At just 190m this is the highest hill in the north east of Fife. It is a very conspicuous landmark due to the presence of a large working quarry. The pink felsite quarried from here gives the hill its distinctive red glow when viewed from the south in the sun.
The scrubland summit is easily reached from the village of Balmullo to its south, via field tracks/paths. There are at least two possible routes up the southern slope (one on either side of the quarry) and neither of them are particularly strenuous.
An approach or descent via the northern side is highly recommended where the slopes are clad in attractive mixed woodland. There is a network of paths in the woods leading out on to the open heather and scrub hillside. There are smaller community woodland plantations in the area which can also be incorporated into a walk up the hill.
The summit itself is topped with a communications mast along with an OS trig point and a cairn which is built from bricks rather than stones.
Visit the Lucklaw Hill page on Fife Walking for more information on this hill.