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Name:Clachertyfarlie Knowes
Hill number:7132
Height:547m / 1795ft
Parent (Ma):1656  Earl's Seat
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
County/UA:Stirling (UA)
Catchment:Leven (Dumbarton)
Class:Dodd (500-599m), Donald Dewey
(Tu,5,DDew)
Grid ref:NS 55696 83404
Summit feature:no feature: grass
Drop:37m
Col:510m  NS561838  
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 76 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Long haul in the mist from StrathblaneColin Crawford16/06/2020
Followed the walk highlands route for Dumgoyne and Earls Seat from Glenoyne distillery taking four hours for the seven miles which also included a detour to Clachertyfarlie Knowes.WAYNE ROWLETT22/12/2019
First walk back after breaking my heel. With Tatiana & SkyeGrimpeur123421/09/2019
From parking E of Ballagan Farm. Dumbreck, Owsen Hill, Earlís Seat and onto, Clachertyfarlie knowes With C. Good path from Earls Seat.PeterD19/05/2019
Dumgoyne, Earl's Seat, Clachertyfarlie Knowes and Dumfoyne (respectively) from the Distillery layby.summitsup29/04/2019
Parked in concealed pull-in E. of Ballagan Farm at NS 58289 79086 and up Dumbreck, Owsen Hill & Earlís Seat. From Earlís Seat, headed NW & then WSW along well-used ATV tracks - Left ATV track & headed S. for final climb to unmarked summit. (S)gerrybowes28/08/2018
Dumgoyne, Dumfoyn, Garloch Hill then Clachertyfarlie Knowes on our way up to Earl's Seat. With Gavin Rees.Dangerous Dave25/02/2018
From lay-by on A891 E of Ballagan Farm. Dumbreck, Olsen Hill, Earlís Seat, Clachertyfarlie Knowes and back to car via Owseen Hill. 4/8 cloud; light Níly breeze, vg vis, frozen ground. With PM.CJM11/12/2017
From Earls Seat. Last 300m a bit of a yomp. Back to Little Earl over rough terrain and then south to the car park 300m east of Ballagan farm. With CM.bolton11/12/2017
Earl's Seat, Clachertyfarlie Knowes, Dunfoyn and Dumgoyne on a cold, crisp, freezing day. Brilliant views north and south.Chris Mac01/12/2017
From the layby next to Dumgoyne distillery Alan Moore02/05/2017
round from distillery, via Dumgoyne, Dumfoyn and on to Earl's Seat. Pointless hill but easy detour from path. 1,750th TumpThearlaichdubh11/11/2016
From distillery skirting round Dumgoyne to Clachertyfarlie, descending by Dunfoyn to Cantywheery and back along pipe trackneimcv21/10/2016
From the Distillery, N of Dumgoyne to Garloch, across to Clachertyfarlie Knowes, back via Dumfoyne & Dumgoyne. Howling wind, very mild.agentmancuso19/12/2015
With Rick S: the rest of the party gave this one a miss.Pete R22/04/2015
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
on the way to earls seat.robertphillips25/03/2015
Strathblane, Wangie, Slackdhu, Graham's Cairn, Clachertyfarlie Knowes, Bell Crag, Ballagan tops, Earl's Seat, Little Earl, Oswen Hill, Dumbreck, Strathblane. Dry but cloudy, Frozen on tops - made boggy ground easier.PaulH23/02/2013
From distillery round S side of Dumgoyne (mistake - soaked by long grass and bracken) back on decent path on N side of Dumgoyne. With Tom.chrisbien18/08/2012
Parked at distillery then took in the steep Dumgoyne before taking high road to Earl's Seat. Came back via lower boundery fence route to keep out of the brisk wind on an otherwise sunny morning.Dugswell229/08/2010
Hot, sunny, cool wind, good views, with T&J.iangalbraith11/04/2010
Traverse from Dumgoyne to Earl's Seat in snow with the Gaunts and Notts.JohnIvor07/02/2009
one of several summits on N rim, great views. classic route from distillery to W, earls seat & back RHW14/11/1999
Round of Dumgoyne, Clachertyfarlie Knowes (great name), Earl's Seat, Drumbreck and Slackdhu with AJ.Eddie14/05/1992
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Sunhat20/06/2020
clanbonham30/05/2020
weaselmaster09/05/2020
Sick Kid09/05/2020
russell6120/05/2019
tenerifebilly20/05/2019
kathyh23/06/2018
phil10121/10/2017
carole engel05/10/2017
amcvey22/07/2017
Duncolm02/05/2017
Aqyx17/04/2017
N.Morters25/03/2017
PaulineD13/03/2017
IainT26/04/2016
alanm16/04/2016
MattPollard23/01/2016
RobertP31/08/2015
irobbo19/06/2015
jenx22/04/2015
NormanW13/03/2015
chalky195326/12/2014
mae04/12/2014
Nick Down108/11/2014
Anton12/04/2014