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Name:Forehill
Hill number:12915
Height:250m / 820ft
Parent (Ma):1670  King's Seat
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Catchment:Tay
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:NO 24358 32016
Summit feature:no feature: ground by fence
Drop:38m
Col:212m  NO244324  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 53
(1:25k) 380W
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 15 users)ByDate of Ascent
as others parked in layby, crossed fence 100m east of this, 1 gate to the top.robertphillips02/02/2019
From HP of road to the north. P layby 50m to the west.Topographer5708/01/2018
No trouble, just some stubble.summitter01/12/2017
A quick add-on to a wintry day bagging in the Sidlaws. From usual lay-by to the N. Very quick and no issues: lower field grass, upper field stubble.Rod M21/11/2017
From the North - must have chosen a better spot to get into the field than Minto did. No problems.NormanW25/08/2017
From layby to N. Hard part is getting into field - double fence and hawthorn hedge. And then cows in pasture. Aim for sparse trees to E. Gate gives access, keep to lower ground to S end. Then follow fence W to summit. High point definitely at fence. Oats growing in summit fields.Minto14/07/2017
Handy layby on road to north. Long grass all of the wayColin Crawford31/07/2015
With alda. 6 of 32.Lindsay M29/05/2015
Easy walk in the midnight dew before loading up with supplies from car deposited earlier due north of the summit. 6 of 32.alda29/05/2015
High point probably on fenceline: NO 24359 32015.richtea504004/02/2015
Layby N of top.chrisbien15/11/2014
Oik07/02/2018
duchally27/11/2017
chalky195305/11/2017
clashcityrocker03/06/2015