|Height:||475m / 1558ft|
|Parent (Ma):||1783 Kirkland Hill|
|RHB Section:||27C: The Glenkens to Annandale|
|County/UA:||East Ayrshire (UA)|
|Class:||Tump (400-499m), Yeaman|
|Grid ref:||NS671147 (est)|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 71|
|GPS data:||show GPS entries for this hill|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 15 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|A 1.4km out and back from the road, parking on the verge. 10th tump of the day after Distinkhorn, Wedder and Cairnsaigh followed by a 6 tump circular from Craigshiel then parking at NS67094 15322. Straight upto the fenceline then at the 400m mark across to the summit, recording 476m @ NS 67157 14699. Returning a similar way. I then drove nearer to Craigdullyeart for the last tump of the day in diminishing light...||Dazingdale||25/09/2019|
|After Craigdullyeat using good 4wd track from forest road. Use the one straight up the hill rather than the one going to the bealach. Fine viewpoint. Arran etc.||Thearlaichdubh||24/05/2019|
|4 tump round from barrier at 66682 15387 craigdullyeart hill, corsencon hill, niviston hill, halfmerk hill, dropped down wide firebreak to lethans to pick up track back to the car, most of the walk on tracks and atv tracks on a nice sunny day.||robertphillips||19/05/2018|
|Parked. By non existant FBM and followed quad tracks to summit.||cjo||14/10/2017|
|Parked before road got too bad passed Glen, then walked 0.9 km to New Cumnock FBM site then onto Corsencon Hill trig and Tump, Niviston Hill and Craigdullyeart Hill on a warm and very sunny day.||Dugswell2||25/05/2017|
|P 667154. Road then QB track to NH, HH back to W edge of forest, Up QB track and through barbed wire fence to trig back down and onto CH diagonally up from conveyor then back down wall to car. Thick fog which cleared on way to last hill.||chrisbien||02/11/2015|
|Quite an impressive hill when seen from New Cumnock direction. With Alexander in backpack.||agentmancuso||26/02/2006|
|fine little hill; pleasant view. simple climb from N, park with care on N verge||RHW||25/08/2003|