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Name:Harlow Hill
Hill number:16067
Height:169m / 554ft
Section:33: The Scottish Border to the River Tyne
Classification:Tu,1
Drop:44m
Col:125m  NZ061698  

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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1191027/01/2016NZ 07626 68690  F: Ground inside pine wood looking out to a concrete pillbox.
O: Ground at NZ 07662 68713 on wood side of pillbox looks as high but very rough grass tussocks and brambles may deceive.
Aye Jimmy
Summit
GJ
1256812/03/2016NZ 07629 68688  F: PinewoodRHW
Summit
GJ
1256912/03/2016NZ 07665 68713  F: Pillbox
O: To ENE, pretty sure this is lower although some say higher...
RHW
Subpoint
2GJ
1603314/10/2016NZ 07630 68691  F: Obvious high point in wood. Read 2m higher than pillbox.andrew brown
Summit
GJ
-2244107/08/2014NZ 07665 68709  F: no feature
O: pillbox situated nearby
Crib Goch
Subpoint
2GJ
-2392304/04/2014NZ 07660 68666  F: mound in forest
O: base of mound is higher than elsewhere
jimbloomer
Subpoint
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354204/04/2014NZ 07660 68666  F: mound in forestjimbloomer
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GG
481107/08/2014NZ 07665 68709  F: no feature
O: old wartime pillbox? immediately adjacent to high point
Crib Goch
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GG



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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 25 users)ByDate of Ascent
From south, track then up to pill box and into woods with C. Clay pidgeon shoot in quarry had just finished.PeterD23/12/2018
High point in wood beyond reservoircjo11/03/2017
High point in wood definitely higher according to GPS readings.andrew brown14/10/2016
Seemed like the spot in the pinewood to meColin Crawford09/08/2016
after Heddon Law, I wandered here, there and everywhere on this one! The best bit isn't the top but that hidden quarry.Lou10/07/2016
From s, AJ route. Pretty sure hp in pinewood higher but pillbox visited and an interesting spotRHW12/03/2016
From S, end of narrow wood with f/p sign plus birdbox. Through wood to high point at N end. Then over to the pillbox outside. Thought ground inside the wood was maybe higher than long grass/brambly terrain near the pillbox. Night-time baggers beware - quarry face E of pillbox!Aye Jimmy27/01/2016
From B6318. I approached by the PRoW from the NW, and thought the high point was in the woodland. After climbing the wall I logged the highpoint as NZ 07633 68689, but it looked as though a point outside the wood to the NE may be higher. That was not accessible from the wood, so I returned to the B6318 and walked in from a minor road through the middle of the Harlow Hill complex. This brought me out on the east of the hill where there is a disused quarry. Entering that I found some convenient steps which brought me out to the high point I had seen earlier - adjacent to an old wartime pillbox - this proved to be a few metres higher than my first point in the wood. So I made the summit 07665 68709. A lot of effort for a nondescript top!Crib Goch07/08/2014
Detour off Hadrian's Wall Path. Logged both the high point in the woods and the pill box, thought the woods were possibly higher.welshyboyo04/05/2014
Bowness to Wallsendjimbloomer04/04/2014
With friends from uni doing Hadrian's Wall. Camped at Harlow Hill farm at end of first day and nipped up this one in the evening. Difficulty getting to the top across a rough field.Mark Jackson17/07/2011
Christo197906/10/2018
clique30/09/2018
Jacqdaw22/07/2017
Hillsidenick22/07/2017
Markbrim24/06/2017
GaryJones24/08/2016
Lucky25/02/2016
maknipe25/02/2016
Dave Geere20/02/2016
stevent080910/09/2013
mcbiydw229/03/2013
darroch29/03/2013
ajwxyzt04/12/2011
The Parkers20/06/2011