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Name:Nether Hill
Hill number:13874
Height:427m / 1401ft
Parent (Ma):1917  The Wiss
RHB Section:28B: The River Tweed to the English Border
County/UA:Scottish Borders (UA)
Class:Tump (400-499m)
Grid ref:NT 24820 20746
Summit feature:no feature
Col:392m  NT251207  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 73
(1:25k) 330 337
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 9 users)ByDate of Ascent
P at café. Took track on W side of NH to avoid cows then E and S. Down to March Sike. Gate where there is a break and old fence heading roughly N. Track along S side of BL then steep break to top. Best stay on W side as better underfoot and animal tracks. E was horrible.chrisbien02/11/2017
Awkward drop from Peat Hill then a steep ascent from the SUW. I should have gone on to Bowerhope Law but was now running out of timeColin Crawford20/10/2017
East Muchra Hill, Peniestone Knowe, Peat Hill, Nether Hill, Bowerhope Knowe, anti-clockwise from Tibbie Shiels. Amazing clear blue skies, once I'd climbed out of the freezing fog at the loch side.agentmancuso21/01/2017
With: hb; Parked at N end of Loch of the Lowes and followed track to Crosscleuch then headed up the hill on a direct line to the Trigpoint. Returned by a similar route.Ian Baines15/10/2015
1st hill of 10 day on an alternative SUW route from Tibbie Shiels Inn on St. Mary's Loch to the Caddon View country hotel in Innerleithen. Veered off SUW to ascend steeply. Nice unfrequented hill with nice aspect.Dazingdale14/05/2015
Dave Geere30/08/2017
Lindsay M08/01/2012
Steve Q03/04/2010