|Height:||459m / 1506ft|
|Parent (Ma):||461 Glas Maol|
|RHB Section:||07A: Braemar to Montrose|
|Grid ref:||NO 36121 63939|
|Summit feature:||no feature: ground N of fence|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 44|
(1:25k) OL53S 388S
|Observations:||ground 60m SE at NO 36179 63913 (spot height on map) is probably lower|
|GPS data:||show GPS entries for this hill|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 24 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|on the ridge to Hill of Couternach||tallblond||25/01/2020|
|An anti-clockwise circuit of Glen Cally from the Cotgibbon Plantation. Stone tracks or ATV tracks all the way made this a quick walk, taking in The Goal (great name!), Craigs of Lethnot, Hill of Couternach, Hill of Balbae and Cairn Leith before heading onto the western slopes of Knachly and Hill of Spot then back to the road and car. 3.40hrs in all.||summitter||28/12/2019|
|parked on grass verge next to gate at 354635 the goal, craigs of lethnot, hill of couternach, hill of spott, knachly, balnaboth craig, down to track and picked up bike from the hostel for cycle back to the car.||robertphillips||15/12/2019|
|Solo. A circular walk down Glen Clova to Cortachy whilst the weather improved and then a walk back along the 'Rollercoaster Ridge'.||meltdiceburg||16/08/2019|
|Final hill on a clockwise circuit of Glen Cally.||hill walker||23/02/2019|
|P start of track through Cotgibbon Plantation. A lot of trees felled. Track all the way to a flattish summit area. Later visited a memorial to Edward Wilson who stayed in the area for a while and was visited by Scott.||chrisbien||13/01/2018|
|No sign of a keeper.||Martin R||25/10/2017|
|Straightforward ascent from the south. There is forestry work going on in the plantation, but not on this day.||JohnW||26/10/2016|
|Two posts on the summit but no sign of the keeper.||alda||29/02/2016|
|see hill of couternach.||hils||19/02/2016|