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Name:David Stirling Hill
Hill number:13052
Height:114m / 374ft
Parent (Ma):1644  Uamh Bheag
RHB Section:26B: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
Donald area:Glen Artney Hills
County/UA:Stirling (UA)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:NN 75535 00275
Summit feature:no feature: field
Col:68m  NN765016  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 57
(1:25k) 366W
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 32 users)ByDate of Ascent
Route as per NormanW and others. Low cloud meant no view of southern Highlands. Dull day, dull hill.Jubilado21/03/2019
Also visited alternative summit on S side of roadajwxyzt02/09/2018
A hill?!hillsman26/03/2018
parked at compound,early morning bag from the roadside.robertphillips07/01/2018
From Roman Camps. Field ploughed but well frozen. Then to Gallow Hill.Ken_Stewart18/12/2017
Parked in the monument car park, back along the road into the second field, and to the top.NormanW23/08/2017
Walked along the road from the David Stirling memorial car park, and through open section of hedge to high point in second field. David Stirling looks out on a fine view of the Southern Highlands from Ben Vorlich to Ben Ledi.Nick Down104/04/2017
Passing visit en route to 13048 The Drum. From memorial car park across midwinter stubble and back. Cold, but dry and sunny.mainnirnamfiadh27/12/2016
Across the fields in five minutes, then back to the car in four minutes!Play2End23/11/2016
On return from Ardeonaig. I noticed that round bales had been moved while I was out, so the plough would be out soon, so bagged the stubble covered summit at dusk. I have had a bad stubble season this year and missed several local hills so this was a bonus. Approach from the car park enabled me to skirt around the notorious bad step on the north ridge.fasgadh12/11/2016
A bit too exciting for me.Martin R11/11/2016
What fun.jenx11/11/2016
From the memorial, bagged summits on both side of the road, with Jenx and Martin Rnordicstar11/11/2016
Park at monument and cross road to top in woods about 5 mins away. Also went to top on same side of rapd as monument just to be sure. With local resident and long time climbing partner MNtrimarc222/06/2016
Parked at Monument. Dry, cold, calm, reasonable views beneath low cloud.iangalbraith31/01/2016
Have waited over 3 years to bag this hill without disturbing the crop in the field. Parking next to fenced compound, cross road, approx 100m to summit.Minto25/10/2015
Very short and easy. 2nd field along from the David Stirling Memorial car park - simple case of stepping over the low wall in between.Lindsay M29/03/2015
In a cropped field 100 m north of the road and about 300m east of the David Stirling memorial.vegibagger22/10/2014
Crop field which is pretty flatchrisbien18/11/2013
Pete R30/03/2019
hill walker10/11/2017
Janet M29/03/2015
Mr Apples29/03/2015
Colin Crawford20/01/2015