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Name:High Hunsley Wold
Hill number:16910
Height:163m / 535ft
Parent (Ma):2833  Bishop Wilton Wold
RHB Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:Yorkshire E Riding (CoU)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SE942350 (est)
Col:128m  SE963344  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 106
(1:25k) 293
Comments:Summit relocated from trig August 2013. Old maps indicate ground 200m E at SE944350 may be as high
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 49 users)ByDate of Ascent
Good off road parking at masts. Busy fast road.mart079716/03/2019
1 of 5 on 38.3 mile bike ride including great wold, high hunsley wold, south field old GR, south field and east mount. Following on from great wold continued along Yorkshire wold way had to hop over fence where there were clear signs of private no entry to reach trigThe-Z-Man06/01/2019
Pulled in at SE 9467 3509, a bit further W would have been better at ent to covered resr. Track at E side of resr opens out into a large arable field. Walked W towards distant field boundary. Probably walked over the HP somewhere but difficult to say with any certainty.jonglew26/09/2018
Bike ride from Brough to Howden via 4 TumpsIanHHill29/03/2018
Park in mast access track to eastcarole engel25/11/2017
Parked at crossroads and walked along the lane and to the high point in the recently mowed field.Wycombe Wanderer20/09/2017
Boo to the Drewton estate.Martin R04/03/2017
Parked near mast,then along road for 75 yards or so to opening into first field.Followed hedge west to next massive field-top could be anywhere.Also visited trig.With Oscar.catman20/12/2016
With Catman.oscarrosie20/12/2016
Parked on the road verge to visit the likely summit alternatives with Smudge including the trig point. The summit plateau is very flat. Cheese and crackers to celebrate Yorkshire E Riding (CoU) completion.Dugswell217/12/2016
Car bagging with Dugswell.Smudge17/12/2016
Parked at start of FP on very busy road. Summit seems indeterminate.Campbell Singer21/04/2016
Visited the high point of field to the south of High Hunsley Beacon then headed across to the trig point.yorkie18/02/2016
From road by beacon.ngthack20/12/2015
With Sail & Alfie.Dangerous Dave17/12/2015
Part of Rudolphs rompGadie05/12/2015
Parked by beacon and walked into field opposite.Ramblingpaul20/09/2015
Went to Beacon, field and mast.PeterD20/09/2015
Drive by on way to Bishop Burton from Bisley.Minto13/08/2015
with Cave Woldnordicstar30/07/2015
Re-visit to the trig pillar and then the field oppositevegibagger11/07/2015
Solo.Dangerous Dave16/05/2015
looks like a few options for the top for me. Not sure opposite the beacon is any higher than the mast. Man playing bagpipes near to mast??Bramley27/09/2014
Parked on verge by 'High Hunsley Beacon'. Decided summit was verge on other side of road rather than field.Aye Jimmy14/08/2014
Parked to the east on a side road past the mast and then walked back along the verge on this busy road to the high point and then the nearby trig point. High point probably just off road to south, opposite side to the beacon.Father Ted18/01/2014
Second visit 07/02/2016. Still think think it's not the new summit.Adrian10/11/2013
Day 2 of Wolds Wayjedthehumanoid02/10/2007
During walk from South Cavecitygent12/09/2007
Passed the top at 2am one summer's night. The OS were actually surveying using the trig point. A fascinating few minutes.moorsman09/09/1999
done on High Hunsley Circuitjoseph mitchell24/04/1988
Date not known - done on Rudolph's Rompjohnjennison06/06/1966
by car,also used path down to Weedley Dale, which is good.pwheelerblank
Ben Rinnes07/02/2018
Alan Caine16/12/2017
andrew brown13/02/2017
The Parkers18/09/2016
Walking puggle29/04/2016
Mark Sims23/07/2015
Gavin Wakefield12/09/2014