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Name:Tom Anthon
Hill number:4098
Height:635m / 2083ft
Parent (Ma):444  Morrone
RHB Section:06B: Pitlochry to Braemar and Blairgowrie
County/UA:Aberdeenshire (UA)
Catchment:Dee (Aberdeen)
Class:Simm, Subhump, Graham Top, Yeaman
Grid ref:NO 09838 88125
Summit feature:cairn
Col:538m  NO097877  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 43
(1:25k) OL52N OL58S 387N 404S
Observations:ground 20m S of cairn at NO 09846 88102 may be as high
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 26 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Inverey car park. PM after drive up from Stirling. A very windy day but a straightforward walk, first up track and on to Carn Mor and then across to Tom Anthon and back to car.dickscroop18/02/2019
Lots of muir burn to crunch through. Cairn is probably not the highest point so we wandered around a bit.summitter02/07/2017
Cairn is 30cm lower than vegetated rock 20m to the south.alda06/09/2016
After ascending Carn Mòr. I returned to the cairn at the NW end of the summit area of Carn Mòr and descended down to the col with Tom Anthon, partly down thick heather although there were some areas of muir burn which helped progress. I ascended steeply to reach the summit of Tom Anthon. There is a cairn and ground about 20m south may indeed be as high. I descended west and the SW to reach the end of the substantial track which I had used on the outward route to Carn Mòr and which I followed back to Inverey. It was dry with quite a cold breeze blowing.pwbellarby03/10/2015
Debs and GoskaMountain Goat15/06/2015
Overcast, high cloud, windy tops, good views.iangalbraith11/08/2013
Inverey - Tom Anthon - Carn Mor - Carn na Drochaide - Morrone S Top - Morrone - Glen Cluniechrisbien12/08/2012
Revisit date. First date not recorded. Cairn at NO 09838 88125, 631m GPSr. Heather 20m S of cairn, at NO 09846 88102 might be higher, 633m GPSr. RHW24/09/2011
andrew brown14/12/2016
Tony S30/10/2016
Rod M14/08/2016
Dave Geere11/07/2013
hill walker11/11/2012
Colin Crawford07/08/2009
Gavin Theobald03/08/2009