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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), Yeaman
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 109 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
2 of 2: After Rousay we drove to Graemshall and parked at the junction above the houses.Track to the mast, then rough ground to the top. We came across a camera and poison feeder on a peat mound on our way back to the mast! With Karen.ChrisR08/08/2020
Following Rousay cairns/Marilyn, afternoon walk up the mast track to mast then over moorland (looks can be deceiving deep pools easily circumvented) and return for bus back to Kirkwall. Clearing to sunshine.N.Morters23/08/2019
From Graemshall to mast and summitcurlebd09/07/2019
Parked above houses at Graemshall, then followed track to mast. Ground rough but mostly dry to trig and then onto mound for HP. Bonxies nearby to NW of trig, but not a problem.PeterD25/06/2019
From Graemshall to mast by bike, then on foot to summit.Winterfloodian05/06/2019
Jon Glew got his 4WD up to a parking area just before the mast on Fibla Fiold, but this would not be possible in the family car. The walk to the summit is almost flat from there across reasonably firm ground except for the first few yards from the mast. I have re-erected the fence post marking the summit hag, but it will probably fall over again.Gill24/02/2019
Drove up to Fibla Fiold mast site. 1km walk over rough and soggy ground from there. 4x4 needed for the drive up, some steep, rocky sections, and good ground clearance essential.jonglew24/02/2019
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
Revisit. Boggy pooly summit. Feeling lazy I tried my luck driving the bumpy track, but still a 900m bog trot.RHW29/05/2010
Sunny, windy, dry, good views.iangalbraith25/08/2008
From Graemshall to NE, long track to mast. Then rough going to a trig, but 20m away is huge peat hag which is 3m higher. Dire weather - 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
dave g03/08/2019
A Peckish16/06/2019
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