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Name:Bruxie Hill
Hill number:6152
Height:217m / 712ft
Parent (Ma):507  Kerloch
RHB Section:07B: Braemar to Montrose
County/UA:Aberdeenshire (UA)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (North)
Class:Tump (200-299m), Subhump
Grid ref:NO822802 (est)
Col:122m  NO822815  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 45
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 11 users)ByDate of Ascent
In the mid 1950s - The Sky at Night, Blue Peter and Come Dancing were some of the early BBC programmes passing through this relay station to entertain the masses in Aberdeen and further north (the next tv mast being on Granite Hill in Aberdeen) although it was built a year too late for the Coronation to be watched. A 12 min walk up the access track.Chris Pearson22/10/2019
Parked down road in only feasible place then up road to farm and mast track to top.Mark Sims14/11/2017
Her for the trigpoint. Took tarmac path up from Ferniebrae Farm. All gates open and as the satnav had sent me up here anyway I was at the mast compound in no time. Didn't see any signs for bulls or any real life bulls.thejackrustles14/10/2017
A tarred road to the summit, 3 cattle grids for Mutley to master and a field of cattle with attending bull. The bull was les problematic than the cows & calvesLizzieG09/09/2012
hill walker21/10/2018
Tony S29/01/2017