|Height:||377m / 1237ft|
|Parent (Ma):||507 Kerloch|
|RHB Section:||07B: Braemar to Montrose|
|Catchment:||Dee (Aberdeen), Catchment Boundaries|
|Class:||Hump, Tump (300-399m), Yeaman|
|Grid ref:||NO 73328 87812|
|Summit feature:||no feature|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 45|
|GPS data:||show GPS entries for this hill|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 28 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Solo. Parked at the car park near Spyhill Cottage on the Slug Road (A957). Along forest tracks to Monluth Hill, only a very small part being off-track. Back same way. Open views initially as forest has been felled; itís been replanted, though. Bright and sunny.||pwbellarby||19/03/2020|
|Good forest roads allowed for parking at NO 7295 8687, only final 400m a bit rough. Good track almost all the way to the top from there. Gate was locked on the return, fortunately situation quickly remidied without tears!||jonglew||24/10/2019|
|4 hr+ morning walk there and back with L from our housesit to N, largely on good forest paths and tracks. Unlikely as it seems, lying underground along the summit ridge, and marked by warning posts against digging, are two of the five high pressure gas pipelines distributing North Sea Gas from the St Fergus terminal nr. Peterhead to the rest of the UK.The gas moves at @25mph and pressured to between 48 -60 bars -so not something you would want to dig into. Compressor stations are provided at 40 mile intervals; each compresses the gas from about 48 bar at 5 °C to 65 bar at 45 °C. The next station south being near Kirriemuir.||Chris Pearson||27/08/2019|
|10 mile run from the parking at Hill of Quithel, Monluth and Leachie||nix_snilloc||30/06/2019|
|From the windfarm to the SW over rough heathery ground. Then down NW through the trees to a forest road.||Alan Moore||24/07/2018|
|Out for a walk with Kasi its great when my day off coincides with nice weather.||LizzieG||24/03/2017|
|From NO7618391623||hill walker||01/01/2014|
|NO 73328 87812, 370m, heather bump, deep-heather summit area. drove in (from NO791893) then walked track NW then NE||RHW||13/11/2010|