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Name:Dollar Law
Hill number:1833
Height:817m / 2680ft
Parent (Ma):1830  Broad Law
RHB Section:28B: The River Tweed to the English Border
Donald area:Manor Hills
County/UA:Scottish Borders (UA)
Class:Simm, Donald, Corbett Top
Grid ref:NT 17809 27831
Summit feature:trig point
Col:747m  NT170256  
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 238 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From Cramalt by Megget Reservoir, along track N, turning up to summit of Notman Law, then along foottracks to Dollar Law, returning along ridge over Fifescar Knowe, Dun Law to Cramalt Craig, then SW to Broad Law, S to Cairn Law, then following deer fence E to Talla Cleuch Head, returned along fence (except foot track past the top of Codleteth Burn, following fence over Fans Law and down to road at the its high point (Megget Stone), cycling back to Cramaltkdbennett02/11/2019
Stob Law, Glenrath Heights, Blackhouse Heights, Black Law, Conscleuch Head, Deer Law, Greenside Law, Norman Law, Fifescar Knowe, Dollar Law, Taberon Law, Middle Hill, Drumelzier Law, Pykestone Hill, The Scrape. 10 hours 30.PGCE24/10/2019
Last of the round dropped down to Cramalt then back along the road for the car.Fellhugger08/08/2019
Parked on wide grass verge on W. side of bridge at Cramalt & up Notman Law. From Notman Law, back over fence & along path to fence corner. From fence corner, ATV tracks to summit trig point. Continued to Fifescar Knowe, Cramalt Craig & Clockmore. (S)gerrybowes30/07/2019
On way to Tony Smiths completion on Pykestone hill via dollar law.cjo06/07/2019
Hearthstanes, Broad Law, Cramalt Craig, Fifescar Knowe, Dollar Law, Manorhead.tim74702/07/2019
Final summit of long round from Manorhead. 4 Donalds, 6 tops and 3 deleted tops for the day so now looking forward to the bar.Tony S19/06/2019
Came up from col with Fifescar Knowe alongside wall and fence to reach trig pillar of Dollar Law. A few more raindrops speeded up a brief lunch taken behind wall. Dropped back SSW to col and turned SE on track going towards Notman Law. First visit to DL was also solo, on 07/07/2015: on that occasion there was a downpour and lunch was decidedly soggy.jacobus25/05/2019
A long walk through from Cramalt parking spot at Loch Megget to Glenrath Farm. With B and R. Lucky to be blown along by a southerly wind.jenx21/04/2019
Parked at start of forest, clear sky frosty on top enjoyed the peace and quiet. Just followed fence/wall up to trig. Company: Soloiandesbottes25/03/2019
Dollar Law, Fifescar Knowe, Cramalt Craig and Clockmore from Cramalt (Megget Reservoir). Good track most of way to Dollar Law then easy going over the tops.RobertP08/09/2018
From Cramalt up track to top bend then back to Notman Law. Thief's Road round to col then up Dollar Law before returning back over Fifescar Knowe. Weather rotten so took track back down and left Cramalt Craig for a better day.SS27/08/2018
Round of 4 Donalds anti-clockwise from small parking area below Manorhead. Easy walking on short grass to the summit of Dollar Law in 50 mins.Nice and dry underfoot. A few reasonable-sized snow patches still on NE slopes.AndrewFinnimore17/05/2018
14th Donaldlojzi86062108/10/2017
Circuit starting from Craigierig taking in Greenside Law, its South Top, Shielhope Head, Notman Law, Dollar Law, Fifescar Knowe and down by the Cramalt Burn track.milimana26/08/2016
15.8 Mile walk in perfect weather from parking area near Kirkhope Burn, walked along road to end and up good footpath to ridge across boggy col and up to Greenside Law, across head of Manor Valley on track to Notman Law, out to Cramalt Craig, and back along to Fifescar Knowe then Dollar Law, down a long way and back up to pathetic lump of Long Grain Knowe, out and back to Middle Hill, then along ridge continuation to Grey Weather Law, Pykestone Hill and The Scrape, descended to car via Posso Craig passing very strange and unused trig point down bottom of Northey Knowe hillside. Terrain very easy like walking on a carpet all the way. No people anywhere.DanTrig14/05/2016
