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Name:Eildon Mid Hill
Hill number:1938
Height:422m / 1385ft
RHB Section:28B: The River Tweed to the English Border
County/UA:Scottish Borders (UA)
Catchment:Tweed
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (400-499m), Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,4,Y)
Grid ref:NT 54821 32288
Summit feature:viewpoint by trig point
Drop:173m
Col:249m  NT538318  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 73
(1:25k) 338
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 327 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From West Eildon followed the path NNW down into col past the foot of another little n Knoll the shortly afterwards turned NE to follow path steeply up to top. Great weather, great views. Off N path into col then followed path /track to car.Jubilado15/07/2019
With Sam, Skye and Lily from MelroseGary Heath22/06/2019
4.6 mile walk from Melrose up St. Cuthberts Way onto the Eildons, up onto Eildon Mid Hill first, then along to Eildon Wester Hill and finally contouring north around the Mid Hill onto Eildon Hill North, busy on the hills today, there was also a running race going on across all 3 hills. Hot and sunny but quite clear with great views. Bagged Earlston Black Hill earlier that day.DanTrig22/06/2019
From the fishing lake. Also took in the Tumps.Clach Liath10/02/2019
Solo, Josh came to the bottom of the summitsimon and co04/11/2018
Jedburgh 3 peaks ultratom smith27/10/2018
Parked by lake (3-4 cars) Took the long route up, and came back the short direct route (SW)no path shown on map but good path down.G0HIO15/05/2018
From the fishing lake, parked by the roadside. Took the path by the lake, not realising there's no obvious access acroos fences and walls to the path up the hill (on return, took the forestry track). Then straight up and down the obvious path. Only did the Marilyn, last and probably best hill of a long day.Owen B31/03/2018
A very good walk from the fishing lake, which allows a circuit of all 3 hills without having to use the same path twice, except for a short section above the lake. The vehicle track is very muddy because of logging, but the path up the field beyond is fine. Over Mid Hill, on to North hill, and back around the side of Mid hill to Wester Hill. I elected for the bog trot north of the lake, to avoid the muddy track, but not much in it really.Gill08/02/2018
Would be great viewpoint on a clear day.thekirkie pirate10/01/2018
Bikes, horses and hikers abound.summitter02/12/2017
Super walk over this fine group of hills which have been on my wish list since as far back as 2008. Last half hour of the descent to Melrose was in complete darkness but at least it was still light enough to make out the view at the trigAlex C16/10/2017
https://www.instagram.com/p/BVfMp4RhFMt/rawkmonster18/06/2017
Supposed to be a day off during a week's stay for J & me in the Borders. After a lazy lunch in Gala & a wander around Melrose, the combination of a sunny afternoon & the gorse in full flower drew us inexorably up St. Cuthbert's Way to these hills. Great views & we had them all to ourselves. Returned more or less the same way being chased off by a brewing thunderstorm which broke just as we got back to the town.NotReallyABagger22/05/2017
With GHC from Maxton along the St Cuthberts Way. Showers but calm.A very pretty walk.Play2End16/04/2017
Solo. From town centre up well-marked but very muddy path.Dangerous Dave01/04/2017
A cracking set of hills with brilliant views all around, no encounters with the wee folk that we know of...Chris Mac07/01/2017
Up and down from lake.rhalstead31/12/2016
Parked at NT 53873 31613 on roadside by fishing pool. No need for a map and compass as I employed a local guide of 20 years (my sister). All 3 Eildons' (+ Little Hill) completed in just over an hour and a half.David Evans20/11/2016
last top of the roundsteven ruffles25/10/2016
Apples purchased from Priorwood Orchard (next to Melrose Abbey) - St Cuthbert's Way - Eildon Hill North - Eildon Mid Hill - Little Hill - Eildon Wester Hill - return along St Cuthbert's Way in the gathering gloom.briandavies24/10/2016
