Name:Leakin Hill
Hill number:13733
Height:79m / 259ft
Parent (Ma):1725  Beneraird
RHB Section:27B: Carrick and Galloway
County/UA:Dumfries and Galloway (UA)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (North)
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:NX 45978 36275
Summit feature:no feature: pasture
Col:43m  NX439366  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 83
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 9 users)ByDate of Ascent
P at farm road end to S. Bitten by dog at farm. HP is adjacent to dungheap.Thearlaichdubh18/07/2018
Parked passed farm track which was then used to bag messy pasture summit and higher possibly old manure heap with Adrian,Dugswell225/03/2018
5th hill of 6 today on a tough cattle-strewn route from Port William to Garlieston, climbing Fell of Barhullion, Camp Hill, Fell of Carleton and Hill of Glasserton, descent down to dense gorse, tracked West, forced my way down through the gorse where gaps had opened up (ouch) before taking slope with stream down to shoreline, then headed along edge of crops before crossing boulders and pebbles to St. Ninian's Cave, up Physgill Glen, across crops ENE to track near High Arrow then along fenceline to Low Arrow before climbing across field (again thundering of hooves showed 20+ cows thundering towards me but I was near wall so not unduly concerned)to climb upto grassy, nettle covered mound. Descent to track leading to Drummoral and then on road to Isle of WHithorn. Quick soup at the popular pub. Started walking on road to Garlieston but expressed interest in a lift and this was forthcoming after only 5 minutes on the tarmac! Next Hill: Gallow Hill.Dazingdale04/08/2017
Along farm track to summit of rough pasture and good views.RichardM11/02/2017
Good location for a fort with extensive views. Manure pile higher than grassy natural HP. Parking awkward.Denise 11/02/2017
Martin R24/03/2018
Dave Geere30/01/2017