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Name:Warklaw Hill
Hill number:14149
Height:278m / 912ft
Parent (Ma):1816  Allermuir Hill
RHB Section:28A: Firth of Forth to the River Tweed
County/UA:Edinburgh (UA)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:NT 19856 67356
Summit feature:no feature: ground SW of mast
Col:234m  NT197667  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 65 66
(1:25k) 344 350
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 33 users)ByDate of Ascent
Up from Torphin. Nice wee walk.sclater02/02/2020
From Torphin. Along the path to Easter Kinleith, detouring to the hill about half way along, then returning via the disused golf course. Superb views to Edinburgh and the Forth.summitter03/01/2020
Up from Torphin Road from water pipeline construction works. Pass a couple of CCTV cameras into the site of a recently closed golf course. Good paths lead to just east of the summit, where the derelict land gives way to sheep pasture. Very fine viewpoint. Return via steep descent to path on the north side.fasgadh24/07/2019
Parked at End of Torphin Road, through gate to Easter Kinleith and followed track/path west then south then east to the top. Blowing a ‘hoolie’ on top today but rather good views.Jubilado27/01/2019
Heading back to Bonaly C.P. Nice wee hill next to mast.Play2End10/11/2018
Curriehill-Warklaw Hill-Castlelaw Hill-Turnhouse Hill-Carnethy Hill-Hare Hill-trig near Threipmuir Reservoir-Balerno-Curriehillcampagvelocet02/11/2018
From end of the road at Torphin. Good graded track to NT 1984 6759, then steeply up through gorsey. Obvious HP WSW of the comms mast.jonglew12/10/2018
Currie - Water of Leith - Minor road south to join path which goes just north of hill - Quick up and down from path - Water of Leith at Juniper Green.russell6103/07/2018
From Bonaly country party to the east along paths west and over textbooks dam then south to summit which odds just beyond the radio mastvegibagger29/06/2018
Short walk but nice.hillsman22/06/2018
From torphin road end path then up left at gate under power lines.robertphillips20/12/2017
From ne, Torphin, as others. Nice easy scenic walkRHW11/12/2016
No 10 bus from West End to Torphin, then walk along side of quarry until gorse diminished enough to head up to the ridge with its fine mast. A large tree obscures the view over Edinburgh but I could see the 2.95 Forth bridges rising above the mist on the Forth. A <2 hour round trip from the West End.Thearlaichdubh05/12/2016
I drove along Woodhall Road, then robbed Woodhall Bank before turning into Torphin Road to park before using the right of way to gain the sheep pasture to the west of the quarry. No walls or fences were climbed to bag this TUMP.Dugswell214/02/2015
walk from the road end and then turn left and up.Adrian14/02/2015
Quick route on track from west through muddy farmyard, well used by walkers, no problem (met farmer), but would be a better walk from east. Good viewpoint.alda08/01/2015
P Torphin. Along path then steeply up by wall to Aerial mast and summit a little SW.chrisbien31/08/2014
Ben Rinnes10/03/2020
Michal Musialowicz18/02/2017
Colin Crawford05/02/2015
Pete R02/11/2010