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Name:Baildon Hill
Hill number:16423
Height:282m / 925ft
Parent (Ma):2804  Rombalds Moor [Ilkley Moor]
RHB Section:35B: The Central Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Yorkshire Dales - Southern Fells
County/UA:Bradford (UA)
Catchment:Aire
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:SE 14133 40080
Summit feature:embedded rock 1m from bench
Drop:68m
Col:214m  SE136412  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 104
(1:25k) 288N 297
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 74 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Very easy early evening stroll from car park to north. Might have biked over this about 9 years previously but not 100% sure.Wycombe Wanderer18/08/2019
From car park on Bingley road to the northmart079716/05/2019
Parked in car park to NNE SE 142 406.David Evans12/05/2019
3 of 5 on 44 mile bike ride including tinshill moor, billing hill, baildon hill, askwith moor and Lindsey moor. Great views from the topThe-Z-Man20/03/2019
Reached the trig point nice and quick from the road. Summited while geocaching. Visibility was medium today in winter but some good views of the chevin to the north.matthewgibbs17/11/2018
15 minute return journey from any of the numerous roadside parking places.moorsman20/10/2018
Baildon Hill from GR: SE 14294 40668ronaldo33320/04/2018
From the free car park to the north. With JT.Sprog02/12/2017
Great views. Free car park to north. Easy walk to summit. Solo.Dangerous Dave25/11/2017
Popular on a beautiful morning. Why do some dog owners go to the trouble of bagging their dogs excreta and then leave the bag next to the path? Filthy -----s.Campbell Singer08/11/2017
From Car park to North along track to HP and trig.PeterD05/09/2017
From Saltaire via the tramway and Crook Farm. Take the path through the campsite as the one to the west is horrendously overgrown. A nice, popular climb with excellent open views atop - could pick out Back Tor in the Peak District. Went on to do Otley Chevin and Beecroft Hill.Jake99423/07/2017
Circular 8 mile walk from Hawksworth to Basildon Moor and back!BizBoff29/04/2017
as for walker danarranc04/04/2017
2nd hill of the day (3rd log) starting in Ilkley, climbing to the Badger Stone then Rombalds Moor, the 12 Apostles, Burley Moor and then continuing before turning South on the edge of Hawksworth Moor passing Reva reservoir, Old Wood Farm, over Gill Beck, onto Sconce lane, over Baildon golf course then track and fp to the summit where about 20 Ramblers were having lunch. I explained what i was upto to some amused and bemused ladies before also having lunch & while eating made sure i stood on embedded stones near the 2 benches. I continued onwards to Idle Hill.Dazingdale04/02/2017
2 mile round from car park by east trig seeing lovely burnt out car on the moors on the way. Perfect winter weather sunny and frosty. Earlier that day bagged Ilkley Moor and later bagged The Chevin.DanTrig02/01/2017
Saltaire to Baildon. Pre-dawn & misty assent en route to meet Dugswell at Skipton.Smudge16/12/2016
17.54 sunny evening with Mindy dog.vegibagger02/10/2016
Saltaire - Roberts Park - Shipley Glen Tramway - Bracken Hall - Crook Farm - Summit & Trig - Hope Farm (great views of Saltaire)- Crook farm then hence we came.briandavies07/08/2016
Maybe some of the late 19th C workers from Titus Salt's enlightened Saltaire model village and textile mill down below in Shipley climbed up here to enjoy their encouraged recreation - or maybe they were too busy enjoying the provided education, library , reading room, gym , concert hall, billiard room or even the science laboratory (?). Site is now an UNESCO Heritage site. We took the popular amble from the car park to N. Orienteered on here years ago -criss crossing the hill.Chris Pearson25/07/2016
A quick walk up to nab the YSM on the top. Windy with good views of nowt much.Walker Dan16/02/2016
Quick visit on the way back from Ilkley Moor. Easy walk up from the car park opposite the track to the caravan site, seems popular with dog walkersthe_adam09/02/2016
Grew up in Ilkley, but but never went up here. Extensive views.ngthack11/11/2015
From car park to north.David Gradwell02/10/2015
With Jo, from Baildon: Baildon Hill then onto Baildon Moor Trig (good views). Weather, high cloud, mild, good visibility.amblerbob07/05/2015
Snow on ground, but blue skies and sunshine. On route to lunch in LeedsGordonAdshead14/01/2015
Ran up from carpark to east of Baildon.stever01/10/2014
Revisit for photo and my eleventh trig site visited today. Popular with dog walkers.Dugswell230/07/2014
Gentle amble on muddy paths from Shipley Glen to the south. Excellent views, you can even see Valley Parade!citygent16/01/2014
On highly recommended circular Hannon walk from Eldwick.Lovely day.Views 38 miles east and west according to indicater board.With Oscar.catman08/06/2013
With Catmanoscarrosie08/06/2013
A pleasant evening stroll.summitsup23/07/2012
Gentle stroll from parking area to N. Visited many times.Aye Jimmy21/04/2008
Ilkley to Guiseley via Rivock Edge and Baildon Moor (3 Trigs)Mac.Hawk27/07/2005
with Janine & Kev - date TBCdickiewren01/03/2005
RHW14/08/2004
date est. Did it during Orienteering event and many times since including several on Rombald's Stride.IanHHill10/10/1993
Climbed a few times when working for 2 years at White Cross Veterinary Hospital in Guisely, Baildon and Ilkley. Bagged a few times.Dugswell205/05/1991
Many ascents over the yearsBramley01/06/1972
Done this hill which is on my doorstep - many many timesjohnjennison06/06/1966
laurajaneireland25/12/2019
beckybags03/10/2019
A Peckish03/10/2019
salen04/08/2019
Andy West08/11/2018
GaryJones03/10/2018
coldfeet714/04/2018
Mark Sims03/07/2017
asbown23/03/2017
davechick11/03/2017