Name:Finavon Fort
Hill number:19714
Height:205.4m / 674ft
Parent (Ma):1674  Turin Hill
SMC/RHB Section:26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
County/UA:Angus
Topographical area:HE15 Craigowl-turin
Catchment:South Esk
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:NO 50761 55698
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:32.8m
Col:172.6m  NO 5065 5557  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 54
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 24 users)ByDate of Ascent
Verge parking to S. Over fallen fence and straight up. Onwards to Finavon E Top.PGCE28/02/2024
Short and steep ascent from road pass after crossing a collapsed section of a high deer fence.Topographer5718/02/2024
Through the drop down half gate and then a very faint path through the bracken. Very clear outline of the fort to be seen. Recommend going in winter due to bracken and long grass.Crumblie226/08/2023
Through the fence. There is a path, but just passable with the bracken being so high and thick. Fab view north.Play2End24/08/2023
Parked at bend in the road east of hill. Through hatch in the deer fence and used various tracks to the top. 5 minutes.Jossker22/01/2022
Through a convenient fence flap to the SW besides the minor road. Once through the lower slope bracken its a pleasant walk around the walls of a summit fort.summitter02/01/2022
With Inez.clashcityrocker31/05/2021
Weather fair.MountainMac14/04/2021
Obvious trail through now largely dead bracken.Tony S24/10/2020
A quick bag from parking at the gate.robertphillips19/07/2020
Thanks lady and gents for improving the access route through the bracken. An enormous help. Fine evening views. Section 26 re-completedColin Crawford19/07/2020
Exactly as Minto.chrisbien06/07/2020
Parked in the layby / passing place next to the cat flap in the fence. Signs of a path steeply up through the bracken, tall and wet, then long grass equally wet, to the summit earthworks. Pouring rain so didn't hang around, but equally soaked from the vegetation. On the way down, tried to improve the path, presumably made by J, L & R a weekly earlier.Minto05/07/2020
duchally26/01/2024
govanah05/10/2021
hill walker12/09/2021
Tricky21/04/2021
hillhunter29/01/2021
Lindsay M28/06/2020
Janet M28/06/2020
Rod M28/06/2020
benarmine09/09/1999
john steel12/07/1989
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