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A swift shimmy up Lendrick Hill

A swift shimmy up Lendrick Hill

Postby Graeme D » Wed Apr 07, 2010 3:21 pm

Sub 2000' hills included on this walk: Lendrick Hill

Date walked: 07/04/2010

Time taken: 1 hours

Distance: 2 km

Ascent: 280m

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Nice day today after two miserable days of grey skies, **** rain and strong winds.

Decided to head down to Tiso store at Blackford and kill two birds with one stone by taking the dog for a decent walk en route. Detoured along Glen Devon and scooted up the 456 metre Lendrick Hill.

Parked on the B934 heading for Dunning, just past the back of the Castllehill Reservoir dam wall. Initial steep slopes soon gave way to more gentle aspects leading up to the summit cairn and nearby trig point. Fine views especially to south and east. Minimal bog factor too which was a real bonus! :)

Momentarily thought about continuing over to Innerdouny Hill via Mellock Hill but decided to leave that for another half day filler sometime.

Castlehill Reservoir dam from the B934

Seamab Hill

Easter Downhill

Wind farms on Steele's Knowe and Green Law

Summit cairn and trig point beyond

Forth Valley - Grangemouth and Longannet just visible to left of trig pillar

North to Mellock Hill and Innerdouny Hill beyond

East to Loch Leven, Bishop Hill and the Lomonds

The route back down
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