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Name:Dyke Hill
Hill number:13483
Height:211m / 692ft
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 48874 56040
Summit feature:no feature
Col:174m  NS482552  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 64
(1:25k) 342
Observations:there are two 210m ring contours to the N (NS 48871 56102) & S of this position
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 24 users)ByDate of Ascent
From junction to NE up track.sclater07/07/2020
Straight up from road, on circular walk from Neilston.Grinner22/06/2020
Parked in the layby at the minor road junction and followed the road towards Snypes cottage. Through a gate just after the end of the deer fence, and up over short grass to the summit. Explored the other possible high points nearby.LizH08/06/2020
9th top of 10 on a 26.6km circuit from Harelaw car park, climbing Knockenae, Dareduff, James's Hill, Cairn Hill, Floak, Byreside, Mearns Law and Duncarnock, descending steep grassy bank to the East then profiling round to head over wall to walk parallel to periphery of Glanderston dam, using footway to gain access to the Northern tip, then up Wsw following line of track on the Os map to a minor lane, continuing on track Wsw before heading South direct for the top, recording 211m @ NS 48873 56040. Continuation to Neilston Pad...Dazingdale28/09/2019
Drove up the track to Snypes from the NE and parked at the sheep pens just beyond the pylon. Over fence and up the various summits. Some sheep and cows around, but saw on one; although it was 22:50.Minto03/07/2019
After Duncarnock. Farm track from approx. GR493564 takes you to near top of this undistinguished hill. On to Neilston Pad.russell6113/12/2018
Just a bump in a fieldhillsman22/08/2018
From Neilston train station up minor road to Snypes farm access road and cross fence to field in mist and light snow.Thearlaichdubh22/01/2017
Quickie from ne, last of the weekend, very pleasant autumn Sunday in RenfrewshireRHW23/10/2016
Out on the bike out of Barrhead - visited summit from Snypes road on the off chance it was a Tump. It's a very fine viewpoint. Some good country around here.fasgadh25/06/2016
parked on track heading for fishery just below hill.robertphillips30/06/2015
From NE junction.agentmancuso02/01/2015
P at T jnct. Track from NE then into field.chrisbien22/02/2014
First of five tump round from Neilston.campagvelocet30/01/2014
Chris Mac24/06/2020
Colin Crawford21/01/2015