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TP4225 - Kings Seat
21st Apr 2013 15:02 by captainslow
24th Oct 2011 14:30 by Wubbleyew
Walked up from Collace to Dunsinane Hill where scarily I saw just three sheep within the old castle: there was something about them - hmmm 'double, double toil and trouble; fire, burn; and, cauldron bubble' - I quickly moved over to the Black Hill where I managed to twist my ankle (was this a witch's curse?) then hobbled to the top of the King's Seat. But the pain was worth the splendid views.
1st Oct 2011 13:00 by Chalky
White painted trig in good order except open spider. Previously visited this Marilyn circa 1980 no trig details noted.
6th Sep 2011 12:53 by stonestreaker
Ascent from B road south, obvious track becomes NONEXISTENT after 1km, veered through crops and cows and sheep to 45 degree face, long grass up to my arms, deer, thank FSM no ticks. Bleaargh.
17th Jun 2011 13:43 by Aye Jimmy
Bit of a grotty hill for my 900th Marilyn.
4th Jun 2011 10:34 by g4wsb
Short walk from B953 nice day with views
26th Feb 2011 13:55 by Sandman
15th Sep 2009 14:05 by Clochandighter
Revisit. White painted pillar in good condition. Spider centre open. Flush bracket faces 162° SSE. Vented through west sight hole. Pillar completed 8th October 1936 costing £15.12s.6d. Views include Lundie Craigs, Craigowl Hill, Blacklaw Hill, Dundee Law, Northfield, Peace Hill, Largo Law, Normans Law, West Lomond, Kinnaird Hill, Craig Rossie, Bandirran Hill, Craig Obney, Carn Gower. Photographed 15/09/2009, GRP.
12th Apr 2009 12:18 by Fester
From Collace up to Dunsinane and then along the ridge to Kings Seat.Glorious day with big views all round.
11th Oct 2008 14:02 by Skerryvore
wonderful white pillar. Great ascent. kestrel on descent. Blustery day. With mum, dad and Christine. Fantastic views all round from summit. Also marilyn.
7th Jul 2008 12:02 by coinea
15th Apr 2006 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, no cap or plug, nice heather/rock summit, fine view. Black Hill worth a visit en route.
30th May 2005 14:25 by Sapper
Excellent views from this TP. Struggled to the top towards the end of a long only to meet an old chap (70+) skipping up the hill behind me!! Plug missing.
27th May 2005 13:00 by agentmancuso
Cap gone. Painted white
28th Jun 2004 11:40 by fasgadh
Primary with a biiiig view! Over the firths of Tay and Forth and most members of the Perthsire Munros in full view. Lovely contrast of the Mounth against the foreground of agricultural Strathmore. No plug, otherwise OK and painted white.
4th Nov 2002 12:00 by iainmac
18th Nov 2001 12:00 by peregrinus
No details noted - pleasant easy hill, fine view
14th Jun 2000 07:39 by arranc
15th Aug 1994 13:09 by Clochandighter
First visit. To record FB number. HISTORY: Pillar completed 8th October 1936 costing £15.12s.6d. In 1937 this marker was computed for triangulation as primary station PP310 in Figure 3 of the OSGB36 primary network of the Retriangulation of Great Britain. Flush bracket S1619 was levelled for height in 1951. This trig point was last maintained by the OS in 1982.