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Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose Area , Campsie Fells Subarea
Feature count in area: 120, by county: : 114, Fife (CoH) Fife (CoA) Fife (UA): 1, North Lanarkshire (UA): 1, West Dunbartonshire (UA): 1, East Dunbartonshire (UA): 1, Clackmannanshire (CoH) Clackmannanshire: 1, Kinross-shire (CoH): 1,
Highest Place: Ben Cleuch 721m

Starting Places in area Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose:

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Summits & other features in area Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose:
Auchterhouse Hill 424m, Benarty Hill 356m, Bishop Hill 461m, Black Hill 213m, Cairnie Hill 228.8m, Cowden Hill 204m, Craigowl Hill 455m, Cromlet 407m, Culteuchar Hill 313m, Dumglow 379m, Dunnichen Hill 233m, East Lomond 448m, Fothringham Hill 254m, Gask Hill 358m, King's Seat 377m, Kirkton Hill 182m, Knock Hill 364m, Knockour Hill - Mount Misery 176m, Largo Law 290m, Lucklaw Hill 190m, Lumbennie Hill 284m, Lundie Craigs 353m, Moncreiffe Hill 223m, Mount Hill 221m, Murrayshall Hill 283.6m, Norman's Law 285m, Ormiston Hill [Black Cairn Hill] 236m, Pole Hill 288m, Saline Hill 359m, Turin Hill 252m, West Lomond 522m
Campsie Fells: Allanrowie 493m, Allanrowie East Top 488m, Auchineden Hill 357m, Cairnoch Hill 413m, Carleatheran 485m, Clachertyfarlie Knowes 547m, Cort-ma Law East Top 526m, Dumbreck 508m, Dumfoyn 426m, Dumgoyne 427m, Duncolm 401m, Dundaff Hill 352m, Dungoil 424m, Earl's Hill 441m, Earl's Seat 578m, Fynloch Hill 400m, Garrel Hill 459m, Hart Hill 437m, Holehead 552m, Kailrine Hill 491m, Lecket Hill 547m, Little Bin 443m, Meikle Bin 570m, Owsen Hill 504m, Slackdhu 496m, Stronend 511m, Tomtain 453m
Glen Artney Hills: Beinn nan Eun 631m, Beinn Odhar 626m, Ben Clach 533m, Cnoc nan Oighreag 495m, Meall a'Choire Odhair 357m, Meall Clachach 618.9m, Meall Coire Nochd Mor 497m, Meall Leathan Dhail 484m, Torlum 393m, Uamh Bheag 665.6m, Uamh Bheag East Top 663.4m
Ochil Hills: Andrew Gannel Hill 670m, Bald Hill 500.1m, Beld Hill 412m, Ben Buck NE Top [Burnfoot Hill] 583m, Ben Cleuch 721m, Ben Ever 622m, Ben Shee 516m, Ben Thrush 456m, Bengengie Hill 565m, Big Hunt Hill 520m, Black Creich Hill 443m, Blairdenon Hill 631m, Brown Hill 419m, Burnt Hill 405m, Cairnmorris Hill 606m, Carmodle 408m, Cock Law 408m, Colsnaur Hill 553m, Commonedge Hill 468m, Corb Law 475m, Core Hill 542m, Craig Rossie 410m, Craigentaggert Hill 493m, Craighorn 583m, Down Hill 361m, Dumyat 418m, East Craigs 473m, Elistoun Hill 497m, Glentye Hill 481m, Greenforet Hill 616m, Hillfoot Hill 442m, Innerdouny Hill 497m, Innerdownie 610m, John's Hill 483m, Kidlaw Hill 510m, King's Seat Hill 648m, Lamb Hill 422m, Lendrick Hill 456m, Mellock Hill 479m, Mid Cairn [Craig Leith] 542m, Middle Hill 556m, Rowantree Craig 474m, Sim's Hill 483m, Skythorn Hill 601m, Steele's Knowe 485m, Tarmangie Hill 645m, The Law 638m, The Law 404m, The Nebit 449m, Wether Hill 503m, Whitewisp Hill 643m

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Dumgoyne, 427m Hill
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Grid Reference NS54100 82700, OS 1:50k mapsheet 57 64
Place visited by: 5 members, recently by: Pepe, trostanite, Fergalh, IainT, chalky
I visited this place: NO (You need to be a logged-in member for this.)
Longitude: -4.341992, Latitude: 56.014941, Easting: 254100, Northing: 682700, Prominence: 83m,  Isolation: 0.5km
ITM: 828046 1035949

  Short or GPS IDs, 6 char: Dmgyn, 10 char: Dumgoyne

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Picture: Loch Lomond from Dumgoyne - Ben Lomond is visible over the top of the trig
The Lure of a Distillery
by Pepe 26 Sep 2022
The X10 bus from Glasgow stops at the distillery gates mentioned by Fergal, making this a handy option if you're carless in Scotland. When you've crossed the field and find yourself at the place of two stiles do not take the obvious central trail up. Take the fainter trail on your left - it's a gentler gradient.
About 80% of the way to the top there's a junction of paths. A fellow walker advised me not to take the direct route up. "It's too severe," he said. "Take the track to the right around the side and up."
Good advice because Dumgoyne does Steepness with a capital S. Up top I considered tackling a few more steepnesses to nearby hills, but as I sat at the summit delicious aromas wafted up from the distillery below - that made my mind up what to do next. Linkback:
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by Pepe 26 Sep 2022
Interesting sign on way up Dumgoyne Linkback:
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Picture: Drumgoyne from Garlech Hill
Looks like Slemish !
by Fergalh 11 Mar 2021
This area is mainly short grass and lots of tracks so easy to climb and wander around Linkback:
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Picture: Me at summit
Short trek to summit
by Fergalh 11 Mar 2021
On the A81 Parked on minor Road just past Dumgoyne Distillery. Followed road up to T junction than took track for Dumgoyne which is a splendid Hill. A short steep climb up rounded top leads to a a summit marked with a large standing stone. Linkback:
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