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Name:Lewis Hill
Hill number:12902
Height:266m / 873ft
Parent (Ma):1661  Carleatheran
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
County/UA:Stirling (UA)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:NS760888 (est)
Col:192m  NS758878  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 57
(1:25k) 348 366W
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 37 users)ByDate of Ascent
Pleasant walk with great views. Slight detour as bridge over last stream is closedAl_N03/07/2019
Parked in rough layby along with overturned trailer and dog-walkers' vans. Across the road and on to the path then followed th distinct path through the woods then on up to the summit with its white trig point. Impressive views north and south but somewhat limited due to heavy cloud and rain at times. On to Middle Third HillJubilado17/06/2019
Fire smouldering on top. We managed to reduce it a bit, involving a jungly trip down to the reservoir and back for more water, but had to call the fire brigade to finish the job. Idiots had chucked a hot barbecue down the cliff (as well as cans, glass bottles etc). Some people would be mentally outclassed by the average amoebaIainT16/07/2018
Started from the CP by the concrete bridge North of the escarpment. There is some forestry working taking place this summer, but no need to deviate from the escarpment Edge path. The summit of Middlethird hill is one of a number of y mounds on either side of the path where it bows towards the grassy apron of the dam, probably the around the lower trunk of a Scots pine. Here and the summit of Lewis Hill are superb viewpoints. Returned via the western bank of the reservoir and wished I hadn't, given the amount of litter in an otherwise beautiful landscape.Nick Down124/06/2018
lewis hill and middlethird hill from layby just south of shielbrae, down to dam path that goes up between them.robertphillips07/01/2018
Scenic - with Lynn, Peter, Sarah and Paul, from S, on to Middlethird Hill and back round reservoir.nix_snilloc08/04/2017
Ran up and down in 20 minutes from the south. Fairly steep but good path. Good views from the summit and well kept trig point.Stevend101/01/2017
Here for the trigpoint Sauchie Crag. TP:UK log: Lovely walk up in the evening light, a good set of geocaches too, great view from the top. YSM322 Sauchie Cragthejackrustles16/03/2016
Up via Old Sauchie, then along the craigs and down via the bridge (marked as a ford) over Bannock Burn.mardypig03/08/2015
Via linking path from Middlethird Hill. Very enjoyable walk up from that side.Lindsay M29/03/2015
I wish I'd read the early log comments. Parked to the S, very unpleasant crossing deep mud tracks and brashings for 200m to get to undisturbed path. If you must climb this in 2015, don't do it from the south. Once beyond the initials mess, a very pleasant walk.Minto02/01/2015
Figure of eight walk from bridge over Bannockburn. An excellent walk along the craig edge.richtea504022/12/2014
Tree felling in progress, usual path blocked. Suggested path by the burn is swampy with no indication of how to rejoin the path beyond the devastation. Super views from crags.neimcv30/11/2014
still blustery afternoon. Found only my second ever Fly agaric, amanita muscaria under as tree on summit ridgevegibagger25/10/2014
P at start of path S of the hill. Great view of the loch.chrisbien26/12/2013
Ascended after morning ascent of Meikle Bin by path from the road - route recommended in a Cicerone publication.JohnW14/06/2010
12th visit - 05/11/2018.russell6102/03/2008
From south.agentmancuso23/12/2007
Date to be amended.ARM01/01/2007
Trig, from SRHW27/12/2003
Day of Runrig 30th anniversary concert.ngthack24/08/2003
Date not knowncallumblack01/01/2000
carole engel02/10/2017
Mr Apples15/09/2017
Colin Crawford04/05/2015
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