|Height:||77m / 253ft|
|Parent (Ma):||1679 Hill of Stake|
|RHB Section:||27A: Ayr to the River Clyde|
|Grid ref:||NS 38748 60602|
|Summit feature:||no feature: grass|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 63|
|GPS data:||show GPS entries for this hill|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 17 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|With an off-track diversion from the Lochwinnoch - Howwood footpath||Pampuco||16/02/2019|
|5th tump of 6 today. Climbed Queen's Park from Queens Park station, Hurlet and Byrne from Niltshill and then train from Paisley Gilmour station to Howwood to climb Broadhead hill then taking the track that gives access to the Folly; as others visited the Folly knoll before climbing the true summit then steeply down to walk back on the road to take the next train to Milliken Park for Kilbarchan via Barr Hill....||Dazingdale||26/05/2018|
|From lay by as others||hillsman||01/02/2018|
|Lay-by at bridge just past railway station. Good surfaced track leads to Deer Hill and The Temple. Kenmure Hill close nearby. Online guide 'Walks in and around Howwood'||neimcv||24/03/2017|
|20 minute walk across the wet fields from Howwood station. Folly obviously lower||Thearlaichdubh||10/01/2017|
|From ne. Sw summit with folly clearly lower although similar on 25k map||RHW||23/10/2016|
|parked at gate track to shed then to the top before work in the dark.||robertphillips||21/01/2015|
|From road to N top and folly with Jack. Nice views.||chrisbien||18/08/2013|
|North top and folly with dziadzo||jackbien||18/08/2013|
|Visit to Lochwinnoch and a jaunt to the folly.||Craigieboy44||08/03/2013|
|Folly on lower of two tops. Nice little tump.||campagvelocet||07/10/2011|
|I used to regularly cycle from Paisley to Lochwinnoch as a teenager when the cycle track was first opened in the mid '80s, and often though about coming up here, but never got round to it. Came up for a cache in the end.||agentmancuso||13/10/2010|