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Hill number:7126
Height:583m / 1913ft
Parent (Ma):1642  Ben Cleuch
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
Donald area:Ochil Hills
County/UA:Clackmannanshire (UA)
Class:Dodd (500-599m), Donald Dewey
Grid ref:NN 88493 00279
Summit feature:small cairn
Col:552m  NN887010  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 58
(1:25k) 366E
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 50 users)ByDate of Ascent
West Ochil ramble from Alva Glen CP. Round of Nebit, Ever, Craighorn, Blairdenon, Bengengie and Leith.Topographer5731/10/2019
With Charlie from Rhodders Farm. Up to top of track then QBT to top.chrisbien20/10/2019
Round of Craig Leith, Bengengie, Craighorn and The Nebit. Paths most of the way but you have to go most of the way to Blairdenon to get round the head of Alva Glen.Thearlaichdubh08/09/2019
From lovely Alva Glen, steep pull up to Creag Leith, then Bengengie and Craighorn.neimcv02/04/2019
Alva Glen car park at NS 88453 97485 and up Mid Cairn, Bengengie Hill and Blairdenon Hill. From Blairdenon Hill, back along ATV track which skirts around the headwaters of Alva Glen - Left track, headed S. & soon picked up an ATV track, faint in places, which heads up W. side of peat hags to gate at 886005 - Short walk to summit cairn. Continued to Ben Ever. (S)gerrybowes29/08/2018
To the end of the track from Silver Glen, then doubled back along the ridge.summitter21/08/2018
From Blairdenon across the peat hags. Then down the path down the south ridge, down the zigzag track and along the top path to the Alva Glen car park.Pete R21/04/2018
After The Nebit. Walked up the farmer's road on the East side to 480m then doubled back up steep snowy slopes to top. Descent SW to track, and back to Alva.NormanW27/12/2017
Walked over from Ben Ever and then descended south and west for path back to Alva.JohnW05/06/2017
Came down from The Nebit to the burn crossing. Straight up from there. Solo.Dangerous Dave03/03/2017
Continuation from The Nebit. Took path down to rejoin track up Glenwinnel. Further up crossed burn by a sluice, following a fence west steeply up onto the plateau by a wooden gate. Then south on path to summit. Walk continued to Blairdenon Hill. Solo.Man of Kernow114/05/2016
After Ben Buck NE Top.Minto05/05/2016
From Alva Forest Park, via Ben Buck. Fine sunny day with snow still lying.TRG31830/04/2016
From Alva Glen C.P. Decent track nearly all the way. Cold and sunny.Play2End24/02/2016
round of craig leith, bengengie hill, craighorn, the nebit c/w from cp alva glen in deep snow.robertphillips17/01/2016
to top of track from Rhodders Farm then quad bike track to topchrisbien06/10/2012
From Tillicoultry, via Ben Cleuch & Burnfoot Hill. Mist & patchy snow underfoot.agentmancuso11/02/2012
dullish summit, nice view, fine flanks. c/w from Alva RHW09/10/2004
With some of the higher hillshillsmanblank
Fife Walking01/07/2018
carole engel30/09/2017
Dave Geere11/09/2015
Gavin Theobald09/05/2015
Mr Apples20/07/2014
Nick Down118/08/2013
Colin Crawford26/07/2010
David Purchase04/05/1991
john steel12/02/1988