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Name:Milldoe - Mid Tooin
Hill number:1555
Height:224m / 735ft
RHB Section:23: Orkney Islands
County/UA:Orkney Islands (UA)
Island:Orkney Mainland
Maritime area:Orkney - South
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:HY 35827 20695
Summit feature:grassy knoll
Col:36m  HY338137  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 6
(1:25k) 463
Observations:about 20m S of trig point and 3m higher; higher than nearby knolls
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 88 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Parked above houses at Graemshall. Mast path then fairly easy going over moorland to trig and high point.NormanW17/06/2018
From the mast followed the fence line which was a life saver given how thick the mist was. Stick with the fence and it leads you straight up and round to the Trig point and summit.elizyanne26/05/2018
Up track to mast (not driveable). Ground to summit not nearly as bad as described in some logs, just a bit boggy with some nasty spongy moss but I've known far worse! Did it in thick mist so well-chuffed to have found trig pt using SW bearing.AndrewFinnimore09/06/2017
Track to mast then bogtrot.Chris Peart23/06/2016
M, O. Straightforward ascent up track and across wet moorland to top. 1 hr 25.Martin6618/03/2016
Parked above houses. Good track then bog trot to summit which was easily found. With Val. 3rd Marilyn of the day.mike.hoult07/06/2015
Used track up to masts then across rough ground to summit.Campbell Singer29/03/2015
That required effort over tough terrain once the track had run out. Exhausting.Play2End20/08/2014
4 TuMP walk back to Stromness after getting dropped off at the ferry slip at Tingwall.Alex C03/06/2014
P above houses at track jnct. Track to Fibla Fiold then across bog to top.chrisbien31/05/2014
Cloudy but clear on top.bolton04/08/2013
W Jenx en route to Shetlands. Quick dash up. More later!nordicstar26/05/2013
Used track initially then over rough moorland to find mound towering over trig point in the mist and then onto neighbouring Tump.Dugswell204/06/2012
Parked near Graemshall. Track gets you easily to the mast, then it is rough going (and coming back!). Another suspicious looking mound higher than the trig. Atrocious weather.Martin R13/05/2012
Cycle-able up to mast the a bit of bog.Eddie17/08/2011
Sunny, windy, dry, good views.iangalbraith25/08/2008
From Graemshall to NE, long track leads to mast. Then rough going to a trig, but 20m away is a huge peat hag / knoll which is 3m higher. Dire weather conditions - wind, snow and hail.Aye Jimmy23/03/2008
Parked on the A966 and walked up the mast access track. It was then a bog hop to the trig.garyhoney20/06/2005
Solo Uisdean2511/08/2004
Date is first visit. Notes from later...see log on RHW29/07/2002
From end of tarred road, easy walk up to masts and over uneven swampy moor to trig 10593 at 11.15.arranc02/06/2002
Tom Mundell02/07/2018
Trekking toes02/07/2018
the pigguy 12/08/2017
walk livi02/07/2016
Nick Down105/09/2015
Neil Midgley18/07/2014
Jon F03/06/2014
Lionel Bidwell18/09/2012
Susan Bidwell18/09/2012