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Name:Dundaff Hill
Hill number:4997
Height:352m / 1155ft
Parent (Ma):1661  Carleatheran
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
County/UA:Stirling (UA)
Class:Hump, Tump (300-399m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NS 73543 84480
Summit feature:small cairn
Col:249m  NS731852  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 57 64
(1:25k) 348 349W
Observations:ground on SW edge of hollow 40m N at NS 73543 84480 may be as high
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 44 users)ByDate of Ascent
Through gate at entrance to Drum Farm then via fields / fence-crossing. Decent views.willyross01/09/2019
Tourist route through gate at entrance to Drum Farm. Made a circuit of the little summit cairn and nearby hummocks, enjoying the extensive views on a fine evening.Nick Down112/04/2019
Easy ascent from start of road to Drum farm. Visited the various mounds on flat summit areaRobertP04/11/2018
Parked at wide space along from Muirhill Farm. Walked back to entrance to Drum, through gate and up through grassy pasture. Bit of bog and tussocks near the top. You donít have to be high to get great views.Campbell Singer02/11/2018
From a lay-by with gate about 300m south of Shielwalls. Steady climb, sheep, couple of minor fences/walls, a bit wet under foot.summitter20/08/2018
Bit rough on top but otherwise a nice hillhillsman21/02/2018
Easy ascent from entrance to Drum farm.NormanW13/07/2017
From the south west, parked at bridge, through a gate and around an easy field as far as its top right corner. Over a wooden fence and into grass that gets longer and taller and more tussocky. Made for the south-east end of a conifer plantation then turned left and continued to a gate through the barbed fence defending the summit.Topographer5704/09/2016
Ascended from the bridge, where there is parking space. There are avenues of deciduous trees with sheep pasture. Near the top there is a coniferous plantation, which can be passed to the east.JohnW10/06/2016
up from the the bridge parked at phone box.robertphillips01/02/2015
from 40 mph sign to S and then up field and round trees. ?some form of hill fort on summit. Trig probably isn't quite the highest. Good views down the Forth and back along the Carron reservoir. Preceded by Carnoch.Thearlaichdubh01/01/2014
From S, gate, easy damp slopes. SW edge of hollow probably highest; cairn to NE looks lower RHW09/09/2012
Easy parking at phone box. Gate on farm road just over bridge. Easy ascent up fields. Summit area NOT forested as shown on OS maps, so a bit confusing.Minto31/07/2012
Parked just N of bridge near Muirmill. Top is free of trees but has a lot of circular depressions (old mining?).chrisbien13/11/2010
From SW.agentmancuso27/05/2006
Andrew Simmons25/06/2018
carole engel02/10/2017
Martin R28/02/2016
Alan Whatley02/01/2016
Lindsay M06/09/2009
Janet M06/09/2009
Colin Crawford14/06/2006
john steel30/05/1978