Name:Barony Hill
Hill number:14330
Height:201m / 659ft
Parent (Ma):1945  Snaefell
SMC/RHB Section:29: Isle of Man
County/UA:Isle of Man
Island:Isle of Man
Topographical area:XM01 Isle of Man
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:SC462873 (est)
Drop:38m
Col:163m  SC456873  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 95
(1:25k) IoM OL
Comments:col height from Harvey
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 9 users)ByDate of Ascent
From south end of north section of loop road. Through one gate and over one wall by line of trees. Domed grassy summit. Superb views. Parked at north end of south section by railway sidings.Denise 29/09/2022
RichardM29/09/2022
Roadside parking and field gate just into the Glen Mona loop road (SC 45618 87565). Followed wall up, through another gate, then diagonally SE to wall corner, over that then into what seemed common land.jonglew28/09/2022
chalky195301/09/2019
8th tump of 11 on a 43km circular from Ballure, climbing North Barrule, Beinn Reinn, Claugh Ouyr, Slieau Managh, Snaefell, Slieau Lhean and Slieau Ouyr, descending over Slieau Ruy, then following Southern side of the upper reaches of Glen Dhoon, with a brief foray in the glen before dropping down to the road and then the proper entrance to the Glen, dropping down all the way to the cove at Dhoon Bay. I then scrambled up the broken rock face before encountering some hideous gorse with no seemingly possible way through. It was a case of prising open the gorse jaws and squeezing through. Eventually I arrived at a heathery field and on the other side was a herd of cattle that allowed me passage but just until I marked the summit at 210m @ SC 46177 87345 continuing on but then having to run to prevent the herd from crowding around me. I headed N then descended Nw to drop onto a minor lane to head over to Cashtal Yn Ard and then into Ballaglass Glen heading for Ballajora Hill...Dazingdale21/07/2018
Across the electric tram way and up field from the westvegibagger26/07/2016
From W via fields/barbed wire/barking dogs.jimbloomer18/04/2013
mae18/04/2013
pasture. from WNW, gates, 1 wall RHW15/05/2010