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Name:Cramalt Craig
Hill number:1831
Height:830.2m / 2724ft
Parent (Ma):1830  Broad Law
Section:28B: The River Tweed to the English Border
Area:Manor Hills
County/UA:Scottish Borders (UA)
Catchment:Tweed
Class:Hump, Simm, Donald, Submarilyn, Deleted Corbett,
Corbett Top
(Hu,Tu,Sim,D,DN,sMa,xC,CT)
Grid ref:NT 16846 24736
Summit feature:cairn by fence corner
Drop:147.4m
Col:682.8m  NT 1584 2402  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 72
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Survey:Abney level/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 185 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Start Megget Stone ,Cairn Law ,Broad Law then onto Cramalt Craig return same route,5hrs, 8.5 miles, with Chris.Hutchie22/05/2017
15.8 Mile walk in perfect weather from parking area near Kirkhope Burn, walked along road to end and up good footpath to ridge across boggy col and up to Greenside Law, across head of Manor Valley on track to Notman Law, out to Cramalt Craig, and back along to Fifescar Knowe then Dollar Law, down a long way and back up to pathetic lump of Long Grain Knowe, out and back to Middle Hill, then along ridge continuation to Grey Weather Law, Pykestone Hill and The Scrape, descended to car via Posso Craig passing very strange and unused trig point down bottom of Northey Knowe hillside. Terrain very easy like walking on a carpet all the way. No people anywhere.DanTrig14/05/2016
Weather fair.MountainMac25/03/2016
Megget Stone-Talla Cleuch Head-Broad Law-Cramalt Craig-Dollar Law-Cramalt. With Gavin.MorecambeMonkey23/02/2016
Solo; second hill of the day, coming from Linghope over Clockmore, by-passing Pykestone Hill on E and up S flank of CC; visited cairn at fence junction and continued NW dropping to boggy col with indistinct atv tracks on the way to Hunt Law. Weather was sunny, warm but tempered with incresingly strong W wind.trienbrae19/09/2015
From Linghope.ngthack18/09/2015
The third Donald of the day. Slightly more interesting than Broad Law, i.e no cloud.Play2End11/08/2015
Solo with Holly and Lily. From Meggat Stone. There and back walk. Cold blustery day but with lifting cloud. Lovely walking over rolling hills and short dry turf. 5 hours.alexmaclennan14/06/2015
Continuation of walk from Clockmore. Descended NW to bealach, then followed various ATV tracks up to summit. Wasps' nest in summit cairn! walk continued to Hunt Law.marktrengove07/08/2014
With Andy, after Broad Law, starting from Picnic site parking at Cramalt on Megget reservoir.Crib Goch17/05/2014
round of 3 new donalds.robertphillips08/05/2014
See Broad Law for detailsdickscroop04/05/2014
and 14/07/2015chrispine23/04/2014
Solo.Dangerous Dave29/08/2013
MC. Part of 4.5 hr roundMartin6630/05/2013
Notman Law, Cramalt Craig, Hunt Law, Clockmoreborderterrier26/05/2013
Round included Dollar Law and Notman LawRoblex30/04/2013
A big ambitious running bagging day with Darren on snow covered hills with Darren. Got very cold painful feet/ ankles here in fell running shoes-solved by putting on overtrousers which kept snow off socks. doubled back to take in Broad Law nextChris Pearson12/04/2013
Talla Cleuch Head, Broad Law, Cramalt Craig, Dollar Lawborderterrier26/08/2012
Fairly easy from Broad Law.destaylor20/09/2011
With Des, Billy and Ed from Broad Law, thick mist and driving rain all daymick16/09/2011
From Broad Law in thick mist and driving rainBillyP16/09/2011
After Clockmore, passed over Pykestone Knowe and on up to top of Cramalt Craig.derekblackburn19/03/2011
First ascent was in the 80s.ARM06/03/2011
selfdavidsbatty22/02/2011
In Moffat for a couple of days, day 1 started solo near the high point of the road between the Talla & Megget reservoirs near the Megget Stone. Straight up the slope NW out to Talla Cleuch Head & then following the boundary to Broad Law. Then NE until just short of Cramalt Craig & then NW following the boundary to Hunt Law. Retraced steps most of way back & turned NE then N over Dun Law & Fifescar Knowe to Dollar Law. Followed the boundary all the way back to Cramalt Craig before heading SE over Pykestone Knowe & Clockmore before dropping down the steep & heathery slope to the reservoir & then a wander back along the road. A warm, sunny day where I misjudged the amount of water I needed.NotReallyABagger31/08/2010
As an extension to Broad Law, continued on down to col and climbed Cramalt Craig. Given it was the warmest day of the year spent three quarters of an hour on the summit before returning to col and contouring round Broad Law, maintaining height before reacdscargill22/05/2010
from Clockmore. downhill to find a sort of path losing height below the col to cross 2 gullies and on buggy track steeply uphill. Much easier going as short heather replaced the rough. To top at 11.20. Large pile of stones at a bend in the wire that had come up from the west. to Fifescar.arranc06/08/2009
From Hearthstane via Broad Law.agentmancuso21/02/2009
Parked at Linghope and went straight up. Ground completely frozen, inch of snow on tops. On to revisit Cramalt Craig, then down via Tods Knowe, Lamb Knowe & Wylies Hill to road.agentmancuso04/01/2009
Approached from Broad Law. When on top of Broad Law this one was just out of the cloud. Unfortunately in the 30 mins walk to the top the cloud base had risen slightly and obscured the topgaryhoney31/12/2008
Solo hill run Uisdean2513/07/2008
With Lynsey on Moffat to Pebbles backpackalistairpooler27/04/2008
Some sun, windy, good views, with Trish and Joe.iangalbraith13/05/2005
One way from Drumelzier to the Meggat Stane.agentmancuso16/07/2000
From Megget Stane via Broad Law.agentmancuso15/08/1999
Walking from Talla to Manor with kids.BigJ20/10/1998
Craigierig (Megget Dam)- Notman Law- DollarLaw- Cramalt Craig- Cramalt- Craigierig. A fine walk, much good going with a few rough patches. Excellent views. Surprise at the end- we had to climb a barbed wire fence by the Megget road. The 'white jumper day'. With Petepwheeler07/09/1998
This was my final Donald. Just one Top (Clockmore) remained.David Purchase30/05/1997
Solo. From Megget Stone to Talla Cleuch Head (Muckle Side), Broadlaw, Cramalt Craig, Clockmore and back along road.pwbellarby01/06/1995
Not sure of the date, but did as part of the Tweed Valley Mountain Rescue Challenge Walk.hillgorilla08/08/1994
Ascended from Broad Law.JohnW30/10/1993
Donald round: Talla Cleuch Head to Clockmore.Eddie16/04/1992
Manor Water horseshoe including Pykestone Hill, Dollar Law, Cramalt Craig, Black Law, Dun Rig and assorted Donalds and Tops RHW08/07/1989
PeteN01/01/1970
Sick Kid20/05/2017
weaselmaster20/05/2017
Ianto&Sue02/05/2017
anne336604/04/2017
Ralph04/04/2017