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Fraserburgh to the Dee Valley Area
Feature count in area: 43, by county: : 42, Aberdeen (UA): 1,
Highest Place: Pressendye 619m

Starting Places in area Fraserburgh to the Dee Valley:

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Summits & other features in area Fraserburgh to the Dee Valley:
Ardhuncart Hill 331m, Baderonach Hill 475m, Benaquhallie 494m, Bennachie - Oxen Craig 529m, Black Law 244m, Brimmond Hill 266m, Broom Hill 576m, Brux Hill 475m, Cairn William 448m, Clachcurr 422m, Clova Hill 487m, Coiliochbhar Hill 533m, Core Hill 245m, Corse Hill 433m, Craiglich 476m, Craigrath 435m, Green Hill 491m, Hill of Christ's Kirk 311m, Hill of Corrachree 294m, Hill of Corskie 420m, Hill of Fare 471m, Hill of Foudland 467m, Hill of Rothmaise 261m, Hill of Tillymorgan 380.8m, Knock Saul 412m, Knockandy Hill 434m, Langgadlie Hill 448m, Lawel Hill 236m, Lord Arthur's Hill 518m, Manabattock Hill 420m, Mill Maud 407m, Millstone Hill 409m, Mither Tap 518m, Pittenderich 508m, Pressendye 619m, Red Hill 488m, Scar Hill 299m, Tom Beith 411m, Tyrebagger Hill 250m, Watch Craig 495m, Waughton Hill 234m, Windyheads Hill 231m, Wishach Hill 422m

Note: this list of places may include island features such as summits, but not islands as such.
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Tyrebagger Hill, 250m Hill
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Grid Reference NJ84400 12600, OS 1:50k mapsheet 38
Place visited by: 3 members, recently by: rhw, Fergalh, chalky
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Longitude: -2.259849, Latitude: 57.203895, Easting: 384400, Northing: 812600, Prominence: 106m,  Isolation: 3.7km
ITM: 946628 1176895


  Short or GPS IDs, 6 char: TyrbHl, 10 char: TyrbgrHil

Linkback: https://mountainviews.ie/summit/B4904/
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Picture: Trig Pillar from the top of the Tappie tower
Long trek to summit
by Fergalh 11 May 2021
From Brimmond Hill I headed back down track to minor road walked along until I arrived at Elrick Country Park. Headed up and over the minor summit of Elrick Hill (not on Mountainviews) and continued to the A96 (cross with care!) to the entrance to Elrick forest. Followed long forest tracks to the summit marked with the Tappie tower and a trig pillar Linkback: mountainviews.ie/summit/B4904/comment/23110/
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Picture: Tappie Tower
Hill near Aberdeen airport worth climbing if you have a few hours to spare
by Fergalh 11 May 2021
From the summit I headed east on forest tracks rather than to the forest entrance and walk along the grass verge of the A96. These tracks eventually lead to a track that leads to a minor road and footpath at the roundabout near Aberdeen Airport. I still had plenty of time before my friends arrived and we soon headed off towards the bigger hills the following day. Linkback: mountainviews.ie/summit/B4904/comment/23111/
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