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Hill number:5055
Height:476m / 1562ft
Parent (Ma):1740  Green Lowther
RHB Section:27C: The Glenkens to Annandale
County/UA:South Lanarkshire (UA)
Class:Hump, Tump (400-499m)
Grid ref:NS 94072 13133
Summit feature:no feature: tussocks
Col:349m  NS935132  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 71 78
(1:25k) 329
Observations:flat summit area
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 30 users)ByDate of Ascent
Domed heather and grass summit area with no obvious HP in gloomy drizzle. Near Glenochar Bastle- ruin of a fortified farm 16/17th C.Denise 04/10/2018
From the NE on track past disused slate quarry then sheep pasture to lumpy levellish summit of rough grass/moss/heather. Grouse Moor. For highest point choose your tussock.RichardM04/10/2018
Very easy from layby at 947125. On to the much more dramatic Faugh.Thearlaichdubh10/09/2018
Short climb from SE in mist.RobertP19/12/2017
With Faugh. Park rough but firm layby NS945121 (one other layby to NE). Gate NS946124. Up LHS sheepfold to gate NS945125. Picked up good sheep trod thru' bracken at NS 94445 12602. ATV tracks higher up intermittent. Tussockscarole engel09/08/2017
Continuation of walk from Dun Law. Headed east down Kneesend to the narrow bealach, then steeply up to the summit. Then headed down north-east back to the car park. Solo.marktrengove07/09/2016
Faugh and doddin from peden.robertphillips14/04/2016
quadbike track from road, through rough grazing landcjo23/01/2016
from SE, pass E of sheepfold, dullish tussocky summit, leg went on descent (piriformis syndrome apparently). RHW17/04/2010
Glorious weather. Parked at the Bastle CPchrisbien11/04/2010
Doddin, Dun Law, Dungrain Law, Peden Head, Stowgill Dod, Faugh.agentmancuso19/06/2007
Lindsay M18/10/2018
Martin R11/03/2017
Andrew Simmons06/08/2016
Dave Geere10/04/2016
Alan Whatley14/11/2015
Colin Crawford09/06/2007