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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), Yeaman
Grid ref:NO 30503 20215
Summit feature:windshelter 5m N of trig point
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 265 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Sick Kid15/02/2020
A Brexit ascent of Norman's LawTamCollie01/02/2020
From Pittachope. Easy circuit from parking area. Great views. With Rosie and BrodieLongwojo24/01/2020
Crawford Lindsay03/01/2020
On way to Forfar for Xmas. Usual parking spot and clockwise circuit - cracking views of Dundee.SS25/12/2019
Second visit, with Marian and JohnColin Crawford15/12/2019
From the lay-by near Pittachope Farm.Winterfloodian28/08/2019
Took the Walk Highlands route from Luthie to make a loop including Whirlybird Kips to the south.Jubilado26/08/2019
Parked in layby/Fife Coastal Path parking at NO310209 then followed Fife Coastal Path south and ascended via (broken) style at ~NO309202 descended via style at ~NO304203 and followed Fife Coastal Path back to parking with DA.Danmawr14/07/2019
Parking in lay-by 100m W of Pittachope, NO311209. 50m further W on road, then L (SW) up track, on 'Fife Coastal Path' (even though it is almost 2km from the sea), to sign saying 'keep left', but pointing R. So, went R until RH bend at about NO303204, where a stile on L, gives access to a path, which is indistinct through long grass, to a disfunctional stile, then a final zig-zag up. No view in the horizontal rain.Isbjorn24/06/2019
dave g08/04/2019
Simon Winton19/12/2018
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
Fife Walking01/07/2018
Dave McG02/06/2018
From Pittachope laybyBLACKHILL23/03/2018
By shortest route. Calm, sunny day with atmospheric haze. Beautiful. Rounsfell10/02/2018
Crawford Lindsay09/02/2018
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
Parked at A913 Ayton Smiddy. Got into conversation with Mike Robertson as I passed the Studio (see A.Dempster's book). He said he climbs the hill almost every day. I walked up and down the hill with him.ChrisR09/09/2017
Took the Walk Highlands route from Luthie 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
walk livi05/12/2016
From Pittachope laybykdbennett27/11/2016