Name:Kebbuck Knowe
Hill number:7007
Height:670.9m / 2201ft
Parent (Ma):1495  The Buck
SMC/RHB Section:21A: Tomintoul to Banff
Topographical area:HE05 Rinnes-cullen
Catchment:Deveron, Catchment Boundaries, Don (Aberdeen)
Watershed:Mull of Kintyre to Rattray Head
Grid ref:NJ 41546 22384
Summit feature:ground by fence junction
Col:650m  NJ 4140 2272  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 37
(1:25k) OL62W 420W
Survey:Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 30 users)ByDate of Ascent
From The Buck, descent route back to car.MichaelF18/07/2024
2/2 Climbed the Buck from the B road to the North, up the fence line (start just to the North West of this for a dryer first couple of hundred metres, the swing over to the fenceline. Then on to Kebbuck Knowe, no problem with the peat hags if you stick to the West of them tracks lead through. Back the same way. Smashing afternoon with views down to the Cairngorms and Lochnagar. Reflecting on the passing of the Queen.nickywood113/09/2022
Up the atv tracks almost all the way and then across to the buckPilotralph 17/11/2021
From The BuckPeteF26/07/2021
From the B9002 south of Elrick through the swamp and onto unexpected and glorious May snow slopes, which made the summit tor look like an Arctic apparition. On to Kebbuck Knowe through snow trenches in place of peat hags.Nick Down105/05/2021
Peat hags at the col looked awful from The Buck but were not too bad at all. Vague path once past them.alda06/09/2017
With Dianne Scorgie, took a roundabout route to the summit via Clayhooter Hill & Scad Hill eventually made it to Kebbuck Knowe. Looking down on wind turbines. Hare spotted on the horizon. A grand hill day.LizzieG09/07/2017
W Jenx from B road to north, small parking area on road bend. Easy if soggy line to gain the hill, on to Kebbuck Knowe and back over Craigenscore hill in descent (not a TuMP tho!).nordicstar02/06/2014
Date uncertain, via Scad Hillrjf3501/06/1976
Ben Rinnes16/04/2022
Am Bodach27/03/2022
hill walker23/10/2021
Andrew Stalker05/01/2020
Gavin Theobald28/05/2016
Martin R28/11/2012
dave g21/12/2006
Alan Whatley13/02/2006
Alan Moore18/05/2003