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Name:Weighton Wold
Hill number:16915
Height:146m / 479ft
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)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:SE 91074 41629
Summit feature:trig point on edge of field
Drop:36m
Col:110m  SE943392  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 106
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 47 users)ByDate of Ascent
on a walk around Market Weighton, Wolds Way, Sancton area.joseph mitchell23/05/2019
From the long layby on the A1079 immediately S; over field gate. Trig pillar maybe at the HP, or might be on the field boundary. Chanced upon the co-located (unsecured) ROC post - couldn't resist a peak inside.jonglew26/09/2018
Bike ride from Brough to Howden via 4 Tumps.IanHHill29/03/2018
Tump bagging afternoon from holiday cottage near Bridlington. Trig short muddy walk from layby on main road.citygent27/03/2018
With Coel & Sail after a training run at Pocklington Canal.Dangerous Dave24/09/2017
Short walk from the road. Good viewMoorponder19/08/2017
An easy Tump and trig bag from the lay-by with Smudge.Dugswell217/12/2016
Car bagging with Dugswell.Smudge17/12/2016
Revisit as the last time there was a thunderstorm taking place. Good parking directly alongside the access path. Short walk through an easy to open gate. Trig appears the highest natural ground though other man made features are higher.moorsman25/09/2016
Parked at lay by. Just a few yards into field. Bunker is higher than tp but reservoir is even higher!!Campbell Singer21/04/2016
Easy approach to the triangulation pillar from the layby. Resisted the temptation to climb down the ladder into the nearby bunker as I forgot to bring a torch.yorkie18/01/2016
From road. The bunker is an ROC Cold War nuclear monitoring post. Other Tumps with these on, are Mellor Moor (16726) & Church Hill nearby at Holme on Spalding Moor.ngthack20/12/2015
Stroll from nearby lay byRamblingpaul20/09/2015
From lay by with A,C and DPeterD20/09/2015
on way to Cave Woldnordicstar30/07/2015
From the lay-by.JohnStoneham25/05/2015
Strolled up from nearby lay-by.Good views to North-east.catman03/05/2015
Solo.Dangerous Dave19/03/2015
Easy stroll from very convenient laybyBramley27/09/2014
Easy stroll from convenient parking layby.Minto18/08/2014
About 100m walk from road towards mast and trig near side of cornfield. Bunker nearby and Arras water reservoir were both higher.Aye Jimmy14/08/2014
Parked on lane by Methodist church at SE 89923 39310. Took bridleway for some 2km NE between crop and sheep fields, then RoW NNW, and up to gate on busy A1079. Unlocked gate leads to trig in wheat field, overtopped by manmade mound to east and covered reservoir to west near aerial. Returned by outward route.Man of Kernow125/06/2014
After visiting the trig point I had a wander around, including to the opposite side of the road, as a half felt the high point was over there.Father Ted19/01/2014
DIVERSION OFF INTO THE FIELD FOR THE TRIG, NOT KNOWING AT THE TIME THAT IT WAS ALSO A TUMP. SLIGHT CURVE ON WESTERN FACING TOP OF THE TRIGvegibagger07/06/2013
RHW12/09/2004
Easy approach from the layby on A1079. Cluttered summit area with covered reservoir, transmitter masks, cold war bunker and a triangulation pillar! Was only interested in the trig pillar at the time and didn't realize this was a Tump.yorkie18/11/2001
car bagging - A1079 a regularly used road in the late 1980spwheelerblank
Ben Rinnes28/03/2018
Alan Caine16/12/2017
peebs27/11/2017
thenomad16/10/2017
Wycombe Wanderer20/09/2017
Martin R04/03/2017
andrew brown13/02/2017
Adrian07/02/2016
stevent080906/02/2016
Mark Sims10/09/2015
GordonAdshead12/12/2014
Jacqdaw15/08/2014
Hillsidenick15/08/2014
Dusty05/05/2013
lenman11/03/2012
carole engel07/03/2012
asbown01/11/2011
Rowan17/10/2009
Laurel17/10/2009
mnixon05/02/1997