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Name:Lady Hill
Hill number:14243
Height:207m / 679ft
Parent (Ma):1826  Black Hill
RHB Section:28A: Firth of Forth to the River Tweed
County/UA:Scottish Borders (UA)
Catchment:Tweed
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:NT 63547 34522
Summit feature:ground by trig point
Drop:65m
Col:142m  NT634359  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 74
(1:25k) 339W
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 23 users)ByDate of Ascent
Good paths to Trig point from Car Park to NE, but had to cross fairly new bw fenceGordonAdshead07/07/2019
From the tower (closed in winter), through the adjacent gate to the open pasture.Pete R05/01/2019
Car park near impressive tower.Adrian01/01/2019
Visited the tower as well. With Ben.hillsman19/04/2018
From the Tower car park, taking the marked path and detouring via a gate to outflank a barbed wire fence, before a miniature ridge walk to the summit trig next to a concrete shelter. Great views from the Eildons to the Cheviots. Don't miss Smailholm Tower with its delightful tableaux of the Border Ballads.Nick Down108/10/2017
Bagging the trig. Great viewpoint.BigJ21/03/2017
With Jack and Morgan. Drizzle. CP past the farm. Visited the tower on way back.chrisbien24/06/2014
With dziadzio and Morgan.jackbien24/06/2014
There's a good chance I'd already visited this 25 years previously, on a school trip to the tower, but I couldn't be sure. With Fiona, Alexander & Rebecca.agentmancuso09/04/2009
RHW23/07/2006
alanm16/06/2019
Berkscire87419/08/2018
chalky195319/01/2017
silverhow28/08/2016
richtea504009/11/2014
Colin Crawford01/11/2014
Louise16/12/2012
ajwxyzt16/12/2012
fasgadh29/05/2012
ZanderH09/04/2009
BeccaKate09/04/2009
FionaC09/04/2009
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