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Hill number:1788
Height:398m / 1306ft
RHB Section:27C: The Glenkens to Annandale
County/UA:Dumfries and Galloway (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (300-399m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NX 82186 76963
Summit feature:Turner's Monument
Col:212m  NX784828  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 84
(1:25k) 313 321
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 166 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
dave g11/06/2020
Park on W side of road in a space big enough for a couple of vehicles at NX82647562. Walk N up road for 40m, then follow track W to junction at NX82187583. Take the right fork NW. This major vehicle track looks recently upgraded and continues high onto the hill and beyond to the NE. Due to high winds from the W we continued around to E of the summit on this excellent vehicle track to NX82347686. Then NW over easy ground following the easiest line we could find to the summit.geralddavison12/03/2020
A Peckish12/03/2020
From tight parking by the gate. Second visit on a fine, crisp morningColin Crawford09/12/2019
Dave McG07/08/2019
Simon Winton13/04/2019
From sign through gate and up. There are two gates in bwf. I took the left but the right looks shorter in hindsight. Very misty but nice to see the monument on my six hundredth Marilyn.SS24/02/2019
Unsure of date - during Feb 2019limelight98610/02/2019
From Glenkiln reservoir car park. We walked north along the road for 400m and took a left at the junction. At the junction, once upon a time, there was a Rodin sculpture. The Wikipedia page for Glenkiln sculpture park makes interesting reading. The sculpture is no longer there because one of the others was stolen. We walked past Shalloch and continued on the forest road for a further kilometre and a half to a T-junction. Here we took a left, the road deteriorating. After another 750m there is a narrow, wet track branching off on the right. This is shown on the 1:25000 (but not the 1:50000). We took that to the forest edge. From this point it is possible to follow ATV tracks (still within the forest boundary) until a stile over the wall is reached. We crossed that and then followed the wall on the other side through often marshy ground until a further junction of walls at the 350m mark. The wall here is easily surmounted and then you find your way up to the summit of Bennan and itClach Liath09/12/2018
With Jack.iangpark07/10/2018
Car park at 839 784. Old gate to leave road at about 8420780. Follow wall almost to top, crossing at gate about 830 772PeteN03/06/2018
Parked NX829763,no problemsG0HIO06/05/2018
From gate to south as many othersAlan Caine25/03/2018
Tony J23/03/2018
Dave Geere14/01/2018
A lovely walk on snow from the small forestry plantation, up the ATV track, step over the fence, then heather and grass to the top. Stunning views: blue skies and sunshine, and snowy hills all round.Gill10/12/2017
From near the large farm (too pink to think) at Glen. Up through fields aided by 3 gates to the wall which was followed to summit. Evening walkN.Morters23/08/2017
Rambling Ray13/08/2017
carole engel17/07/2017
From SE along invisible Core Path, on to Craigelwhan.agentmancuso28/05/2017
From south east as others. Watch the first gate -not on its hinges- I couldn't stop it falling then fell on it and bruised my knee. In the clag today which made the navigation interesting where it gets pretty pathless after the fence. Did find the gate to save possible injury getting over the triple barbed wire fence onto open ground.Mark Sims01/02/2017
From the SE, direct line taken. About 300m from the road, a triple layered barbed wire fence with no obvious stiles. If slim, easier to go between the lowest barbed wire section and the regular wire mesh lower down, rather than trying to over the top.Owen B03/11/2016
Followed the non-existent path from the SE.Chris Peart25/07/2016
Neil Midgley26/05/2016
From gate at ......, like others. There is a signpost here now for Core Path 70 to the Turner Monument and another on the road 500m SW. I doubt if I followed the route though. I went through the gate onto the grouse moor then followed lines of shooting hides and beaters' (?)tracks to the cairn S of the monument and then to the top. Followed the wall E on the way down but didn't cross the stiles and kept to the W side of the burn.pwheeler10/05/2016
From car park at N end of Glenkiln Reservoir. Up mainly via forest tracks. Direct line taken down. Route and write-up at:
Weather fair.MountainMac03/02/2016