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Name:Black Cleuch Hill [Blackhouse Heights]
Hill number:1879
Height:675m / 2215ft
Parent (Ma):1845  Dun Rig
Parent (SMC):1861  Black Law
RHB Section:28B: The River Tweed to the English Border
Donald area:Manor Hills
County/UA:Scottish Borders (UA)
Catchment:Tweed
Class:Subsimm
(DT,sSim)
Grid ref:NT 22234 29017
Summit feature:ground by gate at fence corner
Drop:26m
Col:649m  NT223287  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 73
(1:25k) 337
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 124 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
With Gus McNicoll, from P at foot of Manor Valley, across two bridges and up steeply SE over Langhaugh Hill onto atv track which was left to go directly to BCH summit at fence gate. Continued S beside fence to Black Law. Weather was sunny with light wind. First visit was solo on 07/07/2015.jacobus03/08/2019
First of a good round (4 Donalds, 6 Tops and 3 deleted tops) from Manorhead.Tony S19/06/2019
A long walk through from Glenrath Castle farm to the Megget Dam. With B and R.jenx20/04/2019
Blair28214/04/2019
richtea504031/03/2019
Final hill of the day after circuit from Dollar Law to Cremalt Craig and over Greenside. Great day walking, saw nobody so a big bonus. Descended to Langhaugh Hill and back to car. Perfect weather good hills. Company: Soloiandesbottes25/03/2019
From Black Law. Easy walking between summits. Followed a vehicle track back, bypassing Black Law just below the summit, to descend Redsike Head to the track to Craigierig.LizH14/02/2019
PeterAH14/02/2019
kathyh06/01/2019
Up SUW from St Marys Loch over Deepslack Knowe then on to Black Law (Out and back to Black Cleuch Hill) then on to Conscleuch Head and Deer Law. Finished over Henderland Hill and down to St Marys Kirkyard then along track and road to car. Very heavy going in heather most of the day.SS27/10/2018
Manor hills circuit, last topN.Morters29/09/2018
VG quad track (not marked on map) up ridge from Langhaugh easily accessed from road,keeping left of farmhouse, all the way to summit plateau. Then a bit of nasty heathery boggy ground across to the summit.AndrewFinnimore13/09/2018
Roblex11/08/2018
Colin Crawford31/07/2018
tomandivy19/07/2018
Alone. Circuit of Manor Water valley.Grinner06/08/2017
Horse Hope Hill - Blackhouse Heights - Black Law - Black Law SW top - Conscleuch Hill - Deer Law - Greenside Law. Started from just S of Langhaugh at approx 8.30pm, climbing steep slopes to reach col and tussocky climb to Horsehope Hill and pitch tent close to summit. In morning continued S along broad ridge to Deer Law and then W to Greenside Law. Descent to path back to glen and short road walk back to car on hot sunny day.RobertP18/06/2017
thenomad16/05/2017
kiltedbiggles22/10/2016
DaveMcS09/10/2016
bertbarnett12322/09/2016
needanewdog27/08/2016
bogdodger20/07/2016
Solo round of the Manorhead hills, with Lily, from the parking spot close to Manorhead Farm. Sunny, chilly day with snow falling, in the last 30 minutes. 5 hours.alexmaclennan28/04/2016
C/W Round of horse hope hill, blackhouse heights, black law,conscleuch head, greenside law, notman law, fifescar knowe, dollar law from just south of langhaugh parked on verge.robertphillips19/03/2016
weaselmaster28/02/2016
Sick Kid28/02/2016
russell6126/10/2015
Crossed with Darren during Tweedsmuir OMM 2015 on Day 1, 6 hr Medium Score, over from a 50 point c/p down a stream to east and then down NW ridge only walking (with a pole)due to my torn calf muscle which held up amazingly well.Chris Pearson24/10/2015
Frogreen01/10/2015
From Langhaugh.ngthack14/09/2015
Dave Geere08/08/2015
Solo; went over on way to Black Law although passed it and had to return to get summit of BCH. Very wet on leaving car at Kirkhope Burn junction with Manor Water but rain stopped after about one hour.seumas07/07/2015
NormanW11/06/2015
carole engel07/06/2015
Colin Crawford21/04/2015
ARM01/11/2014
captainslow23/09/2014
Alan12/09/2014
With Greenside Law, Deer Law and Black Lawnickywood107/09/2014
See Black Lawdickscroop01/07/2014
chrispine23/04/2014
selfdavidsbatty29/12/2013
Gavin Theobald09/08/2013
Gallovidian06/07/2013
Langhaugh Hill, Waddyside Rig, Black Cleuch Hill, White Cleuch Hill, Black Law, Sting Rig.borderterrier29/06/2013
Martin6627/06/2013
iaindbrown13/05/2013
bertbarnett12306/11/2012
Ascent via Horse Hope Hill through woods above Langhaugh.fasgadh29/09/2012