|Height:||155m / 509ft|
|Parent (Ma):||1809 East Cairn Hill|
|RHB Section:||28A: Firth of Forth to the River Tweed|
|County/UA:||East Dunbartonshire (UA)|
|Grid ref:||NS 70911 76101|
|Summit feature:||ground 2m from trig point|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 64|
(1:25k) 348 349W
|Observations:||ground 300m SE at NS 71115 75870 may be as high|
|Comments:||Another 155m spot height at NS711758|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 48 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|After Croy Hill. Up the John Muir Way then opting for easier south side to west end and up to well decorated trig with dog walkers’ convention taking place. Back down via northern side and back to car. Very warm day, great clear views.||Jubilado||12/07/2019|
|A thoroughly enjoyable walk from Croy along the John Muir Way and to the summit and trig on Castle Hill. Then there's the matter of the alternative summit. After two false starts, I crossed the ditch by the military road and thrashed through fallen trees, high bracken and conifers to the steeply domed top. It is - unfortunately - almost certainly higher than the trig summit.||Nick Down1||23/05/2018|
|YSM0465 Castle Hill. One of 5 trigs planned on the way to Arran. Only managed 2, this being the second! Easy enough walk to this, parked on the road at N55° 57.435' W4° 04.984'and followed the track all the way to the hill fort. Lovely spot great views.||thejackrustles||16/11/2017|
|4th of 5 on John Muir Way walk from Strathblane to Croy. Superb way to appreciate Antonine Wall. On to Croy Hill.||Thearlaichdubh||25/01/2017|
|Easy parking at Croy then visited Barr Hill Roman camp before the steep route over Castle Hill to return to the car.||Dugswell2||13/10/2016|
|After croy hill parked car wash in croy across road then track to the top, also visited other spot height 300 m se.||robertphillips||15/12/2015|
|With Charlie from Twechar. Done on the way home from Crow Rd which was blocked by a landslide (with a car in or on it).||chrisbien||06/12/2015|
|From Twechar. Also visited alternative summit to S: deep bracken at top so probably best visited in winter.||RobertP||08/11/2015|
|With Ben. Great viewpoint for west central Scotland.||hillsman||21/09/2015|
|With Tom from Croy. Alt top then trig then Roman Fort and back along military way.||chrisbien||07/04/2015|
|From Auchinstarry by frozen canal to Twechar, returning over Barr Hill and Castle Hill.||neimcv||22/01/2015|
|Other spot height at 711758 does look higher. Trig easy path from Twechar, park in industrial estate opposite. Other top approach from north, go into bealaich between hills and climb from the west. Damp, clear and mild, good views||iangalbraith||04/12/2014|
|With Donny and Billy heading east on John Muir Way.
2nd visit - 22/02/2016.||russell61||05/03/2014|
|Easy parking at Croy (See Croy Hill). Pleasant tracks, went clockwise, visiting Barr Hill Roman camp first, then Castle Hill. Surprisingly steep in places.||Minto||02/11/2013|
|Pleasant path up from east.||campagvelocet||09/05/2007|
|Wild weather today, but interesting Roman site.||agentmancuso||11/01/2007|