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Name:Middle Hill
Hill number:1857
Height:717.2m / 2353ft
Section:28B: The River Tweed to the English Border
Classification:Tu,Sim,D,GT,DN
Drop:41.8m
Col:675.4m  NT171308  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1056519/09/2015NT 15946 29443  F: centre of 3 old fence posts
O: posts lying on the ground, like hands on a clock face
P&EH
Summit
GJ
2119810/08/2017NT 15944 29442  F: no feature
S: Abney
RAB
Summit
GJ
2135425/11/2017NT 15944 29443  F: No feature: rough grassDSM
Summit
DM
2641712/02/2019NT 15944 29444  F: Collection of old fence postsDSM
Summit
DM
-724830/01/2005NT 15941 29445  F: no feature
S: Leica RX1250
gvjackson
Summit
-724916/04/2011NT 15946 29441  F: no feature
S: Leica RX1250
DBl
Summit
-725009/05/2012NT 15945 29456  F: no feature
S: Leica RX1250
alda
Rejected
SE
-2597509/05/2012NT 15945 29456  F: no feature
S: Leica RX1250
alda
Summit (offset)
-2629609/05/2012NT 17127 30835  
S: Leica RX1250
alda
Col (offset)



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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 188 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Christo197918/01/2020
Stob Law, Glenrath Heights, Blackhouse Heights, Black Law, Conscleuch Head, Deer Law, Greenside Law, Norman Law, Fifescar Knowe, Dollar Law, Taberon Law, Middle Hill, Drumelzier Law, Pykestone Hill, The Scrape. 10 hours 30.PGCE24/10/2019
Round of three Donalds from Drumelzier.the pigguy 22/10/2019
solitaryfellwanderer21/09/2019
Tony J06/07/2019
Revisit. Pykestone circuit from Drumelzier, with Phil, Richard & Tony. Down via P5m Glenstivon Dodd and Drumelzier LawRHW06/07/2019
On way to Tony Smiths completion on Pykestone hill via dollar law.cjo06/07/2019
RichardM06/07/2019
Quad track all the way from Taberon.Tony S20/06/2019
tomandivy03/05/2019
A long walk through from Cramalt parking spot at Loch Megget to Glenrath Farm. With B and R. Lucky to be blown along by a southerly wind.jenx21/04/2019
Small car park in Drumelzier at 136340. A clockwise circuit of the Donalds/Donald Tops above Drumelzier, visiting The Scrape, Pykestone Hill, Middle Hill, Taberon Law & Drumelzier Law. Apart from a bit of rough going on the walk out to Taberon Law, good terrain with well-used paths & tracks. (S)gerrybowes20/03/2019
easers31/01/2019
iangpark31/01/2019
Graham22b26/12/2018
iainwalton05/12/2018
JulieB11/08/2018
bryanp05/07/2018
Stavanger Toestub07/05/2018
Round of 3 Donalds from small carpark at Drumelzier. Pleasant walking using tracks. Drying up nicely underfoot.AndrewFinnimore06/05/2018
From Drumelzier Law. Dropped steeply down to the col, then up to the summit via Glenstivon Dod. Onwards to Taberon Law. Solo.Man of Kernow120/04/2018
superstar_tradesman11/03/2018
Alone, on damp and cloudy circuit from Drumelzier.Grinner17/12/2017
Simon Winton08/11/2017
From Drumelzier taking track to below Pykestone Hill then contour to The Scrape. Over aforementioned summit then along on ATV tracks to Middle Hill. Thought about Taberon Law but instead headed straight back over Drumelzier Law and down via Logan Head to the car.SS05/11/2017
From Drumelzier. Scrape Hill, Pykestone Hill, Grey Weather Law, Long Grain Knowe, Middle Hill, Drumelzier Law. Good traks and paths for most of route.RobertP07/10/2017
weaselmaster05/10/2017
Half day round from Drumelzier - Pykestone Hill - Middle Hill - Drumelzier Hill. Descended too early from the latter (ferns!) - best to stick to the ridge.benalder28415/09/2017
richtea504012/09/2017
anne336610/08/2017
Ralph10/08/2017
silverhow10/08/2017
Frogreen21/12/2016
7th Donaldlojzi86062117/12/2016
bertbarnett12302/10/2016
DaveMcS04/09/2016
elma spencer19/08/2016
bogdodger19/07/2016
carole engel18/07/2016
15.8 Mile walk in perfect weather from parking area near Kirkhope Burn, walked along road to end and up good footpath to ridge across boggy col and up to Greenside Law, across head of Manor Valley on track to Notman Law, out to Cramalt Craig, and back along to Fifescar Knowe then Dollar Law, down a long way and back up to pathetic lump of Long Grain Knowe, out and back to Middle Hill, then along ridge continuation to Grey Weather Law, Pykestone Hill and The Scrape, descended to car via Posso Craig passing very strange and unused trig point down bottom of Northey Knowe hillside. Terrain very easy like walking on a carpet all the way. No people anywhere.DanTrig14/05/2016
Weather fair.MountainMac25/03/2016
weaselmaster26/02/2016
Sick Kid26/02/2016
needanewdog04/01/2016
daviemore26/10/2015
Solo continuation from Pykestone Hill over MH and down/up to Taberon Law and back again over MH, making second and third ascents of MH. Then out to Drumelzier Law.jacobus14/10/2015
LizH19/09/2015
PeterAH19/09/2015
Round from Drumelzier. The stick had fallen over. I replaced it & secured it by craftily wedged stones. No need to inform anyone, Play2end.ngthack16/09/2015
Last Donald of the day. Started at Crook Inn then went to Talla and ended up here. The stick in the cairn is a bit lose...who do I inform?Play2End11/08/2015