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Name:Thwaite Scars
Hill number:16382
Height:408m / 1339ft
Parent (Ma):2780  Ingleborough
RHB Section:35B: The Central Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Yorkshire Dales - Southern Fells
County/UA:North Yorkshire (CoU)
Catchment:Lune
Class:Tump (400-499m)
(Tu,4)
Grid ref:SD 76288 70892
Summit feature:largest of many cairns
Drop:31m
Col:377m  SD766719  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 98
(1:25k) OL2W
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 55 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
A lovely circular walk from Clapham with Alfie.Dangerous Dave25/03/2019
Completed whilst Ingleborough circular from Clapham. With Lizgavopeo17/03/2019
Sunsetvegibagger09/12/2018
nice easy summit to hitmy-list22/06/2018
Cairn has been demolished and scatteredraymondwilkes13/06/2018
Thwaite Scars from GR: SD 76722 68408ronaldo33311/02/2018
Walked with daughter Rosey from Clapham to Gaping Gill and then to this hill. Strong wind and sharp rain made the Limestone Pavement a bit tricky.IanHHill24/12/2017
A 2nd visit. With L and Martha the spaniel from Austwick on a 4 hour circuit through a limestone pavement wonderland around Crumuckdale. A lovely warm sunny morning. Lazed at the summit cairn having a bite until Martha's uncharacteristic barking hinted it was time to be moving again.Chris Pearson27/10/2017
Feizor Thwaite, Smearsett Scar, hwaite Scars, Ingleboroughkeithouk27/08/2017
From Moughton and back to Crummack Lane.Wycombe Wanderer12/07/2017
Parked alongside the final gate on the dead-end road north from Austwick (alt 231m). Room for 2 cars. Walked along to the open access field and headed diagonally across towards the summit. Confronted with a difficult wall atop a scar so had to follow this north until it became a fence and thereby climbable. Pehaps not the best way. However the said wall easily leads down to Crummack.moorsman18/02/2017
As Jim Bloomer. Visited the Norber Erratics at last after 60 years. When I was a little lad, my bedtime reading was Kendall & Wroot's Geology of Yorkshire. I vowed to visit the erratics one day. Never thought it would take me so long.ngthack13/07/2016
After Park Fell, Simon Fell & Ingleborough from layby north of Selside. Continued to Moughton, downhill over convenient steps in wall by shelter at SD766705. Nice walled in paths/tracks across valley to steep ascent to Moughton.mart079724/04/2016
A great hill to complete Topo section Q07Alan Caine25/03/2016
SR, PS, DM, CRFrank06/02/2016
From the road end N of Austwick with Moughton. Stayed on the high ground in a 3.5 hour horseshoe. Past the famous Norber erratics. World class limestone and a world class classic geological site https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norber_erratics . Not much like it outside o' Yorkshire. Contiguous gem.jimbloomer19/09/2015
Parked beside St James' Church then headed up Thwaite Lane which passes through two short tunnels that the owner of Ingleborough Hall had built about 150 years ago for servants and privacy. Left at the next lane junction to head north until a gate beside some pens where a route upwards to Thaite Scars is obvious with on wall crossing. Then pick your cairn on a flattish but undulatiing limestone grassland upland.Dugswell204/09/2015
Clapham circular during CMC reunion meet - only SG accompanied me to the less frequented tops.Smudge01/08/2015
With Jo, linear walk from Austwick via Thwaite Scars to Clapham. Weather; sunny, cool breeze, good visibility.amblerbob14/02/2015
Quick up and down. Last 1000ft hill in this area.peebs05/06/2014
From Clapham through tunnels behind St James' Church and up bridleway. Along lane until convenient gate at sheep pens allows access to hill. Many cairns on flattish top, largest one has it for me.Aye Jimmy30/03/2014
Circular walk from Austwick via Crummack and later Norber.Glorious sun with great visibility but cold wind.Superb limestone scenery.With Oscar.catman07/03/2014
With Catman.oscarrosie07/03/2014
Watched Lynn in start of 3 Peaks cylco cross then circuit with Lesley from Selside (Pennine Hut where L had once cycled to from Leeds) Passed Alum Pot and steeply up to Park fell -slanting descent SE cross country and out skirting across limestone pavements to Moughton -looped back and down across valley (mostly on fps)to climb to Thwaite Scars -down Dales High Way and up Smearset Scar -back along river to Horton (and hitched a lift to car)Chris Pearson26/09/2011
Clapham - Gaping Gill - Ingleborough - Simon Fell - Juniper Gulf - Norber Boulders - Clapham. Very good circuit on a great mountain.Mark Jackson08/09/2007
With Ingleborough & Simon Fell from ClaphamDavid Gradwell12/10/2003
fine limest hill (rainstorm); fine E frontage. from Wharfe b/w, direct ascent from gate @ 771707, scramble up low crag RHW05/10/2003
I,ve been over 'Norber' 4 or 5 times. This was the first, I think. In improving weather it says in my log and a 1720 hrs start- that is, I was coming off Ingleborough and fancied a hill with views. The erratic boulders are famous.pwheeler29/05/1974
Rambling Ray25/05/2019
m0untain_n0mad11/02/2019
carole engel28/12/2018
Anton19/05/2018
mae11/11/2017
trianglegirl14/06/2017
greenandblue14/06/2017
IainT24/02/2017
poppiesrara13/03/2016
Dave Geere02/08/2015
SteveG01/08/2015
MM25/07/2015
douglas83513/06/2015
softsquare01/05/2015
Northender03/06/2014
pwithnall20/01/2013
hughbagger23/05/2012
Nick Caunt03/05/2012
Martin R19/05/2007
tomandivy03/01/2005
Edwin Gradwell12/10/2003
citygent02/09/2002