Name:Eldrig Fell
Hill number:13456
Height:227m / 745ft
Parent (Ma):1725  Beneraird
SMC/RHB Section:27B: Carrick and Galloway
County/UA:Dumfries and Galloway
Topographical area:SS05 Beneraird-cairn
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:NX 25246 68710
Summit feature:large pile of stones
Col:175m  NX255694  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 82
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 5 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked on farm track ~400m NE of the hill; excellent tarmac'd wind farm road to edge of mapped forest (NX 2628 6832) after which a poor farm road.jonglew15/08/2021
Biked up the windfarm road and track to near the top from the minor road.robertphillips20/04/2021
Good windfarm road from the south then continue along old track. Good cairn at summit.Adrian24/03/2018
1st ever log for this hill!! 9th hill of ten today on an epic alternative Southern Upland Way route from Castle Kennedy to Bargrennan via Craig Fell,Cruise Black Fell,Gleniron Fell,Bught Fell, Larig Fell,Drumpail Fell,Balmurrie and Artfield Fell's then dropping down on a bearing to a forest ride leading NE to the Tarf Water. I followed this upstream for about 200m where there were small grassy islands and virtually the only place I Could get across. I threw my rucksack across and then jumped from three different turfy islands before following a burn tributary and forest ride NE emerging at a forest track complete with abandoned caravan The forest had been clear-felled so it was easier just climbing up to the cairned summit from here.Lovely wild aspect with Eldrig loch below to the North. I descended to the track but then struggled to pass the Gall Moss Moss of Dirneak falling over several times. I tried following sheep routes and that helped a bit. I was heading for a forest ride atDazingdale07/05/2015
Dave Geere29/06/2021