Name:Struther's Brae
Hill number:7233
Height:540m / 1772ft
Section:27C: The Glenkens to Annandale
Col:501m  NS615051  

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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1031426/09/2015NS 61560 05568  F: no feature
O: immediately W of quad track
2624923/01/2019NS 61559 05568  F: no feature: ground 10m NW of Turbine No.3
O: The ground surrounding the turbine is bare; no grass. However, the high point remains at the same location.
-2078623/04/2012NS 61558 05567  F: no feature: grass near trackchrisbien
19823/04/2012NS 61558 05567  F: Grass near trackchrisbien

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 23 users)ByDate of Ascent
5th and last of the day. Wind farm tracks have ruined this once wilderness. Future generations will look at these landscapes the same as we currently do when in old mining areas. Back to the car park at the water works. Solo.bolton05/05/2019
Round of Craigbranreoch, Cannock, Black Hill, Struther's Brae and Yarngallows Knowe. Easy through the industrial estate to turbine 3. Great views of reservoir through the turbine blades.Thearlaichdubh12/04/2019
Parked in front of large green prefab in Craigdarroch at 632064 (OK with farmer) - N. up road for 300m or so to start of wind farm track - Along track to remains of a small wooden hut at 625057 & then up over tussock, partly along ATV track, to the most southerly turbine No.1 - Followed track to summit which lies alongside Turbine No.3. Continued to Black Hill & Windy Standard. (S)gerrybowes23/01/2019
Loop of Glen Afton from water works (car park closed but plenty room) taking in Black Hill, Struther's Brae, Windy Standard, Alhang, Alwhat, Meikledodd Hill, Blacklorg Hill, Cannock Hill and Craigbraneoch Hill. Excellent walking though lots of new wind farm stuff (restricted currently as construction site).SS14/07/2018
An evening bonus summit after a circuit of the tops around Windy Standard. Drove from Afton CP to a pull in on the wind farm track leaving the Afton Water road a mile or so North. A haul up the hillside, past turbines and through patches of churned peat was recompensed by a deep red and gold sunset just as I reached the turbine top of Struther's Brae.Nick Down124/03/2018
Summit replaced with a turbine and hardstandingcjo29/10/2017
Windfarm being introduced on this ridge from here South West to join up with Windy Standard.Anton12/07/2017
From Struther's Brae. Part of an 11 summit clockwise circuit of Glen Afton. On to Yarngallows Knowe.Minto05/06/2016
Acw round struthers brae, black hill, jedburgh knees, windy standard, trostan hill, dugland,keoch rig, millaneoch hill, wedder hill,cannock hill, craigbraneoch hill, from afton water works.robertphillips27/12/2015
Along fenceline from Yarngallows Knowe.agentmancuso26/09/2015
Craigbraneoch - Cannock - Black - Struther'schrisbien23/04/2012
dullish summit; fine view N. from tk to E RHW25/08/2003
carole engel12/09/2016
Steve Q28/12/2014
Dave Geere23/09/2013
Colin Crawford20/05/2012
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