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Name:Taberon Law
Hill number:1896
Height:636.8m / 2089ft
Parent (Ma):1830  Broad Law
Parent (SMC):1857  Middle Hill
RHB Section:28B: The River Tweed to the English Border
Donald area:Manor Hills
County/UA:Scottish Borders (UA)
Grid ref:NT 14648 28883
Summit feature:pile of stones
Col:608.4m  NT 1523 2896  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 72
(1:25k) 336
Observations:flat summit area
Survey:Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 126 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Circuit from Drumelzier. Steep descent (ATV track) towards Hopecarton and then pleasant return to Drumelzier by E bank of the Tweed.benalder28401/12/2019
Parked on A701 near private road to Stanhope. Followed forest track above Hopecarton Burn then steeply up Earn Hope to summit. Onward to Hunt Law.RobB14/11/2019
Stob Law, Glenrath Heights, Blackhouse Heights, Black Law, Conscleuch Head, Deer Law, Greenside Law, Norman Law, Fifescar Knowe, Dollar Law, Taberon Law, Middle Hill, Drumelzier Law, Pykestone Hill, The Scrape. 10 hours 30.PGCE24/10/2019
From Stanhope farm, via the track that takes the west ridge. Descended steeply SSW back to main track and then south to Hunt Law. Low flying helicopter was spraying bracken late morning. Notice warning of this near the farm.Roblex08/08/2019
Same route as Tony, then continued on to Pykestone. With B and R.jenx06/07/2019
Park by A701 200m south of private road to Stanhope. Follow track towards Hopecarton and up though forest as far as sharp bend then direct to summit, initially by small burn (steep but straightforward and very little heather).Tony S20/06/2019
Small car park in Drumelzier at 136340. A clockwise circuit of the Donalds/Donald Tops above Drumelzier, visiting The Scrape, Pykestone Hill, Middle Hill, Taberon Law & Drumelzier Law. Apart from a bit of rough going on the walk out to Taberon Law, good terrain with well-used paths & tracks. (S)gerrybowes20/03/2019
Parked on the A701 just S of the private road to Stanhope. Followed the track signed 'Thief's Road', through the wood, then up onto the shoulder between Craig Head and Taberon Law. Descended the more southerly W ridge on a good vehicle track. Very pleasant walk.LizH27/02/2019
Circuit from Drumelzier.Grinner16/02/2019
Solo from A701 going down road to Stanhope, turning L after bridge over R Tweed to go towards Hopecarton but passing it on S and walking E to beyond stand of trees, then taking atv track S over and down hump beside forest on L. Steep climb up through tough heather to Craig Head then L (E) along atv up to Taberon Law: three pairs of snares were found across track - care required to spot and avoid them. Wind was v cold; didn't linger over lunch on N of CH but smartly returned along reversed uphill route to N of CH and then NNW towards Hopecarton but met electric fences so had to deviate to find wooden rungs over beside small stand of trees, thence down to main track near HC and onward to Tweed bridge. Weather was cold and windy but dry. First visit was also solo on 14/10/2015 coming from/to Middle Hill.jacobus17/12/2018
From layby on A701. Private Road to Stanhope. Track then vg quad track all the way to summit. Bit of a nasty descent through thick wet heather down southern slopes and across burn (just made it without getting feet wet but would be tricky if in spate) and another quad track to Hunt Law.AndrewFinnimore27/08/2018
From Middle Hill. Dropped down to the peat hags at the col, then up on a boggy path to the summit. Returned to Middle Hill. Solo.Man of Kernow120/04/2018
Taberton law and birkside law from layby on A701 near stanhope.robertphillips26/07/2016
Solo; continuation of walk from The Scrape: down from Middle Hill and up to summit stones of TL: returned to MH then onto shepherds' cairn on Glenstivon Dod for lunch break: went on to Drumelzier Law and along ridge to Logan Head and over Finglen Rig to drop down to valley track just at junction for path back to Mill House P. Weather was fine, just a little cloud with light winds at height.seumas14/10/2015
Out & back from Drumelzier circuit.ngthack16/09/2015
After this there was a nasty descent into the glen.Play2End11/08/2015
High cloud, part sun, cool wind, warm, good views.iangalbraith15/07/2014
See Dollar Lawdickscroop05/05/2014
With Dollar Law on circuit of 8nickywood129/09/2013
Kirkhope, Middle Hill, Taberon Law, Middle Hill, Pykestone Hill, The Scrapeborderterrier02/06/2013
A big ambitious running bagging day with Darren on snow covered hills from Meggethead. A substantial down -river crossing -and up from Hunt Law.Chris Pearson12/04/2013
During a long weekend based in Moffat. Parked at Drumelzier with Martin66, walked up the track to Den Knowes Head & then headed off to pick up The Scrape, Back along the fence to Pykestone Hill continuing over Grey Weather Law to Long Grain Knowe & then W to Middle Hill. An out & back to Taberon Law & then leaving the fence lines, across to Drumelzier Law & then dropping due N to rejoin the outward track. An easy round on frosted ground on a beautiful clear, windless day.NotReallyABagger30/11/2012
Dropped down from Middle Hill then up to top.derekblackburn16/04/2011
Park in small pull in on busy A701. On road, over Tweed, through farm on a vehicle track for a mile, cross side stream and straight uphill on buggy track, through bracken, sheep and grouse. Easy walking on flattened top to high point 10.45. Pile of small stones. to Huntarranc14/09/2009
Up West ridge, round Middle Hill & Drumelzier, back along track to Stanhope.agentmancuso13/06/2009
Solo hill run Uisdean2513/07/2008
Evening Donald round on the way home south: Dulyard Brae to Drumelzier.Eddie11/03/1993
Manor Water horseshoe including Pykestone Hill, Dollar Law, Cramalt Craig, Black Law, Dun Rig and assorted Donalds and Tops RHW08/07/1989
On way to Tony Smiths completion on Pykestone hill via dollar law.cjoblank
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