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Name:Lammer Law
Hill number:5084
Height:529m / 1736ft
Parent (Ma):1813  Meikle Says Law
RHB Section:28A: Firth of Forth to the River Tweed
County/UA:East Lothian (UA)
Catchment:Tweed, Catchment Boundaries, Tyne (Dunbar)
Watershed:Mull of Galloway to St Abb's Head, Tweedmouth
Class:Hump, Dodd (500-599m), Donald Dewey
Grid ref:NT 52361 61801
Summit feature:cairn on mound 7m E of trig point
Col:412m  NT536604  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 66
(1:25k) 345E
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 72 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Parked on verge of turning circle in Tollishill at 519580 & up Seenes Law & Crib Law. From Crib Law, dropped down to track & then N. to high point & junction with ATV track - WSW along ATV track for about 200m to summit cairn & trig point. (S)gerrybowes12/02/2019
Easy straight across from Highside. Met a delivery van at 523627 going North. Suggested he turn round. Said his satnav had a route through to somewhere. Hope they find the bodies soon. Anyway a great way to do Lammer and very panoramic. On to Hare Hill.Thearlaichdubh21/01/2019
Huge ancient cairn within windhelters within on top, today with frost- tipped stones. Also trig. Foggy. Set in heather moorland a short distance from track.Denise 19/01/2019
From Crib Law, track all the way, or over heather if impatient. Huge cairn of frosted rocks on heather moorland with white painted trig on NW side. Top of the cairn gets my vote as the high point. Misty, slight W wind.RichardM19/01/2019
From Blinkbonny then on to Crib Law and Hogs Law for a tump celebration with Chris B.NormanW07/10/2018
From Blinkbonny. Quite a scenic walked as height is gained. Good summit views, though distant views in mist today.ger11/09/2018
From Blinkbonny, up the track and on to Crib Law. Cold,icy and clear.Roblex26/11/2017
Crib Law, Lammer Law and Seenes Law from Tollishill. Easy, spacious walking, mostly along good tracks.Nick Down108/10/2017
C/W round of crib law, lammer law, seenes law from tollishill.robertphillips07/02/2016
Bliknbonny Wood car park via tracks to summit then nice descent via Hopes and Longyester.benalder28402/01/2016
From West Hopes, on a dismal grey day. Very pleasantly surprised by this area, lovely. Track all the way to the top, will return on a day when i can see something. Plenty parking at West Hopes.hils06/11/2015
Howling wind, driving rain, low cloud and soggy snow gave more of an edge to the treck up from the quarry road end than might have been expected.agentmancuso15/01/2011
Parked at road end 539 637chrisbien11/07/2010
Done on circuit of Hopes Reservoir.derekblackburn16/04/2010
climbed from Hopes Road, via Hairlaw Burn and Right of Way, with Seanniallp30/01/2010
Dampish summit, trig & large cairn; nice view. Circuit a/c/w from East Hopes. RHW28/02/2009
Nice hill with fantastic views on what had been forecast to be not a great day, Lovely spot.andy10/03/2007
No real idea of datecallumblack01/01/1997
From the north, date uncertain.Topographer5715/12/1994
Tom Mundell23/02/2019
sarah mundell23/02/2019
Trekking toes23/02/2019
Pete R04/02/2017
carole engel11/07/2015
Alan Whatley07/07/2015
Lindsay M23/02/2014
Alan Moore20/02/2014
Martin R26/04/2013
Steve Clark07/10/2011