|Height:||357m / 1171ft|
|Parent (Ma):||1642 Ben Cleuch|
|RHB Section:||26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose|
|Donald area:||Ochil Hills|
|County/UA:||Perth and Kinross (UA)|
|Grid ref:||NN 96674 04481|
|Summit feature:||ground by tree|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 58|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 20 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|from glen sherup cp, along track then up through trees following a mtb trail to near the top.||robertphillips||23/03/2019|
|Round of 6 tumps from Glen Sterup: Black, Innerdownie, Whitewisp, Tarmangie, Cairnmorris and Shee. Up MTB trails on north face, tree fight down south ridge.||Topographer57||19/11/2017|
|Freezing fog on A80 but lovely sunshine in Glen Devon. From CP track to col S of hill and reasonably easy through the trees.||chrisbien||20/11/2016|
|Along the forest track to NN967043. Then up the fire break to the clear summit top.||Play2End||09/08/2016|
|From convenient car park at the foot of Glen Sherup. Quick and easy ascent before work. Same route as alda & Minto.||Lindsay M||19/06/2016|
|Ideal for camper-vanners. Footpath from car park, to join forest road, which is followed L at junction round hill to col. Then easily upwards through trees to obvious summit in trees. Feeling that I'd not encountered enough of the trees I took a sporting line in descent, approx NW, to rejoin forest road about 200m from footpath junction. Found evidence of MTB trails near to track.||Minto||17/06/2016|
|Looked forbidding but turned out to be easy from col on track to south-east of summit. Choice of easy breaks, no need for hands or hood up, just a little light ducking and a couple of easy step-overs.||alda||27/02/2016|