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Name:Craig of Grobdale
Hill number:13359
Height:287m / 942ft
Parent (Ma):1730  White Top of Culreoch
RHB Section:27B: Carrick and Galloway
County/UA:Dumfries and Galloway (UA)
Catchment:Fleet (Gatehouse)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:NX 60649 62749
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:30m
Col:257m  NX605629  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 83
(1:25k) 312 319
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 18 users)ByDate of Ascent
5/8 A round of the valley from Laghead Bridge, including Benfadyeon, Bengray, down to Loch and up to Craigtype, then Fell of Laghead, Craig of Grobdale and continue up to White Top of Culreoch. Then down through the trees to Doon of Culreoch and back to complete circle via Castramont Hill. Note the last two were hard going with felled woodland at first and then tussocky ground, made it a 6 hour round despite the low hills. Sunburnt, silly me!nickywood113/07/2019
9th and final tump of the day, 1st, a reascent of Craiglowrie with Adrian then Cairn Tammock, Rig of Burnfoot and Auchencloy solo remaining tumps with Adrian: Laughenghie Doon of Culreoch and then a 3 tump circular from the Laurieston road, starting with Ewe Hill, White Hill of Culreoch and then a descent and reascent to reach the Cairn. Great top to finish the day on. We took a grassy path that runs parallel with the grassy rake before heading direct over easy-ish grass to the track leading back to the car. Just managed to get back to Dalry for last food orders!Dazingdale17/10/2018
with Dazingdale.Adrian17/10/2018
Similar approach to Rob, pleasant after the initial roughness is over.Colin Crawford30/08/2018
8 Tumps anticlockwise from Laghead Bridge. Managed to find the worst possible line on the way down to the track after the summit.agentmancuso21/04/2018
On way to marilyncjo25/03/2018
From SE, #1 of 8, tussocks then nice grassy rake skirting L of summit, cairn. Then to revisit MarilynRHW24/03/2018
KeithByTheC31/12/2017
After White Top of Culreoch.NormanW22/10/2017
From new logging road (old track upgraded) Dry, mild, sharp breeze, good views. Fun wee hill.iangalbraith08/04/2016
cmac17/11/2018
Dave Geere01/05/2017
Lucky06/04/2017
maknipe06/04/2017
Tony S22/06/2015
nordicstar20/07/2012
Rowan19/10/2007
Laurel19/10/2007