Name:High Mount
Hill number:13237
Height:365m / 1197ft
Section:27C: The Glenkens to Annandale
Col:294m  NS525129  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1423112/06/2016NS 53839 14151  F: Blaeberries and trees.chrisbien
1427212/06/2016NS 53839 14145  F: Blaeberries and trees
O: previous entry wrongly keyed in.
2618019/01/2019NS 53837 14146  F: no feature
O: by edge of clearing.

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 9 users)ByDate of Ascent
Stannery knowe and high mount a bike round starting at coal entrance 4808017409 gates were open could have drove to both hills, also visited quarry next to track and small clearing with large boulder on top at 5405614422 gps 365m my final east ayrshire tump.robertphillips24/11/2019
6th and final top of the day, after High Mount back to intersection then East becoming rougher and past quarry that again looked quite high to park up beside track heading North then cut through trees and over mossy wall to small ridge with high point beside conifers but near open area. Back a similar way.. I stopped at the quarry to the Sw and recorded a higher point at the rim next to trees. Again it seems that HP should be at the quarry.Dazingdale21/09/2019
From NW, passed now vanished Darntaggart. Grubby at first but easy parking and fast approach, then along edge of trees & in by old wall. Trees hanging with moss, amazing looking, wall round top area too. Last Yeaman on LR70.agentmancuso19/01/2019
From north across reclaimed opencast bog. Once in trees easy going for an the region (Ayr/ Dumfries and Galloway hills. Via trig pillar and martyrs grave following fence lines and firebreaks. Summit is sparse native woodland with heavy lichen and moss cover. The fire breaks are very wet do not attempt after a particularly wet period.cjo11/11/2017
With John MackayColin Crawford07/06/2017
After Stannery Knowe. High Mount has quite the spookiest summit area which I've ever seen - a moss covered old wall surrounding gnarled and misshapen trees, covered in drapes of feathery moss. Wonderful.Colin Crawford10/12/2016
From B7046 using coal roads and forest tracks.SK small quarry S of track across felled area and through trees. Top not obvious. Track-road-track then due E through trees. Over 5ft wall to top of HM.chrisbien12/06/2016
365 spot height appears to be inside a large stone walled area un-planted ,more open semi natural woodland.chalky195307/09/2015
Dave Geere30/03/2018