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Hill number:13066
Height:103m / 338ft
Parent (Ma):1669  Dumglow
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
County/UA:Fife (UA)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:NS 95166 90081
Summit feature:ground by track
Col:46m  NS948919  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 58
(1:25k) 366E
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 18 users)ByDate of Ascent
Followed the track from the A907, then along the edge of a ploughed field, over small dyke/fence, across old brash and newly planted replacements to a summit with the remains of an old building on top. 20 mins there and back.summitter17/04/2020
2 car layby on minor road to N. Edge of cereal field then boggy, wet, cleared forestry crap to summit.Thearlaichdubh21/10/2019
P road junc to N. Track goes most of the way, then tried going ESE along edge of cultivated area (which falls far short of the edge of the actual field)to reach FB shown on 1:25k. Not too bad, but nothing really gained either, so from top straight down NW to rejoin track.agentmancuso01/09/2019
From the big car park at NS964871. Bike along good tracks.Pete R09/12/2018
Same route as richtea. Then onwards to Righead Hill.russell6116/10/2018
An easy but long walk on forest paths from the main Devilla car park.richtea504002/10/2018
From the main Devilla forest car park following FC roads all the way to the summit. Longer than the northern route but avoids all difficulties.hillsman08/06/2018
from road junction to the north.robertphillips24/02/2017
From minor road junction on A907. Not a great route as the track runs out amidst muddy, ploughed fields. Fence bog and windthrow then created obstacles to the topColin Crawford18/02/2017
P track NW of hill. Track all the way to the top. Minto's tree has been removed. Great weather but lots of phlegm.chrisbien08/04/2015
From the road junction and up the track to the forest.Play2End19/02/2015
Cycled from home. Easy access along the forest roads. Track blocked near summit by fallen tree. Interesting old compound to SW of summit.Minto26/10/2013
Lindsay M03/06/2018