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Name:Queen's Park
Hill number:13750
Height:64m / 210ft
Parent (Ma):1686  Corse Hill
RHB Section:27A: Ayr to the River Clyde
County/UA:Glasgow (UA)
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:NS 57912 62080
Summit feature:flag pole
Col:28m  NS583618  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 64
(1:25k) 342
Observations:earthwork 100m W may be as high
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 68 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
15.55 wander up Queens Park from road to SEvegibagger27/12/2019
Parked in Langside Road just north of traffic lights with Grange Road. In the gate at the corner, straight up the path, round the back to access the flagpole and return by same route. Cold drench day with no viewsJubilado16/12/2019
Revisit on clear frosty morning to get the panoramic viewsThearlaichdubh18/11/2019
With Fergus, Jess & RosaidhBigNick26/10/2019
Glasgow Central - Ruchill - Springburn Park - Queen’s Park - Glasgow Central: cheeky bike ride on a 5hr wait between trains at Glasgow taking a bike back from the Highlands. Nice that all three tops were in public parks.Mark Jackson24/08/2019
May look easy, try it with a tumshie on your shoulders though!Craigieboy4410/06/2019
Dusk ascent with Lindsay after Scotland 2-1 Cyprus.Rod M08/06/2019
Roadside parking (NS 5810 6239). Straight up and down from the nearby park entrance. Top is a man-made feature but most likely covers the natural high point.jonglew04/05/2019
Parked at 58018 61807, up the tarmac path and then to the flagpole. Short walk.clivevilla28/03/2019
With Kathy and Cow. Busy sunny warm stroll.Play2End25/02/2019
Both likely tops. While my wife was being X-rayed at the Vicky.chrisbien04/12/2018
Pleasant Victorian park with impressive flagpole at top.Campbell Singer19/10/2018
5 hours from Leicestershire. Mislaid car on return. Turned left instead of right at park gates. Campbell not very pleased with me.Barbara Singer19/10/2018
With Fergus, when visiting his new flat for the first time.Rosaidh14/10/2018
1st of 6 tummps today, this from Glasgow Queen's Park station,having gotMmegabus from Nottingham to Sheffield, train to Doncaster, Train to Edinnurgh, train to Glasgow Queen st, walked to Glasgow Central the Queen st, taking path to the Arena then up to climb path to flagpole and mound to the West walked around, appreciating the extensive views before heading down to the pond where a family of Swans were busy dabbling with Pond weed. I made my way to Crossmyloof station for the next stage.Dazingdale26/05/2018
Walked to summit, Camphill Earthwork then did a loop around the park back to the start through various sledge runs.Chris Mac03/03/2018
Parked on Queen's Drive, walked across a corner of the recreation ground, and up the main path to the flag pole, mound and natural high point between them. Snowdrops flowering and an evening view of the city with lights coming on.Nick Down121/02/2018
With Benhillsman16/07/2017
Glasgow completed. Now for Falkirk.ngthack15/05/2017
Once of manyquadbarrel14/05/2017
With Jack for his Glasgow completion.chrisbien22/12/2016
With dziadzojackbien22/12/2016
from Queens Pk station through the water main replacement and up the steps to the fine viewpoint. Will return when the leaves have left. Completes first administrative areaThearlaichdubh01/08/2016
Parked by church to the north, easy walk up to HP and flagpole with A just as rain starting. Our final Glasgow tump.PeterD16/07/2016
Parked easily in Queen's Drive(no doubt quiet because of the rain).Easy stroll to top.catman26/06/2016
Natural HP between flagpole and earthworksAdrian18/06/2016
Flag pole on top of hill with view indicator.arranc05/06/2016
Less than 5 minute walk from flat, had a look around the glasshouse as well.Aqyx03/02/2016
From s, flagpole and earthwork both artificial but natural hp hereabouts. 8th UA P30 completion of the weekendRHW13/12/2015
Felt like getting out of the flat, so I popped up to the flagpole en route from the Co-op in Shawlands.Aqyx18/10/2015
Parked on Queen's Drive and took in the flagpole, could see Ruchill flagpole (visited earlier in the day). Superb autumn weather, will revisit when leaves have fallen.neimcv01/10/2015
Parked in the streets then toured the park high points and then the churches.Dugswell227/05/2015
Parked easily in Crosshill side streets. In via main gate (NE of summit). Wandered around park, and up to the summit.Minto26/05/2015
Amost impossible to park all round park: Came up steps from NE Gate. Great views from flag staff, before descending back down the grass.GordonAdshead16/04/2015
wandered up path to the flagpole.robertphillips07/01/2015
I'd hardly been out the house for a fortnight, laid low with the lurgy, so a wander round the park with Becca was a good way of getting moving again. My GPS put had the earthwork a metre higher.agentmancuso05/10/2013
Top is flag pole or highest point of earthworkchrisbien13/07/2013
Good view over Glasgow.campagvelocet24/11/2011
W Jenx at teh Green for Radiohead gig, wandered around the area and passed the flagpole top. It was a damp day...nordicstar27/06/2008
est dateKen_Stewart27/09/1974
Rough date.My school was at the bottom.ARM01/08/1970
Arbitrary date to enable inclusion - probably before 1960.mainnirnamfiadh01/07/1954
On a visit to a dentist!hillsmanblank
Lindsay M26/05/2019
Janet M26/05/2019
Colin Crawford30/12/2017
andrew brown16/10/2017