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Name:Warsett Hill
Hill number:16907
Height:166m / 545ft
Parent (Ma):2832  Gisborough Moor
RHB Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:Redcar and Cleveland (CoU)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Class:Tump (100-199m), Clem
Grid ref:NZ 69209 21429
Summit feature:banking a few metres NW of trig point
Col:116m  NZ690174  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 94
(1:25k) OL26N 306
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 44 users)ByDate of Ascent
With Anna on circular walk from Saltburn.citygent02/10/2019
Up from Brotton, down to Saltburn. Great views.Moorponder21/09/2019
From golf club car park.jonglew06/09/2019
On a walk from Saltburn rail station to Hummersea, along cliff tops - visited Warsett Hill on return. Hummersea steps are still a disappointment, with the storm damaged metal steps at the bottom of the cliff & the lower wooden steps very iffy.ger23/01/2019
Parked in large golf club cp. Gentle walk to summit with great coastal views. Returned and had lunch at golf club. Very obliging friendly staff. Sadly, the path to Hill was once again littere with bagged dog muck. Seems to be common practice in these parts.Campbell Singer08/08/2018
Simple stroll from hotel carpark; first stop on way down to the Mega in Yorkshire.agentmancuso03/08/2018
Staithes Saltburn coastpath diversionraymondwilkes01/07/2018
From Golf Club Car Park onto ROW and into field. Thanks to Golf Club for permission to park etc.Ramblingpaul11/05/2018
Past the Huner golf course hoards on ROW. To the glorious trigged viewpoint and yet another flush bracket S4253 with Natalie Imbruglia birthday numbers 78th birthday on her Trig Walk of Life...!vegibagger21/04/2018
From the golf course into a 55mph head wind. Kept our heads down.summitter17/03/2018
Cool sunny walk up from south.Dugswell226/11/2017
13.6 mile day covering East Cleveland tops - Beacon Moor, Hob Hill, Warsett Hill, Rockhole Hill. A fine ascent from Saltburn amidst the gorse, breezy on top. Very breezy.mrs_ts725/11/2017
From Golf Club to the South along FP. HP near trig.PeterD07/04/2017
A very pleasant afternoon stroll from Saltburn along the cliff path, even if it was a touch windy.Gill11/01/2017
from Saltburn-on-the-Sea, along the Cleveland Way, past Guibal Fanhouse and over Warsett back through fieldsjoseph mitchell11/08/2016
From Saltburn - along cliffs past Brough House farm and through the Cow fields to reach the trig and nearby summit (a hasty retreat as thunder threatened).briandavies24/07/2016
Here for the trigpoint. TP:UK log: Parked at golf course and followed the higher path up to the trig. Terrific views of the sea cliffs. Greeted by some very friendly cows on the way.thejackrustles09/07/2016
Managed to park in last spot at Hotel to SGordonAdshead03/07/2016
Circular National Trust walk from Saltburn on mild,mostly cloudy,day.First field to south-east after crossing railway line unmown and ungrazed.Hard work.Fine views from summit.With Bridget and Oscar.catman19/06/2016
With Bridget and Catman.oscarrosie19/06/2016
With Catman and Oscar.rosiebridge19/06/2016
Parked at golf club. Splendid coast & industrial views.ngthack24/02/2016
Nice walk up from the golf course along the edge of the wheat fields to this one, with good views out to sea and up and down the coast. Pleasantly warm today.Walker Dan30/08/2015
Drove through houses at N end of Brotton to golf club and parked just past last building and above golfers' carpark. Large track led N above golf course to stile, then cow fields to trig.Aye Jimmy24/07/2014
plenty of parking in Brotton, then a 20 minute walk.moorsman31/10/2013
Climbed whilst walking the coast.meltdiceburg26/07/2013
Supervising Gold D of E group -which involved driving around in the minibus meeting them from time to time, giving me time to dart about fitting in nearby peaks.Footpath past golf course to trig.Chris Pearson02/04/2012
Walked up coast from Saltburn up to the trig on top, nice views along the coast and of the heavy industry north.DanTrig29/08/2011
pleasant summit, fine view. gold cse access rd then FP N from golf cse RHW28/09/2002
Andy West13/08/2019
Barbara Singer08/08/2018
carole engel29/04/2013
john steel13/05/2009
Martin R31/12/1999