Name:Catcraig Hill
Hill number:11798
Height:131m / 430ft
Parent (Ma):1523  Hill of Tillymorgan
SMC/RHB Section:21B: Fraserburgh to the Dee Valley
Topographical area:HE06 Bennachie-fourman
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:NJ 92563 20579
Summit feature:no feature: rough grassland
Col:99m  NJ921206  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 38
(1:25k) 421E
Observations:flattish summit area c.15m WNW of standing stone
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 12 users)ByDate of Ascent
Weather fair.MountainMac17/10/2023
track most of the way from near ardo house.robertphillips28/01/2022
After buying 6 pairs of £1 reading glasses from Poundland in Inverurie - to stock up against inevitable future losses/ breakages. Didn't need any of them to see the 4 cattle that came charging towards me in the summit field. I successfully ran back and over the gate! 10 mins of stand off before I could summon up the courage to bluff dominance and walk past them - as they thankfully just peered expectantly at their empty hay feeder. Vegibagger describes well the modern summit memorial stone circle to a local farmer (just 54yrs old). One stone now cemented aside and engraved. On descent kept to dead ground to avoid my waiting friends.Chris Pearson09/10/2020
Easy walk along track from NE and across field.govanah30/05/2020
From the NEGonk21/01/2020
Our local UMP so cycled there. A large stone memorial to a local farmer now on top.dave g19/01/2020
P near Ardo House. Track to a flat top.chrisbien04/08/2018
unexpected items in bagging area have included a small Stone circle 1,2,3,4,5,6 stones and one 7th standing stone, a grave looks like it's from 2 and a half years ago for someone but has never be filled in, Has some fresh-ish flowers there. and some fencing around it. Thirdly a very long pole on the actual summit with some electrical box on it lie-ing on the ground. This is my 100th of Aberdeenshire TuMPs. Only about 15%vegibagger12/06/2018
Dave McG03/02/2020
hill walker20/10/2018