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Name:Castle Law
Hill number:12916
Height:250m / 820ft
Parent (Ma):1660  Innerdouny Hill
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Catchment:Earn
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:NO 17782 15116
Summit feature:no feature: ground by path
Drop:37m
Col:213m  NO177148  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 58
(1:25k) 369 370
Observations:top 65m S at NO 17782 15116 (ground by path) may be as high
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 18 users)ByDate of Ascent
From the Drumcairn road, up a very icy path. I rather lost count of the various bumps which I visited in the woodsColin Crawford16/12/2017
Weighed up the pros and cons of tackling it from the forest road to the south, but chickened out when I saw the extent of gorse of young plantation. Just drove round to the signposted route to the Fort near Glenfoot instead. A very good decision.summitter08/10/2017
From the Drumcairn Farm road. Made a real meal of finding this summit, and whilst there saw a path leading right over. No idea where it went in either direction as dense bracken and gorse meant it could not be readily followed lower down.NormanW15/08/2017
As Minto to S top then to N top and along traces of track back to main path at 200m.chrisbien05/03/2017
Parked start of track to Drumcairn Farm. N along road to track and path to the hill fort. Other tracks lead to summit. Descended S to new forest road, and track back to car. Lovely walk.Minto11/12/2016
Along the track from the minor road to the east. Found a summit and claimed it ticked. Took off S.W down some cliffs to a new forest track. This lead in a round about way to Binn Hill avoiding the scary farmstead.Play2End27/04/2016
Pleasant walk on good paths. Several potential summits.alda25/02/2015
Bright but cold afternoon. From 186155 (room for one car), broad, icy path to fort, then narrow path along ridge to RT's summit. Summit location not obvious but my GPS got 2m higher at 17885 15124.Topographer5718/01/2015
Used good track from the east to Castle Law fort, then less obvious path to locate summit at NO1776515053.richtea504017/12/2014
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Tricky19/11/2017
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