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Cairnpapple Hill is just north of Bathgate. It is a fascinating prehistoric site, with a henge and a cairn (which you can descend into via a ladder), though the true summit is slightly to the south of both.
Region: Lothian and Edinburgh
Altitude: 312 metres
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Users' walk reports for Cairnpapple Hill
There are 649 Walkhighlanders who have climbed Cairnpapple Hill. They have contributed 8 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.
|Walk report||Author||Date walked||Likes||Hills|
|Bright ideas during COVID||CallumGirdwood||09/10/20||12||S1|
|The Marilyn with the Least Ascent?||weaselmaster||15/03/20||5||S7|
|West Lothian Wander||ScottishLeaf||11/04/12||5||S1|
|Cairnpapple - Punctures, Headwinds and Sunsets||Jaxter||19/09/19||2||S1|
|The Curious Cows of Cairnpapple Hill||Chris Mac||25/09/17||1||S1|
|Cockleroy, Cairnpapple and the bad cows||nigheandonn||16/07/13||1||S1|
|From the Big Apple to Cairnpapple||superstar_tradesman||31/01/16||0||S1|
|Linlithgow to Bathgate||dunrig||26/09/13||0||S1|