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Name:Conscleuch Head
Hill number:1903
Height:624m / 2047ft
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 22047 26274
Summit feature:no feature: heather & grass 12m W of fence
Drop:25m
Col:599m  NT218268  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 73
(1:25k) 337
Observations:level summit area
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 128 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
A long walk through from Glenrath Castle farm to the Megget Dam. With B and R.jenx20/04/2019
From Deer Law to Conscleuch Head, over boggy beallach.LizH14/02/2019
Last day of a New Year week in Peebles. Parked where the RoW leading to the Megget Reservoir leaves the Manorhead road. Space for about 3 cars. Enjoyed a very easy stroll up to the pile of stones marking the high point of the RoW. An ATV track/path leads easily W to the summit of Greenside Law. Back to the RoW making a short detour for the S summit. The next bit was much easier than it looked. A path leads E to a shed & then continues faintly down Black Rig to cross the burn at about NT212259. Paths rise beside a stream coming to an ATV track passing underneath Conscleuch Head & straight to Deer Law. Switchbacked along the fenceline over Conscleuch Head to Black Law summit. Returned to SW top of Black Law & followed fence WSW to pt598m on Redsike Head. Faint sheep tracks slanted down easily W to rejoin the RoW back to the start. Cold & overcast but with decent views except for Dollar Law which was firmly stuck in cloud all day. A good round when the ground is frozen.NotReallyABagger04/01/2019
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
From Manorhead, up the good track heading to St Mary’s Loch before striking up over the shoulder of Black Law. Pile of stones to the north not the summit, higher ground 200m or so away unmarked. Crossed again on return back from Deer Law then north to Black LawN.Morters29/09/2018
Good track up Sting Rig to Black Law and along ridge by fence. Some quad tracks/animal tracks helped. Then onto Deer Law and back contouring Black Law.AndrewFinnimore12/09/2018
Heading south. Not much to look at here.Play2End18/11/2017
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
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
From Langhaugh.ngthack14/09/2015
From SW top of Black Law walked S to CH and continued to Deer Law.seumas07/07/2015
ghaley04/04/2015
Tricky summit to pin down. There is a small pile of rocks, but could almost be anywhere up there.Alan12/09/2014
With Deer Law, Greenside Law and Black Lawnickywood107/09/2014
Another circuit of five summits as i near the completion of the Donalds. I started from the eastern end of the Megget reservoir. A day of gentle sunshine and good views.thenomad03/09/2014
See Black Lawdickscroop01/07/2014
selfdavidsbatty29/12/2013
Black Law, Greenside Lawborderterrier09/09/2012
Overcast, windy, mild, some showers, good views.iangalbraith15/07/2012
Followed on up from Deer Law.derekblackburn30/04/2011
KeithByTheC17/05/2010
On the way to Black Cleuch Hill. 10.15 Most uninteresting hill ever.arranc07/08/2009
Solo Uisdean2513/04/2008
From Meggat Dam, track from Craigierig, on to Black Law then south over various tops. First walk using a GPSr.agentmancuso02/01/2007
Evening Donald round on the way home from Deer Law to White Cleuch Hill.Eddie04/06/1993
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
Tony S19/06/2019
Blair28214/04/2019
richtea504031/03/2019
PeterAH14/02/2019
iainwalton19/11/2018
Roblex11/08/2018
Colin Crawford31/07/2018
tomandivy19/07/2018
weaselmaster01/12/2017
Sick Kid01/12/2017
kiltedbiggles22/10/2016
DaveMcS09/10/2016
carole engel01/10/2016
bertbarnett12322/09/2016
needanewdog27/08/2016
bogdodger20/07/2016
weaselmaster28/02/2016
Sick Kid28/02/2016
Frogreen01/10/2015
Dave Geere08/08/2015
PhilMcLean30/06/2015