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Name:Little Bin
Hill number:12817
Height:443m / 1453ft
Parent (Ma):1657  Meikle Bin
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
County/UA:Stirling (UA)
Class:Tump (400-499m)
Grid ref:NS 67171 82887
Summit feature:no feature
Col:369m  NS666829  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 57 64
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 24 users)ByDate of Ascent
On my own while the rest of GHC did the Marilyn. Choose a route up through the forest. Not too bad but was glad to see daylight. Windy day.Play2End13/01/2019
From signpost 15. We had just come from Meikle Bin, from which a reasonable route could be seen: Google satellite also shows where the big gaps are. Down and up were both steep and awkward but hey, we're all used to that.Pete R12/01/2019
Down Meikle Bin, across burn and up through gap in the forestry.summitter20/08/2018
from parking opp todholes, track up to col then along edge of trees between LB and MB final push through the trees.robertphillips02/07/2018
From Todholes CP, taking the track from signpost 15 that runs between the two Bins. A hundred yards or so after the col, it is possible to cross the valley fairly easily, outflanking the trees on Little Bin by making for the ridgeline and walking a short distance North to the summit. Returning by the main car park makes a pleasant circuit of the reservoir.Nick Down126/06/2018
From Todholes. Jog/walk up to col. Path from post 15 to Main Car Park, no use, apart from a view of trees, as deep valley to stream soon forms. Some crawling required both up and down, so can't have found the easiest line.Minto07/05/2017
From Todholes. To top of track then E through trees some awful some good breaks.chrisbien14/04/2017
Forest road from Todholes, then track to 'Main Car Park' rather overgrown, across gully to south side of LB and steep grass over remains of tree-felling (not recent).neimcv25/08/2016
M J O. From todholes ar park towards Meikle Bin then between 2 hills and up. Clearance area in trees. Natural tree regen stRting on summit area.Martin6605/06/2016
Kilsyth/Garrel Hill/Little Bin/Cort-ma-Law E Top/Cort-ma-Law/Campsie Glen: ascended Little Bin from a little southeast of the col with Meikle Bin (where there is a sizable gap in the trees on both hills).campagvelocet07/08/2014
From nr Todholes, en route to Meikle Bin with Fiona.agentmancuso18/02/1996
Colin Crawford11/11/2013