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Name:Craigbeath Hill
Hill number:12985
Height:181m / 594ft
Parent (Ma):1669  Dumglow
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
County/UA:Fife (UA)
Catchment:Leven (Leven)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:NT 15394 92563
Summit feature:no feature: ground in small clearing
Col:151m  NT150919  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 58
(1:25k) 367W
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 16 users)ByDate of Ascent
Houses have now been built close to the top and there is a big area of ground awaiting development. Highpoint in the enclosure but it is artificial both outside and inside. The highest point by the fence is well defended by whins. Approaches from the north are better.fasgadh09/11/2019
As others. I thought that the highest point might be in the enclosure but it's academic as you cant get in.hillsman28/01/2019
Up the pleasant woodland walk from the north end of Cowdenbeath, then explored the gorse bushes at W boundary of covered reservoir. Great views.Thearlaichdubh28/10/2018
drove along track west of top, parked at locked gate, wet grass to gorse.robertphillips18/07/2018
Up through the new housing developments to the roundabout then around the reservoir compound. Entering the compound that includes the likely HP was a no-no.Topographer5728/12/2017
As chrisbien. Knoll in gorse W side of compound fence matches 25k spot and could well be natural hp; similar to Ferry Hills situation. As with Pinnel Hill, OS summit definition not always reliable around hereRHW29/01/2017
I'm with Chris and Rob. The spot in the gorse is certainly overtopped by ground inside the compound but it all looks artificialColin Crawford29/01/2017
Did a cicuit from the new estate. Top is in gorse SW side of enclosure.chrisbien26/03/2016
Parked in the new housing scheme and walked via the excellent community woodland paths to the bedrock top some 30meters NE of the electric fence.Play2End30/12/2014
Parked in cemy car park and walked up road and along track. Could've driven along very pot-holed track to summit 'car-park'. Extremely well defended summit; 8 ft high metal pallisade fence surrounding an 11 ft high electric fence. A thrash through the tall (but dead vegetation on my visit) around the perimeter is the best that's going to be achieved here. Unless the gate is open for work in progress when you visit.Minto29/03/2014
Pete R20/01/2018