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Hill number:13035
Height:142m / 466ft
Parent (Ma):1668  Duncolm
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
County/UA:West Dunbartonshire (UA)
Catchment:Leven (Dumbarton)
Class:Tump (100-199m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NS 43567 85927
Summit feature:no feature: 5m SE of trig point
Col:72m  NS435853  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 56
(1:25k) OL38 347
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 57 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Climbed with Sam, Skye and Lily. Managed to have the summit to ourselves, great views of Loch Lomond. got a soaking on the way back to GartochanGary Heath27/05/2019
With Jack. Fantastic views of snow covered hills.chrisbien13/02/2018
With dziadzio. Met a nice couple with 2 dogs.jackbien13/02/2018
An easy ascent was rewarded with a rainbow over Loch Lomond.Chris Peart17/11/2017
With Chris PeartColin Crawford17/11/2017
I had definitely climbed this one before when I lived nearby, but hadn't recorded it. Short walk to top by path from SW and great views of Loch Lomond.NormanW26/06/2017
Permissive path from road to SW. HP on a fairy ring 5m SE of the trig.jonglew02/06/2017
Lovely views of Loch Lomond, nice simple ascent.Stestag13/04/2017
Lower section of path much improved from previous visit; middle section very muddy.neimcv27/02/2017
With Ben. A dull day, snow flurries.hillsman10/01/2017
Very muddy 300m of path in middle of walk from carparking to W. Fantastic view up L Lomond.Thearlaichdubh29/12/2016
path to the top cracking small hill.robertphillips30/01/2015
Pleasant walk in high winds on permissive path from layby to SW.citygent21/10/2014
A perfect Tump; car parking, path, good views.Minto19/10/2014
Great views north across loch Lomond trig s5039vegibagger19/09/2014
P at start of path all the way to the top. Nice views over Loch Lomondchrisbien27/07/2013
From House of Darrach car park, on way back from stay in Drymen.Man of Kernow106/01/2013
Approx. dateLouise01/01/2011
Most recent ascent.ARM11/04/2009
Muddy near road. Couldn't see any of the higher peaks to the north.campagvelocet26/11/2008
Tom and Molly Weir's small hill. Permissive WDP muddy in parts up from the south. Loch Lomond, Luss hills, Vorlich, the Ben, and Conic Hill.arranc13/04/2008
see log on trails from ESE, park by WTW gate RHW31/12/2006
Could see enough through the clag to guess there must be a good view north on occasion.agentmancuso03/12/2006
Tom Wier took me up, and wazed lyrically about the view and geology, and then pointed to the Trig Point and said:- I built thatGordonAdshead20/11/1985
Pete R19/05/2018
Nick Down127/06/2015
Mr Apples04/09/2011
Lindsay M23/08/2009
Janet M23/08/2009
Colin Crawford12/10/2002