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Name:Dumgoyne
Hill number:12822
Height:427m / 1401ft
Parent (Ma):1656  Earl's Seat
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
County/UA:Stirling (UA)
Catchment:Leven (Dumbarton)
Class:Tump (400-499m)
(Tu,4)
Grid ref:NS 54156 82764
Summit feature:ground 2m E of standing stone
Drop:83m
Col:344m  NS542829  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 57 64
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 133 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Dumgoyne, Earl's Seat, Clachertyfarlie Knowes and Dumfoyne (respectively) from the Distillery layby.summitsup29/04/2019
Very steep ascent. Slippy and muddy on descent. Windy at summit. Clear with great views. continued to Earl's Seat and back by bypass traverse, steep last section. Lovely day.Langbank 26/11/2018
2of3: From A81 Jn North of Distillery.ChrisR17/10/2018
From A81- very limited parking space. Up track past Blairgar. With Gavin.Dangerous Dave25/02/2018
Dumgoyne and dumfoyn from layby near distillery A81 first of the new year.robertphillips01/01/2018
Earl's Seat, Clachertyfarlie Knowes, Dunfoyn and Dumgoyne on a cold, crisp, freezing day. Brilliant views north and south.Chris Mac01/12/2017
After Earl's Seat with Colin Crawford.Chris Peart18/11/2017
Parked in small layby near start of track. Straight up path through fields to open hill side. Path traverses S, then up the west ridge. On to Dumfoyn, better to head N then NW reach the col.Minto07/07/2017
1/3 (Drumgoyne/Earl's Seat/Corse Hill)Fergalh29/05/2017
From the layby next to Dumgoyne distillery. A very nice hill. Alan Moore02/05/2017
A circuit of Dumgoyne and Dumfoyn in a sunny interlude on a dreich weekend. Parked by the distillery.Path over Pipe Track to summit, then along the Earl's Seat path, until a track branches right to Dumfoyn. A steep descent to a path SE then S by a wooded glen to the Pipe Track. Enjoyable providing you could stay upright on steep slippery slopes - which I did most, but not all, the time.Nick Down119/03/2017
Walked from the Distillery in the rain, met a hillwalking cat! No view, still good steep scrambly fun, will be back on a nicer day to include Earl's Seat.Chris Mac18/09/2016
From Blanefield via the 'Pipe Track', a route often whizzed past on the way north. Easy gradient to Cantywheery then through gate to hill path that peters out between Dumfoyn and Dumgoyne.neimcv15/08/2016
Along with Earl's Seat. Very popular even on a cold, wet day.Stevend124/01/2016
Walked from Ballikinrain to Killearn Via Jock’s Cairn, Earl’s Seat (578m), Slakdhu (496m) and Dumgoyne (427m)honey badger17/01/2016
Round and up the back with Alexander for some scrambling practice.agentmancuso29/12/2015
From the Distillery, N of Dumgoyne to Garloch, across to Clachertyfarlie Knowes, back via Dumfoyne & Dumgoyne. Howling wind, very mild.agentmancuso19/12/2015
With Jenx for 1000th Marilyn. Usual route up from distillery taking track to LHS and field to open fell. Skirted North side of Dumgoyne to gain summit ridge. Back over the Donsld Dewey top and Dumgoyne. Great weather.nordicstar22/04/2015
Sunny and warm, nice lunch in the Beechtrees after. Easy wee hill, good views.iangalbraith22/04/2015
With Peter during Glasgow tripnix_snilloc04/04/2015
Ascended twice on ascent and descent of Earl's Seat in snow. Ascent from distillery a slog, but cloud cleared just as summit reached so great views over Glasgow. Mud made descent potentially hazardous due to being very slippery.quadbarrel21/02/2015
From lay-by on A875 near Dumgoyne distillery. Bagged on the way to Earl's seat.marktrengove17/09/2011
Bagged on the way to Earl's Seat after parking in lay-by on A875 near Dumgoyne distillery.Dugswell229/08/2010
SoloUisdean2528/08/2010
Ascended from the distillery on the way to Earl's Seat.JohnW19/04/2010
With PG SN KN SGJohnIvor07/02/2009
with Brian Allanlittle al02/01/2009
Estimated date, from distillery. Can see it from my office. Also on 11/11/2016 from distillery on way to Earl's SeatThearlaichdubh01/07/2007
From distillery, a hill worth recording even if just a mere tump!Grinner01/04/2007
On the way to Earl's Seat.campagvelocet28/09/2006
Parked at distillery adding 3m to walk. On busy road past 2 crash sites to WDP around grassy gully steeply up W side of hill. To top at 11.00. to Earl's Seat.arranc18/05/2003
from GlengoyneTopographer5706/06/2001
Date is first visit. Notes from later...gorgeous hill, volcanic plug, rescent est 75m from contours. classic route from distillery to W, earls seat & back RHW14/11/1999
Done as a fell run.thenomad22/05/1999
From Craigbrook. Fascinating summit and lovely views in the late afternoon, lots of snowon high mountains to the N. Fitted in on drive from Midlands to Bridge of Orchy.pwheeler08/03/1999
Guess at the yearcallumblack01/01/1999
with mum and dadlittle al01/02/1998
From Blanefield War Memorial with Fiona.agentmancuso22/07/1994
Date unknown.linda01/06/1992
Round of Dumgoyne, Earl's Seat, Drumbreck and Slackdhu with AJ Plus 1,699 times since.Eddie14/05/1992
from Milngavie via WHW.chrisbien13/10/1991
Approx. date.grimjimm30/04/1990
20/05/2019 - 2nd ascent.russell6118/01/1987
With dadbdougherty19/02/1983
Climbed when I moved to Scotlandbdougherty17/03/1982
Est date. MC DC CC with Earl's SeatMartin6601/06/1979
Date uncertain but around then.first of many ascents.ARM01/01/1975
clanbonham13/07/2019
kmclaren66 18/10/2018
clanbonham29/09/2018