Eildon Hill, Scottish Borders.
Eildon Hill lies to the south of Melrose in the Scottish Borders.
The name is usually pluralised into the Eildon Hills because of a triple peak.
The tallest of the peaks is 1.385 feet (422m) high.
A bronze age hill fort here could have held a population of up to 6000, the biggest in Scotland from this period. It is thought that the hill was considered a holy place to the ancient people & is referred to in folklore as a "hollow hill" and is mentioned in the legend of Thomas the Rhymer.