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Hill number:18983
Height:185m / 607ft
Parent (Ma):1679  Hill of Stake
RHB Section:27A: Ayr to the River Clyde
County/UA:Renfrewshire (UA)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:NS 36295 71960
Summit feature:no feature: grass
Col:153m  NS368718  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 63
(1:25k) 341N
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 17 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked besides a broken seat outside Langside. Over a broken gate in the trees nearby, then straightforward walk to the top and back. Nice little hill.summitter01/02/2020
Parked above Langside and walked a wee bit further up where a gate leads to an easy grassy ramp which takes you most of the way to the top.sclater23/01/2020
From gate near Langside, style into wood.hillsman20/07/2019
P Langside entrance, gate just up the hill, pleasant approach & summit.agentmancuso24/11/2018
6th tump of 10 today on a 37.2km walk from Kilbarchan to Greenock (Whinhill station) climbing Barnbrock Hill, Law Hill, Barlogon Hill, Craig Muir and Barscube Hill, descending West then SW crossing pasture onto the minor lane (via gate). I veered off at the 181m spot height to climb a deer fence then found track heading SW but veered off Nw when I could, heading for the top. I noted summit as NS 37238 71829, recording 195m. Continuing to Craigmarloch Hill.Dazingdale27/05/2018
After Craigmarloch, along minor roads towards Langside farm and up before then and open pasture to near summit. Not too bad. Pretty reservoir. On to CraigmuirThearlaichdubh12/11/2017
From w as others. Obscure start from old gate just S of Langside entranceRHW23/10/2016
Mixed weather, mild, calm and good views.iangalbraith29/03/2016
As Robert and Colin plus a style into the wood. And yes there was snow on the hills to the North.chrisbien25/12/2015
park near langside track then through 2 gates.robertphillips28/05/2015
Seventh hill of the day, a welcome antidote to the previous one, the awful Long Craig in Greenock. Handy parking space at the entrance to Langside, then along a grassy shelf below the fence line. Summit dome obvious, in pleasant, mature forest. Good views over to Southern Highlands in snow.Colin Crawford24/01/2015