|Height:||76m / 249ft|
|Parent (Ma):||1685 Blaeloch Hill|
|RHB Section:||27A: Ayr to the River Clyde|
|County/UA:||North Ayrshire (UA)|
|Catchment:||Minor Rivers only (North)|
|Grid ref:||NS 19074 50926|
|Summit feature:||no feature: grass|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 63|
|Observations:||removal of vegetation has uncovered a rocky point at NS 19063 50941 which might be of same height|
|GPS data:||show GPS entries for this hill|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 16 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|From Goldenberry Hill. There's a track through the woods linking the two, but I only found out afterwards so went cross-country.||summitter||04/05/2019|
|P castle gate to NE, along farm road to due N & straight up. Vegetation has been cleared so easy now.||agentmancuso||14/03/2019|
|After Drummilling, via A78 cycle path and in to Hunterston grounds. There is a farm track up the W side,, then fight through vegetation to summit. Vegetation has recently been burnt so not too difficult. On to Goldenberry.||Thearlaichdubh||05/05/2017|
|2nd hill of 11 today after Drummilling. Used B782 then short stretch of A78 (has cycle path) to road to Campbelton. Nice atmospheric Beech trees line this road. Took lane that circumnavigates Campbelton hill and Climbed gate to head up through the intense bracken forest and nearer the summit thick gorse bushes. Summit is a small grassy mound underneath one of the gorse bushes. I actually crawled on hands and knees to check. Descent west through more bracken to woodland then past pylons to woodland on lower slope of Goldenberry hill. A small hill with a Bracken/gorse bite that belies Its height.||Dazingdale||19/09/2016|
|From road to castle, avoiding the gorse to the north. Farm sign states Campbleton rather than Campbelton, so is the typo down to the locals or to the OS?||Colin Crawford||28/04/2015|
|W Kilbride-Campbelton Hill-Goldenberry Hill-Auld Hill-W Kilbride||campagvelocet||04/03/2015|
|auld hill, goldenberry hill, and campbelton from thirdpart.||robertphillips||31/12/2014|
|P at castle, walked round farm road, approach from West, less horrific vegetation. Mild, windy on top, ok views.||iangalbraith||17/12/2014|
|P at end of public road to Hunterston Castle. Steeply up from N. Trees, bracken, brambles and gorse.||chrisbien||01/12/2013|
|After Goldenberry Hill. With ajwxyzt from the N.||Minto||16/08/2012|