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Name:Mountbenger Law
Hill number:1924
Height:544m / 1785ft
Parent (Ma):1919  Minch Moor
RHB Section:28B: The River Tweed to the English Border
Donald area:Manor Hills
County/UA:Scottish Borders (UA)
Class:Hump, Dodd (500-599m), Donald Dewey, Submarilyn
Grid ref:NT 31201 27566
Summit feature:ground 3m N large of cairn
Col:399m  NT329297  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 73
(1:25k) 337
Observations:higher ground could lie under cairn
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 49 users)ByDate of Ascent
Dry day, blowing a hoolie and misty on top. Came up from the forestry bellmouth to the north. Hunting for the OS bolt. With CJ.BigJ26/12/2018
Parked at end of forest track then up by fence to high point and on up north end to massive cairn. Looks down to Mountbengerhope where yet another of my relatives shepherded in the late 1800's. Back by similar route.SS20/10/2018
From Old Tinnis over several Thirmps. Relatively easy for rough pasture.Alan Moore28/11/2017
Directly up the north ridge. Ground mostly good but some bracken lower down and tussocks higher up.Topographer5704/11/2017
park at gate start of foresrty track, ACW round of mountbenger law, paddock slack, welshie law, curly moor.robertphillips05/06/2016
🅿 at cattle grid and direttissimaMartin R02/12/2015
Parked at forestry track, trod from cattle grid to top.Anton07/06/2015
After Craig Hill.Nice summit cairn.Adrian15/02/2015
Ascent from N after Deuchar Law.Chris Peart28/11/2014
Up and down from the unfenced road summit.Eddie27/08/2014
Simple ascent from North. Wet and misty. Back down via three tops to NE.agentmancuso09/07/2012
Short gloaming ascent with Andy T from north side of the fell from B703. Followed an ATV track most of the way from cattlegrid on road to fine cairn on summit.marktrengove26/02/2011
Parked at start of track N of hill. Path and track from the cattle grid.chrisbien22/08/2010
Easy ascent from forest edge. Snowing at start.fasgadh11/05/2010
OK summit, large cairn, fine view W. via re-entrant from W (layby) & S summit RHW15/02/2003
Dave Geere02/09/2017
carole engel07/06/2015
Alan Whatley22/05/2011
David Purchase09/10/2009
Tom Mundell04/07/2009
Andrew Simmons29/03/2008
Emma and Simon01/01/2008
Colin Crawford04/02/2004