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Name:Innerdouny Hill
Hill number:1660
Height:497m / 1631ft
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
Donald area:Ochil Hills
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
County (CoH):Kinross-shire (CoH)
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Earn, Leven (Leven)
Watershed:Firth of Tay, Ardlamont Point to Fife Ness, Firth of Forth
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (400-499m), Historic County Top, Yeaman
Grid ref:NO 03218 07314
Summit feature:ground 1m NW of trig point
Col:269m  NN944058  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 58
(1:25k) 369
Survey:obvious summit
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  • Kinross-shire historic county top

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As suggested by others, took the forestry track to NO038076 and followed the clear path up from there. Easy route if not the shortest. On to Mellock Hill: short passage through the trees to NO029076 then easy walk along firebreaks via Black Law to NO025067. Eventual return from this point following the tree line to NO015070 and back to Littlerig CP. Much shorter than the ascent, although not such easy going.TRG31802/06/2020
Solo jog up the via normale from Littlerig.amswanston01/02/2020
Isbjorn has the route to follow. Up the track from the Littlerig car park. Turn right at the first fork (don't follow way marked route) and keep walking around the hill until the track eventually reaches an open area. From here a narrow footpath follows the line of an old post and wire fence to a stone wall and then on to a summit. No thrashing through forestry required, just a little patience.summitter10/01/2020
2nd time.russell6112/08/2019
From Littlerig (good parking). NE up forest road. The critical R turn is at least 150m before where it is depicted between two knolls, on the OS 50K map - it is a narrow fork, marked by a post with yellow arrow disc - ignore the arrow insistingly pointing L and take the R fork. The bends, descents and reascents of the forest road seem endless and disorientating but stick with it until a broad ridge is crested at NO 038076 where open moorland comes into view and the road starts to descend into much denser forest, marked by some decrepit timber work. From here an old fence acts as a 700m handrail, SW, to the top (occasional signs of a 'path' under the snow).Isbjorn19/03/2019
Running from Dunning Glen. Windy, overcast, almost drizzle. Rounsfell07/12/2018
1of4: From B934 at Littlerig south CP.ChrisR11/09/2018
Parked in Littlerig just as the rain started! Followed the track as described in Jonny Muir's book. Path to the trig point follows a fence line and then through a gap in a wall. Weather improved considerably and superb panoramic views in all directions enjoyed whilst enjoying coffee.Buck30/07/2018
On the summit at 6:30amish whilst kids/Sarah still asleep in hotel. Used route described by Gill. Much nicer walk than I had anticipated.assynt_bob07/05/2018
As described by Gill.martin_hall15/04/2018
It's very easy getting up this hill. Park on the logging road, walk up the track, take the right fork, follow the track almost to its end (with two short descents) until you reach an open area on the right of the track, continue briefly until you reach more trees, where you'll see the fence heading up to the right, follow a good path along the fence to the top, and enjoy the splendid views.Gill26/10/2017
As Dugswell et al - there's a well trodden path along the fence now.Chris Peart23/10/2017
With Katy. Misty wet walk!George Thompson23/07/2017
Historic county top on way to Crief for Donald walksnickywood114/07/2017
From Littlerig. Used info from others...track to high up round the back, small cairn marks forest break. Beware...not good at upper end storm winds have blasted down the trees near the top, spent 40mins trying to pick a route out, and then was a long way east. Route down returned to wall just before summit, followed a wide dog legged forest break to within 100m of track. Recent felling makes a good alternative route up, but will close in a few years. If you use, on the way up after the track splits in two take the right fork, it then dips down to a tiny turning track marked on OS GR 025076. Head due south and the wide break on the left in a SE direction (not the south forest break to the right). A wall is hidden under the left side edge trees and follow the river and wall to the top.N.Morters01/04/2017
From Littlerig along forest road, then up to summit through clear area NE of summit. Returned by following NW by a stone wall down, then SW along a firebreak back to forest road (some changes of direction, road in sight at end of firebreak)kdbennett25/03/2017
Solo. From car parking area at Littlerig up forest track to just before Mid Burn. Then up ride. Descended on the much easier route to the east to reach the forest track and so back to Littlerig. Very misty so not much of a view.pwbellarby08/01/2017
