Name:Clauchrie Hill
Hill number:13414
Height:259.7m / 852ft
Parent (Ma):1746  Ballencleuch Law
SMC/RHB Section:27C: The Glenkens to Annandale
County/UA:Dumfries and Galloway
Topographical area:SS02 Lowther-tinto
Grid ref:NX 92564 89718
Summit feature:no feature
Col:230.4m  NX 9281 9001  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 78
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Observations:flat forested area
Comments:Tump deleted July 2020
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 7 users)ByDate of Ascent
Auchencairn height, auchengeith hill, clauchrie hill from track entrance at 9209 9085robertphillips22/04/2021
From Auchencairn Height. Good forest road to NX 9310 8986, after which easy clear fell to negotiate, across narrow stream and up through well-spaced mature conifers. Return to Auchencairn Farm interesting negotiating steep rough breaks to meet a wide brand new forest road at NX 9218 8998, whence signed FP back to the car. A surprisingly pleasant 6km round for these 2 awkward hills.jonglew23/01/2021
Parking on at start of track to Clauchrie. Forest road almost to the top. Pretty flat area.chrisbien30/03/2018
From westerly direction via Clauchrie farm along forest trails. Summit in mature trees. Easy access on logging route created during thinning operstionscjo20/05/2017
Done after Shield Hill, finding fairly easy ways up through the trees. Summit area all mature trees so not hard to locate high point, which seemed to be in a logging track close to a fallen tree,Colin Crawford20/01/2016
Steve Q24/12/2017
Dave Geere26/11/2017