|Height:||421m / 1381ft|
|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:||Tump (400-499m), Subhump|
|Grid ref:||NT 27419 25126|
|Summit feature:||no feature|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 73|
|GPS data:||show GPS entries for this hill|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 8 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|P on A708. SUW then up W slopes to top.||chrisbien||05/11/2017|
|Smashing little hill, don't know why I haven't been up in the past. By SUW and west ridge from Dryhope. I visited the tower on return||Colin Crawford||30/10/2017|
|3rd hill of 10 today on my alternative Southern Upland way route from Tibbie Shiel's Inn on St. Mary's loch to the Caddon view Country hotel in Innerleithen, climbing Nether Hill and the Wiss before descending through the forest back onto the SUW beside St. Mary's loch. Veered off again to climb over a fence and then steeply up the west shoulder with good views of the Dryhope tower and the whole of the Lochs. Descended North to drop back onto the Southern upland way.||Dazingdale||14/05/2015|
|pasture. from SW, layby, E then steep grassy ascent||RHW||08/09/2012|
|Short detour on the way back down from Deepslack Knowe.||agentmancuso||03/08/2012|