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Name:Craig Hill
Hill number:1940
Height:382m / 1253ft
Parent (Ma):1919  Minch Moor
Section:28B: The River Tweed to the English Border
County/UA:Scottish Borders (UA)
Catchment:Tweed
Class:Hump, Tump (300-399m), Submarilyn
(Hu,Tu,3,sMa)
Grid ref:NT 44181 33831
Summit feature:larger of two cairn
Drop:144m
Col:238m  NT428332  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 73
(1:25k) 338
Observations:ground by path 55m SW at NT 44149 33783 is as high
Survey:Abney level
Comments:Alternative summit at NT441337
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 25 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Yair hill forestry commission car park to north then up suicidally steep mountain bike descent route through coniferous forest. Two stone cairns on mossy track at summit, but HP is about 50 m further on indistinct mossy lump. No views. To avoid the MTBs we followed a maze of alternative paths down.Denise 04/02/2017
From car park on N side of hill, along forest road (gated), left at junction for about 30m to start of steep path up bank. Path goes all the way to the summit area but beware this is a fast mountain bike descent route and they won't be able to stop quickly (if at all). High point is ~80m SW of the nice cairns.RichardM04/02/2017
Parked at start of cycle trail. Then found a suicidal cycle run which led straight up the hill to the stones where I wandered about looking for more height but couldn't find any. After I fell over a few time I did a more zig zaggy descentThearlaichdubh27/12/2016
gate open drove up track to within 600m of top.robertphillips05/05/2016
From Ashiestiel car park (no signs to it - drive 300m from road, past where cycle way heads off to left). SW on forest road. After about 300m, headed uphill, SSW, through the trees to the summit.Minto12/12/2014
Parked before the CP near Ashiestiel Bridge. Up track SW and then E. Followed fire break to top.chrisbien19/06/2010
2 old slender cairns by ride in thick forest, at N end of 380co; no view. from car pk 440347 due N via steep rides to summit RHW16/02/2003
silverhow11/08/2016
BaggerGutt30/03/2016
irobbo15/02/2016
tomandivy18/10/2015
mae12/06/2015
iaindbrown12/02/2014
Kiltie23/05/2013
Martin R21/04/2013
alda28/09/2012
bjewing28/07/2012
PM03/03/2012
Alan Whatley28/09/2010
David Purchase04/07/2010
fasgadh07/10/2009
Moore10016/08/2009
chalky195322/11/2008
Andrew Simmons13/04/2008
Colin Crawford18/10/2007