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Name:Craigend Hill
Hill number:13754
Height:56m / 184ft
Parent (Ma):1679  Hill of Stake
RHB Section:27A: Ayr to the River Clyde
County/UA:Renfrewshire (UA)
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:NS459705 (est)
Col:26m  NS453709  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 64
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 29 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked in the allotments car park to SE. Up track to water compound, and path to nearly the summit.Minto11/07/2020
Sick Kid17/05/2020
Ascended from the housing estate to the NEsclater23/01/2020
Walked from the near by Burnhaven - tarred path to the summit. Found the Trig and circuited the security fence to make sure I hit the high point.summitter02/02/2019
revisit walked around compound fence, 2 highpoints 1 at each mastrobertphillips17/01/2019
1st of 5 tumps today on a very hot day, this from Bishopton station (via train from Port Glasgow)walking to Erskine then up to the compounded reservoir, highest points recorded on both the West and East sides but I walked around the reservoir twice, the second time noticing the trig pillar that is not situated at the summit. Onwards via the Erskine Bridge to finish at Kilpatrick station for the next leg- Douglas park from Hillfoot station.Dazingdale28/05/2018
Quite a good viewpoint but I would not like to be up here at night.hillsman09/03/2018
Colin Crawford30/12/2017
Drove up to the reservoir compound, wandered around, trug bagged, likely the highest point, but there's another 55m co NW side of compound.jonglew01/12/2017
carole engel11/09/2017
From Kilpatrick railway station, over Erskine bridge, cross road at roundabout towards playing fields, then juked up through housing scheme to St John Bosco school, where joined tarmac path which takes you up to the mast and excellent views. Award yourself a prize if you can find the trig in summer.Thearlaichdubh05/03/2017
up track to the highest point masts.robertphillips20/01/2015
Highest probably near mast, NW corner of reservoir? Damp, low cloud, bridge and ok hills visible.iangalbraith27/11/2014
Colin Crawford23/08/2014
Up track top is W of reservoir not trigchrisbien14/12/2013
Straightforward walk up from the city farm.quadbarrel20/10/2013
Rode bike up to close to the summit.campagvelocet25/06/2010
Up the track for the trig.agentmancuso11/11/2006