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Name:Dunbog Hill
Hill number:12943
Height:216m / 709ft
Parent (Ma):1675  Cairnie Hill
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
County/UA:Fife (UA)
Catchment:Eden (Guardbridge)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:NO 28714 16427
Summit feature:ground by trig point
Col:162m  NO284158  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 59
(1:25k) 370
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 30 users)ByDate of Ascent
Climbed from Glenduckie on circular walk to Newburgh.Skerryvore01/12/2019
Round of Connoquhie W, Dunbog, Balmeadow, Connoquhie E from Letham. Easy across from Connoquhie W. Cows.Thearlaichdubh02/10/2019
A pleasant 3 hour circular walk from Dunbog with just cows and the occasional fence to contend with - Dunbog Hill, Balmeadow Hill, Cunnoquhie East Hill & West Hill, Cairnie Hill.summitter07/09/2018
4 tump round cunnoquhie west hill, cunnoquhie east hill, balmeadow hill, dunbog hill, ACW from parking at monimail.robertphillips20/01/2018
Round of four from MonimailColin Crawford20/12/2017
From Dunbog Farm (parking allowed near horse jumps). Four tumps in an anti-clockwise direction.NormanW15/08/2017
Staying at a cottage on Dunbog farm so made a circular walk of this up the main track past the wind turbines, up to the trig point. Great views. We then tried to follow the same track towards Balmeadow hill with a view to getting on the track at Johnston back to Dunbog. This meant a few fence crossings and some trudging across fields as the map and reality don't match near the end of the walk and we ended up having to do a short section of the main road to get back on the track to Dunbog.thejackrustles07/07/2017
Dunbog-Dunbog Hill- Cunnoquhie W-Cunnoquhie E-Balmeadow-track until sharp corner W and down to farm track. Beautiful walking.chrisbien13/03/2016
Round of four TUMPS from Monimail, done in 2 hrs in windy, dry weather. Across fields from last TUMP.Play2End05/03/2015
From Dunbog. Drove all the way around to the start of the track, and parked in the farm yard, against house wall. Saw no one, so they didn't object. Did a round of all 4 Tumps, anti-clockwise, starting on Dunbog Hill.Minto25/10/2014
Ascent on bike. Turned away on first attempt by an early season shoot. Got up around another side without a problem.fasgadh21/09/2013
Good access from walker-tolerant Dunbog to north. Ground surrounding pillar had been stripped of its vegetation somehow, but not ploughed. Bit odd.agentmancuso30/04/2011
From Dunbog, with daughter Cara.Topographer5713/11/2009
Fife Walking29/08/2019
Lindsay M26/12/2015
Janet M26/12/2015
Rod M26/12/2015
Pete R12/01/2012