Knock Hill is the 3rd highest hill in Fife and with its plethora of communications masts, an obvious landmark in west Fife. It sits close to its smaller neighbour Saline Hill, separated from it by a boggy coll.
There are actually three listed hill summits in the range, as Easter Cairn to the east of the main Saline Hill summit (Mid Cairn) is also recognised as a hill in its own right (source: Database of British and Irish Hills). At 364m, Knock Hill has the distinction of being the 3rd highest hill in Fife! Saline Hill (Mid Cairn) makes it into 4th place at 359m and Easter Cairn lays claim to the 6th place with 355m summit.
The three hills together make a good day out though be warned the coll between Knock Hill and Easter Cairn is very wet and boggy! Knock Hill by itself is easily ascended from the east using the access track for the communications masts on its summit. Saline Hill and Easter Cairn can be approached from the south where new deer gates (openable) have replaced old walls/fences for easier access.
Check out the Saline Hill and Knock Hill page on Fife Walking for details of all three hills.