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Hill number:11721
Height:200.4m / 657ft
Parent (Ma):1524  Brimmond Hill
RHB Section:21B: Fraserburgh to the Dee Valley
County/UA:Aberdeen (UA)
Catchment:Dee (Aberdeen), Catchment Boundaries, Don (Aberdeen)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:NJ 85493 07387
Summit feature:no feature: gorse and broom
Col:168.4m  NJ 8580 0790  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 38
(1:25k) 406E
Observations:pasture 150m N at NJ 85471 07531 is 0.5m lower
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 22 users)ByDate of Ascent
From SW. Round and round but eventually reached the top. Back down W through fields.chrisbien23/02/2020
With wee bro, bit of a bash through gorse from SWPDuncan8215/12/2019
Parked car down near a track behind a house. Started walking up the track came to a lot of gorse jumped fence and went up the side of it to go through a field where there was the cairn.with big broMikeyd190315/12/2019
Old summit in pasture by cairn.....govanah04/12/2019
Annapurna like, the south face route proved too impossible for mere mortals such as me. No seracs, or crevasses but impenetrable gorse and broom, and electric fences which gave me a burning zap even through the insulating rubber. Retreated to use the voie normale up the SW overgrown track. Summit location looked - questionable. Visited the possible contender 150m S in the rough broom and gorse over two walls and hidden by a screen of trees from given grid ref in pasture by cairn. Supported by larger 200m ring contour on OS Maps - confirmed as new summit location a week later thanks to Lidar use by the hb Editors.Chris Pearson29/10/2019
From 90deg bend in road (NJ 8515 0740) - direct line to top, stone wall to negotiate just before summit field.jonglew27/10/2019
Parked on road to w. Up through pasture and over electric fence ( switched off). Extremely frisky herd of 30 bullocks stampeding around field adjoining summit. Nipped over wall sharply!Campbell Singer05/05/2019
Remember thinking the old summit wasn't the highest point and visiting same area as Chris so still considering this as ticked.Dave McG18/03/2019
Second in a cycle round of 4 tumps from Tillyoch E.C. Up from WSW as everybody else. Two wooden gates to climb. No barbed wire in sight. Cattle in field at summit.Minto15/10/2017
From bend in road at Longcairn. A few barbed wire fences to cross. Cattle in the fields.hill walker03/09/2017
From WSW, track, pasture. Unsure if cairn is ancient or modern; is a bit below natural HP in pastureRHW27/03/2016
Walked up from the WSW to wood then ancient cairn surrounded by pasture.Dugswell222/10/2015
14.19 with views of Brimmond hill, the sunshine and calm has given way to a stiff cold breeze and the expected rain blowing in from the west is falling as flakes of snow and hail starting now. Brrrrrvegibagger24/03/2015
Alex C22/06/2019
andrew brown21/12/2017