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Name:Stanhope Law
Hill number:13832
Height:450m / 1476ft
Parent (Ma):1932  Cacra Hill
RHB Section:28B: The River Tweed to the English Border
County/UA:Scottish Borders (UA)
Class:Tump (400-499m)
Grid ref:NT 32507 18081
Summit feature:small cairn on centre of 3 raised areas
Col:415m  NT327177  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 79
(1:25k) 331
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 11 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Cacra Hill via Stand Knowe (which has a much larger summit than both its neighbours), then back down to Cacrabank. Pleasant horseshoe being ruined by the bulldozed access tracks.summitter15/08/2019
Nice summit.Adrian20/01/2019
Cacra Hill, Stanhope Law, Wedder Lairs & Home Law from double track to S of Cacra. Pleasant summit, as is Stand Knowe.agentmancuso22/04/2017
After Home Law and Wedder Lairs, followed by Cacra Hill. Very blustery and sleetyColin Crawford29/02/2016
Started at Off road rock cutting between cattle grid and Dry Cleuch on B711 (NT 31819 16426). Called at Cacra Hill first, then sTUMP Stand Knowe before heading for Stanhope Law marked by a cairn. Continued descent alongside Cacra Burn rejoining B711 near new house not shown on map called Cacra Hope, resulting in a complete circuit of Cacra Hill.SteveSmith08/12/2015
Dave Geere11/03/2017
carole engel09/07/2015
3 kinnears22/03/2003