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Name:Dine Holm Scar
Hill number:16374
Height:414m / 1358ft
Parent (Ma):2714  Burnhope Seat
RHB Section:35A: The Northern Pennines
County/UA:Durham (CoU)
Catchment:Tees
Class:Tump (400-499m)
(Tu,4)
Grid ref:NY 86797 28460
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:45m
Col:369m  NY871292  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 91 92
(1:25k) OL19N OL31W
Observations:top 500m N may be as high
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 33 users)ByDate of Ascent
Had meant to do this a couple of years ago, but held off until the access restrictions were lifted. Checked last night and all seemed good. So, much as others have done, parked up by the gate to the NE and made my way clockwise to the next gate, through the col and onto the summit, then back via a quick peek at the quarry workings. All done comfortably within 20 minutes (running).madaddo10/07/2019
Verge parking N side road at NY 8734 2921carole engel22/04/2019
Delighted to be with 20 great friends to celebrate Richard's 60th birthday. Perfect snowy sunny weather and they all looked like they enjoyed themselves. From Langdon Beck YH and the on to High Force.small grassy summit; also visited High Knott to North , of similar height.Denise 04/02/2018
Richard M's b'day weekend. From Langdon Beck then along S bank for great views of High Force following River Tees back to bridge at Cronkley. Snow showers and some sunshine!zoob04/02/2018
My 60th Birthday TUMP in company of 20 friends. Unlikely this small grassy summit has ever seen so many people all at once! Snow, sunshine and calm, a fine little hill with good views.RichardM04/02/2018
Parked at NY 87350 29750 on grass verge. Followed path SE then S turning W at pathe junction. Through gatè in wall to small col. SW over tussock thŕough gate to high point. Good views, worthwhile top.John Lee04/11/2017
From cp on B6277 at Forest in Teesdale. Past Wat Garth & Hill End then horrendous route over barbed wire fences & deep bracken. Down the route that everybody else used, which is a doddle. How could I think I knew better than the likes of Aye Jimmy et al.ngthack25/10/2016
Parked as per moorsman. Visited lower northern top ( High Knott) first then onto summit.Fisky Boy07/05/2016
With Fisky BoyBrenda Cloke07/05/2016
Approached as previous two loggers; boggy bit frozen. Nice summit. Across to lesser summit 240m away and views into large quarry - if you like that sort of thing.Aye Jimmy04/01/2015
Parked on the verge as Moorsman suggests. Through the gate and followed track to the left into Access Land. Reasonably firm going until through the wall and over the col to lower ground below. Tussock and wet. Jogged through at dusk to last gate and the high point. Lights and noise from quarry not so good. Back same way, quite complex ground. Dark back at car by 5pm.nordicstar03/11/2014
Parking possible if you pull onto the wide verge just east of the entrance driveway of the house opposite the start of the bridleway. Follow the path clockwise as this give a clear view of the gate through the wall. Good viewpoint,moorsman20/09/2014
Last of 3 peaks done solo at dusk / dark on a lovely Fri evening after work nr York. Track then weaved up around quarry, over wall, tussocks and grass run to far hillock. back asap same way drove up onto the moors, found layby and slept in my car ready for early bagging next day into firing ranges before the army had had breakfastChris Pearson10/06/2012
attractive summit & view. track from NE then gate & open fell RHW25/04/2004
Anton26/08/2019
Adrian21/04/2019
clique18/08/2018
jimbloomer29/06/2018
andrew brown29/06/2018
GaryJones20/05/2018
mae11/09/2017
Laurel12/06/2017
Rowan12/06/2017
DC11main14/04/2017
Dave Geere10/12/2016
MM13/07/2016
richtea504025/06/2016
Louise25/06/2016
ajwxyzt25/06/2016
maknipe23/01/2014
peebs16/01/2014
pwithnall13/09/2012
andrew.allum01/01/2000