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Name:Bellahouston Park
Hill number:19656
Height:50.2m / 165ft
Parent (Ma):1686  Corse Hill
RHB Section:27A: Ayr to the River Clyde
County/UA:Glasgow (UA)
Catchment:Clyde
Class:Tump (0-99m)
(Tu,0)
Grid ref:NS 54923 63802
Summit feature:no feature: ground on N side of path
Drop:30m
Col:20m  NS557634  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 64
(1:25k) 342
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 24 users)ByDate of Ascent
Sunhat06/08/2020
Early morning from the huge cp. Slept in the car with torrential rain drumming on the roof all night. Dried up for the easy walk.Campbell Singer25/07/2020
Left Manchester at 06:00. First trip to Scotland this year. Plenty of room in the CP to W. On top at 09:30GordonAdshead16/07/2020
Some nice trees and good views from the top. Ascended with J & C.sclater15/07/2020
Parked at the sports centre to the W. Easily up paths to summit.Minto11/07/2020
andrew brown06/07/2020
Same as last time from the dry ski centre CP.robertphillips04/07/2020
Parked on Mosspark Boulevard, in through the gate and a short walk in the park to the summit in the wood.LizH17/06/2020
PeterAH17/06/2020
cmac03/06/2020
A good walk taking in the attractions as well. The latter viewed from the outside only of course thanks to Covid-19 restrictions.hillsman01/06/2020
Ably assisted by daddy and Sophia. Her first Tumpjackbien28/05/2020
Pretty sure I'd been here in the summer of 1991, but came back to confirm. Parked at Dumbreck Court flats NS 55297 63472 where there's a handy gap in the fence.agentmancuso28/05/2020
First new hill for 2 months - and walking distance from the house.49pp15/05/2020
A fine city stroll over Bellahouston Hill, Pollock Park and Queen's Park. Pollock hasn't appeared in the new tranche of Tumps but must be a very near miss.Colin Crawford15/05/2020
On my way home from working in glasgow.robertphillips13/05/2020
Brisk walk from my flat via the Clyde Tunnel and Govan. The mound about 50m West of the special tree seems about 3 inches higher than anything else. Shame about all the trees spoiling the viewThearlaichdubh11/05/2020
Now there's a coincidence. I went up this hill a couple of days ago after a friend recommended a walk in the park. I hadn't looked at the change log so was unaware of its impending status. I did wonder if it might qualify but the contours suggested not. Good to see one of these new hills in my backyard.Colin Crawford09/05/2020
weaselmaster01/01/2020
Been up this hill many times but definitely got to the top with one of my brothers mid 2019.chrisbien01/06/2019
Been here a good few times.Dugswell201/07/2002
Play2End01/08/1986
daviemore01/01/1970
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