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Stirling is renowned as the Gateway to the Highlands and is generally regarded as occupying a strategic position at the point where the flatter, largely undulating Scottish Lowlands meet the rugged slopes of the Highlands along the Highland Boundary Fault. The starkness of this contrast is evidenced by the many hills and mountains of the lower Highlands such as Ben Vorlich and Ben Ledi which can be seen to the northwest of the city. On the other hand, the Carse of Stirling, stretching to the west and east of the city, is one of the flattest and most agriculturally productive expanses of land in the whole of Scotland.
Population 19,919 Recognized Landmarks
Council Area Dunbartonshire Dumbarton Castle
Dumbarton Rock
Levengrove Park
The Denny Civic Theatre
Overtoun House
Average High Temperature 13.2¡ãC
Average Low Temperature 5.2¡ãC
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Area Code 01389
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The best known is Dumyat which is easily accessible and offers superb views over Stirling and the Forth Valley. Fast running burns have carved out deep, half hidden valleys and the steep face of the hills is intersected by a series of rich, wooded glens: Alva Glen; Silver Glen ( one mile East of Alva ); Mill Glen ( Tillicoultry ) and Dollar Glen.
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