Name:Bandirran Hill
Hill number:12895
Height:275m / 902ft
Parent (Ma):1670  King's Seat
RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
County/UA:Perth and Kinross
Catchment:Tay
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:NO 20343 31411
Summit feature:trig point
Drop:78m
Col:197m  NO207315  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 53
(1:25k) 380W
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 33 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Kirkton of Collace where there is good parking at the school. Core path BURR/18 through gate in deer enclosure to high point. Left & uphill over rougher ground direct to Trig. Came down fence line to NE & had to climb deer fence. Should have descended ESE. On to Dunsinane Hill, Black Hill, King's Seat, Buttergask Hill and Gask Hill. Enjoyable 19km walk, 600m climb.Lynnebe31/05/2023
Parked near church. Nice short walk.Adrian23/06/2022
Here for the trigpoint TP:UK log: Had this and nearby Kinnaird Hill on my list the same day as King's Seat but as that broke me in the heat, back today. Parked in a large forestry turning area at the bottom of the track and followed this up to a large gate. Through gate then across the rough ground to the trigpoint. Loads of planting going on so suspect this view won't be here for long.thejackrustles18/07/2021
From church via core path then thro gaps in fence to NW of summit. Down via quarry meant crossing a 6 foot fence. Whole area recently planted and covered in potholes so will become fairly treacherous when trees grow enough to obscure the ground.daviemore11/08/2020
Bike from Blairgowrie; Newish vehicle track from near No210313. Gorse/Broom opened up to North of summitbertbarnett12308/06/2020
Usual route. Deer fence quite trying after a hard day tumping.Play2End06/03/2020
from the quarry cp, over fence up through small woodland, and up over open ground to the top.robertphillips02/02/2019
From The Cape.Waterlog10/10/2018
Quick addition on the way home from a day in the Sidlaws. Used the alda/Lindsay/Janet fence route which gave a pleasant easy ascent. Grateful to the recent visitor who has cut a path through the gorse and broom guarding the trig.Rod M21/11/2017
From the church in Kirkton of Collace. Good path through fields then wood to gorse and broom covered Trig.summitter20/08/2017
After Dunsinane, from the workers' car park opposite the main gate to Collace quarry. Past small cairn on lesser summit then on to trig surrounded by gorse and other vegetation.NormanW09/08/2017
Parked in quarry car park to W of road. Over fence at back of car park, up through / under trees, to steep bumpy hill side. Trig surround by broom & some gorse. The next visitors should take a machete please.Minto14/07/2017
From Franklyden. Gate at 2103 3125. Grassy track to top.chrisbien28/05/2016
Thought I was in for a struggle when I spotted the jungle round the trig; thankfully, most of it is broomColin Crawford26/04/2016
With alda & Janet. 1 of 32Lindsay M29/05/2015
Parking for one car at NO210312. Easy but slightly overgrown path north of fence leads almost to the broom-adorned trig. 1 of 32.alda29/05/2015
From Collace quarry. Uncomfortably soft and uneven ground all the way, with low branches lower down. Descent showed up the landscape blot in all its glory, if they continue quarrying they might uncover the real Stone of Scone.Topographer5708/03/2015
Trig at NO 2034731413; hidden by gorse and broom.richtea504002/02/2015
RHW15/04/2006
The Fife Flyer03/01/2021
Tricky25/10/2020
hillhunter03/06/2020
hill walker17/01/2020
carole engel12/10/2019
duchally27/11/2017
Tony S30/09/2017
IainT29/05/2017
Oik17/08/2016
clashcityrocker03/06/2015
Janet M29/05/2015
Aqyx25/04/2015
chalky195310/03/2015
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