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Name:Gallow Hill
Hill number:13058
Height:110m / 361ft
Parent (Ma):1644  Uamh Bheag
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
Donald area:Glen Artney Hills
County/UA:Stirling (UA)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:NS 78302 98724
Summit feature:small mossy boulder
Col:67m  NS779994  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 57
(1:25k) 366W
Observations:summit is in trees
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 32 users)ByDate of Ascent
From the south starting at large church parking area.Topographer5713/11/2019
Walk from Bridge of Allan to Dunblane on public footpaths.Trotticus20/10/2019
Parked next to Allan Water then back along main road to signpost for public path to Dunblane. Up this road then up the side of a house to follow network of paths to summit. Continued on Nw to follow path which circles round the hill joining a road for a short while then through a field to rejoin the outward path back to ca,Jubilado19/09/2019
From roundabout along road for Park of Keir. Rightwards up track past wheelie bins and up north ridge over long grass and into wood at summit. Sunny, frosty, no wind. Dumyat visible through gap in trees, view in other directions blocked. Return to bins down mountain bike path on west side of ridge, then to roundabout, along B8033, and leftwards up past Hillside into Dunblane.mainnirnamfiadh24/12/2018
After work, by bike from Dunblane. Summit is on the core path network and easy on a bike through a lovely wood. Lots of fun singletrack around here. Return by the Darn Road - entertaining.fasgadh05/06/2018
Train to Bridge of Allan then pleasant walk.hillsman09/02/2018
parked bend on road off roundabout, through gate over fence to the top.robertphillips07/01/2018
Parked at the Keir roundabout, up the farm road and through wet grass to top in wood. Returned by a path used by mountain bikes through the wood, coming out where the bins are.NormanW23/08/2017
Parked up at entrance to Park of Keir Drive. Walked past the big houses and then a smaller house to a field track running below the woodland above. Went to end of field where a stile to the right put me on a footpath the bluebell covered top. Continued on path NW then NE through wood to end up back on entrance road. Smashing evening walk.summitter19/05/2017
4th of 5. After Stone Hill. From dam rd, down road to tracks leading down into Westerton, through Br of Allan, then path immediately after crossing railway bridge, then follow obvious subsidiary tracks to summit area. On to Dunblane Roman Camps.Thearlaichdubh07/05/2017
Parked on the elbow in the road leading from the M9/A9 roundabout. A pleasant woodland saunter to the mossy summit rock and a surprise view of Dumyat through a gap in the trees.Nick Down104/04/2017
Along the track, through the woods, over the Stiles to the top. Lovely.Play2End23/11/2016
With MNtrimarc222/06/2016
4th visit - 08/08/2019.russell6128/01/2016
Parking on bend in farm track E of Keir roundabout (M9/A9). Track to wood, then path though delightful beech wood to summit.Minto13/12/2014
Climbed along with trig to the south on Knock hill that is 6m lower. High point on open deciduous woodland slightly higher than the field to the north.vegibagger22/10/2014
P at end of road. Road then track then into wood.chrisbien25/12/2013
hill walker05/12/2019
Lindsay M20/12/2015
Matt Hicks07/11/2015
Janet M29/03/2015
Mr Apples29/03/2015
Colin Crawford20/01/2015