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Hill number:8484
Height:51m / 167ft
Parent (Ma):515  Cairn-mon-earn
RHB Section:07B: Braemar to Montrose
County/UA:Aberdeen (UA)
Catchment:Dee (Aberdeen), Catchment Boundaries
Watershed:Aberdeen Bay
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:NJ949047 (est)
Col:17m  NJ948041  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 38
(1:25k) 406E

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 33 users)ByDate of Ascent
Drove here whilst filling in time187lenny14/12/2019
Wandered up from South Esplanade around all the streets, went up into one of the gardens of the flats, with wee broPDuncan8202/12/2019
School closed and probably due for demolition - if redeveloped for residential housing will be interesting to see what happens to the high point. As it is very difficult to determine exactly where it is. Had a wander round.jonglew27/10/2019
Top of a large housing estate created as a garden suburb of Aberdeen but sadly now the most deprived area in Aberdeen City (from an Analysis of the Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation 2016). The depressing analysis carried out by Skills Development Scotland demonstrates that children from the most deprived areas are less likely than their peers to enter a positive destination (education and employment). On a more hopeful note the current demolition of the summit Academy School, replaced by the new £47 million Lochside Academy with its superior facilities is a step in the right direction.Chris Pearson14/08/2019
Visited during a day walking around the area, mostly in the rain.Alancache09/08/2019
A quick walk up before my bus home. I'd concur that the high point is around the house gardens to the south of the school, currently a demolition siteColin Crawford24/07/2019
With Gordon and Barbara. Minimum effort.Campbell Singer05/05/2019
Walked across road, with C.PeterD29/05/2018
Walk from City Centre to roundabouttrimarc220/05/2018
Final Aberdeen tump. Should of planned better.andrew brown21/12/2017
Walked around roundabout and adjacent road.cjo12/05/2017
Level summit area. Front gardens of houses S of Torry Academy slightly higher I thinkRHW27/03/2016
To answer Minto - for higher education.Martin R26/03/2016
16.25 and as I wandered up Grampian place and to the Torry academy building on the summit of the tump I saw the sign saying 'Big Noise' they must be celebrating the first finisher, I tongue in cheek thought!!. the final piece in the jigsaw Rhe only one of the Aberdeen unitary authority tumps south of the riverDeevegibagger24/03/2015
An easy drive up. But why build a school on top of a hill?Minto01/11/2014
Tricky Speirs spotted this TuMP on the ferry and demanded that we bagged it before going to ASDA to add to my almost empty diesel tank for the trip south. Flattish top so had a good walk around.Dugswell209/06/2013
Alex C07/06/2019
Barbara Singer05/05/2019
hill walker21/03/2018
Mark Sims22/11/2016