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Name:The Hawk
Hill number:19235
Height:216m / 709ft
Parent (Ma):2634  The Old Man of Coniston [Coniston Old Man]
RHB Section:34D: Southern Cumbria
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Duddon
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:SD 24095 92334
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:31m
Col:185m  SD241925  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 96
(1:25k) OL6N
Observations:ground 10m N is just lower
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 22 users)ByDate of Ascent
From small foresty car park (SD 2392 9198), up through woods, lot of dead bracken.jonglew29/11/2019
RevisitDave Geere05/11/2019
From forest track to N - easy navigation, but yet more ruff-n-tuff terrain. Descended to the settlement - then tempted by relatively open terrain to the SE, but it led to a very very steep descent through trees, dense ferns and brambles - not recommended.Isbjorn15/10/2019
5/6 Parked just up the minor road towards quarry from Torver. Wide parking space about 300 yards up this narrow road. Walk back down a few yards and through gate on left takes you up to Banks. Then work across to High Pike Haw and skirt above Quarry fencing to get to Lag Bank. Then a bit of rough ground crossed walking South then South East to pick up forest tracks and work round to just North of The Knott. Find a ride up to top of here and come back down, then continue on this forest track to join more major track heading down to pick up path to The Hawk. Used little orienteering trail path (clipper number 4) for 100 yards then hand a left to get up to summit of The Hawk easily. Then back crossing bridge Appletree Worth where deserted properties can be seen, then up on footpath to join forest tracks up to the road and picked up Bracelet Moor on way back to car. 5 hours cos of the rough ground.nickywood102/08/2019
From forest road to northColin Crawford02/03/2019
Started with Bracelet Moor, then a walk through from south of The Hawk, over Knott and then onto Lag Bank and Banks before crossing the main road and picking up three remaining Torvor Common Tumps. A great amble with Bryher.jenx10/02/2019
Easy walk up from track to east. Solo.Dangerous Dave01/07/2018
The Hawk from GR: SD 23919 91974ronaldo33324/09/2017
From The Knott from Track to north only a few yards. Some felling on this flank muddy tracks. Great Spot, lovely views. Ancient settlement under top. Camped in forest edge a few yards from top Rib Eye steak cooked on the biolite wood stove lovely!mick17/12/2016
From S, car park, walked up road, easy ascent E to summit, descended S to path and W back to car park. With RickRHW04/12/2016
From Car Park at foot. Up track then steep cut up hill, bracken and knobbly rock tops. Good southern aspect. With RHWnordicstar04/12/2016
Up from east and down west. Still evidence of what must have been a substantial settlement with views southpeebs24/11/2016
As WW directly up brambly hill from 'The Hawk' carpark; better to walk up lane for 150m then ascend. Either way leads to minor top, the summit is above a knoll about 150m away, very wet bracken today.Aye Jimmy05/09/2016
Via south west ridge. Considered descending to the north but looked a nightmare fight through plantation. Pleasant woodland lower down. 35 mins.Wycombe Wanderer02/09/2016
Rambling Ray26/09/2017
George Gradwell09/08/2017
DC11main23/03/2017
mae04/01/2017
GaryJones01/11/2016
jimbloomer20/09/2016
Dave Geere02/09/2016
mcbiydw231/08/2014