Name:Angus Hill
Hill number:13039
Height:138m / 453ft
Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
Col:105m  NO527564  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1223820/02/2016NO 53966 56843  F: Distinct rise in crop field.chrisbien

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 17 users)ByDate of Ascent
From layby SW of Hillbarns entrance, down road 60-70 yds, up track to it's end then field edge to near top.duchally26/01/2024
Same route as Summiteer. Only dried shaws of potatoes on summit area.Crumblie226/08/2023
Usual route from lay-by, up farm track then across stubble until a wall reached just west of the summit field, which was unfortunately ploughed so I didn't bother looking for the mote/barrow. Apparently, a large, earthen tumulus was removed some years before 1856, although the Ordnance Name Book (1861) notes 'a remarkable knoll'. Urns and two or three cists containing bones are said to have been found in it. Only a low irregular swelling, said by the farmer to be a rocky outcrop, was observed by the OS when visiting in 1958.summitter19/02/2022
Field edges and tractor tracks.clashcityrocker31/05/2021
From the layby along road, farmers track, field edges and 1 wall to the top.robertphillips19/07/2020
Weather fair.MountainMac08/09/2018
Fortunately on my visit the field had not yet been ploughed and consisted of stubble.hill walker12/01/2018
As others, from layby and edges of fields of peas.Minto22/07/2017
From distant layby then up field edgesColin Crawford07/05/2017
From the lay-by and across the fields and dykes.Play2End01/11/2016
P on road SW of Hillbarns drive. Gate from road midway of summit field. No sign of tumulus or Mote.chrisbien20/02/2016
Lindsay M26/12/2017
Rod M26/12/2017
Janet M26/12/2017
Tony S17/11/2016