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Name:Hill of Lethendy
Hill number:8348
Height:153m / 502ft
Parent (Ma):456  Newtyle Hill
RHB Section:06B: Pitlochry to Braemar and Blairgowrie
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:NO 13022 42475
Summit feature:no feature
Col:92m  NO122427  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 53
(1:25k) 381
Observations:flat summit area
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 12 users)ByDate of Ascent
Very pleasant track from the west thro the bluebells before very awkward fence crossing beside water tank. No polytunnels yet, only lines of growbags.daviemore16/05/2020
Bike from Blair; tracks all the way; fenced fruit farm on summitbertbarnett12306/04/2020
Used Lindsay's route. On this occasion the summit field had large polythene-covered dreels, so getting to the HP wasn't a problem. Of more concern to future baggers may be the newly constructed polytunnels which cover the adjacent fields, with the potential to spread onto the summit at some stage.Rod M01/03/2020
up through the trees from the small tarred area.robertphillips16/09/2019
Same as Lindsay, crop in summit field so had to step very carefullyColin Crawford07/06/2018
Up from SW through mature oak wood, through a fence and a few metres into the plowed field that contains the summit.Topographer5705/04/2018
As Lindsaychrisbien13/08/2017
Pretty good track up from the road besides Gourdie House, although was wading through bracken for the final stretch. Not sure whether summit in wood or adjacent field, so did both. Sorry for crushing the crops Mr Farmer!summitter14/07/2017
Parked at end of track at NO147422. Quick easy track past Lethendybank to just east of summit then into stubble field. OS spot height seems about right.alda14/01/2016
Parked in tarred bay to S of Gourdie House turn-off (NO12646 42163). Followed track (overgrown with summer vegetation) up through pleasant woodland. Ended near upper edge of trees at thinned area with pheasant feed bins. Turned left and kept just inside wood until level with summit. Over fence and short easy rise to top of field.Lindsay M26/06/2015