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Name:Broomie Law
Hill number:14165
Height:269m / 883ft
Parent (Ma):1809  East Cairn Hill
RHB Section:28A: Firth of Forth to the River Tweed
County/UA:South Lanarkshire (UA)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:NT 07898 48395
Summit feature:mound near concrete hut
Col:238m  NT081486  
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 11 users)ByDate of Ascent
Stubble field and BWF. Crossed over at the west end where the fence was low and could be stepped over. Right time of year, no nettles! Quick and easy.fasgadh08/02/2020
Returning from Darlees Rig. Up the path from the NE corner of the wood, then out to the WNW. The snow presumably covered the nettles.Pete R02/02/2019
Little loosely wooded Hill with nettles to trouble bare legs.vegibagger06/07/2018
parked on verge 2 fences to the top.robertphillips18/02/2018
P junction in Dunsyre, easy from WNW. Top by concrete structure.agentmancuso04/11/2017
Walk from Dunsyre, cross pasture and up through trees to small clearing with a tank. Well guarded by nettles. No view. Then walk back in rain to Dolphinton and bus back to Edinburgh.Thearlaichdubh16/08/2017
Summit enclosed by trees and so affords no views from the top.Steve51108/07/2017
Space for P just w of bend to NE of hill. Grassy track to the top near a concrete hut. Top to SW definitely lower.chrisbien25/01/2015
Colin Crawford29/08/2015