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Name:Holme Wood Hill
Hill number:16763
Height:190m / 623ft
Parent (Ma):2815  Fair Snape Fell
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Lancashire (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SD 53115 48889
Summit feature:no feature: grass
Col:156m  SD533491  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 102
(1:25k) OL41W
Observations:flat summit area
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 45 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked at cp to the east. Easy pasture walk and on to Nicky Nook as others avoiding the rhododendrons.Campbell Singer13/01/2020
Good parking, then along good track. Summit on old wall linecjo24/11/2019
Parked at Grizedale bridge to East, then followed path, not all on a RoW. Testing out painful ankle,(OK) en route to Slaidburn YH. Summit rough grass dome, good views N on a damp grey day. Onto Nicky Nook.Denise 22/11/2019
Excellent parking in a small carpark due east of the summit. Here a path starts heading directly towards a gated wall. This takes the path into the summit field which is fence and obstruction free.moorsman08/03/2019
Scorton - Nicky Nook - HOLME WOOD HILL - Barnacre Moor - Grizedale. Very flat summit area.citygent18/02/2019
Started from Grizedale Bridge. To the open top of this one, then on to Nickey Nook. From here on to Barnacre MoorWayne Mac14/02/2019
Circuit from Grizedale Bridge - easy grassy slope up this one. Then back down to ffotpath heading north-west towards Fell End.JOHNS04/01/2019
From Grizedale Bridge on a dull,overcast afternoon-first easy saunter up Holme Wood Hill,then on to Barnacre Moor along good track beginning at side of reservoir.Think I parked next to JOHNS and saw him(them?) ascending this hill! With Oscar.catman04/01/2019
With Catman.oscarrosie04/01/2019
Parked at Grizedale Bridge and followed the right of way,before leaving to ascend easily to the pasture summit. Walk continued to Nicky Nook. With JT and HT.Sprog07/10/2018
easy path up but was charged at by a cow had to step back at last second and cow thundered past to a calf that i never even saw never mind got close tocolinfielding02/09/2018
Weather fair.MountainMac25/08/2018
With Jo, from Grizedale Bridge: Holme Wood Hill and Nicky Nook. Weather; sunny at first with good visibility, but later misty conditions towards the coast prevailed thereby restricting views westward.amblerbob11/01/2018
On way back to grizedale bridge cp from Nicky NookLongwojo06/12/2017
Easily up from CP near cattle grid. Along bridleway then up grassy slope to unremarkable topBramley25/08/2017
up from car park straight after cattle grid. nice straight forward walk.bevandy11425/05/2017
This and Barnacre Moorbardolph06/04/2017
Short walk from E, pleasant open grassy summitRobertP05/02/2017
From Grizedale Bridge CP. Solo.ADT26/11/2016
From car park to Ejimbloomer22/09/2016
Sun and cloud, quite humid. Short and sweet.Wycombe Wanderer17/07/2016
From parking area near Grizedale Bridge. Easy stroll to Summit then on to Nicky Nook.mart079729/01/2016
From Grizedale Bridge with Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie. Access might not be difficult but we got chased down the hill by an angry farmer!Dangerous Dave24/01/2016
Last hill on Nicky Nook triangle.ngthack19/07/2015
As others from parking spot to ENE at SD 53570 49097. Take bridleway initially then easy grassy terrain straight up to summit.David Gradwell24/04/2015
From E, car parkRHW21/03/2015
Parked to ENE, easy walk to a very undistinguished flattish summitAye Jimmy07/09/2014
Quite a bit of parking just north of the cattle grid. There is a track to the summit with no access issues. The summit area is reasonably level, 53118 48884 appears as high as any.JohnStoneham24/08/2014
Added in to a circuit of Nicky Nook.Martin R06/04/2014
From the road to the east - easy walk in a lovely area.Alan Caine16/06/2013
Easy bag after parking car to the NE. A P36 hill with a view towards Nicky Nook. Photo on Geograph.Dugswell223/01/2012
Ben Rinnes27/01/2020
carole engel01/09/2018
George Gradwell24/04/2015
Edwin Gradwell24/04/2015
Mark Sims21/10/2014