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Name:Maidenpap
Hill number:1794
Height:314m / 1030ft
Parent (Ma):1777  Criffel
Section:27C: The Glenkens to Annandale
County/UA:Dumfries and Galloway (UA)
Class:Hump, Tump (300-399m), Submarilyn
(Hu,Tu,3,sMa)
Grid ref:NX 89781 61615
Summit feature:cairn by trig point
Drop:142m
Col:172m  NX897628  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 84
(1:25k) 313
Observations:cairn base is at height of flush bracket
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 21 users)ByDate of Ascent
Forest road past gliding club then easily up through lines of trees to open hillside and hard going through deep heather to summit. Great views, trig, large cairn anfd walls of shooting hut.RichardM12/02/2017
Parked at road to avoid getting locked in ( but gate still open when we returned). Followed wide forest track until roughly NW of the hill then thrashed through pine ( surprisingly OK) then over thick open heather to reach top. There is a large cairn, trig and partly ruined brick tower at the top. The wind was strong and cold. We then went north east to Cuil- a thrash not recommended.Denise 12/02/2017
Open gate plus Martin R's excellent instructions made this easy.mae27/10/2015
Road gate locked but bike friendly entrance. Followed wall from NX892619 to the end the next wall NE. Hard work through rubbish. Came back more direct on feint trod through gap to wall summit at NX894615.Eddie23/09/2014
Started at NX88438 60919 and left the track at NX89361 62041 (forestry worker told me afterwards that I could have driven there, but I think it depends on whether the gate is open or not) A narrow and hard to find firebreak starts at NX89449 61953 - remember where you exit as it is not obvious on the return.Martin R11/12/2013
Parked at start of track to gliding club. Just past the NW/SE wall took the fire break (E). Went to the end where it went onto open ground. Steeply up thick heather with no paths or animal trods. Summit - stone ruin, large cairn and trig.chrisbien25/04/2011
Date is first visit. Notes from later...decent granite & heather summit, shooting box is masonry, lovely view SW. park on forest tk @ 893621 then thru young spruce RHW12/11/1999
Dave Geere07/05/2017
tomandivy05/06/2016
BaggerGutt30/03/2016
bjewing28/12/2014
cjo22/10/2014
carole engel05/06/2014
iaindbrown05/11/2013
irobbo12/09/2013
chalky195306/07/2013
Kiltie21/03/2013
alda20/12/2011
Alan Whatley02/11/2011
Colin Crawford07/07/2009
danpquinn31/08/2007