Name:Shannabank Hill
Hill number:14194
Height:245m / 804ft
Section:28A: Firth of Forth to the River Tweed
Col:206m  NT748635  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
2287729/04/2018NT 75141 62937  F: Bump in fort
O: Also NT 75188 63010 near fence
2288629/04/2018NT 75188 63010  F: ground near fencechrisbien

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 6 users)ByDate of Ascent
Narrow pull-in NT 7489 6360. Field gate to SW, then direct route via gatescarole engel22/03/2020
A ride up from the north. A few candidates for high point, some on the ramparts of a fort.fasgadh16/12/2019
Sad to see a dying sheep on its side close to the summit.Adrian19/12/2018
From road junction to NW.chrisbien29/04/2018
From SUW to the eastColin Crawford16/08/2016
1st log for this hill! Third hill of four on a route on and off the Southern Upland Way (SUW) from Longformacus to Cocksburnpath. After crossing Whiteadder water on the bridge I walked a few metres East and then scrambled up the wooded slopes (gorgeous woodland) climbed over a fence and then another to follow track skirting conifer plantation and from there explored summit area. Highest points appear to be edge of fort ramparts but high readings also obtained about thirty metres away. I continued N over one field and then Nw over another before following field boundary NE onto minor road linking up with S.U.W at Whiteburn.Dazingdale18/05/2015