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Hill number:18947
Height:267m / 876ft
Parent (Ma):1488  Morven
RHB Section:21B: Fraserburgh to the Dee Valley
County/UA:Aberdeenshire (UA)
Catchment:Dee (Aberdeen)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:NJ454031 (est)
Col:234m  NJ451032  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 37
(1:25k) OL59W 405W
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 7 users)ByDate of Ascent
Waymarked footpath from east courtesy of the MacRoberts Trust who own and care for much of the land around Tarland. Archeological visits here concluded that only a bit of iron age fort embankment digging started here then halted. Its been left alone since unlike the impressive Tomnaverie stone circle with its giant recumbent (maybe for moonlight to glint off?) SE of Torland which the MacRobert Trust helped to renovate, and was well worth a stop off on the way here. (Would have been better under a full moon a few hours later?).The Trust also owns and runs the nearby fine up market Douneside country hotel(too expensive for a stop off).Chris Pearson10/02/2020
From road to easthillsman09/10/2019
Along track from the east and up through wood from forestry turning circle.Campbell Singer04/05/2019
Dave McG17/10/2019
hill walker19/07/2018