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Name:Auchineden Hill
Hill number:4995
Height:357m / 1171ft
Parent (Ma):1668  Duncolm
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
County/UA:Stirling (UA)
Catchment:Clyde, Catchment Boundaries, Leven (Dumbarton)
Class:Hump, Tump (300-399m), Yeaman
(Hu,Tu,3,Y)
Grid ref:NS 49407 80448
Summit feature:trig point
Drop:108m
Col:249m  NS491790  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 64
(1:25k) OL38 347
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 143 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From Queen's View CP up ridge and back below crags in brief blizzard.sclater20/02/2020
Round to the Whangie first then up to top. Great view point. Heavy snow showers. With B and R.jenx20/02/2020
From Old Kilpatrick up the Slacks and Cochno Hill, along to Auchineden Hill and the Whangie, then back and over Duncolm to the start. A 29km epic in great company.Chris Mac11/05/2019
On way to Duncolm.Grinner19/01/2019
From car park to E. Very pleasant path and hill.RobertP22/12/2018
Misty and wet. Up and over Auchineden to Whangie and back. Great walk.Langbank 11/11/2018
The Whangie - a playground for Weegies. Look out for the Sparrowhawk.summitter10/11/2018
Quiet Saturday morning, low cloud and drizzle. With Bob on our way to the Marilyn.Play2End04/08/2018
With Phil - good viewpoint in new area for me.JohnIvor08/06/2018
From very full car Park at the eastvegibagger27/05/2018
From Queen's View CP. Returned via the Whangie.summitsup15/05/2018
From Queen's View via the Whangie.Chris Peart17/11/2017
With Chris PeartColin Crawford17/11/2017
With dziadzio from Queen's View CP then down to the Whangie and back to the car.jackbien10/08/2017
With Jack from Queen's View CP then down to the Whangie and back to the car.chrisbien10/08/2017
From Queens View, trig point then returned by The Whangie.NormanW26/06/2017
Revisited with about 40 people as part of the YoSM 15th anniversary celebrations.agentmancuso25/03/2017
Up here with a big group for a 10th aniversary of the yosm event ......3 kinnears25/03/2017
A great short walk on a winter's day. Took the path through The Whangie from Queen's View car park and return via the cairned top, descending just before the mast. Ankle-deep snow, with superb views of the Loch Lomond islands and the Campsies in full winter raiment.Nick Down124/02/2017
With the Whangie, nice autumn day, started early and missed the crowdshillsman05/11/2016
First Scottish peak with Harri our son now living in Glasgow!jpitches23/10/2016
Enjoyable walk from car park via The Whangie on a mostly cloudy but dry morning.Excellent views.With Bridget.catman25/06/2016
With Catman.rosiebridge25/06/2016
M O. From Queen's View. Easy stroll up via The Whangie to the top and then on to Duncolm via Burncrooks Reservoir. Return by same route. Sunny, windy with rain to finish 2.5 hrMartin6620/05/2016
On the whangie route, nice short trip on a dire day, a Hump with a carpark, nice....hils30/12/2015
Ran up to trig point and down through the Whangie after job interview at Glasgow office. Good short hill run.GravelMonkey03/06/2015
done with chiaraJamiePhillips2725/05/2015
from the cp in deep snow.robertphillips30/01/2015
With Anne-Marie from Queen's View in torrential rain. Went via The Whangie which is more impressive than the hill!citygent23/10/2014
Combined with the Whangie after reaching the summit.Chris Mac25/08/2014
date estimated. Multiple ascents (sometimes on MTB)raffemeister21/06/2014
Friday afternoon after work from Queen's view. Duncolm is nicerThearlaichdubh11/10/2013
Very WDP from Queen's view car park, straight up to column. Walk north to the Whangie - rock formations and crags.arranc16/08/2013
Pleasant short walk after Bruce Springsteen last night.Walker Dan19/06/2013
Ascended on the way to Duncolm from car park at Queen's View. The Whangie is the best thing about this hill.JohnW30/04/2012
Ascended with scouts from Auchengillan Outdoor Centre in horrible conditions. No views from summit, ascent easy but tortuous due to weather.quadbarrel21/01/2012
Really enjoyable trip out with my nephew Kipp, up through The Whangie and down the direct route.andy23/08/2011
Solo Uisdean2504/06/2010
From carpark. Light rain and rainbow.chrisbien21/03/2010
A wee clamber up The Whangie in the snow with my girls and Adam.Craigieboy4403/03/2010
damp moorland, popular summit, The Whangie climbs & pinnacles worth a look. popular muddy tk from car pk to E RHW02/01/2006
Nice walk up aged 5 on a cloudy day. Good views.quadbarrel24/09/2005
Many times, this one has a date. Dry, good views, biked up it, nearly killed me, good run down.iangalbraith17/10/2004
Accompanied by several hundered midges!Isambard10/06/2000
Date is a guesscallumblack01/07/1999
One hill I have climbed many many times since I was a wee one. Great views of the Campsies and Southern Highlands. Visiting "The Whangie" is a must!Kevin2903501/01/1997
After Vale of Leven 10KMinto23/06/1996
From Queens View with Fiona, on to the Chambered Cairn to the NW then down to Burncrooks Reservoir. Chalmers No.4.agentmancuso09/08/1995
The Whangie Whizz.Eddie03/05/1995
Wild guess at date. With Linda.grimjimm01/05/1994