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Name:Henderland Hill
Hill number:7409
Height:531m / 1742ft
Parent (Ma):1845  Dun Rig
RHB Section:28B: The River Tweed to the English Border
Donald area:Manor Hills
County/UA:Scottish Borders (UA)
Class:Dodd (500-599m), Donald Dewey
Grid ref:NT 23767 24307
Summit feature:no feature: ground c 30m S of fence
Col:482m  NT238250  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 73
(1:25k) 337
Observations:flat summit area
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 15 users)ByDate of Ascent
Circuit from Henderland, much of it on very wet and heathery ground. Too wet to park by path sign, used hard standing by wood towards Cappercleuch. On to Deer Law, a slog. A dark day.fasgadh22/12/2019
As Anton. Parked by fingerpost on a bit of hardstanding on W. side of Henderland Cottage at 2316 2339 - Through farm gate & up ATV track to junction at 233241- Forked right & up ATV track which was left about 200m from the unmarked summit. Continued to Broomy Law. (S)gerrybowes11/12/2019
Up SUW from St Marys Loch over Deepslack Knowe then on to Black Law (Out and back to Black Cleuch Hill) then on to Conscleuch Head and Deer Law. Finished over Henderland Hill and down to St Marys Kirkyard then along track and road to car. Very heavy going in heather most of the day.SS27/10/2018
Pull in by Chapel Knowe FP sign, through gate onto track steeply up until you start to contour, pick your spot to turn right and make your way to summit.Anton13/09/2016
broomy law and henderland hill from how cleuch.robertphillips03/01/2016
P and through gate E of How Cleuch. Sort of track part the way. Top might be small cairn but pretty flat. To pt 581 then fence to Milehope Head then cut corner to HH. Easy walking down to zigzag down to Henderland. With Tom.chrisbien05/04/2014
Up from Kirk o' the Lowes via Capper Law. On To Deepslack Knowe via Dryhopehope.agentmancuso03/08/2012
Tussocks, 533m GPSr (3m). From Henderland, parking and path by burn RHW27/03/2011
Dave Geere23/10/2016
carole engel01/10/2016
Colin Crawford20/02/2013