Name:Hill of Fishrie
Hill number:7076
Height:228m / 748ft
Parent (Ma):1525  Waughton Hill
RHB Section:21B: Fraserburgh to the Dee Valley
Class:Tump (200-299m), Subhump, Yeaman
Grid ref:NJ822579 (est)
Col:138m  NJ840605  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 29 30
(1:25k) 426N
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 17 users)ByDate of Ascent
The track would have been drivable but I chose to walk. The trig may be the summit but there are other possibilities and I felt it necessary to have a good wander aroundColin Crawford20/05/2024
Walked from access road entrance187lenny25/06/2023
Don't bother trying to drive to the mast - whin growing in the middle of the track. Had a good chat with the guy in the first house on the left, who was complaining that the plantation had destroyed a good view out to the East.sclater14/06/2022
visited when bagging the trigNozzer04/06/2021
Parked with permission at NJ 8158 5812carole engel19/11/2019
A land of rusting cars, barking dogs and probably sister marrying. Enjoy the wander.summitter16/04/2017
Once I turned off the main road, the road became very pot holed and bumpy and I thought I must be on the final approach! Wrong so wrong, last bit was much worse and very surprised my wee car made it but it did - all the way to the mast! Spooked a few deer as I approached the mast, lovely sunny frosty morning.thejackrustles21/01/2017
Dave McG03/02/2022
Martin R18/07/2021
Alan Whatley27/06/2021
dave g25/05/2020
hill walker29/12/2019