Name:Kirkbride Hill
Hill number:13569
Height:170m / 558ft
Parent (Ma):1728  Pibble Hill
SMC/RHB Section:27B: Carrick and Galloway
County/UA:Dumfries and Galloway
Topographical area:SS04 Merrick-fleet
Catchment:Fleet (Gatehouse)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:NX 56521 56704
Summit feature:rocks
Drop:30m
Col:140m  NX567569  
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 11 users)ByDate of Ascent
track from the west.robertphillips01/01/2023
Roadside verge parking (NX 5599 5653). Farm track initially, then peeled off to visit the 167m apot height first.jonglew10/02/2021
As part of the circuit to Kenlum Hill from Old Anwoth Kirk.Slightly Mad05/01/2021
7 of 11Dazingdale15/10/2018
Easy pasture ascent from tight parking on the road to the westColin Crawford30/08/2018
From wsw, track, old mossy cairn, Ardwall Island still not joined to mainland...RHW24/03/2018
From Kenlum Hill along heathery ridge via Ardwall Hill, gets easier from Ardwall Hill. Very little evidence 'on the ground' of track from Kings Laggan to Killern though I have to admit it was dark.RichardM10/02/2017
undulating rough grass/ bog to mossy cairnDenise 10/02/2017
Because it was there and the weather cleared after a Kenlum drowning.Martin R13/12/2013
Matt20/04/2023
Dave Geere08/04/2019