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Name:Whit Fell
Hill number:16379
Height:411m / 1348ft
Section:35A: The Northern Pennines
Classification:Tu,4
Drop:38m
Col:373m  SE082945  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1086718/10/2015SE 08612 94586  F: within 2m of trig point
S: obvious summit
jimbloomer
Summit
Jim
-2411615/04/2012SE 08609 94587  F: trig pointAye Jimmy
Summit
334815/04/2012SE 08609 94587  F: GPS reading taken at trigpoint.Aye Jimmy
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 19 users)ByDate of Ascent
Whit Fell from GR: SE 07347 94551. Sunday Afternoon.ronaldo33321/06/2020
Whit Fell from GR: SE 07347 94551. Sunday Afternoon.Hippster21/06/2020
20.35 competitiveness is a wicked task mistress. I arrhythmia right on bagging into the darkness by head torch. When is logged my 18.25 and 19. 13 hills at nearly 8 o'clock I noticed Adrian had caught me and we were level pegging. I'm sure I remembered spring another virgin green triangle possibly baggable on the dark on the way back to Leyburn. Sure enough this was it. One and quarter kilometers along track on MOD firing range that would be far better done in the dark anyway + the bonus benefit of also having a trig pillar. And so it was bagged by 9pm.vegibagger02/01/2019
3pm on a Sunday afternoon appears to be the optimum time for a sneak bag. There is a track to the south of the rifle range near the summit of the road which can be followed almost to the top. Wear camouflage clothes though, and, for safety sake, don't carry a camera!moorsman20/12/2013
From W past rifle ranges. Sunday evening at end of Easter holidays, never saw anyone. Trig on top and nearby cairn.Aye Jimmy15/04/2012
from W, all quiet, Sunday RHW29/09/2002
Exact date unknown but done when in the army.thenomad09/05/1983
ngthack04/11/2018
mae25/08/2018
Adrian30/10/2017
Martin R02/01/2017
Dave Geere13/11/2016
carole engel01/01/2016
nordicstar17/12/2014
pwithnall31/05/2014
Anton01/01/2013
andrew.allum01/01/2000
GaryJones01/10/1998