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Name:Carlock Hill
Hill number:1732
Height:323m / 1060ft
Parent (Ma):1725  Beneraird
RHB Section:27B: Carrick and Galloway
Donald area:Galloway Hills
County/UA:South Ayrshire (UA)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (North)
Class:Hump, Tump (300-399m), Submarilyn, Yeaman
Grid ref:NX 08572 77232
Summit feature:wall junction 12 m S of memorial stone
Col:175m  NX093777  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 76
(1:25k) 317
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 46 users)ByDate of Ascent
P track entrance to NE, track to old quarry & straight up. On to Green Benan via Milgarva.agentmancuso04/01/2020
Parked at the end of the forest track at approx NX093774. Walked a short distance then kept right on the track, and after about another 100m, left the forest by a gate. Up on grass, with just the odd boggy bit. The electric fence near the summit was rusty and not in use. Sad to read the memorial stone. Beautiful views.LizH18/06/2019
A quick nip before catching a ferry to Larne.richtea504004/05/2019
From A77 as described by others. Fine small hill.RobertP09/12/2018
10th hill of 13 today on my penultimate South Ayrshire completion walk on a challenging route from Lendalfoot to Ballantrae, climbing Balsalloch, Knockormal, Ballaird, Littleton, Knockdolian, Sallochan, Knockdhu, Big Fell and Smyrton Hill, joining track near tower at Auchencrosh hill to reach A77 then headed South for about 300m before climbing direct to the summit over rough ground. A monument to Ellie lies about 10 metres from Summit. Continuing on ridge to Green Benan.Dazingdale18/05/2017
From the track off the A77 at NX 09282 77378. Took the track up to a gate, then onto the open moor and up the NE flank to the summit. Returned the same way. Solo. Fierce NE wind.Man of Kernow122/03/2017
Straight up and down alongside the wall above the wood above the quarry.Eddie18/09/2016
from the quarry. easy bag. Tragic memorialThearlaichdubh27/02/2016
parked at entrance to old quarry up track to end then up side of wall/fence to the top, .no viewsrobertphillips09/02/2015
Straight up and down from the A77tim74721/03/2014
in deep snow, from track to SE, into now felled forest. Followed to end then headed right to fence, followed easily to break to left and another fence/wall lead to top. Sweet monument not high point, this is back at gap in wall.nordicstar16/03/2013
From the north, east of wood then just the electrified fence to get over, or use lower gate to view momument, lovely afternoon.Dugswell218/04/2011
Parked at the start of the track to the quarry. Just after the r turn there is a gate which lets you out to the open hillside. The fence from the NW has an electrified top wire but near the monument it is insulated for a couple of feet.chrisbien10/04/2010
pleasant summit & view. from 092775 folow tk & open slope to summit RHW21/04/2003
Tom Mundell31/08/2019
Trekking toes31/08/2019
Lindsay M07/08/2011
Janet M07/08/2011
Colin Crawford17/02/2010
Martin R25/07/2009
Alan Whatley01/07/2009
David Purchase10/06/2009
Emma and Simon01/01/2008
Jon F08/09/2007