Weather fair.MountainMac25/03/2016
C/W Round of horse hope hill, blackhouse heights, black law,conscleuch head, greenside law, notman law, fifescar knowe, dollar law from just south of langhaugh parked on verge.robertphillips19/03/2016
Megget Stone-Talla Cleuch Head-Broad Law-Cramalt Craig-Dollar Law-Cramalt. With Gavin.MorecambeMonkey23/02/2016
Up from Langhaugh.ngthack17/09/2015
A Donald that I have dun.Play2End11/08/2015
Continued from Fifescar Knowe by turning NNE along the Great Wall to Dollar Law, arriving at summit at the same time as a v heavy shower which made the late lunch a soggy affair. Descended ENE along S end of forest to reach road, turning N to return to car at N end of forest.trienbrae07/07/2015
Solo with Holly and Lily. From Meggat Stone. There and back walk. Cold blustery day but with lifting cloud. Lovely walking over rolling hills and short dry turf. 5 hours.alexmaclennan14/06/2015
Second of the day. Very tough steep ascent with a nice saddle with three cairns preceding the ascent. bite to eat, suncream and daddy long legs tickleng my own legs at the top.GravelMonkey11/06/2015
Continuation of walk from Fifescar Knowe. Dropped down to boggy bealach, then easily up to trig point on summit. Stunning panorama of Edinburgh, Forth, Pentlands, Eastern Highlands, Ben Vorlich, Ben Lomond, Cowal, Galloway and Lowther Hills, Lakeland, Cheviots and Eildons on a clear day. Walk continued to Notman Law.Man of Kernow107/08/2014
A fine day, all the northern tops of Broad Law from Druelzierdickscroop05/05/2014
and 14/07/2015chrispine23/04/2014
From Megget Reservoir, with Harriet, Jon, Aditya and Bob.Grinner13/04/2014
round of 5 NDrobertphillips02/02/2014
Circuit of 8 Donalds from Stanhope starting with Hunt Law and ending up at Drumelzier Lawnickywood129/09/2013
Solo.Dangerous Dave29/08/2013
A steady climb up from the Manor valley.Alan11/06/2013
Starting from Megget reservoir a round including Notman Law, Dollar Law and Cramalt Craig via Fifescar Knowe and Dun Law. ATV tracks now follow much of the route alongside the fences and on the return descent from Cramalt Craig.Roblex30/04/2013
A big ambitious running bagging day with Darren on snow covered hills from Meggethead.Chris Pearson12/04/2013
Second ascent.thenomad28/12/2012
Trig revisit. From SE, Meggett viewing area, came up the boggy ridge path then discovering a wide stone road not on my map I strolled down that way then a short way back along the road. Clouds around some tops but Dollar was clear.RHW08/09/2012
Talla Cleuch Head, Broad Law, Cramalt Craig, Dollar Lawborderterrier26/08/2012
Followed ridge from Fifescar Knowe.derekblackburn16/04/2011
In Moffat for a couple of days, day 1 started solo near the high point of the road between the Talla & Megget reservoirs near the Megget Stone. Straight up the slope NW out to Talla Cleuch Head & then following the boundary to Broad Law. Then NE until just short of Cramalt Craig & then NW following the boundary to Hunt Law. Retraced steps most of way back & turned NE then N over Dun Law & Fifescar Knowe to Dollar Law. Followed the boundary all the way back to Cramalt Craig before heading SE over Pykestone Knowe & Clockmore before dropping down the steep & heathery slope to the reservoir & then a wander back along the road. A warm, sunny day where I misjudged the amount of water I needed.NotReallyABagger31/08/2010
Lovely day in the manor valley - very windy up high. Did Manor Valleymirric11/10/2009
From Fifescar. Downhill slightly to cross the Thief's Road and up to top, and trig 9829 at 12.30. Column on raised spot between wall and fence. to Notman,arranc06/08/2009
From car park at DamSJ23/05/2009
Up the steep side from Manor Valley, Dollar Law, Fifescar Knowe, Notman Law, Shielhope Head and Greenside Law and back by Redsike Head. Cloud above 630 m.Moore10021/02/2009
Solo hill run Uisdean2513/07/2008
With Lynsey on Moffat to Pebbles backpackalistairpooler27/04/2008
Dry, sunny spells, good views, with Tony and Pam.iangalbraith26/08/2007