Region: Glasgow, Ayrshire and Lanark
Altitude: 593 metres
Cairn Table rises southeast of Muirkirk. It is topped with a huge cairn, triangulation pillar and view indicator. The large cairn was built in 1920 as a memorial to the local men and women who were killed or served in the Great War. Further east are the remains of two prehistoric cairns.
There are 421 Walkhighlanders who have climbed Cairn Table. They have contributed 15 public walk reports including this summit. These are ordered below with the most popular ones first. The rightmost column shows how many summits were included in their report, which may help you to find the most relevant reports.
|Walking with ghosts: In memory of Jimmy Marshall (1914-2012)||Graeme D||03/07/2014||20||S2|
|The Cairn Table Loop||Chris Mac||05/07/2015||3||S1|
|A wee jaunt up Cairn Table (Muirkirk)||Johnny Corbett||05/12/2012||3||S1|
|Great War Memorials, Picts and Druids||tookiebunten||15/07/2011||3||S1|
|Clearing the Table before the rain||superstar_tradesman||10/07/2016||2||S1|
|Cairn Table, Stony Hill and a Tump too far||Chris Mac||26/10/2019||1||S1|
|2 easy hills, then we were bitten on the bottom||Fife Flyer||23/07/2019||1||S3|
|East Ayrshire Duo||iainR||13/04/2019||1||S2|
|Surfacing issues on Cairn Table||denfinella||20/03/2016||1||S1|
|My 2011 - Part One||Scotsman2012||31/12/2011||1||M3C1S2|
|Not one for a wet day||nordika23||06/06/2016||0||S1|
|Cairn Table||rob munbett||19/08/2013||0||S1|