|Height:||169m / 554ft|
|Parent (Ma):||1677 Mount Hill|
|RHB Section:||26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose|
|Grid ref:||NO 40474 18520|
|Summit feature:||ground by remains of old wall|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 59|
|Observations:||alternative summit on Craiglug, small cairn at NO 40401 18315|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 11 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|From Dairsie. Took in Craiglug.||russell61||08/11/2019|
|Parked on good hardstanding to N and across fields and imposing walls. The S (alternative )one has very dodgy steps, very small for my size 12 feet. Visited both summits and it is a good viewpoint||Thearlaichdubh||24/10/2019|
|From Airdit, walked through woods then through fields then up hill. Returned same way.||187lenny||08/07/2019|
|From the north, several gates and two walls. Wall steps and holds good, but steps covered in treacherous ice, thanks to other contributors for ensuring that I brought my kahtoolas.||Topographer57||06/02/2018|
|Good parking on road to north, then over hard frozen fields to the twin tops||Colin Crawford||28/12/2017|
|From Dairsie school. Through fields to gate in high wall. Top is on the line of an old wall which barely remains.||chrisbien||09/09/2017|
|P Dairsie by school. Road then track then along edge of field and up to Craiglug left CH to another day as under severe time pressure to get back for Easter dinner with the family.||chrisbien||16/04/2017|
|parked minor road to the north near track entrance over wall and up to top, visited both tops.||robertphillips||22/03/2017|
|Also parked just off the minor road to the N. The dyke scramble (grade 1) really makes this hill interesting.||Play2End||09/05/2015|
|Another first un-logged hiil. From NNE, roadside parking. Followed field edges SW & S. First wall has a gap. 2nd wall requires climbing. Steep up to summit of Craigfoodie Hill. Also visited same height Craiglug to the S. DF||Minto||15/02/2015|