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Name:Ladylea Hill
Hill number:1497
Height:609.1m / 1998ft
Section:21A: Tomintoul to Banff
County/UA:Aberdeenshire (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Highland Five, Deleted Graham
Grid ref:NJ 34303 16793
Summit feature:ground by cairn
Col:408.2m  NJ 3360 1737  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 37
(1:25k) OL62W 420W
Survey:Leica NA730/Leica RX1250/Leica GS15
Surveys of Corwharn and Ladylea Hill.pdf
Comments:Demoted from Graham to Highland Five in November 2014
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GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 132 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Weather fair.MountainMac15/11/2016
Parked at the quarry at 335176. The return was just over an hour but although the path through the forest starting at 338177 is quite good the tree branches have taken over. There is a man made gap in the deer fence as you emerge the forest. Solo.bolton09/02/2016
There is some debate over whether this is a Graham; I learned this the day before I did it but climbed it anyway. Nice views.IanHHill11/06/2015
self (was a Graham)davidsbatty25/05/2015
Was a Graham when doneduchally25/10/2014
From old quarry at 336176. The hill is now planted and protected by a high fence with rabbit netting. Simplest to follow heavy duty track to 338177 and turn right towards a gate and stile. Direct shortcuts are possible, including continuing south instead of round hairpin bend. I tried this, climbed the fence at a corner, concluded that it was not worth the time saved and returned via the gate, tracks and a narrow tree break.Viewfinder05/10/2014
2nd graham today, up north on 3 day graham bagging trip.robertphillips04/07/2014
W Jenx from car park described by Martin. When following track go further than the old ride encountered (overgrown) as we did. Lead to top but deer fence to cross. Nice new mixed woodland plantings. Came back through gate and minor track to large cleared space on main track.nordicstar02/06/2014
Solo tripInvicta1418/04/2014
From NJ 33586 17600 followed obvious forest road to junction and then up an older track to gate and across moor (but soon to be planted with trees by the look of things). Obvious top. Couldn't be bothered to go for nearby Hump but looked an easy enough yomp over the moor.Martin R26/11/2012
Followed track and path to ascend by north ridge.JohnW01/05/2010
Easiest hill possible. Walked after Mona Gowan. Parked just beyond Invernettie Farm track end, at passing area opposite Lost Gallery junction. From there simple matter of crossing field, walking uphill past shooting butts and up to summit over easy heathealasdaircairns19/02/2009
Solo. From the minor road towards Glen Buchat at a notice board about Glenbuchat Wood North. On a forest road, first south and then north round the north ridge of Ladylea Hill. Followed a lesser track up the ridge, at first through forest and then through open moorland to the summit. Descended more directly down to the road.pwbellarby16/02/2008
Solo Uisdean2519/10/2007
parked car at the junction before Torrancroy cottages and headed straight up the hill beside some grouse butts, very simple and straightforward but it has good views into the Ladder Hills.torkm13/05/2006
High cloud, clear, mild, good views.iangalbraith08/06/2005
Parked beyond Invernettie. Over gate across grass field with sheep steeply uphill over wire fence thru heather on narrow paths past butts. Tiring tramp over heather to final dome heather carpeted top at 16.40.arranc13/06/2004
while Michelle and Jamie relaxed down in the valleyvegibagger02/06/2000
fairly ordinary heathery hill & view. from rd fork 338158 nr Torrancroy RHW18/03/2000
Afternoon run up and down from the road.Eddie12/12/1998
elma spencer28/02/2016
Johnny Corbett20/10/2014
ancient brit04/05/2013
Emma and Simon27/02/2012
hill walker30/10/2011