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Name:Knock Mary
Hill number:18988
Height:180.4m / 592ft
Parent (Ma):25  Torlum
RHB Section:26B: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
Donald area:Glen Artney Hills
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:NN 84273 19985
Summit feature:mound by tree stump S of path
Col:148m  NN 8395 1996  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 58
(1:25k) OL47E 368E
Observations:mound by tree stump N of path at NN 84239 20029 is 0.1m lower
Survey:Leica RX1250
Comments:col height measured to be 148.0m
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 16 users)ByDate of Ascent
After Callum's Hill. Lot of pavement walking until crossed bridge on road to Muthill. Followed path from there which is initially signposted as leading to Muthill. Visited both possible tops. Back same way to catch bus to Stirling.russell6105/02/2019
Along track from the road to the west at sunset.vegibagger18/11/2018
Rather attentive horses in the field above Alichmore ... take apples!summitter15/10/2017
Pleasant walk from west. Bit overgrown at summit.hillsman02/09/2017
Part of walk from Crieff visitor centre to Torlum to the west.PsyCrow26/08/2017
Number nine of ten from Crieff. Very glad of the easy path. I visited both knolls to be sure.Colin Crawford29/12/2015
Track from W. Beautiful weather and lovely wood.chrisbien01/11/2015
Pleasant undulating track walk in from W.Lindsay M01/10/2015
A splendid addition to the hills on sheet 58; followed footsteps in the snow (made by the walker formerly known as staclee) to the summit.richtea504013/12/2014
I thought I'd be the first person to log this as I've only just discovered it, but richtea doesn't hang about.alda11/12/2014
Walked in by the track from the west. There has been some recent forestry work but nothing drastic.JohnWblank
Rod M01/10/2015
john steel13/10/2002