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Name:Lendrick Hill
Hill number:1664
Height:456m / 1496ft
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
Donald area:Ochil Hills
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Catchment:Forth, Catchment Boundaries, Leven (Leven)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (400-499m), Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,4,Y)
Grid ref:NO 01910 03703
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:222m
Col:234m  NO012052  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 58
(1:25k) 369
Observations:trig point 80m S at NO 01924 03624 is about 3m lower
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 219 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Well-walked route (via track to W) from way-marker and cairn at NO 0143 0419carole engel04/07/2020
From end of forestry track (12:25) walked to about 500m beyond double hairpin, then took waymarked path through woods to open country above and thence to summit cairn. Cloud on top, but dry. Back same route; Finished 13:45dbb19/01/2020
With Claire, Stuart and Fiona, Bert, Rick and Jen. My 600th Marilyn.Pete R14/12/2019
Another wintry day! Blowing a snowy gale on the summit. A good hill celebration, Peter's 600th Marilyn.jenx14/12/2019
From B934 at NO 008039, up forest road NE - ignored green & white FC marker/cairn just beyond double hairpin bends and went another 400m further to where a modern yellow arrow disc on a post led along rides to similar posts and up to top. Rides were slippery undefoot but that was due to wet slushy snow.Isbjorn19/03/2019
An Ochils Compleation with KiltedBiggles. We deviated from the path to the summit of Myrehaugh Hill too.kojak19/11/2018
2of4: From B934 at forestry track entrance.ChrisR11/09/2018
Easy access up fire break as in previous logs.KevPalmer15/05/2018
Walked from the car park up the track and then up a mossy/slippery fire break to the topmartin_hall15/04/2018
Round the back and up from the NE via the easy ride.ARM25/11/2017
Up the slippery path marked by the white and blue FC marker; not so slippery in dry conditions. There's a new stile at the fence but it's easier to step over the fence. On the way down, there's a better path marked with conventional yellow footpath arrows, which leads back to the main track. Unfortunately, it might not remain better for long unless people stop riding bikes along it and damaging the mossy surface.Gill26/10/2017
Up the way marked path.Chris Peart22/10/2017
Straightforward walk from car park to the west. Along forest track then up through a break in the trees.summitter19/08/2017
3/5.PGCE30/06/2017
From the car at 008039. Up the ride from the cairn at 014042 in very dry conditions. 55 minute solo return. The path up the ride and beyond is ok but slippery if wet.bolton31/05/2017
2nd of the day following Innerdouny. From the forest track to the west like others...the mossy forest break is lethal.N.Morters01/04/2017
Along forestry road then up signposted track to summit. Returned to road slightly more directly by a steep firebreakkdbennett25/03/2017
Encouraged by a fine New Year's Day walk on Innerdouny, I headed for Lendrick. Kendrick is a slipperier customer: the little path up the firebreak from the forestry track had the consistency and grippiness of semi-dissolved soap-on-a-rope, and I was surprised to get up and down again without falling. The views from the cairn and trig are wonderful: the Bass Rock and North Berwick Law clearly visible.Nick Down101/01/2017
Solo. Parked at the start of a forest track at NO008039. There were already 5 cars there, but I did find space without obstructing access. Walked up the track. At the start of a firebreak at NO140042 there is a small cairn and a post that mark the start of a path that ascends up the firebreak. Followed this to the fence that runs along the forest boundary. It was easy to stride over the fence and continued to the summit. There is a cairn on a tumulus at the summit. Went to trig point. On the forest side of the fence, markers indicate a path going east beside the fence, so I followed this path. At a firebreak the path descends to the track. Went down the path to the track and followed it back towards the road. However, I deviated from the track to go along a firebreak to the summit of Myrehaugh Hill and back. Weather very pleasant with excellent visibility and views.pwbellarby27/11/2016
Parking on B 934, forest track then 2 firebreaks use either, with mora my dog.BLACKHILL18/10/2016
Beautiful weatherhillsman29/08/2016
Parked just off B934 at entrance to forest track. Used track then marked firebreak to reach top. Descended using alternate firebreak to the east, resulting in a comfortable descent.garyhoney05/08/2016
I did exactly as Marktrengove described below. Route and write-up at: http://gayleybird.blogspot.co.uk/2016/05/innerdouny-hill-and-lendrick-hill.htmlGayle29/05/2016
selfdavidsbatty02/03/2016
A good snowy walk. Easy route finding, and deep snow cover made the steep firebreak more like a ski run.jenx01/12/2015
Parking in front of forest gate. East track up to the cairn and marker post. Steep slippery ride, esp with snow cover. Cairn and nearby trig bagged w Jenx.nordicstar01/12/2015
Weather fair but views murky.MountainMac01/11/2015
An evening jog up the via normale from the west.amswanston07/05/2015
Took the normal route up from the B934 by the zig-zagging forest track - room to park 2-3 cars at entrance at NO 00807 03974 without causing an obstruction. Then marked path at cairn through firebreak in forest up to the open hill, over low fence and so to summit cairn. Returned the same way. Moss in firebreak very slippery in steeper sections - watch out! Climbed after overnight stay in the excellent Tormaukin Inn.Man of Kernow119/04/2015
Up the seemingly standard route, nice views from the top of the Lomonds and Ochils. A bit of boot sledging on the way back down the steep grass in the fire break.oriolefan10121/02/2015
Parked at entrance to forrest track. Shown as car park on OS Explorer. Followed track up padt double switch back then cut off at cairn iup forrest track to summitSteveSmith10/02/2015
Frosty afternoon walk with Maria in clear sunshine, above the freezing fogbarnz4829/12/2014
from forestry carpark up to bend in track marked with a cairn then up fire break to the top.robertphillips23/12/2014
Went up the ride after the waymarked ride. Still slippery, but less steep.PeteN19/11/2014
Easy signposted ascent from parking area on B934AndrewFinnimore20/04/2014
Self, Peter and BonnieInvicta1409/01/2014
Misty walk with Jenny, Holy and Abby. Almost no snow, unlike on Innerdouny Hillalexmaclennan16/02/2013
with Jonathan De Ferrantivegibagger03/09/2011
Pleasant hill that was very similar in character to Innerdouny. Excellent views to Lomond Hills, Loch Leven, Pentlands and Knockhill. Ben Cleuch was hiding in the cloud.andy31/10/2009
Made direct ascent from W. Descended NE down a fire break to forest track at 022038. Slightly longer but much easier.Alan01/08/2009
Dry, high cloud, mild, strong wind, good views.iangalbraith15/03/2009
From Scottish Woodlands' parking spot to W. Track in forest until escape made at bend, then fence beside forest. Cairn at summit, trig about 70m away but lower.Aye Jimmy26/02/2009
Afternoon ascent from the forest boundary to the west.JohnW23/10/2008
MC. Quick up and down along side of forestryMartin6615/06/2008
Date very inaccurate.Topographer5715/07/2006
Parked on road side and made direct ascent on dry clear day.Dugswell229/05/2006
Straight up from P a mile to W.agentmancuso31/01/2004
ERB Uisdean2505/01/2003
23/10/2015 - 4th time.russell6105/10/2002
Road a mile N of Yets o'Muckhart. Threw Arran over fence, steeply up bracken covered banks of small burn and rough sheep grass with 3 or 4 blind horizons to top at 10.50.arranc13/06/2001