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Name:Binny Craig
Hill number:14229
Height:221m / 725ft
Parent (Ma):1827  Cairnpapple Hill
RHB Section:28A: Firth of Forth to the River Tweed
County/UA:West Lothian (UA)
Catchment:Forth
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:NT 04303 73458
Summit feature:rock outcrop
Drop:43m
Col:178m  NT042732  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 65
(1:25k) 349E
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 34 users)ByDate of Ascent
PM01/07/2019
Circular walk from the top C.P.Play2End17/03/2019
Excellent!hillsman05/09/2018
tenerifebilly24/07/2018
From the East Broadlaw path. An impressive intrusion.summitter05/05/2018
Park at golf club and walk 200m up the road to the sugnposted path to the summit. One of the gems of West Lothian - shape, views - plenty of snow etc.Thearlaichdubh27/12/2017
Linlithgow-Parkley Hill-Riccarton Hills-Binny Craig-Philpstoun Bing S-Philpstoun Bing N-Binns Hill-Linlithgowcampagvelocet19/10/2017
Jubilado06/10/2017
Approached from the SW via damp path through Hangingside Wood wearing my wellies then steep sensible route to trig and then summit.Dugswell216/09/2017
A classic Crag and Tail, being an igneous intrusion into softer shales . Much later ice from the west has scraped over the top and deposited the softer Tail. Had an easy fun scramble up the hexagonal columns of the cliff then descent down the Tail. A fine landmark and viewpoint. U.K. Climbing lists 5 climbs exist but no details or grades . The dolerite does not really look ideal rock for climbing but is the common climbing rock in the Central Belt.Chris Pearson07/06/2017
path from minor road from the south near farm west broadlawrobertphillips08/02/2017
Magnificent! Excellent path from the minor road. Come and see this.Play2End03/02/2017
richtea504025/10/2016
24/07/2018 - 2nd visit.russell6123/01/2016
Very breezy, better than being on a boatalda28/03/2015
alanm03/02/2015
Colin Crawford15/10/2014
Thi08/10/2014
JockTamson08/10/2014
Pete R07/09/2014
With Hannah, Stephen and Tom from SWchrisbien26/07/2014
Minto28/01/2012
ajwxyzt26/11/2011
Lovely craggy top.ARM06/12/2009
Parked at SNEC to East. Surprised to run into a mini-bus full of youths at the top. Fortunately they didn't see me fall off the stile below.agentmancuso16/10/2008
PeteF09/11/2006
RHW28/12/2004
Rocky summit out tops the trig. A major landmark, easily accessed from the south.fasgadh01/03/2004
Ken_Stewart15/08/2000
jaizinho01/09/1992
Steve51119/04/1982
callumblack03/04/1976
curlebd01/01/1970
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