Name:Anguston Hill
Hill number:11803
Height:117m / 384ft
Parent (Ma):1519  Hill of Fare
SMC/RHB Section:21B: Fraserburgh to the Dee Valley
Topographical area:HE04 Morven-gowan
Catchment:Dee (Aberdeen)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:NJ 80185 02180
Summit feature:ground by covered reservoir
Col:86m  NJ759056  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 38
(1:25k) 406E
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 28 users)ByDate of Ascent
Martin R12/06/2024
Parked at road junction walked up past houses turned right then left and up by wall. Across stile to water tank and HP.PeterD08/06/2022
parked at the shed as jon, stile over fence to the top final aberdeen tump.robertphillips30/12/2021
Tony S13/05/2021
2 of 9. Up lane by cattery. Water tank visible in distance. Follow lane round 90 degree bend. Up filed edge and over stile. Great viewssarahk29/03/2021
dave g02/05/2020
Coronavirus - on everyone's mind - just heard that all schools to close in 2 days- with return date uncertain. Unprecedented and frightening times. Fled to the hills on way home for a quick dose of what they do best - beautiful peace and tranquillity on a lovely calm sunny afternoon with wide views. Rich ploughed field all around ready and waiting on the promise of spring. Stepped 3,000 years back in history with a look at the nearby burial stone circle to N - then further back to the ice age with the hummocky glacial mounds hinting at past natural power. Then returned to the reality of today and a trip to Tesco to see half empty shelves and the power of uncertainty.Chris Pearson18/03/2020
Parked along the road and walked past the cattery took a left walking up past houses and straight up through the field to the water tank. With big broMikeyd190310/12/2019
Up with wee bro, fine dayPDuncan8208/12/2019
Drove the private road to park in corner of field at NJ 8041 0215. Short walk over stubble field to water tank to HP; boundary could be followed if crop in field.jonglew27/10/2019
Dave McG14/10/2019
Nice walk from Peterculter past Crombie Park, great weather and view to Bennachie.PDuncan8210/10/2019
Parking just S of wall, east side of road, next to Erinvale cattery. Up road past steadings, and a sign stating private road, no trespassing,etc. R at bend then left up track to stile over wall / fence to water reservoir at summit. My final Aberdeen Tump, with The Bear.Minto01/09/2019
Muted celebration of Minto's completion of Aberdeenchrisbien01/09/2019
Parked opposite Erinvale and walked past the modernised Steadings. Water tank summit. With Gordon.Campbell Singer05/05/2019
Walked up from the minor road to the east to the stile and small reservoir. For a minute I thought I was back in Shropshire where this is a common feature.Dugswell213/06/2018
andrew brown21/12/2017
Route as per RHW.hill walker24/09/2017
From E, road public to first houses but would be cheeky to park, and easy walk from main road. No Trespassing sign beyond first houses but track and stile to summit which has a concrete water tank at HP. My final Aberdeen UA P30RHW28/03/2016
Farmland hill with small circular concrete reservoir on top. Great view north to Benachie, first hill of my childhood.vegibagger24/03/2015