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Name:Sneugans
Hill number:11977
Height:87m / 285ft
Parent (Ma):none
RHB Section:22: Shetland Islands
County/UA:Shetland Islands (UA)
Island:Whalsay
Maritime area:Shetland - East
Class:Tump (0-99m)
(Tu,0)
Grid ref:HU 55140 63333
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:50m
Col:37m  HU554624  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 2
(1:25k) 468
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 16 users)ByDate of Ascent
From SWvegibagger23/06/2019
On a wet morning, I was glad that others had resolved the summit location; I had no wish to plod over the multiple 80m contour rings in the poor conditionsColin Crawford20/06/2019
From Hamister, SE summit first, c4m lower by hand level, middle summit highest, hand level has Setter Hill 1-2m lower; 90co Huxter Hill also lower.RHW15/06/2019
With Rich T n RHWAdrian15/06/2019
Asked at second last house if Icould Park for 30 minutes. Lady was happy to help. Then lady in farm was also helpful , letting me into field behindhouse. Gentle grassy walk. Up and down in 20 minutes.Campbell Singer11/06/2019
From the road end at Hamister, straight on past the farm through a wooden gate onto a track, sharp bend left to another gate and up the field along the drain and then the fence, which gives easy grassy going compared with the heather across the fence. Over the top fence at a wooden section and there’s the top, grassy, with views across the plateau to the other bumpy tops, all heathery and rough except for Setter Hill which is grassier and pointier. Rain started and then became torrential as we descended, jog back to the car.Gill26/08/2018
From end of the road at Hamister. the 2 other 80m ring contours to the NNE and SE looked lower; Setter Hill to the NW looked possibly higher. Drove round and nipped up it from the NW, GPS gave me an identical reading at 87m - a twin top tump?jonglew26/08/2018
boggy windy peat and heatherDenise 26/04/2016
Heather moorland, high point HU 55319 63374 90mRichardM26/04/2016
Bagged with Tricky Speirs.Dugswell201/06/2013
Symbister circular. Setter Hill looked as though it may be higher (insufficient time to visit & assess).Smudge28/05/2013
richtea504015/06/2019
jimbloomer08/07/2018
mae08/07/2018
Tricky01/06/2013
chalky195330/05/2013