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Name:Dareduff Hill
Hill number:13395
Height:269m / 883ft
Parent (Ma):1686  Corse Hill
RHB Section:27A: Ayr to the River Clyde
County/UA:East Renfrewshire (UA)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:NS 45660 52465
Summit feature:no feature: ground on path on NE side of pond
Col:225m  NS466526  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 64
(1:25k) 333
Observations:also small 265m ring contour to NW
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 13 users)ByDate of Ascent
2nd Tump of a 10 on a 26.6km circuit from Harelaw, climbing Knockenae then following minor lane to the 229m spot height then grassy track around the 259m knoll then South through replanted deciduous woodland circling round through conifers onto a broad ride. i headed South to the other side then took a route Ene then Nne to arrive at the pool and then into the trees for the high point. I recorded 264m @ NS 45673 52471 and 265m @ NS 45662 52471. I continued on a route curving round to ride heading NE en-route to James's hill....Dazingdale28/09/2019
Parked on the road to West Carswell, right by a gate. The road verge has been filled with hardcore, presumably to assist logging lorries to pass. Head NE, to edge of forest, over a small knoll with boulder on summit. Entrance to narrow forest ride is not clear, but once inside it's easy to break off a few more very dead twigs and branches to emerge at the pool near the summit, which 5 trees in to the N. Broad ride (path noted by others) continues N.Minto03/07/2019
across fields from Knockmade towards Carswell Farm, then follow obvious rides. Pleasant surprise to find pond. On to Neilston PadThearlaichdubh15/01/2017
From sw, gate, narrow firebreak, hp knoll at edge of path 16m ne of pond bank, is or was an OS trig block approx at same location. My final Renfrewshire tumpRHW19/11/2016
from near west carswell gate then firebreak through trees to pond.robertphillips30/06/2015
From SW via firebreak, wide at first then after cairn narrow & low.agentmancuso02/01/2015
P at start of rd to Townhead of Grange. Along rd to W Carswell then along clearing and followed line of old wall (covered over). Top past pond just onto path mentioned by Campagvelocetchrisbien30/12/2014
Third of five tump round from Neilston. Chanced upon path through trees straight to summit from ENE.campagvelocet30/01/2014
Colin Crawford21/01/2015