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Name:Doune Hill
Hill number:93
Height:734m / 2408ft
Section:01E: Loch Long to Loch Lomond
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Catchment:Leven (Dumbarton)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,G,P600,P500)
Grid ref:NS 29055 97089
Summit feature:small cairn 45m SSW of trig point
Drop:695m
Col:39m  NN305041  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 56
(1:25k) OL39S 364S
Observations:trig point is at NS 29065 97134
Survey:Leica NA730/Leica Disto
Survey of Doune Hill.pdf
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 177 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
10th Hill of 14 today on an a horseshoe of the Luss Hills from the Alderdale B&B in Luss, climbing Cruach Dubh, Beinn Ruisg, Creag an Leinibh, Balcnock, Beinn Tharsuinn, Beinn Chaorach, Beinn a'Mhainach, Cruach an t-Sidhein and Beinn Lochain then N and then NE to this top. I recorded 746m @ NS29052 97094, close to small cairn. I could hardly stand up, such was the force of the wind and it was here that I saw the 1st and only person of the day, a lone guy climbing up from Bealach an Duin to the trig. I descended to the Beleach an Duin towards Doune Hill East top...Dazingdale03/10/2017
Luss - Beinn Dubh - Mid Hill - Doune Hill N Top - Doune Hill - Beinn Lochain - Cruach an t-Sidhein - traversed to Beinn Eich col - Beinn Eich - Edentaggart - Luss. Great walk.Mark Jackson24/08/2017
Fabulous 360 degree views.summitter16/07/2017
Cycled up Glen Luss to Glen Molachan. 110 th Graham. 109 to go. Over half way.ngthack12/05/2017
Summit is 45 metres from the trig pillar and obviously higheralda08/04/2017
doune hill, doune hill east top, mid hill, beinn dubh C/W from glen mollochan.robertphillips28/11/2016
Solo.Dangerous Dave11/11/2016
Solo with Lily. Glen Mollochan round on a blustery showery day. 7 hoursalexmaclennan03/07/2016
Solo trip from Glen Mollochan. Boggy path but scenic summit.Invicta1402/06/2016
See Beinn Eichdickscroop14/05/2015
selfdavidsbatty13/05/2015
From Glen Luss, up Mid Hill, Doune Hill, Cruach an t-Sidhein and Beinn EichGallovidian28/06/2014
Solo run over Mid Hill, 3 Doune Hill tops, Cruach an t-Sidhein, and Beinn Eich. Ground to SW of trig point appears slightly higher.amswanston05/05/2013
cold dayoatcake12/01/2013
MC See EichMartin6625/10/2012
Solo rundonmeister23/05/2012
round of 4 grahams beinn eich, cruach an t sidhein, doune hill, and mid hill beinn dubh from glen luss.robertphillips15/04/2012
Continued from Beinn Eich. Trig on top, mist, no views. Then back-tracked a bit to Cruach an t-Sidhein for more of the same.Aye Jimmy13/10/2011
rantom smith29/01/2011
Last hill of a very wet round of the three Luss Grahams. Didn't have the energy to carry the extra water up another 400m to bag Mid Hill. Ended up in rocky ground on SE ridge - not shown on 1:50000 but there is a proper cliff there as well as lots of boulchriswatson30/07/2010
With Ben Eich, from Glen Luss roadhead. Dropped down from top at 701m direct to start point via Glen Molochan.nordicstar10/05/2010
solo midweek jaunt B Eich and Doune Hill. dry, cold, light wind, cloud and sun. Ridges with short grass, lovely set of hills, good views to Ailsa Craig, Arrochar Alps. from Edintaggart, descent to G Mollochan.niallp16/12/2009
Climbed after Benn Eich following along the ridge around Glen Lussderekblackburn13/10/2009
Up from Sith Mor via lower east top.campagvelocet28/07/2008
done with beinn eichbuggerlugs09/12/2006
With Dad, Vic, Kevin and Angie. Second of two Grahams. Great views all day.mikejacobs10/08/2006
Climbed on way home from Ewich House nr. Crianlarich from Glen Douglas to the north. I can find no record I passed over the new top, so will have to repeat. Damn!marktrengove26/02/2006
Stayed at Crianlarich YH. Did traverse Doune Hill - Beinn Eich - Cruach an-t Sidheain. Thin snow, but a nice day.Jim T25/02/2005
JW, JG Uisdean2511/10/2003
from B Lochain. Another dip to top trig 8848 at 13.30. Lomond, Loch, Mid, Loch, Eich, Chaorach, Mhanaich, Sidhein, Donich, Brack, Cobbler, Ime, Tulich and Bhreac. At car 14m - 7 1/2 hrs.arranc04/08/2002
Ascended from Beinn Eich.JohnW25/03/2002
From Glen LussBLACKHILL13/10/2001
sololittle al31/12/1998
Date is first visit. Notes from later.... glenmollochan in glen luss: anticlockwise RHW03/05/1998
From Glen Luss road end, Beinn Eich, Beinn Lochain, Doune Hill & ET. With Fiona, Chalmers No.34.agentmancuso03/03/1996
Brain Edridge/Jimmy Shields/Pat Bonnardonmeister14/05/1993
Evening round Beinn Eich to Beinn Dubh from Luss Glen. Became a regular, early Spring Jura training session with others from The Military Road.Eddie09/06/1992
Approximate date.ARM01/06/1978
Arbitrary date to enable inclusion - possibly 1960 or 1961.mainnirnamfiadh01/05/1961
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