With MN. Train to Tweedbank, bus to Melrose and easy walk up 3 lovely hillstrimarc220/06/2016
Parked at reservoir then stroll up to summit. Great view. Up early as planning to do four more marilyns today. Company: Soloiandesbottes17/05/2016
Parked in deserted golf club with GB. A very pleasant 70 minute walk to this summit. Great views!bolton11/12/2015
Parked in Golf Club car park at NT54348 33209 SE up good path over Malthouse Burn & up to col SW up good path to summit. (PM)gerrybowes11/12/2015
OtisGlenford14/11/2015
Self, Peter and dogInvicta1419/10/2015
Second of the three with John G and Simon H - steep ascent on north-east side, views north to Galashiels excellent. Very steep descent on western side - if you've got poles, use them!JOHNS20/09/2015
The BBC weather forecast said cool with low clouds. Well we had warm sunshine with not a cloud in the sky. Have been here many years ago but great views today and another YSM.Walker Dan07/09/2015
I travelled by train from Stonehaven to Tweedbank for a day trip on the first day of public service of the reopened Borders Railway. So the first time this has been possible for 47 years. A day of beautiful warm weather. This hill and its two neighbours sit nicely and prominently above Melrose.pwbellarby06/09/2015
From Melrosealanm917/07/2015
6th hill of 7 today on a route from Galashiels to Melrose climbing Gala Hill, Cauldshiels Hill (closest to the loch),Dod Hill, Cauldshiels Hill (overlooking the Loch) Eildon Wester Hill and then following main track to the col and then a small track up through the scrub to the summit. Fantastic views over Melrose. The lights was fantastic today but very windy. Couldn't stay long as the wind was whipping me! Descent to North with the last Eildon Hill in sight.Dazingdale16/05/2015
golf course carpark muddy path to the top.robertphillips10/05/2015
Climbed from Melrose Golf Course to pass between Mid Hill and north east top. Ascended north east top, Mid Hill and south west top before contouring back around Mid Hill to descend back to the golf course.raffemeister13/12/2014
MC from golf course.Martin6610/12/2014
Parked in layby at top of the hill on B6359, then down to St Cuthberts Way path. All three tops - very pleasant walk - 4 miles - a leisurely 2.5 hoursCrib Goch01/11/2014
Took St Cuthbert's Way out of Melrose then went onto Mid Hill, North Hill and ENE for 1/2 mile before heading back to Melrose, within the hill enclosure as far as St Cuthberts Way to retrace the last 1/2 mile. A hill of character and interest, 2nd of the day after Black Hill. With brother Pete. Cloud drifting just above tops.pwheeler17/09/2014
Main path from Melrose. Unlike most Marilyns, lots of people on this hill.AndrewFinnimore03/09/2014
With Rachel and Fiona. Rachel working in Borders General. Good weather. First angina episode. Cafe afterwards.gercal5315/07/2014
From Melrose, St. Cuthbert's Way. Did all three tops just to be sure as had no map.mick29/06/2014
Ascended from Eildon Hill North, having parked near the golf course.JohnW01/06/2014
From (free) car park south of Abbey in Melrose, with AT and JT. Walked up B6359 a little way, then east down a passageway between houses by dustbins on St Cuthberts Way to the bealach between Mid and North Hill on good waymarked path. Then steep zig-zag path on north side of hill to summit. Walk continued onto Wester Hill.marktrengove24/05/2014
From Eildon Hill Northrfoster23/05/2014
Ascended with daughter Isabelle and my mum. Great viewpoint again shame about these blasted wind farms.isabelle14/04/2014
Climbed with my dad and nana heather it was very steep but the views were great.isabelle summer14/04/2014
AloneSpudGunn16/02/2014
Sunny, cold, sharp wind, good views, did the big circle.iangalbraith29/12/2013
As our walks in the boarders book we got in a charity shop for 50p. After Melrose abbey.mindlessflogger11/06/2013
Trimontium J & V.traighmhor06/04/2013
St Cuthbert's Way with Gavin. Leisurely first day walking from Melrose to Newton St Boswells. Climbed summit of Mid Hill from SCW path. Great days walking - great views from summit.julcrk24/08/2012