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Hill number:13592
Height:158m / 518ft
Parent (Ma):1679  Hill of Stake
RHB Section:27A: Ayr to the River Clyde
County/UA:Inverclyde (UA)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:NS 34421 71870
Summit feature:a few mossy boulders
Col:128m  NS337724  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 63
(1:25k) 341N
Observations:ground 100m NNE at NS 34478 71961 may be as high
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 18 users)ByDate of Ascent
Evening jaunt after work - first time bagging a tump for a while. Park at layby at approx. NS347 711, entered via South Craigmarloch Farm. By far easiest route from here is to jump fence on right, enter cowfield at 34678 71466 and follow beech hedge to gate. Follow grassy track after second gate. Faint trail to top, although took longer route over similar bumps on way there. Met two young guys (one dressed in full highlander gear) who had just discovered the place (I'd never been) - really didn't expect to see anyone!iangpark20/03/2020
Found the lay-by and gate on the A761. Then crossed a very squelchy, hoof-trodden field into the woodland and its top.summitter01/02/2020
From a gate to E on A761. Straightforward if a bit boggy. Went up three separate tops in the wood.sclater23/01/2020
P railway bridge to SSW, gates and pasture to pleasant woodland. Only snow free top today, sunset on way back down.agentmancuso02/02/2019
7th tump of 10 today on a 37.2km route from Kilbarchan to Greenock (Whinhill station) climbing Barnbrock Hill, Law Hill, Barlogon Hill, Craig Muir, Barscube Hill and Knockmountain, descending pasture, gorse to near Langside then using track onto minor lane cutting across to the Cloak road then across just North of Leperstone Reservoir to reach the A761 following it North before climbing over fence to follow track Sw, W then Nw to climb through the trees to the summit. Located the mossy boulders. Continued via two gates to the Auchenbothie road continuing SE then a minor road heads over to Gryfeside.,,,,Dazingdale27/05/2018
From Woodhall station ? sponsored by Rob. Up the A761 and through the gate to NE and up to summit in trees. On to Knockmountain.Thearlaichdubh12/11/2017
From ne, N summit slabby outcrop; S summit with hillfort markings not obvious on ground, hp mossy boulders. Nice bullfinchy deciduous woodlandRHW20/11/2016
From School car park to west. Stay high, boggy lower. Dry, part sun, mild and calm. Good views.iangalbraith29/03/2016
through gate from the west on minor road.robertphillips28/05/2015
Ninth hill for today, not bad in dreich January squalls. Small parking spot below old railway bridge, at NS342711, then across fields to the top within mature woodland. Two other nearby points visited but probably lowerColin Crawford24/01/2015
From gate to NW. S 155m contour has the top of the hill.chrisbien04/01/2014
Up from WNW. Down to NE. Pleasant within the wood.campagvelocet28/10/2011
Sick Kid12/04/2020