Name:Peter Hill
Hill number:4148
Height:617.2m / 2025ft
Parent (Ma):485  Mount Keen
SMC/RHB Section:07B: Braemar to Montrose
County/UA:Aberdeenshire
Topographical area:HE14 Keen-battock
Catchment:Dee (Aberdeen)
Class:Hump, Simm, Graham Top, Yeaman
(Hu,Tu,Sim,GT,Y)
Grid ref:NO 57773 88589
Summit feature:no feature 4m E of trig point
Drop:106m
Col:511m  NO563881  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 44
(1:25k) OL54 395
Survey:Abney level/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 79 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Simon Winton08/06/2024
Parked at Finzean sawmill, although could have parked at start of Peter Hill track, short way over bridge. Visited summit and trig. Continued to Baudnacauner. Returned via track W of Garrol Burn, which becomes indistinct below 500m.PGCE26/02/2024
Weather fair.MountainMac09/09/2023
AndyS15/07/2023
Tom Mundell13/05/2023
Straighforward hill after the long drive up. Parked at Finzean, which has a lot of history. Signed path through the gorse and trees, cattle on this section. Lovely walk...hils21/04/2023
iainwalton01/04/2023
DaveO31/01/2023
Dave McG09/11/2022
From Finzean Sawmill, up land-rover track to summit.Jossker16/04/2022
Up the track from Finzean Sawmill.Lindsay M02/01/2022
With L & RJanet M02/01/2022
Rod M02/01/2022
From the old sawmill biked up to the top.robertphillips15/10/2021
Jenn15/10/2021
nadine25x27/09/2021
Good parking Finzean Sawmill NO 5912 9161. WM path PETER HILL PATH at NO 5914 9149 - unmapped shortcut to track up to summitcarole engel07/08/2021
Tricky20/07/2021
Ibex17/04/2021
Ledi04/01/2021
gary198104/01/2021
We look at Peter Hill from our kitchen window 7 miles away and decided the day was too stunning -frozen and sunny- to devote fully to home tasks so an impromtu run up to the top and back from the ancient sawmill with L. Concrete hard ground in the icy N shadow then dazzling low sun in our faces. Soaked with sweat from the effort -turning icy cold. Glorious to be out. L way ahead 43 mins to summit - me another 20 mins. Long chat to fellow hill-runners (and llama keepers!)on our way down.Chris Pearson29/11/2020
From the old Sawmill. Good parking there. Path up Peter Hill then onward to Baudnacauner. Descended to marked track nr Glasspits Burn. This was overgrown but passable. Down to attractive woodland then path along river back to start. With B and R.jenx18/08/2020
2nd visit. 5hr outing with L and the dogs. Sunny and breezy. Good progress up the track again from the saw mill (old sheds still standing - just) then onwards easily(past the octagonal shooting lodge) on tracks and paths which fizzle out leaving as alda has said numerous peat groughs to negotiate to reach Cock Hill. These were tiring to clamber down and up but enjoyable as pretty dry today (with a few slimey oozey holes which the dogs inevitably found and sank in). Great training for the OMM -only 13 weeks to go!Chris Pearson19/07/2020
dave g07/07/2020
govanah23/02/2020
Nice easy walk up from Finzean sawmill, lovely day, extensive views in all directions, easy track before heading to Baudnacauner..PDuncan8223/01/2020
BaggerGutt10/12/2019
With L - Frozen and snow carpeted track up from the historic (and still working) water powered sawmills on the Feugh. Big boots and well wrapped up on a cold day with a few sweeping snow showers. Admired the still distant snowy Mount Battock - for another time, and on the onward ridge the unusual octagonal modern Arctic Finland hut - lunch hut for shooting parties with tables, chairs, sofa and gas heater, and photos on the walls - sadly all locked up. This lovely glen has a very extensive management plan by the BIRSE COMMUNITY TRUST for the Forest of Birse Commonty native Pinewoods. They estimate 20,000 visitors per year visit the sleepy dead end Feugh Glen, with its minor road alongside the river under crags and scots pines.Chris Pearson09/11/2019
Sherlock23/04/2019
Gonk28/12/2018
Tony S14/12/2018
Lorna S14/12/2018
alda11/05/2018
mae17/04/2018
Some snow icy track Nice & easy walk to the summit trig with Dianne Scorgie & Linda Lawson. White Hares, Grouse & 1 deerLizzieG26/11/2017
nix_snilloc08/10/2017
A long west to east round from Birse castle via all Graham tops from Gannoch to Peter Hill plus Baudnacauner. Quite a lost of track so speedy going. teeming with mountain hares which looked very conspicuous in the absence of snow.dickscroop19/02/2017
With doggieAlastair S17/09/2016
interloper29/07/2016
Fletch29/07/2016
bjewing16/07/2016
Alan Whatley11/06/2016
neilsan30/04/2016
elma spencer15/04/2016
Another despoiled grouse moorMartin R06/04/2016
arranmilne21/11/2015
Mudskipper02/08/2015
Kiltie03/06/2015
JA01/05/2015