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Name:Crannach Hill
Hill number:4881
Height:602m / 1975ft
Parent (Ma):1488  Morven
RHB Section:21A: Tomintoul to Banff
County/UA:Aberdeenshire (UA)
Catchment:Dee (Aberdeen)
Class:Hump, Simm, Highland Five
(Hu,Tu,Sim,HF)
Grid ref:NJ383007 (est)
Drop:136m
Col:466m  NJ387015  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 37
(1:25k) OL59W 405W
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 27 users)ByDate of Ascent
With Jenx and Bryher walking up from the Tillich church parking, great little track all way to the crossing into deer fenced area. Similar exit at top. A number of possible summit tops visited, snowy on top, great views of Morven. Higher Simm summit over the way visited on way downnordicstar22/01/2019
Startlingly beautiful winters day. The track in was lovely walking.jenx22/01/2019
Parked by the ruined church at Tullich and ascended from the path leading north. A heathery hill, but there is a path to the top from the style in the higher fence on the north side.JohnW21/07/2016
As tallblond - smashing path up through the birch woods.Chris Peart20/05/2014
started from the carpark for the cemetery at the old ruin of the Tulloch church. great path along the side of the hill , if you walk to nearly the end of the hill, there is a stile over the deerfence as there is a new fence to protect some new pine sapplings. There is a further stile on the ridge over a fence. Deep heather and a few black grouse about.tallblond24/11/2013
deep heather. RHW27/08/2012
Monday same day after I'd climbed Crannach Hill and Morven for the first time, probably with a school friend called Simon.vegibagger18/07/1966
BaggerGutt30/11/2018
Gavin Theobald02/09/2018
Dave McG24/02/2018
Erik B24/02/2018
RichardM15/05/2016
Martin R04/04/2016
Alan Whatley02/03/2016
bjewing25/10/2015
iaindbrown21/10/2015
IainT15/04/2015
Bob6730/11/2014
Ibex13/04/2014
hill walker25/01/2014
Mudskipper16/11/2013
PM11/12/2011
SpudGunn11/12/2011
Colin Crawford01/05/2011
chalky195331/08/2010
thelonious07/03/2009
andrew.allum01/01/2000