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Name:Ander Hill
Hill number:7082
Height:144m / 472ft
Parent (Ma):1537  Ward of Bressay
RHB Section:22: Shetland Islands
County/UA:Shetland Islands (UA)
Maritime area:Shetland - South
Class:Tump (100-199m), Subhump, Yeaman
Grid ref:HU 52414 41532
Summit feature:base of tower at NE corner
Col:45m  HU514401  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 4
(1:25k) 466N 467E
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 28 users)ByDate of Ascent
From the Noss Ferry car park before the ferry got going.Chris Peart07/06/2019
Great frustration, having paid return ferry to Bressay, to find that the Noss ferry doesn't run on Mondays n Thursdays. Strange abandoned tall rectangular building on summitvegibagger27/05/2019
A nice hill, climbed from the Noss ferry, over the top and down to the car park.Gill19/08/2018
After returning from Noss, directly up from the jetty. Had a look for the trig rivet, but it's possibly on roof of the derelict building.jonglew19/08/2018
Great run up from Noss ferry and back down to car park. Tough going through Heather on the ascent but clear tracks for descent in direct of the car park. Great views from the top over Noss and back to Lerwick. Structure on top quite impressively still standing. With GFEFionalevey04/08/2018
Guess at date. Dilapidated, rubbish-filled war ruin at top.iangpark06/06/2016
1911 2 storey naval lookout, surprisingly intact.Denise 27/04/2016
Jogged up as best could through heather after Noss return, last boat. Still a few to get. Interesting coastguard ruins. Good photos and view back to Noss.nordicstar31/05/2013
Supposed to be an OS rivet on roof but no way up (no safe way down anyway). Straight up from Noss ferry then down to car park. RHW28/05/2013
Bagged with Tricky Spiers before going over to Noss. Lovely ruined tower on the top.Dugswell225/05/2013
Date is first visit. RHW07/08/2002
Tom Mundell16/07/2017
Trekking toes16/07/2017
Colin Crawford28/05/2013
Martin R06/05/2012
Lindsay M10/06/2008
Colin Crawford07/08/2007