Name:Brandon Dean Hill
Hill number:16053
Height:187m / 614ft
Section:33: The Scottish Border to the River Tyne
Col:143m  NU038185  

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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1348930/04/2016NU 04629 18089  F: Ground 3m SSE of trig.
O: Ground near base of electricity power pole possibly slightly higher but maybe artificial NU 04616 18078. Slight rise in field 60-70m to SW looks to be lower.
Aye Jimmy
1543302/09/2016NU 04631 18089  F: Ground near TP
O: The top of the hill undulates and there are a number of points that could be as high or higher, notably at the base of wooden telegraph pole.
Crib Goch

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Up and down via the service (logging?)road; OS map now not accurate as regards forest blocks. Part of run from Ingram to Branton. Glorious summer late afternoon, though breezy and not hot. Did not see anyone. A few sheep at the summit.jamesaskew01/08/2017
BEWARE OF IRATE FARMER! [Not access land] I walked this via the vehicle track from the S, then cut straight up the W flank to the summit. Not obvious until I was well up the hill was a large herd of young cattle which stampeded when the saw me, although I was never closer than 50m. Bagged the top and was almost down when the farmer came tearing up in his landrover. He was polite but definitely angry. He explained that the cattle had recently been separated from their mothers and were pretty frisky and easily spooked. In that mood they are uncontrollable and prone to plough through fences and escape. On a previous occasion he had to round cattle up from three miles away. I think this time there was no damage, but implications were obvious. Lesson learned!Crib Goch02/09/2016
Road from S leads to pasture W of summit. Easily then to rather spoilt summit area - trig, mast and compound, power line.Aye Jimmy30/04/2016
carole engel17/06/2017
Dave Geere31/12/2016
Colin Crawford20/08/2015