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Name:Airngath Hill
Hill number:5106
Height:171m / 561ft
Parent (Ma):1827  Cairnpapple Hill
RHB Section:28A: Firth of Forth to the River Tweed
County/UA:West Lothian (UA)
Class:Hump, Tump (100-199m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NT003791 (est)
Col:59m  NT026774  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 65
(1:25k) 349E
Comments:large scale maps indicate an alternative summit 110m E at NT005791
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 52 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Walked from the clubhouse to the interesting monument, over what may be the highest point, with views over the Firth of Forth. Carried on round to go over any other possible high point, making sure we didn't disturb the few golfers who were around.LizH03/06/2019
Pass to the left of the Clubhouse and walk along the first fairway in the general direction of the impressive monument. Best when balls are not flying.NormanW19/12/2018
Parked at the clubhouse after golfers had gone home. Wandered over west fairway to monument and back over east to try to ensure high point achievedJubilado08/12/2017
Friendly club secretary pointed out where the high point is but asked that I did not place a flag at the summit as it may confuse some of the members. They apparently have enough flags already! I did suggest building a summit cairn only to realise a rather magnificent obelisk a hundred ms from the high point.Campbell Singer24/04/2017
From train station to near the clubhouse via E side of loch and minor roads and paths - muddy. Then visited the monument and the highest looking bits of the fairways. As it was windy golfers not concerned about my presence. Pleasant walk if you include the loch.Thearlaichdubh11/12/2016
Parked at clubhouse, golfers out and about. Anticlockwise around the fairways as far as the monument, carefully looking around before venturing very briefly onto the fairways to bag the likely west and east tops.Topographer5704/09/2016
A sunny evening stroll from the clubhouse car park to the summit on the left side of the fairway at the first hole, and on to the monument to Brigadier Hope.Nick Down125/07/2016
No difficulties early evening - the golfers had completed the first hole by then.mae16/05/2016
A wee word with the staff first, who were helpful. Go to monument, worth the effort. Cloudy, grey dry and windy, good views.iangalbraith25/01/2016
🅿 at clubhouse and still managed to get soaked.Martin R03/12/2015
Busy golf course for 10 am on a Wednesday morning.Dugswell219/08/2015
from the ch carparkrobertphillips03/06/2015
This is certainly an unusual HuMP, glad it was hammering down with rain, as there were no golfer's on the course, nor did anyone choose to ask what on earth I was doing wandering around the fairways, summit defo on the first tee fairway....FOUR!!!hils28/02/2015
Bagged both fairways, ground frozen but still a couple of golfers aroundalda19/01/2015
golf cse, fairway, flattish summit. from N, at night RHW08/09/2012
Parked across the road. The top is indeed on the first fairway. Walked on to the Hope Monument then along the other fairway (170m contour). Great views all round.chrisbien23/10/2010
Dark. Golfers gone home. Nice view of Forth.PeteF26/01/2009
Easy from clubhouse.agentmancuso16/10/2008
In the middle of the first fairway. Well worth visiting the Hope monument while you're here as well.andy11/10/2007
First deliberate HuMPMinto12/06/2007
Played golf - managed to par the first. Drive down the right-hand side of the fairway but made sure I summited.benalder28414/06/1996
carole engel10/06/2018
Paul and Terri22/10/2017
Alan Whatley07/07/2015
Pete R16/01/2013
Lindsay M04/09/2011
Janet M04/09/2011
Colin Crawford01/02/2010
Andrew Simmons05/12/2008