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Name:Greeny Hill
Hill number:4926
Height:153m / 502ft
Parent (Ma):1555  Milldoe - Mid Tooin
RHB Section:23: Orkney Islands
County/UA:Orkney Islands (UA)
Island:Orkney Mainland
Maritime area:Orkney - South
Class:Hump, Tump (100-199m), Yeaman
Grid ref:HY 29715 23570
Summit feature:no feature 7m E of trig point
Col:41m  HY310223  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 6
(1:25k) 463
Observations:trig point is at HY 29708 23570
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 34 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Cloke, also met farmer, permissive path to top.PeterD30/06/2019
From Cloke, parked by farmhouse with farmer's blessing. Good marked track up to the top.jonglew25/02/2019
Good verge parking at Cloke, and a friendly farmer. A signposted path up a muddy track, then an easy dry grass corridor between parallel fences zig-zagging up the hill with gates and stiles as required. Final moorland stroll to the top, still on a decent path.Gill25/02/2019
Hard going from the N over rough pasture and heather moorland, skirting the fields. Levellish heathery moorland ridge.RichardM31/07/2018
Easy well marked route, and avoids livestock and fence crossings.jenx24/07/2018
Nice classic Orkney hill walking with Jenx and Bryher. Used the permissive path, seems to take longer way round but quick walking and avoids livestock and fence crossingsnordicstar24/07/2018
Mmmm well I'd read dugswell2 log regarding 'Followed a good signed track to summit' and hoped for an easy ascent, none such luck, nah path, boggy, heathery, holey ground, 6/7 fences and two with a deep ditch in between! I'll be having words with him next time I see him!thejackrustles22/09/2017
Based on advice from here, went to Cloke, found the friendly chatty farmer, allowed to park at farm and followed clearly signposted route without any trouble :-)assynt_bob16/04/2017
Path from Cloke - friendly farmer.Chris Peart29/06/2016
Good path from farm to south. Snow on summit.Campbell Singer01/04/2015
A trouble free and clearly signposted route from Cloke plus a chatty farmer.Dugswell204/06/2014
From Cloke.chrisbien04/06/2014
Clearly marked way from Cloke. At first, couldn't decide whether the arrows and fencing were helpful or restrictive/regimenting. Now I will go for the latter. Very wet weather, I got fed up waiting for respite, so just went for it at the very moment it got worse.Martin R13/05/2012
Revisit. Tussocky summit. From W: field edges then open ground.RHW28/05/2010
Date is first visit. Notes from later...see log on RHW29/07/2002
Tom Mundell02/07/2018
Trekking toes02/07/2018
Alan Whatley21/03/2014
Colin Crawford22/09/2012