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Name:Hurlet Hill
Hill number:13749
Height:66m / 217ft
Parent (Ma):1686  Corse Hill
RHB Section:27A: Ayr to the River Clyde
County/UA:Glasgow (UA)
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:NS 51405 61195
Summit feature:no feature
Col:32m  NS509606  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 64
(1:25k) 342
Observations:flat summit area
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 56 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Up from housing estate to E. Short walk through long wet grass.sclater07/07/2020
Same as last time from the houses to the east.robertphillips03/07/2020
Parked on Faskin road, near Faskin Crescent. A path goes in past the trees, then a pleasant short walk across the field to the summit. Someone must have done a 'litter pick' as there was little litter around. Interesting art work on the trig point.LizH17/06/2020
Local hill due to Covid restrictionscmac28/03/2020
The summit area is steadily rising as a result of the piling up of cans and bottles. Will be 220ft by the decade's end.summitter02/02/2020
12.30 with Jay Mistry, Brad Womersley, Rick Lomasvegibagger05/05/2019
Roadside parking (NS 5157 6118). Direct line over what seems to be an open access field.jonglew04/05/2019
Parked on Faskin Road and walked along the path before going across the long grass to the summit.clivevilla28/03/2019
Fashion Road ascent.Play2End27/02/2019
Parked on Faskin Road and walked up to the Alien trig point, then around path into woods, over fence and up to the summit.Chris Mac13/01/2019
From Byres Hill.Walked south on road until crossed river.Then took turned left into new housing estate and followed path round Bull Wood to avoid a lot of road walking.russell6127/12/2018
After Christmas shopping at Braehead. Parked just downhill from corner of Faskin Road and squelched over path into grassy area and wandered to top. May have looked a bit suspicious to person walking dog on a dim, wet afternoon.Jubilado20/12/2018
Parked just below the corner of Faskin Rd. Easy walk over rough pasture to top.Campbell Singer19/10/2018
2nd tump of 6 today, after Queen's Park i dropped down to Crosmyloof station, after being offered an iced bun from a stranger i took the next train from Nitshill, to take the path that meanders through the woodland but as i got nearer i headed out into the grass pasture of this gently rounded top. The high point is 20m S of the Alien trig point. Continuing over Temple Hill and onwards to Byres Hill......Dazingdale26/05/2018
Quick walk up the hill. Missed the path on the way up made it slightly more tricky.Walker Dan14/04/2018
From Nitshill Station. Straight walk along main road and up the hill. Trig hiding behind hedge.bevandy11427/08/2017
With Ben. Completes Glasgow Tumpshillsman16/07/2017
Close encounter with the trig pillar.ngthack15/05/2017
A stolen moment on a sunny afternoon, en route from a meeting in the city centre to the airport. Parked on Faskin Road and walked through the meadow to the Alien trig (which looked appreciably higher than the top of the meadow...).Nick Down121/03/2017
With Jackchrisbien22/12/2016
With dziadzojackbien22/12/2016
15 minute stroll from Nitshill Station via Nitshill Dr, Faskin Rd, 200m along path to trig and fine views of the Kilpatricks. There is a 45 minute gap between the arrival from Glasgow Central until the departure to Glasgow Central and the whole thing can be done in <90 minutes return to central. Impressive war memorial just below the station.Thearlaichdubh29/07/2016
From Faskin road, quick easy ascent to trig. HP other side of hedge to east.PeterD16/07/2016
Top of Faskin Road and walk on path over grass to trig on N side of hedge.arranc05/06/2016
5 minute walk from east. Alien is starting to fade from trig.Aqyx31/10/2015
Short walk from housing estate at Faskin Roadneimcv01/10/2015
Trig, summit and Glasgow completion.Dugswell227/05/2015
From SE. Nice walk around the meadow to the summit.Minto26/05/2015
3.5 hours from Manchester to collect the first of the 4 Glasgow Tumps. Path through field from road corner to the E up to trig: Nice views.GordonAdshead16/04/2015
from road to the east.robertphillips07/01/2015
Grassy field with the trig the other side of the hedgechrisbien13/07/2013
Fair bit of litter around, mainly empties.agentmancuso19/10/2006
Barbara Singer19/10/2018
Colin Crawford30/12/2017
andrew brown16/10/2017
carole engel10/09/2017
Rod M10/06/2017
Lindsay M10/06/2017
Colin Crawford22/06/2014