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Name:Bengengie Hill
Hill number:7128
Height:565m / 1854ft
Parent (Ma):1642  Ben Cleuch
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
Donald area:Ochil Hills
County/UA:Clackmannanshire (UA)
Class:Dodd (500-599m), Donald Dewey
Grid ref:NN 86941 00163
Summit feature:cairn
Col:518m  NN867004  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 58
(1:25k) 366E
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 60 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
With Chantell.kojak11/07/2020
West Ochil ramble from Alva Glen CP. Round of Nebit, Ever, Craighorn, Blairdenon, Bengengie and Leith.Topographer5731/10/2019
Round of Craig Leith, Bengengie, Craighorn and The Nebit, easy along paths to Bengengie which has fine crags.Thearlaichdubh08/09/2019
Up the stunning Alva Glen from the car park, crossing on to the west side and a steep climb to Mid Cairn. Pleasant grassy path to Bengengie Hill then a boggy crossing of the Balquhain Burn to a stone wall. A path on the west side of this wall leads straightforwardly to Colsnaur Hill then down to Myreton Hill. A SE descent over grassy hillocks eventually brought us to an ATV trail, which led down to a builders yard (I think) then Back Road. The walker friendly Back Road leads straight back to Alva Glen car park. 3 hours in total.summitter01/09/2019
From lovely Alva Glen, steep pull up to Creag Leith, then Bengengie and Craighorn.neimcv02/04/2019
Alva Glen car park at NS 88453 97485 and up Mid Cairn. From Mid Cairn, along well-used ATV track & then a decent path/sheep trod to the summit cairn. Continued to Blairdenon Hill, Craighorn,and Ben Ever. (S)gerrybowes29/08/2018
Fife Walking01/07/2018
From Mid Cairn, then across the trackless but dryish expanse to Blairdenon.Pete R21/04/2018
carole engel03/10/2017
Sick Kid25/06/2017
From Coalsnaur hill. Walk could've been extended via Blairdenon Hill if time and inclination had permitted. Really steep sides to the Balquharn Burn, so the further you go north the less descent and re-ascent is required.Minto22/06/2017
Parked in Menstrie then up track before going off-piste to avoid gate and plantation to Myreton Hill. Then steeply down beside fence to climb back up to Colsnaur Hill, climbing a handy style halfway up. Then across to Bengengie Hill before descending the ridge to Mid Cairn [Craig Leith]. Then down to the sheepfold and across the dam back towards Menstrie with Jonathon, Norman, Nigel and Gavin.Dugswell222/06/2017
On Jonathan's evening tump bagging County completion.NormanW22/06/2017
Colin Crawford28/07/2016
Continuation from Blairdenon Hill. Walked south, pathless, down to peat hags. Then followed ATV track up west flank of hill, then east to summit. Continued to Mid Cairn. Solo.Man of Kernow114/05/2016
round of craig leith, bengengie hill, craighorn, the nebit c/w from cp alva glen in deep snow.robertphillips17/01/2016
From Myreton Hill via the fence line. Looked better going away from it than being on it!Play2End13/01/2016
Dave Geere11/09/2015
P Ochil Rd. Great weather but windy and cold on top. Track and QB track to CH lots of trees being planted. Onto BH then MC and back mostly the same way.chrisbien30/05/2015
Gavin Theobald08/05/2015
Max, Josie, Scooby, Susan, Holly and Lily. Bright sunny day. Windy but dry. No snow. From Menstrie, Myreton Hill, Colsnaur Hill, Blairdenon Hill, Bengengie Hill and Craig Leith then steeply to Alva.alexmaclennan15/02/2015
Circular route from the west end of dumyat, along the hills overlooking menstrie till we reached Craig leith the circled back round the back of the hills and through some angry looking highland coosbigeffindavie02/07/2014
Nick Down118/08/2013
Round trip from Menstrie, via Myretoun Hill, Craig Elsie, Mid Cairn, Bengengie & Colsnaur.TRG31805/09/2012
Revisited on way to Craig Leith rivetagentmancuso11/02/2012
Colin Crawford26/07/2010
David Purchase06/02/2008
Ochils training run over Mickle Conum, Blardenon, Bengengie and Colsnaur Hill.Eddie11/09/2007
Between Dumyat and Ben Cleuch.campagvelocet26/02/2007