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Name:Staney Hill
Hill number:14039
Height:335m / 1099ft
Section:28B: The River Tweed to the English Border
Classification:Tu,3
Drop:55m
Col:280m  NT447057  

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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1324514/04/2016NT 44451 05971  F: Grassy bump
O: in firebreak
agentmancuso
Summit
GG
2563325/11/2018NT 44441 05989  F: Grassy bump towards centre of firebreak.
O: Several bumps in this area. One at side of firebreak another possibility NT 44437 05994.
Aye Jimmy
Subpoint
1DM
-2351820/05/2013NT 44440 05976  F: grassy knoll in firebreakchrisbien
Summit
143720/05/2013NT 44440 05976  F: Grassy bump within firebreak.chrisbien
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Jim



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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 8 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Old Northhouse Woodland car park to N. Track S to NT 4479.0586 then firebreak and woodland path (Red route) leads to summit area with several bumps.Aye Jimmy25/11/2018
Waymarks in place but very overgrown so paths aren't much used. Still easy though.Colin Crawford08/07/2016
Short diversion along easy firebreaks from track to east on way back from Skelfhill Pen.agentmancuso14/04/2016
Circuit of Staney Hill, Skelfill Pen, Southdean Rig and Inner Hill from estate car park. Skelfill Pen particularly impressive. Blustery day with showers but forestry provided some shelter.RobertP29/11/2015
From picnic CP. Track and then marked track and paths up firebreaks.chrisbien20/05/2013
Rambling Ray26/05/2018
ZanderH14/04/2016
Dave Geere01/11/2015