Name:St Arnold's Seat
Hill number:6146
Height:507m / 1663ft
Section:07B: Braemar to Montrose
Col:467m  NO423654  

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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
-2044728/10/2012NO 42719 64351  F: centreline of unpaved roadRHW
65828/10/2012NO 42719 64351  F: Centreline of unpaved roadRHW

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 16 users)ByDate of Ascent
Auld darkney, st arnold seat, conlawer hill, from parking at redheugh 100m before end of road at gate near large beech tree.robertphillips26/02/2020
From Redheugh on a road all the way to the top bwo the big cairn. The road shown on the 25000 map ending at the far end of the trees at NO 43482 63750 now goes to the top.Alan Moore26/07/2018
1st hill in 8 months. 3.5 hours walking. Back sore after on descent and hard work getting back to car. Car parked just up from HornieHaugh Steading nr an old cottage.Kenspot07/05/2018
From Auld Darkney, partly on substantial tracks and straightforward enough otherwise.Lindsay M28/01/2018
On the way to from Redheugh to Auld Darkney.Topographer5708/11/2017
Best feature of this hill is the cairn at the south east end.JohnW01/08/2017
From Glenmoy and on mostly tracks via Naked Tam. Visited massive cairn.Windy Corner09/04/2017
Good track from Glen Ogil, not too much ice or snow, thick mist. Naked Tam would be a better name.alda25/01/2015
From Redheugh via Auld Darkney: some tussox en route but fairly easy walking RHW28/10/2012
hill walker31/12/2019
Tony S12/03/2010