range
Elevation above sea level
  • 721 metre
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56° 13′ 43″ N, 3° 40′ 01″ W

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