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Name:Drummilling Hill
Hill number:13687
Height:104m / 341ft
Parent (Ma):1685  Blaeloch Hill
RHB Section:27A: Ayr to the River Clyde
County/UA:North Ayrshire (UA)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (North)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:NS 20658 49227
Summit feature:ground by remains of old wall
Col:52m  NS208492  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 63
(1:25k) 341S
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 17 users)ByDate of Ascent
Staying at Law Castle for the weekend as part of my pal Dave's birthday bash, so popped out to do Law Hill, Tarbert Hill, and Drummilling between celebratory drinking bouts.summitter04/05/2019
P NW end of cemetery, stroll over short grass.agentmancuso14/03/2019
10 minute walk from train station via cemetery. Great views over W Kilbride. On to Cambelton HillThearlaichdubh05/05/2017
1st hill of 11 today from the station. Started at Dalry,changed at Kilwinning then train to W. Kilbride. Managed to get my large rucksack collected at the station and after coffee at both the Cherry Orchard (not So friendly) & the friendly Barony centre I went up road to cemetary and Climbed stile at the back to access a pleasant grassy rise with conifers on the edge. Summit is either a grassy knoll or further onnear fenceline. Pusherd my way through gorse (ouch!) to descend to Track leading to the B782. I Was greeted by friendly horses en-route.Dazingdale19/09/2016
From cemetery, dry, mostly sunny, windy, cold but good viewsiangalbraith06/01/2016
W Kilbride-Drummilling Hill-Glenton Hill-Gill Hill-Blackshaw Hill-Law Hill-Tarbert Hill-W Kilbridecampagvelocet16/02/2015
from the cemetery.robertphillips31/12/2014
From top of cemetery.chrisbien01/12/2013
Sick Kid15/05/2020
Colin Crawford16/04/2015