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Hill number:1667
Height:419m / 1375ft
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
Donald area:Ochil Hills
County/UA:Stirling (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (400-499m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NS 83542 97689
Summit feature:rock 40m NW of trig point
Col:228m  NN819002  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 57
(1:25k) 366E
Observations:rock is 30cm higher than ground by cairn (NS 83567 97667)
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 345 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From Pendreich forestry car park, ascent and descent by main path. With JAS.kdbennett26/05/2019
Start Witches Craig Camp Site, with Irene,Dot and Chris.Hutchie04/05/2019
Parked at Pendreich CP but found empty spaces in lay-bys a few hundred metres further on. To avoid the very busy ‘tourist route ‘ to the top I followed the route slightly lower across the hill then up towards woodland then site of old settlement. Thereafter climb up to join normal route with detour to Roman Fort. Back vía same route.Jubilado01/04/2019
With Sue from CP at Blairlogie. Took the W path to meet the well engineered path avoiding the crowd (ten people) from Bridge of Allan path. Nice short day before Edinburgh.Frank29/03/2019
Doo-me-at or Dumb-yat? I choose Dumb-yat on account of the dumb signs - parked at Blairlogie Meadows (NS 831968)- up steps and through gate where greeted by two signs - horizontally L (W) to Blairlogie or R (E) along 'Hill Path'. So, I took the hill path R, expecting it to soon cut back up L (W) towards the 'homestead', but it continued E, off the RH edge of sheet 57, gaining little height until at Dumyat Farm, above which an unsigned path cut up L (possibly created by frustrated walkers) - this led up into terrain with multiple 'tops'. With having fallen off the edge of the mapped world, and trusting in blind faith, eventually, after a very steep section, arrived at white Trig Point, wrought iron brazier and memorial. Descended intended path of ascent to find out what went wrong, but ended up at Logie Kirk and a mile walk E back along A91 but couldn't see any sign of the 'missed' path, from the road.Isbjorn19/03/2019
Climbed with the Fife Walking Club. First walk with them.Skerryvore09/03/2019
Superb conditions, temperature inversion, the Forth Valley filled with cloudColin Crawford23/12/2018
4of4: From Pendreich CP.ChrisR11/09/2018
Overnight stop in Stirling en route to the Orkneys. Perfect way to use two spare hours on a beautiful summer evening - lots of others with the same idea. Walked up from Pendreich Forest car park. Lovely hill.Crib Goch08/06/2018
Walk up from MestrieKevPalmer15/05/2018
With Kate and Mike and Caroline Chambers. Time approx. Parked in forest car park; up by path, down by ridge. Sunny afternoon, good views all round.dbb13/05/2018
From NS813980. A fine warm Sunday so we were not alone. Also visited HPs at NS832973 and NS830978 -just in case they one day qualify as P30.summitsup13/05/2018
Dumyat Hill Racequadbarrel09/05/2018
Walked from the main car park on a clear day, amazing views of the central belt and big hills to the north and west.Chris Mac01/04/2018
Lovely hill. Awful dayLongwojo16/03/2018
A quick up and down from the track at 813 982. Lovely war memorial on the summit.Peterb14/11/2017
Along the western path. Met Alison Fox at the top.Gill26/10/2017
With Colin.Chris Peart22/10/2017
Up by Warlock Glen, down by Witches Craig, the finest route on this little hill. With Chris PeartColin Crawford22/10/2017
Marylin on way up to Crief.nickywood114/07/2017
Bagged as YSM0731 Dumyat Found ourselves unexpectedly in Stirling due to a vet referral for wee Charlie. Whilst we waited we decided to grab a few caches and trigpoints, I only expected us to manage a few Intersected Stations but as a we had extra hours allocated we decided we might manage this. Good path up and stunning views and a lovely white trigpoint. Mrs TJR put a stone on the cairn as thanks for Charlie as we'd heard on the way up that the MRI showed nothing serious which was good news. Still no closer to knowing what's happening when he has his episodes but at least it's nothing too bad ;-) 🐺🐺🐾🐾thejackrustles14/06/2017
Pleasant Easter Sunday morning walk with Kirsty and Robert, despite low cloud, light rain and sleet. Spotted red grouse and wheatear close up as well as skylark and raven.barnz4816/04/2017
Surprisingly exciting path up from Blairlogie Meadows car park. Solo.Dangerous Dave05/03/2017
with D Sime, S Logan, D Fraserdavidsbatty18/01/2017
3/3 Last of three on misty but dry day (Cathkin Braes/Darrach Hill/Dumyat)Fergalh20/11/2016
From minor road at ns 813 982, followed higher path. With mora my dog.BLACKHILL18/10/2016
From Stirling Uni campus with Black Hillvictimofmathema05/09/2016
Cheeky pre-work ascent with Allison, dodging the heilan coos!Craigieboy4401/09/2016
Parked at 813981. Followed tracks over high points to the distinctive top with great views. 80 minute return walk. Solo.bolton28/08/2016
Ascent from below new Beauly-Denny pylons on Sheriff Muir road above Bridge of Allan.SpudGunn06/06/2016
Enjoyable way to spend an afternoon based in Stirling the day before Rob's Trigger's gathering.Alex C14/04/2016
Climbed from the free car park in Blairlogie on a beautiful sunny day, with a cold wind and snow underfoot.Sprog14/02/2016
Otis and AlanGlenford02/01/2016
Out-and-back along paths from car park to the west. Route and write-up at:
Car park at north west side. Easy but muddy track. Carpet can be quite full on sundaytallblond15/08/2015
Ascended from Blairlogie meadows car park in cloudy weather, bagged this one after bagging Ben Cleuch and co as well as Ben Lomond the day before. Nice little hill.DanTrig14/08/2015
From Menstrie ascended the eastern slope.skoosh02/07/2015
Quick re-ascent to stretch my legs before a conference at University of Stirling.assynt_bob20/04/2015
from the west on sheriffmuir road great small hill.robertphillips01/02/2015
Nearly blown off the top.mardypig31/01/2015
An easy one to start with , verge parking to west on sherifmuir road. 360 views of central ScotlandMac187627/12/2014
Ochil 2000s hill race CraigW23/08/2014
Circular route from the west end of dumyat, along the hills overlooking menstrie till we reached Craig leith the circled back round the back of the hills and through some angry looking highland coosbigeffindavie02/07/2014
Just 65 mins return from the Sherrifmuir road, easy and very pleasant walking over sheep pasture. Nice summit. A haar drifted up the Forth and engulfed the summit before quickly clearing. Warm at finish 11 am then a drive down to Warwickpwheeler27/05/2014
From car park on lane above Blairlogie at NS 81239 97937 by standard 'tourist' higher route. Back by 'tourist' lower route. A fine wee hill!marktrengove05/05/2014
Short walk from Sheriffmuir Road, NS813980, to the summit and back.welshyboyo02/01/2014
From the minor road to the west on a fine Monday afternoon. 45 minutes to summit.Windy Corner17/06/2013
A great 'wee' hill done in fantastic winter conditions.thenomad22/01/2013
From Blairlogie car park nr farm shop. Up steep western slopes into burn line on fine sunny day. Climb to 200m before cutting back right to join tourist path to summit. Fine views in the sunshine. Back down to East via Warroch glen and traversing path to startnordicstar04/06/2012
With Lornarad26/02/2012