Name:Craig Kipmaclyne
Hill number:8073
Height:375m / 1230ft
Section:01A: Loch Tay to Perth
Col:341m  NN871267  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1930129/05/2017NN 87573 26594  F: Small boulder - spot height 375m
O: Went to cairn - spot height 374m NN 87587 26531 374m +-4m

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 18 users)ByDate of Ascent
Pleasant wander up the track from Falls of Monzie.summitter19/04/2020
After Cnoc Beithe. According to my GPS large cairn about 200m away from small boulder at NN 87573 26594 was as high.russell6122/06/2019
With Cnoc Beithe following trackshillsman12/05/2019
craig kipmaclyne and cnoc beithe on good track from A822.robertphillips30/03/2019
On the return from Cnoc Beithe. Relatively easy rough pasture. And completion of the Earn catchment was a fine way to start the yearColin Crawford04/01/2019
Good track all the way to top. I followed a faint quad bike track to summit.Sonja8915/07/2018
Parked by gate and then followed track from A822. Easy walking on pasture land to summit. A good viewpoint, especially of Skirley Craig, which is just short of Tump status.JohnW02/06/2018
On the way back from Cnoc Beithe.chrisbien29/05/2017
On the way back from Cnoc Beithe to A822. Further down the hill a quad pulled up alongside me and the driver asked me to stroke his collies, ever so tame and friendly they were.Topographer5718/11/2016
Rod M10/12/2017
Lindsay M03/11/2013