Name:Craigie Hill
Hill number:13593
Height:157m / 515ft
Section:27A: Ayr to the River Clyde
Col:91m  NS455315  

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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1912020/05/2017NS 42818 32561  F: bedrock.
O: I made the NE top the highest, and middle top the lowest. The difference must be tiny.
-2534021/02/2015NS 42724 32471  F: rock
O: ground 100m NE may be as high
642421/02/2015NS 42724 32471  F: 2 rockschrisbien

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 15 users)ByDate of Ascent
P in Craigie village, down the side of the church, then up animal tracks through gorse. Nice. Final Irvine and Garnock catchment area TuMP.Thearlaichdubh14/04/2019
Kilmarnock-Craigie Hill-Hill of Barnweil-Prestwick Airport with Bert and Regcampagvelocet12/04/2019
Popped up to the gorse top following a round of golf at Troon. Nice end to the day. Nice village.summitter24/06/2017
All three tops have a claim; the difference between them must be cms. The trick is to retreat to the grass to the S each time from where easy routes thru the gorse can be found, rather than taking a direct route.agentmancuso20/05/2017
Realised there was an alternative summit that i didnt visit yesterday so as i was virtually passing this en-route to Sornhill, i visited the summit with the rocky outcrop in between gorse. Out and back from near the Churchyard. Onwards to Sornhill.Dazingdale07/05/2017
3rd hill of 4 today having climbed Warlaw Hill and Dundonald castle. After a wrong turning onto a dual carriageway necessitating a re-routing via Kilmarnock's southern suburb, i found Craigie and parked beside the former church. As others, two gates onto summit rocks surrounded by gorse. I then went to Peden's cave (although 'Cave' is stretching it-its two large rocks creating a hollow barely enough to shelter one person). Back to Craigie to sample coffee and soup. Onwards to last hill: Hill of Barnweil.Dazingdale06/05/2017
as others up the side of the church early am still dark before work.visited all highpoints.robertphillips01/02/2017
Manure and mud to excess, though the perpetrators weren't in evidenceColin Crawford17/12/2016
Parked village hall, up track beside church. No manure, no mud. Lovely grass, gorse in flower on both summits. Grand views.Minto08/05/2015
Manure and mud.chrisbien21/02/2015
Rock in gorsy pasture, 158m GPS. From S, beside church, soggy pasture, 2 gates RHW10/12/2011
nice little top, did all tops.Adrian07/04/2011