Hill of Garvock
Photo ©David Milbank
Altitude: 277 metres
The Hill of Garvock is a low ridge which seperates the farmland of the Mearns from the North Sea. It is topped by the Tower of Johnston, a fine folly.
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There are 176 Walkhighlanders who have climbed Hill of Garvock. They have contributed 6 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.
|The Marilyn with the Least Ascent?||weaselmaster||15/03/2020||4||S7|
|The Johnston Tower and sub-zero Strathfinella||McMole||03/01/2019||2||S2|
|Big Country, very small hill!||Graeme D||14/12/2014||2||S1|
|Valentines day with two Marilyns - by Gordon Cooper||Gordon Ballantyne||14/02/2017||1||S2|
|Hill of Garvock, Turin Hill, Moncreiffe Hill, Knock (Crieff)||foggieclimber||18/02/2010||1||S4|
|Hill of Garvock, and loads of Cows!||The Rodmiester||12/05/2013||0||S1|