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Name:Brown Carrick Hill
Hill number:1687
Height:287.5m / 943ft
RHB Section:27A: Ayr to the River Clyde
County/UA:South Ayrshire (UA)
Catchment:Doon
Watershed:Firth of Clyde
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (200-299m), Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,2,Y)
Grid ref:NS 28361 15949
Summit feature:small rock by trig point
Drop:229m
Col:59m  NS314091  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 70
(1:25k) 326N 326S
Observations:0.13m higher than grassy mound 240m NE at NS 28586 16030, 0.2m higher than ground 120m E at NS 28483 15944 and all other ground lower
Survey:Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 190 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Gebirgsjaeger24/07/2020
Ultima Thule21/03/2020
dave g13/09/2019
fionnag13/09/2019
sarah mundell07/09/2019
Emma and Simon25/08/2019
Parked at 297165 near viewpoint (7:50) and walked up track to masts and then onward to summit. Pleasant morning, good views. Back same route then walked down and up road a bit to get 150m ascent. Finish 8:55dbb27/07/2019
As others. From road to east via masts- great views on a lovely dayMark Sims26/06/2019
Pleasant stroll to telecoms masts. Gates and stile lead to trig point. Good views.mindlessflogger19/06/2019
hillhunter02/05/2019
JFT_9621/03/2019
Short walk, 50 minutes return, on a breezy drizzly day.willyross08/03/2019
lindaross08/03/2019
Warm and sunny stroll to the trig. No views, haze.Play2End26/02/2019
nigheandonn19/01/2019
Dave Geere09/12/2018
Susan Bidwell09/10/2018
Domino09/10/2018
grumpy05/05/2018
tomandivy24/04/2018
Parked by the mast and strolled to the top for splendid views and an easy tick. The bogs at the col are less wet at the high point.Gill26/03/2018
A hands in pockets saunter via the mast track.Chris Peart26/03/2018
Isbjorn25/03/2018
A quick ascent from the mast access track then back over rough ground, easy to spend longer at the summit taking photos than climbing the hill! Great views of Arran, Ayrshire and the Galloway Hills.Chris Mac04/02/2018
From start of gated mast access track. Rough boggy ground beyond the masts.jonglew28/01/2018
thenomad16/11/2017
Drove up to the access road to the masts. Walked up the road then short walk over to the trigpoint summit. Evening short walk.N.Morters06/10/2017
weaselmaster13/09/2017
Sick Kid13/09/2017
carole engel28/08/2017
3rd hill of 6 today, having climbed Kirkland hill from Achensoul then after leaving car in Ayr walked along coastal path, veering off to climb Heads of Ayr, dropping down to track past attractive burn to main road then took minor road up to connect with transmitter tower access road. Climbed in and out of compound and over to trig. Rain clouds approaching and getting windier. Next hill: Drumshang hill.Dazingdale13/05/2017
From viewpoint (298164) along ridge to masts. Pass on southern side of masts and continue across 2 fences, both with stiles, to summit. Sunny, but too hazy for good views. Returned the same way.Winterfloodian01/05/2017
Whilst in the area, I realised, quite coincidentally, that I'd ascended this hill on the same day fifteen years ago. A good excuse for a second visit, by the mast access roadColin Crawford14/02/2017
From viewpoint on minor road, directly to onto east ridge. Pasture and low fences.Topographer5724/11/2016
iangpark05/11/2016
chalky195312/09/2016
Silver18/06/2016
Easy parking at 299164. Cut up to the road on just below the masts then headed over to the trig point. One hour return with SG.bolton05/06/2016
SteveG05/06/2016
tallblond05/06/2016
nicolajane03/06/2016
govanah15/05/2016
Bruckner728/03/2016
iainwalton11/11/2015
Parked by the viewpoint at 299164 Down road for about 200m & then up service road to transmitters Across rough pasture, boggy in places, to the trig point. (S)gerrybowes04/09/2015
from road to mast to trig, early morning before ailsa trip.robertphillips10/08/2015
chrispine15/07/2015
A damp and windy day in Ayr. From VP via mast track. Visited all lumps/knolls to make sure.summitsup01/06/2015
From the view point to the east. Easy parking then a nice walk to the trig and all the other points. Absolutely stunning views from the top on a pretty clear day.bolieve26/05/2015
summit reached during long run from Prestwick. Trig point was overrun with angry cowsreno23/05/2015