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Name:Deuchary Hill West Top
Hill number:8311
Height:450m / 1476ft
Parent (Ma):453  Deuchary Hill
RHB Section:06B: Pitlochry to Braemar and Blairgowrie
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Catchment:Tay
Class:Tump (400-499m)
(Tu,4)
Grid ref:NO 02988 48310
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:33m
Col:417m  NO030483  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 52 53
(1:25k) 379E
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 14 users)ByDate of Ascent
From A923 car park at NE End of Loch of Craiglush, up lovely track to Mill Dam and along east shore to highest point on the track to Loch Oldie. Animal tracks through heather and woodland eventually get you to the summit. A quite glorious location.summitter31/03/2019
Cycled from Dunkeld Cally CP to Mill Dam then round of Deuchary W, Conlan, Craig More and Kil Craigs. Rough track leads NW from bend in path to Butterstone but the last part was very steep over rough ground with long haether and young pines.Topographer5709/02/2018
Solo. From car park at NO022437 to the north of Dunkeld. After ascending Crieff Hill returned almost to car park before following tracks through or near forest past Upper Hatton and Mill Dam. At sharp bend in track at NO036479 pleased to find a track going NW, not shown on OS 1:25,000 map. Followed this track, becoming a path, before leaving it and following deer tracks where possible through thick heather to the summit of Deuchary Hill West Top. Continued to Deuchary Hill itself. Nice dry and sunny weather.pwbellarby20/08/2017
With Janet & Rod. Parked at corner NE of Guay (NO006495) & followed path & tracks to NW tip of Lochan na Beinne. Animal tracks helped progress round north side of initial undulation then short, steep final ascent. Searched for Alda's camera (see previous post) & Rod found it to SE of summit.Lindsay M06/04/2015
Pleasant open summit with views, path to col from south-east then ok route up, lost camera somewhere in summit areaalda22/03/2015
Traversed west to east.brandybordeaux26/09/2014
MC and OMartin6623/03/2012
richtea504026/10/2018
chalky195317/10/2018
Rannoch_Monkey05/08/2018
Rod M06/04/2015
Janet M06/04/2015
Martin R28/12/2011
john steel07/11/2004