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Name:Whinny Hill
Hill number:16480
Height:114m / 374ft
Parent (Ma):2714  Burnhope Seat
RHB Section:35A: The Northern Pennines
County/UA:Darlington (UA)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:NZ 32494 22344
Summit feature:no feature
Col:77m  NZ335249  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 93
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 33 users)ByDate of Ascent
Whinny Hill from GR: NZ 32478 22372ronaldo33306/07/2020
Whinny Hill from GR: NZ 32478 22372Hippster06/07/2020
Slight detour while heading north. Easy little bag!Nicky C23/06/2020
Verge parking opp ent to Hauxley Farm. Road to the farm crests a short distance along.jonglew28/04/2019
The hedge corner has been removed and there is a mound of earth there which, although man-made is higher than anywhere else. It is at 32496 22366. Highest point in the field is 32516 22338 or thereabouts.clivevilla10/09/2018
Farm entrance an easy parking spot, farm track rises slightly and served me ok as a high spot.mrs_ts710/06/2018
Crop-free and hedge-free where the lane joins the road, but snowy and muddy. The gentle convexity 20 yards diagonally from the corner of the field by the lane seems highest.Nick Down108/03/2018
Hedge impassable and crops high too. Parked up and walked along the road and lane, but no way through.madaddo08/07/2017
Squeezed through hedge as others.PeterD09/04/2017
Darkness drive by and 50m walk along track. Shame about missing trig. And so the year draws to a close.vegibagger31/12/2016
After night in Richmond a few hills circuiting the dale before route homenordicstar06/12/2016
Almost a drive by.arranc10/03/2016
Undignified & prickly access for this undemanding county completion.ngthack25/02/2016
Squeezed through hedge to gain top in cereal field and blooded knuckles.Dugswell203/05/2015
First top from Cheshire, aiming to clear off 5 countiesGordonAdshead11/03/2015
Roadside parking near entrance to Hauxley Farm. Agree high point is to E of lane. Crawl through hedge from main road about 20m E of lane entrance, then follow field edge round to R. Visible from rather distant farm. High point may be at edge or about 20m out into field.Aye Jimmy11/11/2014
From road/lane to farm. Top is clearly to east of lane not west as shown on Hillbagging. Hard thorn fence to negotiate, top is in newly sown corn field.nordicstar11/02/2014
Not summited, standing crops. Probably won't get this one as winter cereals get planted almost as soon as the last lot is harvested.fasgadh21/05/2006
Ben Rinnes12/01/2019
carole engel31/12/2018
Martin R16/04/2017
andrew brown14/02/2017
Campbell Singer08/10/2015