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Name:Auchterhouse Hill
Hill number:12824
Height:424m / 1391ft
Parent (Ma):1665  Craigowl Hill
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
County/UA:Angus (UA)
Class:Tump (400-499m)
Grid ref:NO 35450 39725
Summit feature:no feature: bare stony ground
Col:343m  NO365397  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 54
(1:25k) 380E
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 50 users)ByDate of Ascent
Balkello hill and auchterhouse hill from the cp.robertphillips25/02/2020
From CP. Many tracks, thick fog, little fun. A great hill once there.Play2End24/11/2019
Second visit; TGOC 19Colin Crawford22/05/2019
Craigowl Hill, Balkello Hill and Auchterhouse Hill (respectively) from P in Balkello Woodland at NO364385.summitsup09/05/2019
Walk from Balkello wood car park to Auchterhouse hill, Balkello hill and Craigowl hill. Good paths and good conditions.PsyCrow24/07/2018
hill walker15/12/2017
After Balkello Hill from country park car park. Good paths all the way.Minto23/09/2017
With cubs. Daddy didnt give me anything to drink. I was hoping it would rain to get some water on my tongue :)david_bain28/08/2017
Ascent from the north, descent to the east.brandybordeaux21/07/2017
Round of Auchterhouse and Balkello from Balkello CP. Tracks all thew way, via 358390.Topographer5702/04/2017
walk livi29/01/2017
From Balkello Woods.Windy Corner22/05/2016
With Inez + Wilsonclashcityrocker03/04/2016
elma spencer04/03/2016
P in Balkello Woodland. Along paths to track across S face of BH then track up AH. Down to Windy Gates and over BH and back to car.chrisbien22/08/2015
Colin Crawford30/07/2015
With alda. 17 of 32.Lindsay M30/05/2015
From Auchterhouse via Kirkton of Auchterhouse and a noticeboard giving the mottled history of Auchterhouse and details of the route up Auchterhouse Hill - via Funny Neuk from The Brae (NO347389). This is a lovely well-used path all the way up that is mysteriously absent from OS maps. Great viewpoint. 17 of 32.alda30/05/2015
Latest ascent of Auchterhouse Hill, on return from Henderston Hill.clashcityrocker13/05/2015
With Mark. Very very windy on top.Saggers03/05/2013
Been on Auchterhouse Hill a few times, this was on a walk from Hayston Hill to Hatton Hill.clashcityrocker08/10/2012
Numerous ascents.gav77701/01/2000
with Sue Allan, Kristin carried in a clothes basketTamCollie07/07/1991
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