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Name:Cragg Top
Hill number:16411
Height:312m / 1024ft
Parent (Ma):2714  Burnhope Seat
RHB Section:35A: The Northern Pennines
County/UA:Durham (CoU)
Catchment:Tees, Catchment Boundaries, Wear
Watershed:Wearmouth, Tees Bay
Class:Tump (300-399m)
Grid ref:NZ 07384 23989
Summit feature:no feature: ground by wall
Col:278m  NZ058237  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 92
(1:25k) OL31E
Observations:ground 10m W at NZ 07375 23984 may be as high
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 30 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked in padlocked gateway opposite Penny Hill Farm. Up good forest track and then through gates and across pasture to top.Campbell Singer05/01/2020
by wall, adjacent to cattle troughcjo24/02/2018
Teesdale cycle ride from Hudes Hope near Colberry Gutter. Left bike at f/p to E of hill, walked to high point at E side of wall.John Lee09/11/2017
As others, footpath and across field to summit.Fisky Boy03/06/2017
With Fisky Boy.Brenda Cloke03/06/2017
Followed moorsman's description to the letter, except I ran it. Saw the 'no trespassing' sign which seemed a little out of placemadaddo01/05/2017
If you turn onto the public footpath there is a small parking area immediately to your right. Follow the treeline for a couple of fields and then head diagonally across the next one to the summit. No need to cross the wall as my GPS showed the eastern side to be higher.moorsman05/12/2014
From ESE, RoW then pasture. Rocky knoll W side of wall visited as visibility was v poor but is maybe lower than wall base.RHW29/11/2014
From N end of wood to ENE of hill. Followed f/p along N side of wood to its crest, then across field to high point by wall just N of a trough. Went over wall and electric fence to check a little knoll about 10m from wall but didn't seem any higher.Aye Jimmy09/11/2014
Parked on road by point 269. Ran up FP and veered across to top, passed interesting 'no trespassing sign, don't climb fence' sign. Ran on down the hill to FP and lane and circuit of Penny Hill, as known locally.nordicstar14/01/2014
Quick up and down from the roadpeebs30/10/2013
Squeezed in before dark and drive home to nr York at time.Chris Pearson24/06/2012
andrew brown06/02/2020
carole engel22/04/2019
Martin R30/01/2019
Dave Geere11/12/2016