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Name:Ward of Clett
Hill number:4922
Height:122m / 400ft
Parent (Ma):none
RHB Section:22: Shetland Islands
County/UA:Shetland Islands (UA)
Island:Whalsay
Maritime area:Shetland - East
Class:Hump, Tump (100-199m), SIB, Yeaman
(Hu,Tu,1,SIB,Y)
Grid ref:HU 55042 61478
Summit feature:knoll 75m NE of trig point
Drop:122m
Col:Sea
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 2
(1:25k) 468
Observations:knoll is c 3m higher than trig point base
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 46 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Clate. Afterwards visited trig at Vai Voe.NormanW25/06/2019
From quarry trackvegibagger23/06/2019
From Clate.Chris Peart20/06/2019
Third visit, accompanying ChrisColin Crawford20/06/2019
Solo. Walked up track from Clate.pwbellarby18/06/2019
From end of public road, walked along a good track. Good summit views.ger16/06/2019
Parked just beyond the gate where there is space for a car opposite the barn. Great vantage point in most directions. Limited to the east by substantial military building. With Barbara. It was her birthday and I know how to spoil a lady. A cruise to Whalsey.Campbell Singer11/06/2019
Day spent on Whalsey for my birthday. Pleasant easy hill despite the military ruins.Barbara Singer11/06/2019
Squeezed this Hump/SIB in after bagging 2 lighthouses on the island with Sarah. Not bad tally with only 1hr 25mins on island between ferries.assynt_bob04/11/2018
Drove most of the way, walked the last 100m or so. HP is behind the large brick-built WWII building.jonglew26/08/2018
A wet and manky day, so a visit to Whalsay. Easy to drive up the gated track to park by a building, then a short stroll to the trig and on to the summit behind the building.Gill26/08/2018
A short walk to the highest point of Whalsay, visited mainly to spend time driving around to get photos for Geograph (e.g. of Britain's most northerly Golf Club).David Purchase13/06/2016
Vanessa Trig 10523, separate cairn/ wind shelter, but HP on grassy hummock behind former WW2 'Home chain' early warning radar buildings- a fascinating story of technological development. We accessed from NE over heather but it appeared there was a gravel track from the SWDenise 26/04/2016
Foot passenger w Jenx and walked from port to top of this one via pleasant lanes and sea views. Day started fine but deteriorted rapidly once we'd made the top trig, high point round back of old military building. Bit mess on top! Walked back via NE path to Lochan and t'other road into town.nordicstar03/06/2013
Early morning bag with Tricky Speirs then on to bag the other trig and 3 other TuMPs.Dugswell201/06/2013
Group of us walked up from the pier prior to an OIut Skerries etc trip - and were surprised to discover the highpoint hiding round the back of an old wartime bulding, maybe 2m higher than trig base. RHW30/05/2013
Symbister circular.Smudge28/05/2013
Parked at HU547610. According to my Explorer map the trig is 119m with natural ground nearby at 122m, not 120m as listed. Highest point is hidden behind the reservoir wall unfortunately - HU55043 61477, although this could have been the soil heap from reservoir. Good view of Noss Head.Martin R10/05/2012
Staying the night at Grieve House Camping Böd.Alex C13/09/2011
Date is first visit. RHW07/08/2002
DRS16/06/2019
curlebd14/06/2019
AndyS08/06/2019
jimbloomer08/07/2018
mae208/07/2018
RichardM26/04/2016
benalder28401/04/2014
Alan Whatley25/03/2014
GordonAdshead25/07/2013
Tony Rogers09/06/2013
jenx03/06/2013
Tricky01/06/2013
PM30/05/2013
richtea504030/05/2013
Adrian30/05/2013
bjewing30/05/2013
Colin Crawford30/05/2013
Jim.Fothergill30/05/2013
SteveG28/05/2013
GaryJones01/10/2011
iaindbrown13/07/2011
mae11/08/2010
Colin Crawford21/08/2007
chalky195321/06/2007
Arctica07/08/2002
kdbennett11/07/1986