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Hill number:1669
Height:379m / 1243ft
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Catchment:Forth, Catchment Boundaries, Leven (Leven)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (300-399m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NT 07594 96500
Summit feature:cairn 2m S of trig point
Col:128m  NT070986  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 58
(1:25k) 367W
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 221 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From Kirkhill Common. Forest car park area closed off with metal barrier, but large verge layby opposite.vuirich17/01/2020
From east up marked track/path - rifle shooting going on but they advised me I was OK on the route taken. On way to Raith Rovers game!SS04/01/2020
Nigel Morter's route in ascent, on arriving back at the track took continuation firebreak (now cleared on its north side) east to do The Inneans, good alternative route back to the car.Dave McG21/12/2019
Via forest tracks to E. Sunset â beautiful light on top, light breeze. Still in trees. Strange man at foot of hill. (Dogging?) Rounsfell25/10/2019
From road to the east via forest tracks.Winterfloodian29/08/2019
Followed N.Morters route. A lot of felling has taken place which means good views, particularly of Loch Levan can be had on the ascent.garyhoney12/08/2019
After the Inneans. ascended from Inneans eastward then circled round on path in coll leading down to edge of forest and what is now a large felled area. followed th edge of the felled area to an open area with a sign post then followed tis track up through trees, out onto open moorland then summit. Very hot with many flies in wooded area. Great views from summit. On to Georgeton Hills.Jubilado30/07/2019
From NT 093971, limited parking in long passing place. W then S along forest roads to signpost at NT 083963, then NW up omitted planting row in trees(thank you original foresters) and onto open grassy fell to top.Isbjorn21/03/2019
A sign posted route through the forest from the road to the NE. Reached the top as the first snows of winter floated down.summitter27/10/2018
1of4: From minor road near Cleish at 093971ChrisR24/10/2018
As bolton, signpost mentioned is at NT 08294 96319. Then back via The Inneans, which is good value.Pete R02/06/2018
With U3A Adventure Walking Group from Blairadam Forest car park via Nivingston Crags and Dummiefarline and back along N of Black Loch and Loch Glow. Faultless cold sunny day though slightly hazy.dbb17/01/2018
A Boxing Day circuit of the Cleish Hills from Outh Bridge in snow and sunshine. Even so, I plunged through the snow into the marshy depths by the forestry often enough to demonstrate that Scaur Hill and Wether Hill are really better kept for a separate short walk. Outh Hill (having walked North up the A823 and crossed the fence where wire gives way to planks by a stream) - Park Hill - Georgeton Hills - a hugely enjoyable ascent and descent of Dumglow by its snowy prow - the Slough of Des[pond to Scaur Hill - forest tracks and a clever path through the trees to the tussocky summit of Wether Hill - back by the forest track and A823.Nick Down126/12/2017
Followed N.Morters route, all nicely waymarked, and a decent path up the final firebreak, if a little dark and gloomy on the last section. Nice summit with good views, but not a 5* route overall, because it's mainly in rather ugly forestry.Gill09/11/2017
From the E via forestry tracks.Chris Peart26/10/2017
As bolton, signpost mentioned is at NT 68294 96319.Lionel Bidwell06/10/2017
From end of track to E (12:15) followed it and southern branch then signed path through woods to open country and top. Sunny, good views. Back same route; finish 13:35dbb03/08/2017
Parked at 093971 in the track entrance. A good route west then south where at the end of the forest road a signpost directs you through the ride to a distinct path to the summit. 65 minutes return in glorious weather. Solo.bolton04/06/2017
Weather fair.MountainMac22/04/2017
