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Name:Moncreiffe Hill
Hill number:1676
Height:223m / 732ft
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Catchment:Earn, Catchment Boundaries, Tay
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (200-299m), Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,2,Y)
Grid ref:NO 13578 19972
Summit feature:small cairn
Drop:186m
Col:37m  NN930219  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 58
(1:25k) 369 380W
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 253 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From Tay Car park on the drive back to Edinburgh from Crieff because it was quite literally on the way. Interesting Iron Age fort. With trimarc2 who, of course, took the difficult way (ie sheer ascent) to the summit.Fionalevey12/08/2019
With Fiona. Lovely short walk from North car park.trimarc212/08/2019
Easy walk from the Tay Car Park to the north.Windy Corner21/07/2019
From Earn Car Park. Easy walk on very hot day.lenman29/06/2019
From purpose built CP at about NO135210 (note - CP 'closes at dusk to prevent anti-social behaviour', though the refuse bin was already upside down, spewing out its contents, as I drove in, so maybe today's ASB had started early....). Easy, well made tracks, followed 'white' route to visit Moredun Top Fort (summit) and Moncrieff Fort.Isbjorn23/06/2019
Walk up from Tay car park, good viewsNozzer17/04/2019
With Martin66, JC & Otis on a sunny & mild winter's day from the Earn car park/road end. Followed track to the hill fort & trig. Then continued round to the summit. Road noise from the M90 rather spoils the summit. Returned by the higher path.NotReallyABagger28/12/2018
Easy paths for very enjoyable walk from Tay car park.the pigguy 07/10/2018
Very enjoyable walk from SE Woodland Trust CP, taking in the second hill fort with trig point on descent.Nick Down129/06/2018
From Tay Rd car park (NO 1384 2100). Good forest walks most of the way, then on to the trig pillar - mor good tracks.jonglew11/06/2018
From Tay CP. With Sam.ChrisR31/03/2018
An easy walk from the main car park on manicured paths. But it was probably rather better than usual because of a bit of snow cover.Gill14/12/2017
Fine autumn colours but a gusty wind. Lucky folk who walk their dogs up here and use it for a lunchtime run, or stroll!RocksRock24/10/2017
From NO138209.summitsup28/09/2017
Lunch walk up easy tracks through woods from the car park to the northN.Morters04/04/2017
From Jubilee Car Park, along trails through woodlandkdbennett25/03/2017
With SteveGinaSmith29/01/2017
Followed the red marked route to top and visited both hill forts.PaulineD17/01/2017
With Zoe + Wilson.clashcityrocker03/01/2017
with Iain Robertsondavidsbatty15/12/2016
Parked near Easter Moncreiffe and walked up the large forestry tracks and then took a wee track off up to the trigpoint, we then continued picking up a few geocaches on the way and ended up in the dark on Moredun Top which according to hill bagging is Moncreiffe Hill, glad we took the wee extra hike to the top.thejackrustles09/12/2016
Parked at the small carpark at the East end of the hill where there is room for a dozen or so cars. An easy walk from there just heading up a couple of zigzags through the woods. Lots of birds around and a fine view at the summit cairn.Peterb25/11/2016
From woodland trust car park, with mora.BLACKHILL25/10/2016
From car park to N.Chris Peart02/07/2016
Parked in Woodland trust car par to north. Nice easy stroll on way back from a week in Moray.garyhoney25/06/2016
Climbed from car park to the north.wozzat25/06/2016
Weather fair.MountainMac05/05/2016
A quick bag from the free car park to the north, before it was locked for the night. A lovely hill that deserves better.Sprog15/02/2016
From Tay car park off minor road to north - got stuck on ice on way out and needed help. Lovely walk in crisp snow up well made and signed pathMark Sims15/01/2016
Enjoyable family winter walk - lots of little things throughout wood to keep interest of younger membersmenmuic29/12/2015
Quick ascent in the rain from the newish car park. Easy walk to the summit along good track, rain too hard to bother with other top.bowlesy21/12/2015
From CP to NE with Jenx. Pleasant late afternoon stroll inc trig point hill fort.nordicstar25/10/2015
Revisit from new carpark to NE with ZanderH, as I'd stupidly missed trig last time.agentmancuso23/07/2015
From car park to the north. Route and write-up at: http://gayleybird.blogspot.co.uk/2015/05/turin-hill-craigowl-kings-seat-and.htmlGayle24/05/2015
Parked at 138210 where there is a large car park. A very pleasant walk to this summit with great views. With GM.bolton10/04/2015
from carpark at NO 139 210 good path to the summit.robertphillips29/10/2014
Solo. From Earn Car Park. Along track through forest, then steeply up to Moncrieffe Hill Fort. There is a trig point here and good views. Continued to Moredun Top, another hill fort. This is where summit of Moncreiffe Hill is. Took meandering route east and then down. Saw red kitepwbellarby17/06/2014
Bagged wirh Jim Bloomer on a sunny morning.Dugswell223/05/2014
Started in Tay car park, reached both peaks. No access problems, great route.GeoMac06/05/2014
From the C.P to the north.Play2End19/03/2014
Solo run, quick up and down from car park at NO 139210.amswanston09/03/2014
Tracks through forest from main carparkAndrewFinnimore09/12/2013
Quick up and down from car park at NO 139210. Good views over Perth and surrounding areamartin_hall01/11/2013
A quick ascent on my way south after a week's hill-walking in the highlands. See my blog post for more details: http://blog.alistairpooler.co.uk/2013/06/a-short-wander-up-moncreiffe-hill-near.htmlalistairpooler19/05/2013
Self, Peter and BonnieInvicta1412/05/2013
Walk up from the north and back down the same way.brandybordeaux08/07/2012
MC JC OMartin6601/06/2012
Very windy. Pleasant woodland circuit with decent prominence.campagvelocet13/12/2011
Sunday afternoon out with my dad. Climbed from new car park to the north east.andy03/07/2011
Ascended from NE via new Woodlands Car Park at NO 139.210. Nice walk, poppy fields in bloom. Numerous sculptures in woods add interest. There's a trig about 400m from summit and quite a bit lower.Aye Jimmy17/06/2011