|Height:||268m / 879ft|
|Parent (Ma):||1928 Larriston Fells|
|RHB Section:||28B: The River Tweed to the English Border|
|County/UA:||Scottish Borders (UA)|
|Grid ref:||NY 49068 84371|
|Summit feature:||pile of stones|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 79|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 12 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|visited the trig pillar first then the TUMP summit. TUMP has short grass, pillar wet underfoot||cjo||12/10/2019|
|From the S near Hillend, pleasant amble up sheepy pasture to the top, a few reeds but hardly a tussock in sight for a change!||Aye Jimmy||30/09/2016|
|That'll teach me not to trust old maps. I struggled out through tussocks to Blinkbonny Height, in rain and against a strong wind, thinking it was higher. Just as well that I took in Carby Hill on the return leg!||Colin Crawford||30/03/2015|
|Plenty parking near Hillend. Interesting looking hill fort on summit, but too wet and windy to linger and explore. Looks much closer to the road than it turned out to be (or maybe I was tired).||Minto||18/01/2014|
|P at Hillend Cottage. Top within the hill fort but not the large cairn.||chrisbien||18/06/2013|