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Name:Hart Hill
Hill number:12821
Height:437m / 1434ft
Parent (Ma):1661  Carleatheran
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Forth, Leven (Dumbarton)
Watershed:Firth of Forth, Ardnamurchan Point to Lowestoft, Cardiff to Cape Wrath, Dover to Cape Wrath, Lowestoft to Duncansby Head, Land's End to John o' Groats, Firth of Clyde, The Lizard to Dunnet Head
Class:Tump (400-499m)
Grid ref:NS 69686 88382
Summit feature:no feature
Col:384m  NS692901  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 57
(1:25k) 348
Observations:outcrop at NS 69764 88406 is just lower
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 48 users)ByDate of Ascent
Along with marylin Caerl….VerySlowPlodder05/07/2024
Good parking at end of Earlsburn reservoir track. Up grassy track from bridge, which means you pass a pretty waterfall. Rejoined track after about 300m. Up to 2nd reservoir then immediately headed up slope off piste SW. Reasonable ground. Regained track at nearest turbine. Followed track basically W to next turbine where there is a caterpillar track heading W to cut stony track corner. This track was soft and could be very boggy at times. Track and slight cut corner to Cringate Law. Headed due E through gate and down easy grass to slatted fence - easy to climb. Then animal tracks to a ATV or animal track on curved ridge to Hart Hill. Really easy going. From Hart Hill continued due E on short grass to slightly rocky knoll, then descended to track on animal tracks to W point of lower reservoir. Track out. Very pleasant 9.5km, 226m climb. Beautiful views. 1hr 50minsLynnebe09/06/2024
From Todholes - Cringate Law - Carleatheran - Hart Hill. Fresh for a summers day.colazione08/06/2024
Revisit from Todholes via Cringate Law & North Top, back S to minor road.agentmancuso20/04/2023
Via the reservoir track.hillsman18/05/2022
Hart Hill and Cringate Law from Easter Cringate and back via Cringate and the road. Boggy but nae too bad.sclater09/08/2021
From near cattle grid on minor road south of Hart Hill to join turbine road on sunniest day of the year. Directly down to Reservoir and up to Earl's Hill. Retraced route to cottage and on to upper reservoir to rejoin turbine roads to Cringate Law. Easy going return to car over sheep grazing.lordtonult17/03/2021
Parked at start of Earlsburn reservoir track. Up track to westmost point of lower reservoir, up to Hart Hill, straight over to Cringate Law, windfarm track to 417m top, across upper dam, SE towards lower reservoir then E and S through the trees to NS 713887, up to Earl's Hill, due S to road and 600m back to the car.TRG31802/12/2020
Parked just beyond the track leading to Cringate. Took this path until the forest end, where a signpost directs one along the Endrick Water, to its junction with the Turbine road. Simply a matter of then going clockwise along this road, via Cringate Law then Hart Hill, leaving a pleasant grassy descent from the final turbine southwards to the C-road and the car.summitter09/05/2020
Plenty of parking at Easter Cringate road end for reservoir and ATV to windfarm road from N end of reservoir. Nice hills apart from the windmills.Thearlaichdubh24/12/2019
hart hill and cringate law from near CG at 6925086850robertphillips09/01/2018
Circuit from Carron Reservoir.chalky195318/12/2017
Parked east of Easter Cringate, then walked up easy, if dampish, slopes to Hart Hill before crossing a little labyrinth of ridges not apparent from the map to reach Cringate Law and contouring back south of the nearest wind turbines.Nick Down119/07/2016
From ssw, cattle grid, grassy summit near wind turbine. Then to CringateRHW09/04/2016
From SSW, parking just E of cattle grid. Straight up to wind turbine, then followed road to summit. Very cloudy, so couldn't even see top of tower.Minto04/01/2016
With Charlie. Windfarm tracks to Cringate Law and Hart Hill and back again. Great views to snow capped mountains. Lomond, More, Stob Binnein, Vorlich, Stuc a'Chroin and others.chrisbien22/11/2015
Wind farm.fasgadh18/09/2015
From track to reservoirs, then hill track from storage container. Hares in winter colour.neimcv10/03/2015
Dry, high cloud, mild, good views. Wind farm tracks partially built and not connected yet, some help.iangalbraith29/10/2006
From nr Carron Valley Resr, via Cairnoch Hill and Earl's Hill, with Fiona. Hellish clearfell at some bits, no windfarm back then.agentmancuso12/09/1999
Ben Rinnes26/04/2024
Lindsay M12/03/2017
Janet M12/03/2017
Colin Crawford20/08/2014
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