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Name:Norman's Law
Hill number:1673
Height:285m / 935ft
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
County/UA:Fife (UA)
Catchment:Eden (Guardbridge)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (200-299m)
(Ma,Hu,Tu,2)
Grid ref:NO 30503 20215
Summit feature:windshelter 5m N of trig point
Drop:209m
Col:76m  NO271165  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 53 59
(1:25k) 370 371N 380W
Observations:ground by windshelter is c 5cm higher than ground by trig point
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 228 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Easy walk from car parking area near Pittachope. Good views.willyross21/09/2018
Easy ascent from the north with the early mist clearing.Windy Corner01/07/2018
From Pittachope laybyBLACKHILL23/03/2018
With Brian R. on a cold, windy winters day. Carried on east from the summit to regain the track back to the car to the north.Play2End13/01/2018
Second hill on a sunny but cold and windy day, with Kirsty and Robert, walking from Pittachope.barnz4812/11/2017
A nice walk up a great hill. Fife coast path car park, then along the Fife coast path, then the left fork across a field, though the gate and then right up a good, steep, grassy path. Amazing views of the Tay estuary from the top, not to mention the rest of Fife.Gill09/11/2017
From the Pittachope layby.Chris Peart25/10/2017
From NO310209.summitsup28/09/2017
Took the Walk Highlands route from Luthie https://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/fife-stirling/normans-law.shtml for an extended circular walk, really enjoyable.thejackrustles05/04/2017
3rd of 4 Ma today and the best, helped by sunshine. The heavy showers were to the S, view N was good, all the Firth of Tay; a chaotic scene of snow and cloud and sun NW, Ben Chonzie's slopes gleaming white. From the signboard/layby by Pitachope, up/back by the very fine E ridge, knobbly, rock, heather. I noted there are signposted ways up from Luthrie, too.pwheeler21/03/2017
From Pittachope laybykdbennett27/11/2016
Parked at Luthrie village hall at 15.30. Mike a bit tired from Ben Vorlich walk earlier but weather too good to miss. Great views from this hill, looking down the Tay to Dundee and also back to Perth. Company: Mike Stevensoniandesbottes27/08/2016
Early stroll up from the NE. Good path beside the fence on the E side of the hill.amswanston19/06/2016
From layby on road to NE (at NO311209). Approached summit from N. Descended to E. Descent was the better route (no fences to cross). Route and write-up at: http://gayleybird.blogspot.co.uk/2016/05/three-and-extra-one.htmlGayle28/05/2016
Weather fair.MountainMac22/03/2016
From the Pittachope layby. The 1:25000 map shows the track leading to the east side, so we went up that way. Then there's an unmapped track off the NW side of the top, that leads over the 243m spot and a couple of stiles to the so-called coastal path above the wood.Pete R20/02/2016
From the north along the coastal path route. Broke from this just before the forest on the right. Up across field, through the gate and then over fence beneath the hill. Then a path goes around and up the hill anticlockwise. Snow and mist and dusk made it not quite so easy.jenx01/12/2015
With Jenx from minor road to NE. Two lay-bys for parking. Follow track to woods then direct across fields to North end of the Law. Followed footprints in snow to summit. No view sadly due to dreek, mist and snow. Back down SE ridge to col and across field to start.nordicstar01/12/2015
Self, Peter and dog. Ascent from the north very easy along newly-fenced path; no issues with cows. Very fine view.Invicta1420/05/2015
Parked in the large space at 310209. An easy 40 minute walk to the summit and back. Solo.bolton07/04/2015
selfdavidsbatty10/03/2015
Losing daylight by the time the summit was reached, after starting from the layby just west of Pittachope - good views of city lights in many directions! Dark by the time I returned to the car.martin_hall31/10/2014
parked west of pittachope in layby, track 100m west of this to summit.robertphillips25/10/2014
A Friday evening with Ali and without kids. Ascended from Luthrie Lovely evening and superb views from the summit.paddyirish11/07/2014
Overcast, dry, mild, good views.iangalbraith02/03/2014
Using track from the NAndrewFinnimore09/02/2014
Started from village hall in Luthrie, follow tracks to base of summit. Sunny, but windy at top. Surprisingly good views to Highland summits.oriolefan10111/01/2014
LindaGlenford31/10/2013
Ascent from the north. Parked on lane to Brunton near start of track. With JdF.marktrengove09/10/2013
A nice walk completed by my whole family including a 6 year old. Picked up my 1000th geocache at the summit making it a very memorable and special day.Dornorn31/08/2013
From Minor road to North, pleasant half hour walk.nickywood104/07/2013
Parked at NO310210. Lovely views of the Tay.Play2End26/05/2013
Start: Telephone box on A913 at Dunbog. Notes: ascended via Glenduckie. 1:25k map very useful. Descended via Denmuir. Note house built across track on edge of woods shown on 1:50k but not on 1:25k. The associated access marked 'private' can be circumnavigated through woods to west and over a few fences with minimal additional effort. In hindsight it may be even easier to go to the East.raffemeister25/05/2013
MCMartin6605/09/2010
Starting from the car park at Luthrie village hall, a long, long walk up farm tracks until the hill proper starts.adrinux14/08/2010
From NE, track starting near Pittachope. Trig and indicator on top. Fine views over Firth of Tay.Aye Jimmy24/11/2009
Very wet indeed but looks like it would be lovely in better weather.andy21/11/2009
KeithByTheC29/10/2009
From the minor road to north on a lovely dry clear day meeting 2 local ladies on the top...great views.Dugswell206/08/2009
First ascent with recorded date, but many prior and subsequent ascentsTopographer5701/11/2008
Ascended from the north on a wet autumn morning.JohnW25/10/2008
Revisit. Fine hill & view, mapped track from NE, to gate, then diagonally SW across pasture to stile and steep path to summit. Tattie harvest in full swing in fields at foot.RHW18/10/2008
with Jamievegibagger15/02/2007
Fantastic view from the topSJ08/12/2006
Solo Uisdean2514/01/2006
Operated ham radio from summit making 6 contacts.G4OBK (Phil)22/06/2005
With Phil (G4OBK)judy55cat22/06/2005
From the minor road to the north.garyhoney20/06/2004
AloneSpudGunn03/06/2004
Track from minor road to NE.agentmancuso10/01/2004