Followed forest track all round back of hill until a cairn is spotted away down on left. At this point headed uphill on right following fenceline.PaulineD05/01/2017
A pleasant sunny saunter to welcome the New Year. Sun rising soon after I lefty Littlerig, no-one around, except a young fox on the track towards its end. The walkers' path following a fence that meets the track on its right gave a dry and easy route to the summit.Nick Down101/01/2017
Parking on B934, with mora my dog. avoid firebeak at no 033 078 many fallen trees.BLACKHILL19/10/2016
Second of three tops today, starting from the forestry car park at Littlerig on the B934 this 5.5mile walk with 210m of climb can be found in Jonny Muir's book of UK County tops, The walk took me 2 hours to complete.WAYNE ROWLETT25/08/2016
Second Top today (after West Lomond). Littlerig CP, path all the way to the north of Brunt Hill (not that you can see it for trees) and then fire-break south and upwards which eventually gives a line to the summit beside the wall/fence. Plunged into the forest taking a direct line west back to join path near where the rivers meet. One of the lowest Tops in Scotland, but superb panoramic views in all directions.callumorr13/08/2016
From Litterig. Nordicstar's directions worked a treat. Route and write-up at:
No problems with logging today, though they look ready to take some loads out via the walking route. Deep snow higher up made for an interesting challenge. Misty too.jenx01/12/2015
With Jenx. After Lendrick Hill this a harder proposition esp with the deep snow on track and clearing on top. From Littlerig to West. Lots of parking off track. Then the long and winding and snowy road to high point at 460m. Take the far side of clearing using old fence line as handrail to the top. Nice trig, no view. Hard work across the top in deep snow.nordicstar01/12/2015
At night.Stevend110/11/2015
Weather fair but views murkyMountainMac01/11/2015
From beginning of track off B934 at Littlerig - NO 01285 07090. Room to park 2-3 cars when tree-felling not in operation. Took forest tracks up round to east side of hill, then boggy path up to trig point on summit. Returned the same way. Solo walk. WARNING: currently tree-felling may cause some access issues on weekdays.Man of Kernow127/09/2015
The Lionel/Gerry route seems a lot easier than using a firebreak. The OS map isn't great. On the north side of the fence heading ENE from the summit is a large unforested area.Pete R26/09/2015
Parked at the beginning of the forestry track at Littlerig then used this track to get around to the eastern side of the hill, up beside the fenced forest on a small path to the top. This route avoids the forest and many fallen trees.Dugswell222/07/2015
On the track from Littlerig car park around to the eastern side of the hill, up beside the fenced forest on a small path to the top. Sunny, a bit breezy, snow level about 550-600 m.oriolefan10121/02/2015
from littlerig up track.robertphillips23/12/2014
Followed track to NO 03814 07653 then path by fence to summit.Lionel Bidwell08/10/2014
Parking area by forest gate at Littlerig Up forest track to 038076 WSW up faint path alongside fence to summit. (Solo)gerrybowes28/04/2014
One of those I'd rather forget! From Littlerig up track but went into forest too early and ended up getting trapped under windblown trees. Eventually escaped to find the summit and took a much easier line down via a wide firebreak to the west.AndrewFinnimore05/09/2013
Self and BonnieInvicta1413/08/2013
A nice quick couple of walks after St. Andrews parkrun. West Lomond hen on to Innerdouny Hill. One day, two county tops... Innerdouny Hill has lots of forestry but thankfully it's relatively clear from the end of the forestry road. No scrambling through firebreaks!killiedaft10/08/2013
Saw nobody. Easy path from Forest track.bolton21/07/2013
Misty snowy walk with Jenny, Holly and Abby. Followed track to obvious firebreak and then follow fence and thru stone dyke to trig. 2 1/4 hours there and back.alexmaclennan16/02/2013
Easy forest track from car park at Littlerigg. Maps are wrong, there are no trees on summit and on a clear day the views are great - from Ben Lomond to Lowland Hills. Last 800m of ascent cross country. Descent difficult to south if not on tracks as I coulpeter07/09/2011
Dry, hot, calm, good views.iangalbraith23/05/2010
Revisit. Grassy summit near forest edge. From W, Littlebeg, parking inside forest; forest road to 026076, S thru open spruce then followed tussocky ride (wall) E then S to summit.RHW27/09/2009
Started at FC car park to W at Littlerig. Easy forest walk until trig could be seen on skyline, then direct ascent to reach it was a struggle. May be better ways.Aye Jimmy26/02/2009
With daughter Cara. Tree scrambling involved.Topographer5726/06/2008
Afternoon walk from Littlerig with Mike & John, in fine weather with patches of ice underfoot.barnz4803/12/2007
Ascended from Litterig. Pleasant summit and views.JohnW22/10/2007
Fine views in all directions make this a truly spectacular spot. Followed forest track to just before Mid Burn and then ride to fence line and up the fence. No tree scrambling at all.andy26/07/2007