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Name:Lees Moor
Hill number:16650
Height:298m / 978ft
Parent (Ma):2816  Boulsworth Hill - Lad Law
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Bradford (UA)
Catchment:Aire
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:SE 05754 38510
Summit feature:no feature: pasture E side of wall
Drop:62m
Col:236m  SE050373  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 104
(1:25k) OL21N
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 24 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked to the South East on road near start of bridleway SE059383. Early morning.David Evans13/07/2019
Parked on BW. HP behind barn in pasture.PeterD13/05/2018
Parked precariously on Bingley Rd but could have pulled into wide bridleway. Rang the bell at the gate to Ashgrove Farm but no reply. Jumped over field gate and approached hp from around the back of large modern barn. I think the farmer drove past me as I returned along bridleway and gave me a wave.Campbell Singer08/11/2017
Private paddock with horsesvegibagger26/06/2017
Knocked on the door of farm to ask the nice lady's permission to enter the field where the top is. She said OK but in a resigned sort of way....IanHHill16/06/2017
as for Dugswell2arranc04/04/2017
2nd and final hill today, having climbed Nab hill from Oxenhope, i had an hour to wait in the Tea room carriage before i could take the steam train to Damems station. The guard opened up the train barriers and i was up on the track over the A629 and continue up on fp over Worth way turning Sw to follow edge of access land with great views over the valley, past two fields then i climbed over a wall SE direct for summit over two walls to visit both sides of the wall. Feels pretty exposed but no issues. Gradual descent Sw onto Worth way taking A6033 from Barcroft branching off to Haworth & finishing at Ivy Bank Lane.Dazingdale18/03/2017
Parking at the very start of the bridleway which, at this point, is gravelled. A short walk to the large, locked gates into the Farm, although there is another locked field gate a few metres further along. A delivery van arrived and opened the gate with a code. I explained to the driver why I was there. He had completed the Pennine Way last year and asked me if I would like to assist with the delivery! Took me to the house where I accidentally got lost and finished up on the top!moorsman17/02/2017
Arrived early, nobody home so just a quick run across from the bridleway as others.the_adam23/12/2016
With Darren. Main house largely hidden by large barn and trees. Carbon copy of Aye Jimmy's route and feelings, although does carbon copy paper still exist - not used it for years - or should it be copy and paste of...Chris Pearson25/07/2016
Penultimate Bradford completion hill.ngthack11/11/2015
The whole family was there and very friendly. The eldest son took me to the highest spot by the wall and also the small mound on the west side just in case. Very friendly horses did their best to get into the picture!Alan Caine19/10/2015
Seems to be the traditional Bradford tump completion. Not party material though. Dark by the time I got here.RHW17/04/2015
Summit in sheep field beside Ashcroft Farm.Dugswell221/11/2014
Bridleway to Ashcroft Farm, around back of a barn and behind houses, gate into field with horses, felt trespassy, didn't linger...Aye Jimmy17/03/2014
carole engel09/12/2017
GaryJones09/11/2016
Adrian30/10/2016
stevent080930/07/2016
andrew brown26/05/2016
nylthewheel03/06/2015
GordonAdshead15/11/2014
Martin R07/04/2014
David Bell19/08/2008