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Name:Wether Hill
Hill number:12852
Height:335m / 1099ft
Parent (Ma):1669  Dumglow
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
County/UA:Fife (UA)
Class:Tump (300-399m)
Grid ref:NT 04344 95700
Summit feature:grassy knoll
Col:274m  NT052959  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 58
(1:25k) 367W
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 20 users)ByDate of Ascent
Round of Wether, Scaur, Outh, Park and Georgeton Hills from parking at track entrance at 053955. NB Forestry work in progress. Walked up branch track to small quarry, then up through trees and out again onto open moor and further W to pleasant airy summit.Thearlaichdubh27/10/2019
From Outh Bridge to Outh Hill (easy), then the quagmire started. Easiest route is to 057956 and use the firebreak that goes NW (not the one going north - it's hard work). Up Scaur Hill (avoiding gorse) from decidious trees, descend to track. Follow track to 045955 for path alongside fence through trees and out to open hill for summit of Wether Hill. My actual route was a bit more convoluted and at times waders/snorkel would have been helpful! Don't try to reach Scaur Hill via firebreak from 059960 either.Fife Walking11/10/2019
A fine viewpointhillsman01/10/2019
Round of Wether, Scaur and Outh, from track at road bend at 051955. Turn left at a fence and wall at 046956 and follow wall high up onto east ridge.Topographer5725/03/2018
A Boxing Day circuit of the Cleish Hills from Outh Bridge in snow and sunshine. Even so, I plunged through the snow into the marshy depths by the forestry often enough to demonstrate that Scaur Hill and Wether Hill are really better kept for a separate short walk. Outh Hill (having walked North up the A823 and crossed the fence where wire gives way to planks by a stream) - Park Hill - Georgeton Hills - a hugely enjoyable ascent and descent of Dumglow by its snowy prow - the Slough of Des[pond to Scaur Hill - forest tracks and a clever path through the trees to the tussocky summit of Wether Hill - back by the forest track and A823.Nick Down126/12/2017
parked at bend in road at track entrance, along track then up through trees where there is a wall and fence.robertphillips12/03/2017
P N Lethans Bridge. As Play2Endchrisbien15/08/2016
Parked in the bend in the road. Then through the forest on a track until a fence is reached south-east of the top. Follow the fence line to the open ground. Long wet grass to summit.Play2End22/08/2015
Parked on verge by gate on main road to south. Good tracks to below ridge, followed fence and wall up W edge of deciduous trees, then up through conifers to the ridge. Looked like several had been very recently pruned. Fine view in all directions. Onwards to Scaur Hill along ridge.Minto21/02/2015
Easy track from Scaur Hill to east, good firebreak alongside fence (not wall) opens the door to the open grassy summit, extensive views.alda15/02/2015
Lindsay M16/10/2016
Colin Crawford20/12/2013