A survey of the Kilsyth Hills started in November 2105. This work has been instigated now that the large Glen Lochay survey is coming to an end and thus there will be gaps in the year between other proposed surveys, such as Tiree, when little or no fieldwork will take place.

The Kilsyth Hills are noted for their extensive areas of rig but two small ‘shieling’ groups have been found above the old head dykes. Other features include millstone extraction sites and the deserted farmstead of Drumtrocher.

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