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Name:Stoneyhall Hill
Hill number:12971
Height:194m / 636ft
Parent (Ma):1669  Dumglow
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
County/UA:Fife (UA)
Class:Tump (100-199m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NT 23933 88813
Summit feature:no feature: pasture E of building
Col:163m  NT239887  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 66
(1:25k) 367E
Observations:flat summit area
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 11 users)ByDate of Ascent
Round of Montquey, Dunearn, Baspard, Orrock and Stoneyhall. Traverse from Orrock using very overgrown lane, then back to Burntisland using RoW through Binnend.Thearlaichdubh29/09/2019
P grubby CP to N, mapped track SSW through scrub to open land. Top could be either side of building. Decent view to Bass Rock & N. Berwick Law. Yeaman anomaly, not listed in Handbook, added to 2001 update sheet then manually deleted.agentmancuso16/01/2019
From woodland edge car park on B9157. Trees and gorse the main barriers to a direct descent. The brick box at the summit gave good shelter as the snow started whipping in.summitter30/12/2017
From car park. Lots of deep, wet vegetation, theme continuing over next two hillsColin Crawford12/08/2017
Track to Balbie Farm. Across big field and two gates to top.chrisbien01/04/2017
From cp to the northrobertphillips18/03/2017
From nne, path following reentrant then steep pasture. Disused comms building with pasture hp just to E or W about equalRHW14/11/2016
From the rubbish dump, sorry, car park to the N. Head W, or R, to gain the N ridge of the hill. Lots of gorse futher E. Roofed brick shelter on summit.Minto22/02/2016
From N.chalky195326/03/2015
Parked off road in walkers car park. Various routes to top, some very steep. Shelter on top; room for a least a dozen!Play2End10/01/2015