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Hill number:1720
Height:523m / 1716ft
RHB Section:27B: Carrick and Galloway
Donald area:Galloway Hills
County/UA:East Ayrshire (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Dodd (500-599m), Donald Dewey, Yeaman
Grid ref:NX 47078 96245
Summit feature:pointed rock 3m from trig point
Col:323m  NX420958  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 77
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Observations:trig point has no benchmark number
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 128 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
A nice walk from the castle. A very easy, mainly grassy path all the way up Wee Hill of Craigmulloch; shame that the hill has been badly burned all over the top. No obvious path to Nick of the Mahm because of the fire but a path reappears below and goes most of the way up Craiglee. Rather windy on the top and misty but clearing on the way down.Gill25/01/2020
As others, parked at the Loch Doon Castle Car Park & up well-used Craiglee Trail which takes a fairly direct line to the summit cairn on Wee Hill. From Wee Hill, along faint, intermittent path over fire-damaged terrain to the summit rock & trig point on Craiglee. Same route back to car. (S)gerrybowes18/06/2019
Hot sunny day.George Thompson18/07/2017
2nd hill of 12 on an epic crazy day in wonderful sunshine. I parked up at the Loch Doon castle car park and climbed Wee Hill of Craigmulloch then headed over here continuing on towards Waterhead. 1 1/2 hours later i would make a 2nd ascent as i tediously followed my gps route searching for my lost car keys!Dazingdale08/05/2017
From the Wee Hill, solo, in very dry conditions. 1.75 hours and just over 3 miles .bolton01/05/2017
From Castle Doom car park, up the marked trail over the Wee Hill first. Glorious sunshineN.Morters22/04/2017
Up Craiglee Path and across to summit after treeline, some tussocky stuff but nothing too bad. Great viewpoint over to Arran and N to Arrochar Alps, etc.AndrewFinnimore18/04/2017
From Loch Doon Castle via Wee Hill of Craigmulloch on a faint path.Chris Peart17/12/2016
FP from Doon Castle (to SE) goes over Wee Hill of Craigmulloch. Advise same route back as lower vegetation roughcarole engel14/09/2016
My first visit to Loch Doon. From the castle, followed Criglea (sic) trail. Keeping to right forks and following the best trodden path took me, as I anticipated, to Wee Hill of Craigmulloch (qv). From there, it was not bad going to Craiglee. Faint trods led to a path in a firebreak and to forest roads so I followed these, with the heart of Galloway's mountains as the view in front. Why the paths? There is a monument cross in this out of the way terrain! Good views of the river, Carrick Lane, from the forest drive just before getting to the tarmac.pwheeler13/05/2016
From Loch Doon Castle. Contoured on trod around W H of C to col and then direct line to top. Came of it SE to contour around South side of Mullus on Trod.Anton08/05/2016
Nice sunny afternoon bag (solo). Went up from Loch Doon castle, following trail initially.assynt_bob19/04/2016
Dry, sharp wind, cold, good views.iangalbraith17/04/2016
A fine hill with good views. All snowy with a fierce wind today.jenx30/01/2016
Penultimate Section 27 Marilyn w Jenx, from the large CP by relocated castle. Easy up the Craiglee Trail path. Option to head up over the Wee Hill of Craigmulloch or cut into the burn and head more directly. Generally easy going. Big snow showers added to the effect, good views to Corsorine and the Rhinns of Kellsnordicstar30/01/2016
craiglee and wee hill of craigmulloch from the castle carpark.robertphillips29/03/2015
Wee Hill of Craigmulloch / Craiglee from Loch Doon Castle.Jim Cooper24/05/2014
Wee Hill of Craigmulloch / Craiglee from Loch Doon Castle.Sue Cooper24/05/2014
Best ascended from Loch Doon castle. Open forest drive facilitates access from the south west. Beware of staying too long on the marked Craiglee Trail or accessing it from the car park at 475942, the trail goes nowhere near the summit. The summit area is rough and trackless, and the surrounding forests do not give comfortable off-trail walking.Topographer5717/05/2014
From yellow road by Loch Doon by a roundabout way, bwo Big Hill of Glenmount amongst others.Alan Moore16/04/2014
Gloaming ascent from the castle, and descent in near darkness SE. Rough going!Man of Kernow102/01/2011
with cousin MaryThearlaichdubh24/07/2010
Revisit. Nice summit, grass & rock, fine view. From SE, Castle, Craiglea (sic!) Trail then path along N edge of plantation, bypass steep knoll then straight up. Fairly tussocky in places.RHW08/02/2009
Straightforward ascent from Loch Doon castle.agentmancuso31/12/2007
A quick walk with Shaky from near Craigmulloch up the gap in the trees & on to Wee Hill Of Craigmulloch. Wandered over to the summit of Craiglee. Extended the walk by heading SW to pass Ballochling Loch & following the forest edge all the way down to Loch Riecawr before heading back E along the Forest Drive to the start.NotReallyABagger27/12/2007
Round of Wee Hill of Glenmount and Craiglee from the castle.Eddie21/03/2003
Parked by the rebuilt castle ruins. Faint paths led up over spongy dead lank grass and around newish plantings. Uphill by a stream and a wet buggy path into a broad col. More spongy stuff to gentle slopes via crags to a neat cairn and trig column without FB 200m west. 15.15.arranc03/05/2002
Date is first visit. Notes from later...fine summit, decent view, interesting little castle + see from Doon Cas @ 483950, good path to skyline then easyish tussock to summit RHW13/11/1999
MC MWMartin6601/07/1984
Dave McG19/12/2019
Simon Winton28/11/2019
Steve Q25/08/2019
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Dave Geere26/06/2018