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Name:Cairnballoch
Hill number:11658
Height:280m / 919ft
Parent (Ma):1517  Benaquhallie
RHB Section:21B: Fraserburgh to the Dee Valley
County/UA:Aberdeenshire (UA)
Catchment:Don (Aberdeen)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:NJ565140 (est)
Drop:36m
Col:244m  NJ572136  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 37
(1:25k) OL59E 405E
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 4 users)ByDate of Ascent
The most wonderful of hard frosty sunrise mornings -blue sky and not a breath of wind. Up before dawn at 5am to run up and down 4 little Tumps before school at 9am for a sad last day before all schools close indefinitely due to Covid-19. Country / World under a blanket of worry -but running on the hills at sunrise a perfect uplift. Roe deer bounding over the frosty summit.Chris Pearson20/03/2020
Dave McG08/01/2020
hill walker10/06/2018
Gonk04/04/1962