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Name:Denoon Law
Hill number:12953
Height:210m / 689ft
Parent (Ma):1665  Craigowl Hill
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
County/UA:Angus (UA)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:NO 35483 44366
Summit feature:no feature: ground on rampart
Col:174m  NO351442  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 54
(1:25k) 380E 381
Survey:Leica Disto D510
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 18 users)ByDate of Ascent
Stoat in winter white spotted on ramparts.richtea504018/03/2020
parked at quarry, along road south to gate and the top.robertphillips16/12/2019
Not much to see of the forthillsman02/07/2019
Weather fair.MountainMac31/03/2019
Five minutes from the road. It's a ruin.Play2End02/11/2017
First hill of day, delightful. I did a full circuit of the ramparts to be sureColin Crawford26/10/2017
With Inez Murrieclashcityrocker21/10/2015
P entry to disused quarry. Along rd to track then diagonally up. Highest point seems to be the RHS of entrance. Walked through fort and along SE rim plus high point.chrisbien22/08/2015
With alda. 26 of 32.Lindsay M30/05/2015
Unnatural looking but interesting hill, with a narrow rim and cliffs on the steep south face. 26 of 32.alda30/05/2015
Plenty of parking at road junction to NE. Or space for 1 car opposite start of track at edge of forest. Impressive summit earthworks - visited several high points, as well as the highest point within the fort walls which is probably the natural summit of the hill.Minto05/07/2014
Family Easter outingbertbarnett12315/04/1979
hill walker23/02/2020