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Name:Craigmuir
Hill number:13070
Height:96m / 315ft
Section:26B: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
Classification:Tu,0
Drop:34m
Col:62m  NN946189  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
-2496305/02/2015NN 94905 20245  F: no feature
O: flat summit area
alda
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618905/02/2015NN 94905 20245  F: None (field of crops)
O: Flat summit area, ten-figure gridref is approximate
alda
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 22 users)ByDate of Ascent
from gate to the west, bale of straw has gone.robertphillips23/01/2019
Parked at gate into field on West side. Wandered about looking for the highest point. The bale of straw is still there .NormanW16/12/2017
A bale of straw marks the summit ... but probably gone by the time you get there.summitter14/10/2017
On way back from Blair Castle Horse TrialsMinto26/08/2017
Parked NW of village and followed tractor prints into the field to get as close as possible to likely location of this very indistinct summit without causing crop damage.Topographer5712/07/2017
Success this time, no tractor and only stubble. I'd almost have welcomed the excitement of a challengeColin Crawford18/02/2017
More excitement.Martin R11/11/2016
Another stubble field.jenx11/11/2016
Parked to west at a gate, room for a car. Around the field and to area of summit. With Jenx and Martin R, excitement almost too much for us. Nice chat to a local walking her dogs.nordicstar11/11/2016
whilst trig bagging. Quick run into field from car with driver waiting.Dusty13/04/2016
P by gate NW of jnct. Ploughed field. Unconvincing top.chrisbien20/03/2016
Failed on this one due to tractor at work ploughing the field. I'll have to leave it until the autumn now.Colin Crawford11/03/2016
Posh village. A drive by. Too embarrassed to get out while in walking gear!Play2End16/06/2015
Night-time stroll across a rather muddy stubble fieldLindsay M11/02/2015
Different route from first visit but the summit was no betteralda11/02/2015
I was passing by so thought I'd take a look. Parked on road to WNW, over gate and across field. A little ludicrous, but quick.alda05/02/2015
Parked in St David's, midway down 'main' street. High cloud, mild, good but limited views. 'Top' in field behind houses?iangalbraith30/12/2014
duchally05/12/2017
Rod M21/11/2017
GordonAdshead10/11/2016
Janet M11/02/2015
chalky195317/12/2014
richtea504031/12/2011