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Name:Temple Hill
Hill number:12889
Height:283m / 928ft
Parent (Ma):1660  Innerdouny Hill
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
Donald area:Ochil Hills
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:NO 10723 09652
Summit feature:grassed over cairn
Col:245m  NO105095  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 58
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 17 users)ByDate of Ascent
parked to the west track entrance quick bag.robertphillips29/01/2018
A good combo with Blair Hill from the nearby Fisherman's car park.summitter11/11/2017
Rod M20/10/2017
I made the mistake of coming across rough country from Springhall Hill, not recommended due to tree planting furrows. Avoided lively cows on way to top, and descended directly to road which would have been the best ascent route !NormanW01/09/2017
Directly up from turbine trackColin Crawford18/02/2017
P start of track to Craigfarg. QB's below the summit of Temple Hill. Walked on to Blair Hill then Glenfarg Head and back to car before the rain set in.chrisbien19/06/2016
Hadn't intended to climb this hill today, but on returning to car in Glenfarg after Bramblebrae met a lorry driver looking for Temple Hill wind farm. The name rang a bell, looking up on the map, saw it probably was the in the right location. As it was all little yellow roads, I said I'd drive up to check it was the right place, and give him a ring. So there is now a new wind turbine just below the summit, and I was able to direct the driver up there from Glenfarg. oh, the hill was 5 minutes from the bend/track junction. No quad bikes or land rovers today (midweek).Minto20/04/2016
Seven minutes! Took wrong turning!Play2End21/02/2016
Easy crossing of grassy pastures from Springhall Hill. 4 quads crossed top just before me. I also spotted a small landrover convoy nearby too. Prefer vehicles on roads rather than hills TBH.Lindsay M03/05/2015
Parked just off the road near the corner below, and ascended easily up the short grass.Topographer5706/02/2015
Five minutes to top along grassy path, proper summit with cairn, excellent view, high reward to effort ratio.alda05/02/2015