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Hill number:13442
Height:237m / 778ft
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 46498 58973
Summit feature:trig point S of wall
Col:189m  NS446594  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 64
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 26 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked at the country park car park NW of the Glenburn Reservoir. Walked up the road towards Paisley Golf Club, then left on the track towards the reservoir. A gate and track head towards the hill, then crossed a field and over a stile at the corner, outside the golf course. Continued up the SE edge of the wood, then across and along the edge of the next wood (cow trodden muddy ground), staying outside the deer fence. Finally across grassy ground to the trig point. Signs of cattle much of the way, but none close to us today.LizH15/06/2020
Circular walk from home.Grinner30/05/2020
Back again with Jack. This time taking Truffle and Bronte with us. We even met Amber again.chrisbien07/02/2020
Back again with dziadzio. This time taking Truffle and Bronte with us. We even met Amber again.jackbien07/02/2020
After Corkindale Law via minor road and farm tracks. Finished on main road at Neilston to get X44 bus back to Glasgow. About 3 hours walking for the two hills starting at Caldwell Golf Club.russell6130/09/2019
1st of 13 Tumps today, starting from my Airbnb in East Kilbride I parked up at the junction of tracks just NW of the farm at NS46463 58451 then easily up the stony track and over a gate level with the forest to easily get to Trig pillar with cows beyond. Back the same way,m 1.54km out and back.Dazingdale28/09/2019
From SE. From sharp bend, drove past No Entry signs and parked at wide entrance area to tip. Walked up past farm, and after belt of trees R over gate, past another tip to Trig.Minto03/07/2019
Pleasant walk along lanes from Neilston station. Farm track to within 5m. Excellent views to N and E. Ground starting to thaw. Back to station.Thearlaichdubh17/12/2017
By bike from Barrhead with a fair bit of hauling through new woodland over on the Fereneze Hills. Very cowy bogs too. Easier off, via Thornliemuir tracks and then on into Ayrshire.fasgadh09/09/2017
tracks from the south near greenfieldmuir.robertphillips29/05/2015
Like Chris, I enjoyed Amber's company to the trig; she made short work of the snow. I then had problems in shaking her on return past the farm and had to ask her owners to restrain her until I was out of sight.Colin Crawford21/01/2015
From my sister's farm (Foreside) via Capellie Farm where their small dog Amber joined us to the trig. Bozena, Bertie, Morgan, Jack and Barney the pony were with me.chrisbien30/12/2014
With dziadzojackbien30/12/2014
Up from golf course. Kept well clear of farm (dogs) and returned to golf course before descending WNW.campagvelocet09/03/2009
On foot from Paisley, via Gleniffer Braes & Corkindale Law. Tried to visit again in Jan 2000 with Fiona, but the Witch Burn was in spate with melting snow and impassible, so we had to abandon.agentmancuso01/08/1989
rob munbett13/06/2020