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Name:Hilton Hill
Hill number:11822
Height:77.1m / 253ft
Parent (Ma):1519  Hill of Fare
RHB Section:21B: Fraserburgh to the Dee Valley
County/UA:Aberdeen (UA)
Catchment:Dee (Aberdeen)
Grid ref:NO 82444 99224
Summit feature:not recorded
Col:49.7m  NO 8223 9976  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 38 45
(1:25k) 406E
Observations:highest natural ground could be 90m W at NO 82355 99238
Comments:Tump deletion June 2020
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 19 users)ByDate of Ascent
dave g02/05/2020
Parked on the road leading back to culter walked up past the car body shop and took the left up to the steadings at the top nice view.Mikeyd190307/12/2019
A great vantage point to watch the beautiful orange and turquoise sky after a winter sunset - just before darkness closes in, with a blanket of river mist rapidly forming over the silent Dee below. The Romans who had a marching camp up here would no doubt have twitched nervously at the prospect of any river mist rising enough to engulf their overnight camp.Chris Pearson03/12/2019
Final Aberdeen UA tump. Parked just into private road leading to Hilton (NO 8205 9962). At first 90deg bend in road took the field gate and followed field bdy to trig block then due east across pasture to Hilton. Difficult to say where the HP lies, probably at or near the 78m spot height, just inside boundary of the residential complex - looked like a few houses in there.jonglew27/10/2019
Walk in from Peterculter, lovely day, nice views of Clachnaben & Mount BattockPDuncan8211/10/2019
Dave McG29/09/2019
From the minor road to nw. To bend in lane and over gate into pasture summit field. With Gordon.Campbell Singer05/05/2019
Parked on the minor road to NW then ambled up the track to look at the location of the house for sale. Came back down and went into field via gate. Also had a look for the Hilton Heights block.Dugswell213/06/2018
hill walker07/01/2018
andrew brown21/12/2017
From Tillyoch E.C. over Newmill Hill, and Belskavie Tower. Walked up gravel track to steadings at summit. No one around. Return via Deeside Way, former railway track, to Peterculter where there were dozens of walkers partaking in the Kilt Walk.Minto04/06/2017
Level summit area, complex of large buildingsRHW27/03/2016
10.05 am farm and couple of other houses on top. Sunny south facing conservatory ohm front of most southerly house.vegibagger24/03/2015