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Name:Capet Law
Hill number:18982
Height:423m / 1388ft
Parent (Ma):1679  Hill of Stake
RHB Section:27A: Ayr to the River Clyde
County/UA:North Ayrshire (UA), Renfrewshire (UA)
Catchment:Clyde, Catchment Boundaries, Irvine & Garnock
Class:Tump (400-499m)
Grid ref:NS 29635 60207
Summit feature:grassy knoll
Col:393m  NS295606  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 63
(1:25k) 341N
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 17 users)ByDate of Ascent
Circuit from visitor centre carpark.Grinner01/08/2020
Sick Kid25/04/2020
P wide gateway to Ladyland, right at Stables & track past now abandoned (?) Cockston. Up S of Kilbanes burn to impressive cairn at Auchenbourach, views of Ailsa Craig just under the mist. Went round all the various options, SW top the clear winner I'd say. Back down county boundary fence, Maich Water in spate to had to stick to W side over some easy windfell till track reappeared by FB. Renfrewshire complete.agentmancuso30/12/2018
From Lochwinnoch station to Auchenhain, the up tracks to open hillside after which it is endless tussocky heather and grass and very wet underfoot. On to Misty Law.Thearlaichdubh08/10/2017
P jnct by East Auchenhain. Up track to E of Maich Water. Crossing to N bank of Routen Burn. QBT to the various tops.chrisbien18/07/2017
Started ladyland house from the south,track to kilbanes burn, then up the north side found faint quad bike track to near top, visited all 4 tops sw top looks highest,final renfrewshire tump.robertphillips23/06/2017
Circuit from Blairpark.chalky195302/04/2017
From ne, soggy tussocky heathery out and back from Muirshiel. Hannah Law p28 NS 30663 61724 enroute, cairned oasis of grass. Capet 4 summits visited: E is NS 29816 60330 cairn, middle top NS 29738 60269 tussocks probably higher, 420co SW top grassy NS 29650 60218 similar to middle top; 419 spot NS 29633 60438 tussocks several m lower. Back same way keeping L of Hannah finding a grassy route up and down shoulder, path S side of fence, a few runnable trods further downRHW23/10/2016
Last hill of 13 today on my epic Largs to Lochwinnoch, climbing, Jock's Hill, Rigging Hill, Paton's Hill, Feuside Hill, Irish Law, Black Law, Windyrise, Box Law, Long Hill, High Corby Knowe, West Girt Hill, Hill of Stake, East Girt Hill and Misty Law followed by a long walk in. I climbed all of the potential bumps and after hard-going slog down by the fence walked over Ladyland moor and climbed over the Maich water to then use track that runs parallel before I took minor road into Lochwinnoch.Dazingdale22/09/2016
Long, long haul from the cemetery above Lochwinnoch, by way of Misty Law. The track from Muirfauldhouse is decaying and very wet but does get you up to the Donald Dewey without great effort. And there was a bit of a vehicle trace to follow to the area of Capet Law, where I visited all four tops, the southerly one clearly the highest. Then a horrid trudge NW to rejoin the welcome trackColin Crawford27/02/2015
From Lochwinnoch. Confusing area in mist. Found the four tops surrounding a couple of pools, although the one with a cairn was not the nearest one to the piles of stones note on my OS explorer map.campagvelocet28/11/2014