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Name:Abbey Craig
Hill number:13056
Height:111m / 364ft
Parent (Ma):1667  Dumyat
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
Donald area:Ochil Hills
County/UA:Stirling (UA)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:NS 80936 95681
Summit feature:ground by wall NE of monument
Col:28m  NS813962  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 57
(1:25k) 366E 366W
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 97 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Came across from Stirling Castle and walked up from the info centre.GordonAdshead02/11/2019
From the carpark through the foot path, with my wife and daughter. Then we climbed the monument.Pampuco25/10/2019
Up and down from the car park. Renovation work taking place on the monument but not currently affecting access to the high point.Buteobuteo09/04/2019
Easy hustle up along well-maintained, zigzag path.sjb31/03/2019
Parked at the monument car park and followed the surprisingly snowy path to the top. Area around the base of the tower is fenced off but highest point still accessible. Great views with dramatic low sun winter sky.Jubilado16/12/2018
With Jacqui during an 11km anytime challenge walk by Thames Valley Walking Club (BWF affiliate). A great way to see all the main historic sites in Stirling including Wallace Monument and the Castle TuMPs. Also went up to top of the tower - worth it for the amazing views, even though £10.50 each. Lunch in the cafe by the car park.Hillsidenick04/12/2018
Walk with DH. A number of previous training runs but never bother with the highest 2 millimetres.Eddie16/11/2018
From the monument car park. Free to walk up to the tower. 3 rivet benchmarks bagged on the path up and a pivot on the monument itself, which is a trig intersected station. Baulked at the £10.50 entrance (10% discount for NT members didn't help much). Grassed, most likely man-made, mounds at NE and S sides of the monument, one is probably higher than the other.jonglew11/06/2018
Should have checked the opening times for the tower, but a good place anyway.Pete R24/02/2018
early morning bag from the cp.robertphillips11/01/2018
Views limited by autumn mistsneimcv27/09/2017
Braved the summer crowds visiting the Wallace Monument and just followed the path up with the tourists. Found the high point near the monument.NormanW23/08/2017
Past this so many times and never found the opportunity to visit but today was the day! Nice benchmark on corner of tower.thejackrustles14/06/2017
While visiting Wallace MonumentCrib Goch12/05/2017
First of 5 from Stirling to Dunblane. Came via Cambuskenneth. Busy. On to Black Hill.Thearlaichdubh07/05/2017
Early morning warm up after staying in Stirling for work -from monument car parkMark Sims21/04/2017
Had been before (date unknown).Ken_Stewart15/04/2017
With Ben. A bit dull, need to go back on a clear winters day.hillsman05/04/2017
Followed the miniature ridge walk around the Monument and over the high point. Glorious views from in front of the monument and an excellent café at the visitor centre.Nick Down126/03/2017
Parked up outside and cut through fields and woodland to gain tourist track and up to top of mound. Inside the monument but not up the steps. Is this a Hump if you go to the top? ;-)nordicstar21/01/2017
Walked up from the Wallace Monument car park.clivevilla07/10/2016
Quick tick en route to the station from the Univictimofmathema06/09/2016
Walk up to the monument using designated paths. Cuppa afterwards at cafe.JOHNS28/08/2016
From CP to monument and NW side With A.PeterD17/07/2016
Nice wander up track from car park with Sarah and Seumas then went up tower.assynt_bob05/06/2016
Nice sunny day. Wandered up to the Tump summit with mum and dad. We then went up the Wallace monument - I managed to scale three-quarters of the way up the Wallace monument before I delegated getting me to the top to my dad who carried me the final few flights of stairs. Great views.Seumas Kerr05/06/2016
Arrived at The Wallace Monument as it was opening after travelling down from Comrie on the way to Ardrossan to catch the ferry to Arran. Some great views from the top then onto bag the cafe for a bacon roll and a coffee.Dugswell217/04/2016
Paid £9.99 at visitor's centre then nice walk up. Tower also visitedAlan Caine15/04/2016
Gale, dry, good views lowering clouds. Nice tearoom.iangalbraith28/01/2016
From Visitor Centre CP. A damp morning in Stirling - on the way home.summitsup14/06/2015
Visit to Wallace monumentvegibagger21/10/2014
Wallace Monument visitquadbarrel17/04/2014
Retrospective bag as did not know about TuMPs at time. Visit to Wallace Memorial walk up hill from info centre and walk around tower should cover the high point.SteveSmith19/01/2014
From the visitor CP. Pretty sure I was up there in the 60's.chrisbien18/11/2013
4th time - 14/08/2018.russell6116/09/2013
Second time up the tower.agentmancuso27/03/2013
Monument and Tump tickRHW04/03/2013
with MN easy walk up from car parktrimarc201/03/2013
on a trip up with my son jordan.robertphillips23/08/2011
With Stuart and Natalie.Chris Mac08/03/2005
Date a guesscallumblack03/04/2002
hill walker05/12/2019
Swindon Bagger19/08/2019