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Name:Hill of Ochiltree
Hill number:13532
Height:184m / 604ft
Parent (Ma):1725  Beneraird
RHB Section:27B: Carrick and Galloway
County/UA:Dumfries and Galloway (UA)
Catchment:Cree
Class:Tump (100-199m), Yeaman
(Tu,1,Y)
Grid ref:NX 32710 74104
Summit feature:trig point
Drop:71m
Col:113m  NX317759  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 76
(1:25k) 310
Observations:a few small rocks at NX 33280 74113 might be as high
Comments:alternative 184m spot height at Top of the Fell, NX332741
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 20 users)ByDate of Ascent
As part of SUWSkerryvore21/05/2019
On Southern Upland Way todaynickywood120/04/2019
trig first, bump 100m north and area 600M east from near hp of minor road SUW.robertphillips17/03/2019
Bagging the trig.BigJ06/11/2018
As RobertP.chrisbien19/06/2018
On SUW, then across rough ground to alternative summit. FWIW, my altimeter gave the edge to the eastern topColin Crawford05/06/2018
Here for the trigpoint. TP:UK log: Not on the list for today but the weather was so lovely decided to squeeze a few more in! Parked in a lay-by at the start of the Southern Upland Way for a short and enjoyable stroll to the trigpoint.thejackrustles26/03/2018
Dusty25/03/2018
On Southern Upalnd Way.clivevilla31/05/2017
Dave Geere10/05/2017
From road to SW, visiting trig summit area, 184 spot height approx 600m to E and grasasy mound approx 150m NW of trig.RobertP20/09/2015
Tenth and last hill today on an epic alternative Southern Upland Way route linking the hills from Castle Kennedy to Bargrennan and visiting Craig Fell, Cruise Black Fell, Gleniron Fell, Bught Fell,Larig Fell, Drumpail Fell, Balmurrie & Artfield Fell and then Eldrig Fell,back onto the SU way at Tannielaggie about 2miles west of Knowe. The Southern Upland Way passes the summit. Loch Ochiltree looked magnificent with the sun setting on it. Light was fading so full concentration was required to follow the waymarkers, arriving at the House of the Hill hotel in Bargrennan at 21.20. A great small hill ringed by bigger mountains.Dazingdale07/05/2015
SUWborderterrier29/09/2013
chalky195302/08/2012
Done on Southern Upland Way.ngthack10/08/2009
Berkscire87405/07/2009
see log on TrigpointingUK.com. RHW24/09/2006
raymondwilkes04/04/2003
On the SUW. Bitterly cold. Limping from yesterday's injury on Craigairie Fell.agentmancuso22/02/2000
On MTB charity ride of Southern Upland Way, date approx.Dave McG01/05/1991