Name:Albion Park
Hill number:12998
Height:169m / 554ft
Parent (Ma):1669  Dumglow
SMC/RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
Topographical area:SC02 Cleuch-largo
Catchment:Leven (Leven)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:NT188929 (est)
Col:133m  NT177928  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 58
(1:25k) 367E
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 42 users)ByDate of Ascent
Bagged on the way past in the car, not the nicest hill in the land. With Mikey, Hannah, Erin and Luna the dug.Blair51231/03/2024
The Hawthorns, home of West Bromwich Albion, is the highest professional football ground in the UK at 552ft. This Albion Park is 2ft higher! so come on Lochgelly Albert ... a new high needs to be established ... only five league promotions to go.summitter21/11/2023
Just a drive by...Play2End03/11/2023
Weather fair.MountainMac14/10/2023
This is a first for me walking around a football pitch to make sure I picked up the HPAndrew Simmons15/06/2023
Friendly staff. Part of extended cycle round Loch Leven. Nipped up onto W terrace from the entrance off South Street.Lynnebe18/05/2023
DrivebyNicky C06/03/2021
sair feet22/02/2021
All closed up but wandered around for a bit. Not the most inspiring of hill visits !Fife Walking21/02/2021
The Fife Flyer30/01/2021
Wandered around the area of the ground which was closed due to Covid.NormanW22/10/2020
Gate into the football ground was open so wandered in and up the west terracing. Beautifully manicured grass all round.Jubilado19/08/2020
Car park seeing some construction activity but accessible. Usual route round to get onto the grassy terrace. No posts up, pitch newly mown.fasgadh09/11/2019
From South Street, small fences and hawthorn around the SW corner of football ground and up onto the embankment on its west side.Topographer5705/11/2019
First ever TuMP in a soccer stadium. The western terrace is more natural than many bings. It is easy enough to go round to the south and cross 3 80cm barbed wire fences and get to the hp without too much difficulty.Thearlaichdubh28/10/2018
The car park for the tick, the football ground for the view. The car park is freely accessible: to avoid trespassing in the ground,the most sensible thing to do would be to time the visit for a match day (see Lochgelly Albert website).Pete R20/01/2018
Lindsay M26/11/2017
Rod M26/11/2017
parked at football ground, over fence to west terrace hp.robertphillips18/03/2017
No idea where the top is but the grassy terraces inside the football ground are certainly higherColin Crawford29/01/2017
Lorry park, covered resr, all modified ground, natural hp location unclear. Last hill of the Weem meet, finishing on a high!RHW14/11/2016
As Play2End.chrisbien26/03/2016
The highest point is the west end terracing of the football park, not the lorry park. Access via public path and fence!Play2End30/12/2014
Lorry park by water tower.Adrian01/01/2000
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