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Name:Drummond Hill East Top
Hill number:8190
Height:430m / 1411ft
Parent (Ma):177  Drummond Hill
RHB Section:02B: Glen Lyon to Glen Dochart and Loch Tay
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Catchment:Tay
Class:Tump (400-499m)
(Tu,4)
Grid ref:NN 77526 47091
Summit feature:rocky rushy knoll
Drop:81m
Col:349m  NN767465  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 51 52
(1:25k) 379W
Observations:heathery knoll at NN 77432 47217 could be as high
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 19 users)ByDate of Ascent
First snowy hill this winter. Up from Kenmore using the track system. Summit pine woods very enjoyable. My tip for the top is the sharp knoll east of the marshy clearing. An old orienteering map helped. Enjoyable blast down on the bikefasgadh02/03/2020
from ne, mapped tracks n path to mast, rocky rushy knoll in open pinewood S of mast, N summit has a path and a view, heather knoll seemingly the tourist summit. Likely both about same height, not inter-visibleRHW12/11/2016
Three tops on Drummond hill have needed three visits. This one was from car park to north east, straight up though open trees to meet ridge firebreak, then forest road to mast. Summit is on knoll either north or south of the mast.Colin Crawford22/03/2015
Followed tracks from Kenmore car park. Unexpectedly interesting and enjoyable near summit area, full of old gnarled trees and varied undergrowth, bracken varying from bright orange to brown and purple, and a summit view.alda06/12/2014
janetf2129/11/2019
Steve Q05/04/2018
daviemore09/11/2017
richtea504018/06/2017
ajwxyzt18/06/2017
mae15/02/2017
BrianMatthews16/06/2016
chalky195303/11/2015
Lindsay M21/12/2014
Janet M21/12/2014
Rod M21/12/2014
kannegray06/12/2014
russell6125/05/2013
N.Morters03/04/1994
paz195306/05/1988