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Name:Balduff Hill
Hill number:511
Height:425m / 1394ft
Parent (Ma):506  Meall Mor
Section:07A: Braemar to Montrose
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Catchment:Tay
Class:Hump, Tump (400-499m), Submarilyn
(Hu,Tu,4,sMa)
Grid ref:NO224536 (est)
Drop:141m
Col:284m  NO206532  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 53
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 33 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Kilry Hall, Dykehead by Cateran Trail then AWD track by wood, follow fence part way to summit.NormanW12/07/2017
From good parking at Dykehead community hall, following trails inc Caterlan. Stayed in woods rather than cross burn line to far side. Pleasantly deep heather on summit approaches, well so said Bryher the pupnordicstar01/07/2017
From the Reekie Linn car park and along part of the Cateran Trail. A flat heathery summit. An east wind brought cloudy conditions.Windy Corner30/04/2017
Self, Peter and dog, starting on the Cateran Trail at Dykehead.Very fine view.Invicta1413/04/2017
For whom does the Cateran trail cater? Seems to wander without purpose.Martin R12/04/2016
part of cateran trailwendy.calder01/04/2016
From bridlepath 100m S of community centre, NO246537. S on way marked path that goes up alongside forest to pick up private, bulldozed track. Just over the highest point L through sparse trees the heather to the trig. Back over Knaptam Hill.Eddie03/11/2014
Boxing Day walk with Anne Strong wind but OK visibility and viewsDavid Greaves26/12/2011
Ascent from east, parking at Community Hall. Heather covered summit.fasgadh06/03/2011
deep heather;OK summit;parking to E awkward. RHW26/03/2003
iaindbrown17/09/2016
BaggerGutt30/05/2016
alarmingcod12/09/2015
mae16/04/2015
Andrew Simmons08/03/2015
russell6115/05/2014
richtea504025/02/2014
Mudskipper30/11/2013
bjewing06/10/2013
Alan Whatley01/07/2013
Tricky25/04/2011
neilsan20/02/2011
hils02/12/2010
thelonious24/10/2010
Tony S23/07/2010
Lorna S23/07/2010
Lindsay M14/02/2010
Colin Crawford16/07/2009
Kiltie05/07/2009
Emma and Simon01/01/2008
chalky195315/03/2005
bertbarnett12325/01/2004
alda28/12/2003