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Name:Doon Hill
Hill number:8175
Height:77m / 253ft
Parent (Ma):58  Binnean nan Gobhar
RHB Section:01C: Loch Lomond to Strathyre
County/UA:Stirling (UA)
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:NN 52545 00135
Summit feature:ground by tree
Col:18m  NS520998  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 57
(1:25k) OL46S 365S
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 28 users)ByDate of Ascent
A couple of very good waymarked paths lead up to the top through the wood.sclater02/03/2020
Saw a wishing tree, a wicca witch and red squirrelsNodwah21/12/2019
A saunter along the loop path to the Reverend Kirk’s tree at the summitNick Down117/06/2019
Combined with Kirkton Hill. Track from W. One path up another down.chrisbien15/05/2019
A well pathed walk to the top. With Brian R. Saw nothing suspicious.Play2End16/02/2019
from near kirkton tracks then path up through woods.robertphillips15/12/2017
From Kirkton. Path all the way to the top.RobertP10/11/2017
The fairy hill!hillsman11/08/2015
With five other friends Margaret Jack, Richard Palmer, Pamela Jenkins,vegibagger18/10/2014
Accidental tump whilst walking the forest. No fairys spotted. Overcast and mild.iangalbraith08/12/2013
The fairy hill, I think it's called, easy walk from Aberfoyle. Think there was a cache and midgies as well of course.Walker Dan04/07/2004
Colin Crawford20/12/2014
Lindsay M16/08/2009
Janet M16/08/2009
Mr Apples03/02/2007