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Hill number:620
Height:254m / 833ft
RHB Section:09A: Inverness to Strathspey
County/UA:Moray (UA)
Catchment:Findhorn, Catchment Boundaries, Lossie
Watershed:Inner Moray Firth
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (200-299m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NJ 09727 55901
Summit feature:no feature
Col:87m  NJ077552  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 27
(1:25k) 423
Observations:8m SE of trig point; artificial mound 50m SW by track higher
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 157 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Mast track to summit then firebreak on the return.Chris Peart18/05/2018
A nice walk on the snowy track in the sun. Snow made the firebreak unappealing.Gill30/12/2017
Along the forest tracks with GHC. Found the trig point after a poke in the scrub.Play2End28/10/2017
With Chris, an easy walk with next to no ascent but walked around the satellite mast fencing in order to locate the trig hidden in the trees.Peterb15/05/2017
As per Peterb - the trig and surrounding summit area left a lot to be desired.bowlesy15/05/2017
From Forrest track to NE...easy amble. Kept to track the whole way, despite the summit area to south being felled, so much easier than cutting over or down forest breaks. Sunny.N.Morters05/05/2017
Weather fair, ascended in the dark.MountainMac17/11/2016
Followed tracks from north east.Lionel Bidwell02/11/2016
1 of 2: From minor road near Califer 102569ChrisR27/09/2016
Parked at end of track to NE. When E of summit, cut directly across felled area. Down via break running NE from summit. Route and write-up at:
Self, Peter and dog.Invicta1415/08/2016
A straightforward if dull hill walk. Note lots of tree felling going on intermittently. Tracks somewhat messed up by vehicles. Followed the track in, left and then right, circling the antennae interminably it seemed. After the summit a direct East line from the top lead more directly to the inward route. As said work on-going and this exit line may not be available for long.nordicstar21/01/2016
Possible to pick a short cut route through the forest. all getting a bit churned up though.jenx21/01/2016
Forestry tracks from NE at 102569 to the mast. Last of five summits for the day and under the red sunset I only just found the trig in time. It hidden just outside the mast enclosure close to its north corner.Topographer5728/09/2015
Along forestry tracks to summit on bikeraffemeister07/06/2015
with renee from the east,forestry track to the top.robertphillips19/05/2015
Really dreadful bag from 102569 through partly felled forest. Trig is well hidden beside mast.Thearlaichdubh03/05/2015
Bagging the trig.BigJ01/11/2014
Forest tracks from the NEAndrewFinnimore19/09/2014
Level forest road to summit area.neimcv03/09/2014
With EKS and ICS. Easy walk along good track.amswanston14/08/2014
With AS and ES.iks14/08/2014
With AS and IS.eks14/08/2014
Here for the trigpoint. TP:UK log: Easy walk up the big track to the trig point which is near the aerials, good viewsthejackrustles23/02/2014
Easy woodland walk along track from NJ 10243 56895, good views following tree felling. Trig point behind the telecomms masts, highest point close by.martin_hall19/06/2013
Solo. Parked at start of track at NJ102568 and walked along track on opposite side of road to summit. Trig point is near masts with the highest point close by.pwbellarby15/06/2013
Pleasant forest walk.bolton12/02/2013
There's very little ascent. Trig point overgrown with bushes and nearby comms mast. Parking at obvious forest track inlet, keeping gate clear.sotabagger09/02/2012
Windy, overcast, mild, good views but trig in trees.iangalbraith11/01/2009
Trig revisit. Fairly rich scots pine pltn, as cross-rides, immediately NE of mast. #10 of 24 Marilyns in 24h with Brent Lynam in the driving seatRHW24/02/2007
Easy, two tracks.Eddie03/09/2004
On Marhofn guide. 3 straight tracks of 1/4m each led to dog leg and mast area. No cairn - no view - trees.arranc21/07/2004
Straightforward ascent on forest tracks from high point on road.JohnW31/07/2003
Date is first visit. Notes from later...amidst fairly rich scots pine pltn. park 101569, good tk via 097567 & 101561 to summit RHW26/08/2001
From NJ102569. August 2007.summitsupblank
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