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Hill number:13845
Height:444m / 1457ft
Parent (Ma):1809  East Cairn Hill
RHB Section:28A: Firth of Forth to the River Tweed
County/UA:West Lothian (UA)
Class:Tump (400-499m)
Grid ref:NT 07931 55955
Summit feature:no feature
Col:409m  NT082564  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 65 72
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 18 users)ByDate of Ascent
West Calder-Camilty Hill trig-Mealowther-Byrehope Mount-Craigengar-Darlees Rig-Henshaw Hill-Tarbrax Bing-Pearie Law trig-Addiewellcampagvelocet18/10/2018
Easy from layby on A70 S of turnoff to W Calder mainly tracks and well grazed grass. Boring. On to Darless Rig.Thearlaichdubh14/07/2018
Second of a flawed round with not enough oddments and left to late.vegibagger03/07/2018
Followed route described by Minto. Pleasant bright day with good viewsJubilado29/03/2018
Final west lothian tump, parked mid crossswood farm, track to reservoir, then follow wall to near the top.robertphillips13/01/2018
I had hoped that the boggy ground would be frozen- but no, just covered in snow, which was difficult. I parked on the A70 just north of the Crosswoodburn track, by the entrance to the forest on the north side. Up past the south end of the reservoir, back down past the north end, but neither were very satisfactory. It might have been better to come from Craigengar, or at least to save for a day when the ground was visible.Pete R14/01/2017
Parking at track to Crosswoodburn. just through the gate, appears to be OK (pretend you're going fishing). Followed road, path and track SSE to outflow of Crosswood reservoir, where there is a bridge, despite Ford on map. Easiest going in not on the rough track, but head upwards towards old railway truck, where a wide grassy swathe runs parallel to the track. At gate turned up hill through gates and followed fence and wall to summit.Minto09/07/2015
From WNW, Crosswoodburn/West Linton Scotways path well marked, then tussocky going, via Henshaw Hill. Easy descent W to burn (nice cascades) then mapped farm track.RHW09/05/2015
With Peter. P by WLGC house. Track to Catstone, over Fadden to Craigengar and then Mealowther and back the same way.chrisbien04/01/2015
Dave Geere30/07/2016
Colin Crawford17/06/2013