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Hill number:13416
Height:257m / 843ft
Parent (Ma):1680  Nutberry Hill
RHB Section:27A: Ayr to the River Clyde
County/UA:South Lanarkshire (UA)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:NS 82875 39828
Summit feature:no feature: ground at fence corner
Col:226m  NS834399  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 71 72
(1:25k) 335
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 23 users)ByDate of Ascent
Same as last time parked near mast.robertphillips03/07/2020
Straightforward from nearby gateway. HP by fencepost at top of bankRHW01/12/2019
As others, parked by radio mast. Over gate, and between spruce and hedge to summit. Not much of a view from here.Minto30/06/2019
From radio mast.summitter04/11/2018
3 minute canter from parking beside mast.Thearlaichdubh11/09/2018
Parked by mast then over opposite gate and 50m walk through long grass between larch and spruce on one side and hawthorn on the other.Topographer5702/09/2018
HP at fence junction near road on edge of pine plantation. Parking on opposite side of road by aerial. Unremarkable.Denise 15/04/2018
Nothing to see herehillsman20/02/2018
As far as I can tell the summit is not at radio mast but across the road behind line of trees ,overlooking a small housing estate.Steve51130/06/2017
No difficulties, other than taking a chunk out of my finger when stepping over the fence.agentmancuso27/11/2016
A revisit to get a photo plus noticed a rivet bench mark at the top of the stone gatepost used for access. 10/10/2004 Local hill, also did a welfare visit to Boghill Farm after farmer was caught illegally burying sheep.Dugswell201/06/2016
from near the mast.robertphillips12/01/2015
Not much to sayMartin R05/01/2014
Through gate just W of top.chrisbien30/06/2013
Colin Crawford10/01/2015