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Name:Fylingdales Moor
Hill number:16882
Height:235m / 771ft
Parent (Ma):2830  Urra Moor - Round Hill
RHB Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:North Yorkshire (CoU)
Catchment:Esk (Whitby), Catchment Boundaries
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:NZ 90006 02706
Summit feature:small grassy mound near upright stone
Col:203m  NZ899017  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 94
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 33 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked at May Beck cp. Through forest to cross and trig. Onto Lilla cross and Fylingdales moor top.Argentum6623/10/2019
Long approach from Littlebeck. Very thin path through bracken from road at May BeckColin Crawford19/09/2019
From Littlebeck. Parking at village hall - £1 in honesty box. Lovely walk through the woods to May Beck car park, then footpath to summit. With Alfie.Dangerous Dave21/03/2019
Walked up from Raw, past the emerging potash mine. Easy walk up from the B road via a good path, then a brackeny descent to May Beck.mrs_ts720/10/2018
Parked above New May Beck then walked along the Coast to Coast path en route to Fylingdales Moor on an icy and sunny morning with wellies a great choice of footwear.Dugswell225/11/2017
Clockwise walk in thin cloud with Joska de Langen and Megan Etheridgevegibagger17/09/2017
Too much bracken on the route from the road-end CP, so used the coast to coast path higher up.mae12/07/2017
From w, zigzag path to summit starts short way up road to NRHW02/04/2016
Mrs Anchovy deposited me at the CP at NZ855026 and ten miles later I was picked up from Robin Hood's Bay having visited Stony Leas and Fylingdales Moor (Shooting House Rigg). Cold, grey dayHerbert Anchovy01/04/2016
With Jo, circular walk from road opposite Whinstone Ridge cp (cp being used at moment for storing road materials): Sleights Moor then NW to trig, then moor and tracks eastwards to Littlebeck, then onto Fylingdales Moor, then turning south on track to Stony Leas Louven Howe (top and 2 trigs), before returning NW along deep rutted wet track to car. Weather; sunny, mild, moderate visibility.amblerbob13/03/2016
Parked just before New May Beck where Coast to Coast crosses. Large track goes S and curves around and up to gate on hilltop, behind which is summit.Aye Jimmy24/07/2014
With Billy and Andy from Louven Howesmick08/10/2013
Known locally as Shooting House Rigg. Fylingdales Moor itself reaches almost 1000ft further south. Easy parking alongside the Maybecks road close to the track up towards the summit. Pass through two gates onto the open access area and follow the track to the summit. Very difficult to identify the actual top. Lots of other spots appear higher until you actually climb, them then look back to where you have come from to see you have gone downhill!moorsman12/08/2013
Parked at May Beck & climbed steepish footpath to remaains of john Crosscitygent11/09/2012
During LDWA Challenge eventIanHHill25/08/2012
Walked over on way to Stony Leas, didn't realise it was a hill.DanTrig28/08/2011
En route to Louven How from Low Moor caravan site.Walker Dan30/08/2008
On John Merrill's North Yorkshire Moors Challenge Walkrfoster27/08/1989
Started at the Flask Inn. Walked to Ugglebarnby then on to Whitby.ChrisR24/05/1987
Martin R23/01/2017
carole engel28/08/2010
Hal & Rafeblank