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Name:High Hill
Hill number:16386
Height:399m / 1309ft
Parent (Ma):2788  Fountains Fell
RHB Section:35B: The Central Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Yorkshire Dales - Southern Fells
County/UA:North Yorkshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (300-399m)
Grid ref:SD 83336 63647
Summit feature:mossy rock on large knoll
Col:358m  SD831640  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 98
(1:25k) OL2S OL41E
Observations:ground 230m SW at SD 83153 63511 and 180m SSE at SD 83250 63486 are both lower
Survey:Abney level
Comments:marginal Abney survey result supported by LIDAR analysis
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 62 users)ByDate of Ascent
From High Hill Lane. Warrendale Knotts first, then a walk along Stockdale Lane.jonglew23/04/2019
With Jo, from Settle. Ascended by road to south of hill then steeply up track to summit area. Descended over Sugar Loaf Hill and by the Malham to Settle public footpath. Weather; sunny, cool breeze, good visibility.amblerbob07/10/2018
After a lay of of drizzle and looking bit brighter, as soon as I got on hillside wisps of Scotch mist n drizzle ate lashed into my face. Inappropriate leg wear of nabs were soon soakedvegibagger18/09/2018
Early evening, overcast, humid, breezy. Route 1 from south. On to Warrendale Knotts.Wycombe Wanderer12/08/2018
Evening walk from Settle over Warrendale Knotts and High Hill.Mark Jackson30/07/2018
carole engel21/04/2018
1st of 6 tumps from Settle to Malham YHA, climbing up through Upper Settle then using cycle route 68, veering off at SD82567 63424, heading North then NE then SE to reduce the gradient before heading directly to the summit. Fantastic scenery, especially to the North with the Attermire Scars; great to be back in this part of the world since 2008 with my daughter (Settle and Malham). Descent SE to pick up Pennine Bridleway at Stockdale lane then over the knoll of Low Halsteads to reach open access land, heading for Rye Loaf Hill.Dazingdale24/03/2018
High Hill > Warrendale Knotts > Warrendale Knotts trig from GR: SD 83574 63036ronaldo33303/12/2017
Steep descent from the south side.IanHHill28/11/2017
Ascended by following the path off Stockdale Lane as far as the gate to get the right side of wall.JohnW03/10/2017
Andy West16/07/2017
SoloAimless Rambler30/04/2017
1/7 First of Seven (High Hill/Warrendale Knotts/Grizedales/Kirkby Fell/Rye Loaf Hill/Bowland Knotts/Easington Fell)Fergalh04/03/2017
It appears that I identified the correct summit .... phew! Parking immediately beyond the stock pens at the start of Stockdale Lane (alt 297m). Down the lane for a short distance to a stile into the field. Follow the path all the way up to the col where a track leads to the summit. Really is not worth trying to short cut it as there is a nasty wall to climb on the direct line.4.5km return to include Warrendale Knotts. 80 minutesmoorsman18/02/2017
High Hill -> Warrendale Knotts -> Grizedales -> Kirkby Fell -> Rye Loaf Hill, parking at roadside 837629. Cold and foggy, but at least the bogs were partly frozen over at the top! Planned to park up by Stockdale farm as others and do it as 2 shorter walks - note that there are private road/no vehicles signs at the start of Stockdale Lane. It's a very good parking spot up there for anyone braver than me though :)the_adam21/01/2017
As an alternative, after trying to do Parson's Pulpit & the High Marks. Snow too deep.ngthack20/11/2016
Climbed from Hellifield along with Newton Moorrobert23/05/2016
Re-visit on 14/5/17 to bag re-located summit.Alan Caine25/03/2016
From SE with Warrendale Knottsjimbloomer22/03/2016
Settle Blacks Plantation Scaleber Force Rye Loaf Hill Stockdale Lane Grizedales Outside Back Scar Attermire High Hill SettleAndy Hirst10/02/2016
Warrendale Knotts and High Hill from Settle. Fine limestone scenery.RobertP05/09/2015
Parked on High Hill Lane for quick bag on a sunny lunch time.Dugswell204/09/2015
High Hillkeithouk01/03/2015
From Langcliffe - good car park. High Hill (there's a former gate, now fenced, at 832468 (west side of the wall)to avoid climbing the wall on ascent, and access back to the right of way by descending north east between the converging walls, Warrendale Knotts, Rye Loaf Hill, Kirkby Fell, Grizedales, Black Hill, Langcliffe.ijpowell04/09/2014
With Catman.oscarrosie14/05/2014
Strolled up from High Hill Lane on beautiful sunny morning.Went up right hand side of wall.Tremendous views today.With Oscar.catman14/05/2014
Dave Geere06/04/2014
Parked on minor road out of Settle towards Airton. Set off towards Attermire Scar, then hung a left. Official summit is rocky limestone ridge but better viewpoint is a little further to the W and looks just as high.Aye Jimmy10/02/2014
After Dewey's to East used FP to skirt crags and scramble onto Warrendale. Finale on Sugar Loaf as wind briskness increases. Good circuit.nordicstar01/09/2013
Pre prandial walk with Andy T.Smudge31/08/2013
Climbed with Smudge. We took the track between High Hill and Warrendale Knotts. A gate gave access to the summit area.Sprog31/08/2013
A quick up and down by the fence from the roadside while my girlfriend waited. Very steep but the views were a nice reward.Jake99421/07/2013
Edwin Gradwell26/05/2013
A gorgeous morning after mist and drizzle on Kirkby Fell Top (my last English Dewey at 5.30am) Up to Warrendale Knotts (400m top)from Settle -good path most of way. Added the 300m top of High Hill and jog down to SettleChris Pearson19/05/2012
From pay & display car park in Settle. A circular walk including Warrendale Knotts W Top, Warrendale Knotts, Sugar Loaf Hill and High Hill.David Gradwell02/03/2010
pleasant hill, v fine view, great limest scenery. from f/p to E RHW05/10/2003
Martin R31/12/1999
3 of 3: From Moughton via cafe at Horton then over to Dale Head and Knowl Fell TP. Down to Settle.ChrisR09/04/1989