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Name:Kincraig Hill
Hill number:13089
Height:65m / 213ft
Parent (Ma):1672  Largo Law
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
County/UA:Fife (UA)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (North)
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:NT 46792 99943
Summit feature:raised ground surrounding ruined building near trig point
Col:16m  NO486004  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 59
(1:25k) 371S
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 59 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
After chain walk. DS,RS,WS,AJ.Bordeaux26/07/2020
On walk between Lower Largo and St Monans on coastal path. High point looks a bit man-made.russell6102/03/2020
From Earlsferry via private roads and track. HP is on a pile of wartime rubble but nice viewpoint. Back along coastal path.Topographer5723/02/2020
Walk from car park at entrance to caravan site up transmitter track then Fife Coastal path to trig point and on to high point beyond gate opposite transmitter. Lots of brambles! Back via Coastal path to Shell Bay.CreakingHiker09/10/2019
Parked at entrance to caravan site. Interesting hill and great viewpoint.hillsman09/04/2019
Climbed with Tim and Elaine.Skerryvore01/03/2019
From the car park near entrance to caravan park.jonglew23/09/2018
Interesting hill and great views.Fred Windsor12/09/2018
Parked in caravan site, round coastal path to summit, also visiting trig. Returned by road and cycle route to car.NormanW23/08/2018
parked at shell bay cp, along track then grass path to the trig and brambly hp.robertphillips16/08/2018
. From car park at entrance to Shell Bay camp site. Very windy. Storm hector blowing.Longwojo14/06/2018
A hill with an interesting military past. Worth a wander around the old barracks just below the summit.summitter14/04/2018
From car park to north. A messy summit, with lots of brambles and concrete debris. Last Tump in Fife, in company of John MackayColin Crawford28/12/2017
Walk from Shell Bay to Elie with Bryher in the rain. Some beautiful flowers on the cliffs. Explored the Chain walk, but left for another trip.jenx04/07/2017
Up from touring camp site to NW, along coast path w Bryher and up through WW2 defences to trig and topnordicstar03/07/2017
from the high street. very interesting ww2 defences...hils15/05/2017
Parked at caravan park for a short walk to the trigpoint and mast. We investigated the chain walk but only one of us felt brave enough and we had the 3 dogs with us so we left it for another day.thejackrustles04/04/2017
From Earlsferry with Avril and Effievictimofmathema16/04/2016
Parked on car park on access road to caravan site. Up tracks and paths to summit. Through gate to top of bramble infested high point. Back via coast path.Minto26/09/2015
From Earlsferry, past golf club - up FCP.gav77721/02/2015
Parked at NO479000 and followed good track to top.Play2End29/12/2014
Parked in Earlferry then bagged Chapel Ness and then used the Fife Coastal Trail to bag the trig and TuMP which is overgrown with weeds and remains of rubble from WW2 building.Dugswell207/08/2014
P at caravan site, coastal path, track eventually back onto path. Top not the trig but nearbychrisbien11/05/2013
estimated dateoriolefan10121/01/2012
Parked at the SW end of Elie and went anti-clockwise up past Grangehill and round to approach from N. Back down Fife Coastal Trail, which was a very pleasant walk.agentmancuso27/05/2011
On the way to the stunning Elie chain walk.Craigieboy4411/05/2011
Estimated date.ARM01/01/2008
With Margaret Wells and Anne. Done in the course of walking the Fife Coastal Path. Highest point is not at trig point but nearby.pwbellarby07/03/2007
Elie to Lower Largojimbloomer03/11/2002
On walk from Eliecitygent19/06/2002
Date not knowncallumblack01/04/1997
john steel28/07/2019
Fife Walking01/07/2018
Pete R02/12/2017
Lindsay M02/04/2013
Janet M02/04/2013
Rod M02/04/2013