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Name:Hare Law
Hill number:13030
Height:149m / 489ft
Parent (Ma):1671  Benarty Hill
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
County/UA:Fife (UA)
Catchment:Leven (Leven)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:NT 20172 96557
Summit feature:ground by fence
Col:103m  NT180965  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 58
(1:25k) 367E
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 13 users)ByDate of Ascent
Tracks W then N from Woodend up onto ridge, the about 200m each way along the ridge. No clear summit.Topographer5705/11/2019
Detour from Fife Pilgrim Way. Started from Dunfermline though would have been quicker starting from Cardenden. BoringThearlaichdubh19/07/2019
From village following tracks until the wood.hillsman09/04/2019
From Woodend. I covered most of the long 140m contour and would concur that the high point lies somewhere to the eastColin Crawford09/11/2017
from woodend visited 3 possible high points,robertphillips18/03/2017
NT 19847 96475 rocks of old wall in pltn, or rough pasture nearby just E of tree belt. Gate to E 2ft lower, Seco hand level :-) From se, good tracksRHW29/01/2017
From Woodend. From below ridge drops E to W and that is what it seemed when walking along it. Top along fence line from most easterly tree belt. Visited the one to the West as well.chrisbien26/03/2016
From E, parked at Woodend. Track alongside golf course, up onto ridge. Into forest E, and across field to forest W. Who knows where the exact high point is? DFMinto15/02/2015
Parked at Woodend Park. Take the path past the golf course and up to the ridge line. Old cairn some 20m into the forest, or was it just a pile of stones?Play2End03/01/2015
An overgrown path up to the natural summit (NT188962) by bike and out along Torres Loan. Post opencast top visited from Woodend, 25/01/2010. Good track to ridge then path through glue dens in the Sitka. Summit probably east end of the spruce. Dreich day. This must be one of the largest man made structures in Scotland. Very well restored.fasgadh22/07/2013
Lindsay M03/12/2017