The trip to the top is straightforward and at the top there is the ruin of Dunnydeer Castle a 13th century tower house (possibly the oldest in Scotland) that is built within and of the older prehistoric vitirified fort (one of several in the area which include Tap O Noth and the Mither Tap of Bennachie) in which it stands.
Flinder Hill from Dunnydeer - I suspect a 400ft Wind Turbine might be a tad noticeable!
Just 5 years ago you could see no wind Turbines from the top of this modest hill. Now, sadly there are at least 13 visible wind Turbine Sites (either multiple or single) easily visible and a planning application to put another approximately 400ft high on Hill of Flinder - itself the site of a possible prehistoric hill fort(see photo) - 400ft is the height of Dunnydeer itself above the surronding landscape so this planned eyesore will tower over this wonderful ancient Monument.
We already have some of these - at east these ones are low down