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Name:Gersit Law
Hill number:14252
Height:195m / 640ft
Parent (Ma):1932  Cacra Hill
RHB Section:28B: The River Tweed to the English Border
County/UA:Scottish Borders (UA)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:NT 61265 26840
Summit feature:no feature: ground near mausoleum
Col:134m  NT639275  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 74
(1:25k) OL16W 338
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 14 users)ByDate of Ascent
Easy walk up to splendid domed mausoleum which ex India military top brass , Sir Thomas Monteith Douglas (1798-1868), had built for himself, close to the site of Ancrum Moor battle 1545. Somewhat incongruous sleeping lions and star studded roof . Under restoration, nearly complete? Ground is disturbed so hard to say where natural HP is.Denise 21/01/2019
Track from the A68. Mausoleum currently closed for renovation. Entrance guaded by sleeping lions. I thought the natural high point was more the N side of the track than the built up ground around the mausoleum.RichardM21/01/2019
Parking: On A68 NT 60326 29062. Route: Followed St Cuthbert's way to Lilliards stone then SW heading towards the Monteath mausoleum.David Evans14/09/2017
There's a well-used and signposted path through the woods parallel to the A68 from the caravan site. Bit obscure to start with. Avoids parking issues/walking up the A68.maknipe29/04/2015
P at layby nr holiday park. Walked up road then track to the mausoleum. Back by path through tress to H P.chrisbien16/06/2013
From east along track, parking a bit sketchy but no other option apparent. Mausoleum much larger than I'd realised.agentmancuso05/07/2012
Dave Geere20/10/2018
Colin Crawford01/11/2014