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Name:The Law
Hill number:1648
Height:638.3m / 2094ft
Parent (Ma):1642  Ben Cleuch
Parent (SMC):1642  Ben Cleuch
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
Donald area:Ochil Hills
County/UA:Clackmannanshire (UA)
Grid ref:NS 91026 99641
Summit feature:rock by fence
Col:617.9m  NS 9103 9996  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 58
(1:25k) 366E
Observations:10m from cairn
Survey:Leica RX1250
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From Tillicoultry. Straight up to The Law, across to Ben Cleuch and Ben Ever, double back over Ben Cleuch onto Andrew Gannel and King's Seat Hill back to Tillicoultry. Beautiful clear day, snow lying from about 400 metres. Great views in all directions. Mist over the Forth. 5 hours. 11 miles.Longwojo13/11/2019
From Ben Cleuch, down to Mill Glen and TillicoultryDanmawr20/10/2019
From Upper Mill lane Tillicoutry. Small car park at top of lane but plenty of room on the lane itself. Lovely walk up Mill Glen past waterfalls before steep up to The Law. Crossed to Andrew Gannel Hill then up to Ben Cleuch. Fine views across the Forth from the tops.mart079719/10/2019
Parked at the top of Upper Mill Street in Tillicoultry & up King's Seat Hill & Andrew Gannel Hill. From Andrew Gannel Hill, followed decent path to 9122 0037 & then took a faint path which heads SW to the col below The Law - A short climb to the summit rock & nearby cairn - Over fence & took path down S. ridge, over bridge & back down Mill Glen to car. (S)gerrybowes04/09/2019
Ascent from Tillicoultry along tracks E of Mill Glen to The Law, Ben Cleuch, Ben Ever and descending track W of Mill Glen, crossing it, and return along constructed path E of river. With JSkdbennett23/12/2018
With Keith from Alva Glen car park up to Ben Evers then round over Ben Cleuch, The Law and Andrew Gannel Hill to KIng's Seat. Returned by Tillicoultry and woodland path. Very pleasant walk. Saw helicopter land near The Law as we descended.SS25/08/2018
Great views over the Forth.summitter04/08/2018
On way up Ben Cleuch, lovely walk following the route in Jonny Muir's book. Sunny dayBuck02/07/2018
A loop from Ochil Hills Woodland Park to King's Seat Hill, Andre Gannel Hill, The Law, Ben Cleuch, Ben Ever and finishing with the Nebit.Chris Mac08/06/2018
On way down from Ben Cleuch with C after circular taking in Kings Seat and Andrew Gannell hills.PeterD24/05/2018
6th of 9.iangpark19/04/2018
First of the year!thekirkie pirate04/01/2018
Ben Cleuch loopHuwel18/08/2017
With Ben Cleuch.George Thompson24/07/2017
1 of 4: From Tillycoultry. With Tim.ChrisR01/04/2017
On way up Ben Cleuch, for which see log for my walk. Excellent routepwheeler24/03/2017
From Andrew Gannel Hill. Solo.Dangerous Dave03/03/2017
A winter's round from Dollar Glen: King's Seat - Andrew Gannel Hill - The Law - Skythorn Hill - Cairnmorris Hill - Tarmangie - Whitewisp - Innerdownie. Returning by the light of the December 'supermoon'.Nick Down111/12/2016
With Steve. T on our way up.Play2End28/11/2016
Upper Mill Street, Mill Glen, The Law, Ben Cleuch, Ben Ever, Wood Burn. All conventional except very steep slide/descent back to the level.callumorr18/10/2016
With Ben Cleuch, collecting the Donalds and Donald tops. The valleys which bring you up to these hills are more interesting than the tops but you can stride out and enjoy. Break the whole ridge into two walks to make your Donald collecting more interesting.nickywood121/08/2016
After AG Hill. A nice day.Play2End04/08/2016
parked car at entrance to windfarm on A823 ACW round of bald hill, ben buck NE Top, ben cleuch, the law, andrew gannel hill, skythorn hill, middle hill, cairnmorris hill, ben shee, nice sunny day mostly on good paths and atv tracks.robertphillips09/06/2016
Ben Cleuch circuitRoblex27/04/2016
The Law, Ben Cleuch and Ben Ever horseshoe from Tillicoultry (NS 914974).summitsup24/04/2016
Up from Tillicoultry. Back same way. Mopping up Donald tops prior to finishing the Donalds with the two in Glenartney this week. (I hope).ngthack04/04/2016
Steep ascent from Tillicoultry and then continue on to Ben Cleuch and Ben Ever - Mill Glen path still closed.gazzareth03/10/2015
Nice circular walk, parked in Tillicoultry, a very long and steep ascent onto The Law, followed the ridge to Ben Cleuch, Andrew Gannel Hill and Kings Seat Hill, walked back down to Tillicoultry the easier way on the East side of Ganol Burn. Bagged Ben Lomond earlier that day. Perfectly clear but very hot weather.DanTrig13/08/2015
See Ben Cleuchdickscroop23/12/2014
Circular walk from Tilli with Susan, Max, Josephine and dogs. Lovely cold sunny day with drifting low mist below us.alexmaclennan23/11/2014
Ochil 2000s hill race CraigW23/08/2014
From Tillicoultry, took the high east path above the Mill Glen (still closed) and up The Law to Ben Cleuch. Returned by same route.killiedaft07/08/2014
Parked at top of Upper Mill Street in Tillicoultry Path up Mill Glen closed so used higher path to E. Bridge over Gannel Burn & then track up over The Law & continued to Ben Cleuch. (PM)gerrybowes14/07/2014
On the way to Ben Cleuch with GB.bolton14/07/2014
Sun, rain, hail...summerRoblex08/06/2014
Ben cleuch circularbigeffindavie01/06/2014
With Caroland woman named Sue. Weather very good no rain but very coldmunromurph01/03/2014
Bagged as part of the run up Ben CleuchGravelMonkey04/01/2014
Mill glenFinlaggan13/08/2013
A diversion from my route to bag this hill.thenomad29/04/2013
Greenforet, Blairdenon, Ben Buck, Ben Cleuch, Andrewgannel, Kings seatborderterrier20/04/2013
on route to ben cleuch.robertphillips26/08/2012
After Dumyat! Drove to Alva and climbed Cleugh Frm Woodland Park. Track to West and steep up Wood hill, over Ben Ever to top. Back down via Andy Gannel hill and The Law into Mill Glen and traverse over quarry via old road and traverse track back to start.nordicstar04/06/2012
JEB, RIB Uisdean2528/01/2012
Gone over on way to/from Ben Cleuch.seumas17/01/2012
Solo, via Mill Glen, Tillicoultry, on a very cold and snowy day on the way to (first visit to TL) and from (second) Ben Cleuch ( both on 17/01/2012). Lingered at TL on the way up to tog up for the minor blizzard conditions. Third visit, also solo on 13/11/2018, was coming from Andrew Gannel Hill over TL and down steeply to Tillicoultry; very windy but sunny and lower down the wind abated allowing a second lunch break. Dropped down to Mill Street in T and then along Hillfoot Path W to P at Wood Hill Woodland Park.jacobus17/01/2012
with John Greendavidsbatty27/10/2011
Ascent prior to Ben Cleuch.Man of Kernow104/09/2011
climbed from Mill Glen, with slight diversion due to path closure for Mark's 600th Marilyn celebration. winds v light, sunny, stiff climb to B Cleuch, exit by Gannel Burn eeg crowdniallp04/09/2011