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Ben Gulabin 806m (2644ft)

Summit Feature: Rock 5m NW of cairn note: rock is c 30cm higher than base of cairn (Survey: Abney level)
Classification: 500, Bishop, Corbett, Docharty, Hump, Marilyn, Simm, P30 Tump, Yeaman.
OS Grid Ref: NO100722 (10 figure Grid Ref: NO1004172214).
UK Area: 06 - Pitlochry to Braemar and Blairgowrie (OS Maps 1:50k 43. 1:25k OL52N,387N.)
Latitude: 56.83265, Longitude: -3.47589, Height: 806 metres (2644 feet)
Prominence: 203 metres (666 feet)
Unique Waypoint POI Name: 0806.C (DoBIH Hill ID: 446)

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Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills

Selected mapping: Google or Bing / Ordnance Survey

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Adrian alanayr Alex Thomson Andrew Brown AndrewFinnimore andys assynt_bob a_macdonald bagger14 Barry Smith belfarm BigPinno Brian Carson captainslow Carole carolje cfw58 Chalky1953 Chris Upson chriswatson cjo cmdr Colin Crawford Cranstackie cuillin Dave McG Denise derek3009 Dolorespearl drjohnyoung Dugswell2 fergie gav777 gballant GeorgeH Georgie gigha Gman45 GordonAdshead GPH1011 grahamn HillmanImp hils HochMcGandy iaindbrown IainT IainT2 Jane T Jaxter jeskynar Jim.Fothergill jim1876 JimH jimp johnevenden JohnM JohnRC johnxzz JSB Kaye.c Keith Allen KennyB Laurence Lindsay M lorettocourt malky_c Margaret Milimut Mosmart nealel04 ngthack Nick Down nkmcmanus nordicstar NormanW northernphilby oakesave oscarben pigeon PM Quarry Bends rhw Ribbit49 RichTea RobB rockdoctor russell61 russell63 sammoore sandman sclater scoob999 skyegabbro Steve S thenomad walking scotland weaselmaster Wyvis xslawekx Zilly

 

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Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills



 

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