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Palmer Hill (NO 291383, 254m)

English palmer, meaning “pilgrim”, especially one returned from the Holy Land; the identity of the specific pilgrim is unknown
Location: outlier, west central
Neighbours: Lundie Craigs (W)
Hill Lists: Tump
Summit: dense forestry, open understorey, accessible by vehicle track from west
Notes: the name (taken from Palmer Wood, which covers the hill) is used by the Database of British and Irish Hills, but does not appear on maps

Summit of Palmer Hill
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Summit of Palmer Hill
Palmer Hill from the south
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Palmer Hill from the south

Pittendreich Hill (NO 290393)

Pictish pett, “place” + Gaelic an dreach, “of the aspect”, probably a reference to the favourable southerly exposure of the slope; emphasis on final syllable
Hill slope on south side of the ridge connecting Keillor Hill and Donald’s Brae, above Long Loch

Newtyle Hill and Kinpurney Hill over Long Loch from Westerkeith Hill
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In this view from Westerkeith Hill across Long Loch, the summit of Donald’s Brae lies above the patch of forestry; Pittendreich Hill is the grassy slope on the left, between the ridge and the loch

Prieston Hill (NO 383401)

Scots priest’s toun, “priest’s farm”
Hill slope above farms of Prieston and Hillside of Prieston, on east shoulder of Craigowl Hill

Craigowl from Tealing Hill
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In this view of Craigowl from Tealing Hill, Prieston Hill is the broad grassy mound below and to the right of the summit

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