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Name:Mount Hill
Hill number:1677
Height:221m / 725ft
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
County/UA:Fife (UA)
Catchment:Eden (Guardbridge)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (200-299m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NO 33094 16479
Summit feature:no feature: ground on NW side of tower 25m WSW of trig point
Col:58m  NO328176  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 59
(1:25k) 370 371N
Observations:trig point is 0.75m lower than summit
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 229 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Cycled from Cupar, then along tracks from road at SE. With JAS.kdbennett12/04/2020
Parked on the bend next to the tree. 200 yds back to the start of the public footpath to the monument. With Rosie and Brodie. Muddy despite the fact no rain for a while.Longwojo24/01/2020
Second visit, with Marian and JohnColin Crawford15/12/2019
On paths from The Mount.Winterfloodian28/08/2019
I parked just inside the field, to the side of the track, NO338158. Up track to The Mount, following SRoWS signs to the Monument along subsequent flooded tracks which doubled as streams. At sharp R bend, with rusty old gate ahead, there were no useful signs - guessed it was through wooden gate on L as there was no sight of a monument - after 50m, tower loomed out of the mist - guess was correct. No view in the horizontal rain.Isbjorn24/06/2019
With f. From track/road junction at NO338158Danmawr12/05/2019
From Cupar along the country roads to the south.Windy Corner13/04/2019
Climbed with Elaine on glorious spring day. Got to the very top of Hopeton Monument.Skerryvore26/03/2019
4of4: From Mount Farm. F/p sign at 339159ChrisR24/10/2018
Parked opposite Mount Farm cottages and followed the signed track to the Hopetoun Monument and trig. A pleasant summer evening stroll.Nick Down129/06/2018
From south - signposted route.BLACKHILL23/03/2018
With Brian R. on a cold, windy winters day. Still no view.Play2End13/01/2018
By waymarked route on way up to Forfar for Christmas with my sister. Drizzle.SS25/12/2017
Something of a disappointment given its prominence. Muddy track, no interpretation, forestry works. The people of Cupar who built it will be spinning in their collective graves.summitter25/11/2017
The usual route via the signed track. Snuck in and parked in the field entrance alongside the track. The track winds around a bit up the hill, eventually arriving at the somewhat hideous monument. A bit of a smoky walk, due to chaps burning stuff after tree harvesting operations.Gill09/11/2017
By signed route from the S.Chris Peart25/10/2017
Great walk up to trig, fully pathed all the way up. Once up there there is the Hopetoun monument which is quite spectacularthejackrustles05/04/2017
2nd Ma of 4 today. From the Mount, to the tower, walking on the tracks round the hill as the 'official route' was messy with tree felling. Gate in deer fence gave access to summit. Between showers- very clear away from the showers.pwheeler21/03/2017
With MN route etc as kdbennett. Path muddy due to forestry work. Interesting monumenttrimarc208/12/2016
Signposted from road at SE. Summit enclosed by new deer fence, access by gate at W sidekdbennett27/11/2016
Marked route from the SE. The route is well marked unlike the monument that does not say what it is there for. Apparently it was erected to honour John Hope who was a hero in the Peninsular War.clivevilla08/10/2016
Solo jog, from SE up the farm tracks as signposted.amswanston04/09/2016
From SE up the farm tracks signposted, clear and dry on hill but lots of low cloud and rain to the west.N.Morters12/08/2016
Up marked path from road to the SE. Route and write-up at:
Weather fair.MountainMac07/04/2016
Nice cut bench mark on south face of the tower.ARM23/01/2016
Beautiful evening stroll in wintery weather. A nice sunset over the Lomond hills. Loads of pheasants.jenx30/11/2015
With Jenx from south. Marked path all the way. 40 minutes round trip. Impressive monument, albeit raised by local serfs to honour their landlord.nordicstar30/11/2015
Self, Peter and dog. Lovely day.Invicta1425/12/2014
Pleasant easy walk along farm tracks right to the summit.martin_hall02/11/2014
LSjohn steel26/10/2014
parked on grass verge at NO 338 158 took footpath signs to top.robertphillips25/10/2014
With GM from the public footpath south of the Mount Farm.bolton30/08/2014
Overcast, dry, mild, good views.iangalbraith02/03/2014
with Inezclashcityrocker26/02/2014
Path from the southAndrewFinnimore09/02/2014
With Ruth and Lucy parking car on road to SE - a lovely day, the last wild raspberries kept the girls going on the ascent.paddyirish08/09/2013
With Dad and Lucyruru200808/09/2013
Parked at NO342163 next to the Farm Cottages. Then down the road across the field, through the forest to the monument. No view to write home about.Play2End26/05/2013
Start: NO337158. Notes: Ascended along obvious tracks. Shame the monument is locked; it looks like it is in serviceable conditionraffemeister25/05/2013
In the snow -went from the southAlisonFox66 04/02/2011
Views better from field to north of woods, pleasant spot in woodland. Climbed from SE.andy30/05/2010
From lane end to SE. Up track towards Mount House, then wood to tower on hill. TP near tower. Tower door was locked.Aye Jimmy24/11/2009
From east on dry clear day. Met a man and family who had a key to the tower which certainly improved the view. This was the 6th time the tower had been open since October 2008. Very dark and narrow on way up....Dugswell206/08/2009
Ascended from the south east.JohnW25/10/2008
Revisit. Easy access from SE, space for a car, luckily unoccupied and no-one seen en route. Nice summit and view. Tower door padlocked. Path crosses summit WSW-ENE although couldn't find its E end on the way up.RHW18/10/2008
With Dave, Jo and Poppy as a baby at dusk. Date very nearly right. Rounsfell29/12/2007