Parked at the end of the track to Loch Glow fisheries, could have parked in the car park but decided to walk. Took the muddy South path round the loch, then up towards Black Loch and then up a very steep track (following a fence line) up to the ridge line near the fort and then over to the trigpoint. Fantastic views in all directions. Took a track back towards the Loch to a new looking style and then down a path towards the trees which just stopped dead and then had to head back to the fenceline we came up. Nae easier on the way down! Took North track back around loch much less muddy.thejackrustles02/04/2017
From Nivingston Common, like most (e.g. N.Morters), starting near 226 m and using forest tracks and firebreak. Nice open top, traces of fort, and surprisingly good views- snow plastered Ochils were especially impressive. Rather churned up tracks in places, but passable.pwheeler23/03/2017
From forest tracks to the east. Parked at the forest walk mark on OS map before sharp bend. Follow track west, take the left turn track to its end. Signpost up the path along the firebreak out and onto the open hill close to summit. SnowN.Morters11/02/2017
Along tracks starting at road at NT093971, then followed fence line through wood from ca NT081968 to wood edge, then up steep slope to summit.kdbennett14/01/2017
Solo. Used track from the north along edge of field and then up through forest. Followed track as shown on OS 1:25,000 map, which branches off main track shortly before turning circle of main track not much evidence of a track on the ground. Went up Georgeton Hills first and then Dumglow. Beautiful day after the storms.pwbellarby27/12/2016
From minor road nt 093 972 with mora. Foerestry work - sone tracks impassable.BLACKHILL21/10/2016
Dumglow plus The Inneans (TUMP ) with Rik (Bailey). Path along loch was very wet, passed many quiet fishermen. Race meeting at Knockhill was evident.captainslow09/04/2016
At night.Stevend131/10/2015
Circular evening walk in wet conditions, with Robert W; fog clearing at summit.barnz4802/06/2015
Directions given by Nordicstar worked a treat. Took a shortcut down a break, rather than following track, on the way down. Route and write-up at:
from the north at 068975 tracks up through woods then fire breaks till out of the trees.robertphillips13/12/2014
Self and BonnieInvicta1413/11/2013
Forest track from the northAndrewFinnimore03/09/2013
Jenx b'day! Parked by road (just) at boggy lane towards Dumglow, similar to Dugswell, GR NT069725. Climbed thro' woods to track end and 35m left, 35m South, 300m right to escape trees, getting tight! Then through snow to summit slopes and trig. Great views, very cold and snow showers.nordicstar10/03/2013
Round trip walk from Kinross with Benarty Hill, a nearby trig and some tumps.campagvelocet29/05/2012
MC JC O. Around Loch Glow. O rampaged up and down steep section to summit.Martin6629/01/2012
High cloud, mild, windy, good viewsiangalbraith25/09/2011
Surprisingly fine little hill. Ascended from track through the forest from the north.JohnW20/04/2011
Revisit. Grassy summit. Nice climb on a frosty morning. From ENE: follow forest road W; turn S at jct; in c.200m find old wall and follow W; at little old fallen gate fork L: overgrown firebreak gives access to grassy slopes. First checked Loch Glow access road - barrier locked (Monday a.m.).RHW28/02/2011
Used track through field starting at NT06939 97504. Then into Dumglow Woodland to follow track further uphill. Left for a while at end of track, then south, then right, then onto open hillside. Wet at times under foot on dry clear day.Dugswell207/09/2009
Approached from North, via "Waterfall" at NT072972 and descended via track at Windy Gate. Lovely clear spring evening and views included North berwick Law and Bass Rock, Tinto, Ochils and Mounth.paddyirish08/04/2009
From lane off road to NW, horrendous litter by gate. Higher up seemed to be more felled trees than suggested by map. Misty plod by fence ended with short steep pull up to summit trig and cairn.Aye Jimmy27/02/2009
Approached from east round the loch and back along the path through the woods that follows the fire break shown on the Explorer maps. Good views on bleak and windy day.andy26/12/2007
a great walk from the anglers car park. Superb views from the topSJ11/09/2007
Pleasant walk among forestPhilonehalf31/12/2006
Solo walk in from eastvegibagger23/08/2005
Solo Uisdean2529/01/2005
From E. Wind so strong I could hardly stand at the top.agentmancuso10/01/2004
From road bend near Lurg Loch.Eddie01/03/2002