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Name:Brown Hill
Hill number:13272
Height:344m / 1129ft
Parent (Ma):1685  Blaeloch Hill
RHB Section:27A: Ayr to the River Clyde
County/UA:North Ayrshire (UA)
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Irvine & Garnock
Class:Tump (300-399m)
Grid ref:NS 24549 56513
Summit feature:no feature: grass
Col:313m  NS245561  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 63
(1:25k) 341S
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 33 users)ByDate of Ascent
Local walk, bike and hike from my house, blaeloch hill, brown hill, green hill.robertphillips08/05/2020
No bogs today, hasn't rained for weekshillsman21/05/2019
After a reasonable morning the weather turned nasty just as I parked up at layby to N - straight up & down the track in lashing cold rain.agentmancuso02/03/2019
From layby to N, though parking at windfarm equally easy, then up the windfarm track and across the bog with good views of Cumbrae and Bute, after being timekeeper at Victoria Park run.Thearlaichdubh01/01/2018
From layby due N. Blaelock Hill first.jonglew16/11/2017
Bad enough doing a third visit to Blaeloch but I must be marginally crazy to claim this one again. I blame my companion, Chris PeartColin Crawford16/11/2017
It's not my fault - Colin made me do it.Chris Peart16/11/2017
Last hill of 6 today on a route from West Kilbride to Largs climbing Gill hill, Glenton hill, Caldron hill, Kaim hill and Blaeloch hill heading down and up to the summit. I couldn't See Brown hill at first until I Took a compass bearing. It merges with the landscape. Descent down western lower summit onto Track then over fence and again to mert Track But then diagonally over sheep-filled field to gate rigjt beside entrance/exit to Kelburn estate. Followed Track All the waym into Largs finishing at Whin park B&b on Douglas street.Dazingdale20/09/2016
With Tony with the Marilyn from car park to N.jimbloomer05/06/2016
From layby on A760 via Blaeloch Hill, with Jim B.Tony J05/06/2016
With Blaeloch Hillnordicstar25/11/2015
blaeloch hill and brown hill from wind farm cp with renee after work.robertphillips02/09/2015
Largs-Brown Hill-Blaeloch Hill(rpt)-Fairliecampagvelocet25/03/2015
P A760 at start of windfarm rd. With Charlie. Saw the Paps of Jura and Islay.chrisbien24/11/2013
Done with Bob, Adrian & Mark after Wee Cumbrae. Started in good visibility however this did not last but bagged Brown Hill, a P30 on way down in the drizzly mist.Dugswell207/04/2012
done in mist with Douglas Law and Bob TaylorAdrian07/04/2011
Sick Kid02/05/2020
Colin Crawford28/04/2015
Martin R10/04/2009