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Name:Dolphinston Moor
Hill number:14210
Height:234m / 768ft
Section:28B: The River Tweed to the English Border
Classification:Tu,2
Drop:30m
Col:204m  NT694141  

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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
2508610/10/2018NT 68173 14802  F: Reading taken at trig FB S7501.
O: Ground beside trig looks as high, maybe artificial?
Aye Jimmy
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 12 users)ByDate of Ascent
Two minutes west of minor road. Two lambs trapped in reservoir compound which contains trig. Helped return them to their mums. Very easy bag.Campbell Singer08/07/2019
As MG says, a two minute walk. Trig on raised ground at SE end of reservoir.Aye Jimmy10/10/2018
Quick deviation from the road during a loop from Oxnam via Birkenside which could also be a tump. 203 col on the 1:10k map, 233 spot height on the 1:50k map. Summit a trig near higher artificial ground, the trig itself looks like its on a cairn.fasgadh09/12/2017
Mud, gates and pheasants are the only barriers to this easy bag.summitter01/04/2017
En route to Carters Bar on the bike. 2 gates and a 2 minute walk. Good view as the rain had briefly stopped.Mountain Goat27/03/2016
Visited by moonlight.agentmancuso07/04/2009
RHW30/01/2005
Barbara Singer08/07/2019
Dave Geere02/03/2017
carole engel16/10/2015
Dusty07/10/2015
Colin Crawford02/11/2014