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Name:Cairn Hill
Hill number:13084
Height:73m / 239ft
Parent (Ma):1668  Duncolm
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
County/UA:East Dunbartonshire (UA)
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:NS543708 (est)
Col:43m  NS545712  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 64
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 33 users)ByDate of Ascent
After visit to Aldi at Knightswood via canal to Westerton station and up on to ridge and nature walk. Summit still well grubbed. Good views of garden fencesThearlaichdubh22/12/2019
From Henderland Road.NormanW09/11/2019
Walked from centre of Glasgow via Kelvin Walkway. Several contenders for high point. Second time - 28/12/18.russell6112/11/2018
3rd tump of 5 today, after Craigend Hill and Douglas Park. From Hillfoot station i took the next train and alighted at Westerton station. Straight up to an access point into the woodland then followed the path near the boundary before venturing into the centre to explore the summit contenders, a large stone, clumps of earth near trees but rhododendrons have been largely cleared in this area. Lots of dry pieces of wood lying about. Re-traced steps back to Westerton station, enjoying the cooler conditions in the woodland, on a scorching day in the Glasgow area.Dazingdale28/05/2018
From Westerton station to Cairnhill Woods - signposted - and laid-out footpaths through woodland.neimcv21/09/2017
With Ben. Nice woodland circuit on good paths but unfortunately no views.hillsman11/07/2017
P alleyway halfway up W side near church. Nice spot on a frosty morning.agentmancuso25/03/2017
Stroll through the woods on a wet afternoon, Summit rhodies now cropped and access easierColin Crawford21/12/2016
Walked from my flat along the Switchback to Canniesburn Rd, then Cairnhill View, Then bear R. Highest point seems to be in the middle of recently grubbed clump of Rhodedendron thicket First attempt to do a Tump for it being a Tump. Pointless as no view.Thearlaichdubh16/07/2016
From Henderland Rd. Easy walk from south, just off path. Got a strange look off a local until he realisde what I was looking for and he then pointed me in direction of HP.PeterD16/07/2016
Parked Henderland Road, lots of accesses. Dry, overcast, windy, no views from wood.iangalbraith30/01/2016
street from the west then path to high point.robertphillips08/01/2015
From N. Parked canniesburn Drive. Walked up Cairnhill View, straight on into woodland. Path to left, up to wooden deer, R into woods, and summit. DF.Minto14/12/2014
On Andrew's wedding morning!richtea504019/10/2013
3 possible highpoint candidates in clump of rhododendron, otherwise easy access. With Andrew Tibbetts and party - his 2300th P30, on the morning of his wedding!RHW19/10/2013
From northchrisbien27/07/2013
Eldest son's first tump!campagvelocet14/04/2011
While staying at Kelvin Crescent.Play2End01/03/1983
Swindon Bagger20/03/2019
Colin Crawford30/12/2017
Alex C15/11/2016
Colin Crawford07/11/2013
Lindsay M19/10/2013