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Name:Allermuir Hill
Hill number:1816
Height:493m / 1617ft
RHB Section:28A: Firth of Forth to the River Tweed
County/UA:Edinburgh (UA), Midlothian (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (400-499m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NT 22705 66170
Summit feature:trig point by view indicator
Col:258m  NT198643  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 66
(1:25k) 344 350
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 559 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Amazing views :DClanLawrence06/08/2020
With Claire & Ellie.MickyRoss02/08/2020
From Swanston village with Lachlantkunath21/07/2020
Walked with Dave Johnes, from the Snowsports centre upper car park via the iron age fort above Hillend Country Park, then up to Caerketton Hill and across to Allermuir Hill and to the car diagonally across the northern slope. Dry with a moderate breeze and cracking views of Dumyat, North Berwick, the Lomond Hills and the whole forth valley and Lothians.chillyman814/07/2020
Ascent from path from CapelawMichael Swinton20/03/2020
From souterrain CP, first before Black Hill loop with Iain.iangpark03/03/2020
With GN and RN and then to Capelow Hilltrimarc209/08/2019
From the car park at Castlelaw - 230637. Easy solo walking to the summit shrouded in mist. Back over Castlelaw Hill.bolton27/07/2019
#663 From the Ski centre car park.tim74706/07/2019
After the Heineken Cup quarter final from Castlelaw out and back - cracking viewpoint.SS30/03/2019
Started at Castlelaw car park and headed up the right of Castlelaw & on up to Allermuir hill. Back down towards Bonaly and Along Glencorse Reservoir back to the car park. Winds on Allermuir gusting 50-60mphDaykz6917/02/2019
2of2: From Caerketton Hill with Karen.ChrisR28/12/2018
With Ben.Victor27/12/2018
From Hillend carpark via Caerketton Hill. Very windy.gettingonabit03/11/2018
Pentland Skyline Hill Racequadbarrel14/10/2018
A nice walk in the sun from Swanston for my 1100th Marilyn, then over Caerketton, and a direct off piste descent to avoid the nasty ski slope.Gill10/10/2018
Weather fair.MountainMac10/10/2018
From Capelaw Hill. Solo.Dangerous Dave30/07/2018
Cloud had just cleared. Glorious cloud in versionvegibagger30/06/2018
From Castlelaw carpark.Chris Peart22/06/2018
From Caerketton followed path westward down steep path into Windy Door Nick then back up well defined path to summit. Very warm sunny day but distant haze reduced helpfulness of viewpoint indicator. Descended by path heading slightly left of path for ascent. A bit further along detoured over the grassy bump of Muilepuile then down on to well defined track to join path to Swanson where it crosses the burn. Down past golf course to walkers’ car park.Jubilado27/04/2018
castlelaw hill, allermuir hill, caerketton hill, capelaw hill, harbour hill, bells hill from castlelaw cp mostly on good tracks/atv tracks.robertphillips20/12/2017
Dirt (but free) car park at Swanston. Pleasant walk up on tracks. On to Capelaw Hill and double back for Caerketton Hill before returning to car for a windy 5 mile round.jonglew17/10/2017
A circuit of Allermuir Hill and Caerketton Hill from Swanston CP.summitsup25/09/2017
15km fell run taking in multiple tops.Fionalevey19/08/2017
From ski slope, Caerketton Hill, Allermuir Hiljl, Castle Law Hill, Capelaw Hill and back over Allermuir all in 2.5 hours before a long drive back south. Good view of the Pentland Hills and North over Edinburgh and the Firth of Forth.PeterD14/05/2017