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Name:Whiteside Law
Hill number:5087
Height:454m / 1490ft
Parent (Ma):1802  Blackhope Scar
RHB Section:28A: Firth of Forth to the River Tweed
County/UA:Scottish Borders (UA)
Class:Hump, Tump (400-499m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NT 35819 50974
Summit feature:no feature
Col:348m  NT351522  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 66 73
(1:25k) 345W
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 40 users)ByDate of Ascent
Short walk from Longshaw Law on vehicle tracks. Returned along the lower slopes of Longshaw Law on sheep tracks, to the car at Windy Slack.LizH05/12/2019
Easy from Longshaw and back to car at Windy SlackThearlaichdubh26/12/2018
Whiteside Law and Longshaw Law from quarry to S. Steep ascent, good local views.RobertP23/12/2018
From the quarry a short distance E of the B-roads junction. There is some steep and thick heather at first but the ground gets better under and above the trees.Topographer5705/11/2017
Straightforward linear walk over the HuMP and Tump, then on to Wull Muir next and concluding the walk at Gorebridge with a bus into Edinburgh.Alex C17/10/2017
From Longshaw Law, back down to car by quarry again.agentmancuso28/12/2016
parked at quarry up west side of fence line to the top.robertphillips31/01/2016
With Longshaw Law from Wjimbloomer19/02/2015
walked from b7007 longshaw law then down the southern slopes to quarry and over to Blackhope scar finished up at Gladhouse res. 13Kml in totalRekrab25/08/2010
Parked at quarry S of hill. Crossed crash barrier and up w side of fence.chrisbien19/07/2010
From south, parking beside former quarry.agentmancuso21/03/2009
flat grassy summit; nice views, especially E. From S, parking by bridge. RHW01/03/2009
Tom Mundell23/02/2019
sarah mundell23/02/2019
Trekking toes23/02/2019
Pete R26/05/2018
Alan Whatley08/07/2015
Martin R21/04/2013
Lindsay M21/08/2011
Andrew Simmons12/10/2008
Colin Crawford18/08/2008
David Bell07/08/2008