Brimmond Hill is a hill in Aberdeen, Scotland that rises to a height of 266 metres. The summit is the highest point within the Aberdeen City council area.
The hill itself is situated in the area between Kingswells, Westhill, Blackburn and Dyce. There is a transmitter on the top of the hill, and there are also paths and a road to the top of the hill. The hill can be reached directly from paths that connect to Kingswells, and at the summit a view across the city of Aberdeen is available.
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