Hill of Buchromb

A hill in Central Moray, the Hill of Buchromb rises to 227m (744 feet) above the River Fiddich, 2 miles (3 km) south southeast of Craigellachie. Woodland covers its northwestern slopes while the Speyside Way follows the river around the hill to the east and north. A large Bronze-Age cairn occupies the summit, measuring some 28m (91 feet) in diameter and a maximum of 1.5m (5 feet) in height. This cairn has been extensively quarried for its stone.

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