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Name:Green Hill
Hill number:13463
Height:223m / 732ft
Parent (Ma):1679  Hill of Stake
RHB Section:27A: Ayr to the River Clyde
County/UA:North Ayrshire (UA)
Catchment:Irvine & Garnock
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:NS 28187 53353
Summit feature:small cairn
Drop:50m
Col:173m  NS281543  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 63
(1:25k) 341S
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 10 users)ByDate of Ascent
P junct to N, boggy track to NW of top then up, reedy grass mainly. Sky & sea same pewter colour, so Ailsa Craig looked like it was levitating. Nicer top than expected.agentmancuso07/03/2019
Train to Dalry, then quiet minor road to Dykes farm. Head into fields on left just before and follow imaginary track through fields with muddy gates to summit which is a good viewpoint. Lots of sheep tracks and mainly well grazed grass.Thearlaichdubh25/10/2017
From the north along a very boggy track.chrisbien13/12/2016
3rd and last hill of the day from Dalry station having Climbed Whin and Pondery hill. I Took the road upto Dykes farm and then on a grassy Track to just past Raeside straight to summit. Encountered herds of cows en-route but they were All on the other side of the fence-line. Highest point is marked by a few stones on a grassy ridge. I explored the bumps nearby and I got 220m But nothing exceeded 223m. Descent Se But decided to climb Colwinnining hill. Explored high ground to South then via quarry buildings to ridge on N/NEside. Sheer drops to side and DID not feel safe But awesome views. Used quarry Track to ridge to reach B784 down to T junction and then turned right for about 300m to reach the Romeo & Juliet Inn, my digs for the night.Dazingdale18/09/2016
with renee after work from the north at road juntion grass track.robertphillips23/06/2015
Wet descent from north. Skirted to south of quarry on descent. Snow on top. Rain at bottom.campagvelocet06/12/2011
49pp16/08/2019
chalky195302/04/2017
Colin Crawford28/04/2015
ajwxyzt04/09/2014