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Name:Rawden Hill
Hill number:19321
Height:109m / 358ft
Parent (Ma):2804  Rombalds Moor [Ilkley Moor]
RHB Section:35B: The Central Pennines
County/UA:Leeds (UA)
Catchment:Wharfe
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:SE 29170 44739
Summit feature:rock 1m NE of tree
Drop:35m
Col:74m  SE293443  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 104
(1:25k) 289N 297
Observations:flat summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 26 users)ByDate of Ascent
Very pleasant walk from gate alongside road to south. 10 enjoyable minutes returnmoorsman07/05/2019
short walk though leaf litter to summitcjo09/02/2019
As for Dangerous Davearranc20/03/2018
Rawden Hill from GR: SE 29052 44574ronaldo33309/03/2018
Solo. Hopped over gate from minor road to south. An easy bag in beautiful woodland.Dangerous Dave25/11/2017
Parked on road to south. Hopped over wooden sparred fence and up through beautiful woodland. Note the gates along the road to the west. they must be for securing something worth a few bob.Campbell Singer02/11/2017
Easy wander up from S, lay-by, beech leaves still green, red kite calling. Flat rock 1m NE of a beech gets my vote. Leeds recompleted, first car trip since thumb fracture operation, with a few ex trig pillar sites around Leeds.RHW22/10/2017
Clandestine approach from north, leaving no sign of my ascent. Chilternesque summit.Wycombe Wanderer07/09/2017
Parked to south, avoided bracken, easy walk up through trees.PeterD05/09/2017
Parked in layby after visiting Harewood House & gardens with my mum. She waited in car while i climbed over metal railings and walked up through beech wood to summit area. Summit is very flat and could be any point within a 30m stretch. I located some mossy stones and somebody has put a stick in nearby to mark the spot but there are a few contenders for the summit. Atmospheric lighting today with views over to the Scots pine further down to the East. My highest reading was a bit further to the South. Easy return to car, onwards to Hambleton Hough.Dazingdale02/09/2017
Like others from minor road to the southAlan Caine30/08/2017
Parked in the second small lay-by near a damaged gate for an easy bag in pretty woodland.Dugswell203/07/2017
With Mrs ngthack. On way to RHS Harlow Carr. Well, I had to give her some incentive to come a-tumping with me. Easy bag if you avoid the bracken. Couple of lay bys due south of summit.ngthack27/06/2017
In summer don't park to the SE and take a direct line - the bracken is head high and can all be avoided by approaching from the S.jimbloomer24/06/2017
Didn't park quite far enough along the yellow road from the junction. Result of starting at gate at junction was head height damp bracken and nettles under pines. Breaking out into bracken free beech tees and finding it was clear all the way down to the road just two hundred metres west.vegibagger23/06/2017
A 380m sweep to recomplete Cental Beds and Leeds. A delightful wood and a very welcoming rail fence. I felt that the high point was about 50m South of the spot height.GordonAdshead15/06/2017
Nice wood.Agree hard to be sure of actual top.catman11/06/2017
Good parking due S of hill at SE 2916.4455. Over fence into lovely open beech woodland (managed by Tilhill Forestry). Flattish summit area, difficult to pinpoint summit. Took reading at group of mossy stones.Aye Jimmy11/06/2017
Spotted on changes list and bagged before listed. Easier than looked likely from aerial map.Bramley06/06/2017
GaryJones03/10/2018
the_adam04/08/2018
carole engel27/01/2018
coldfeet704/12/2017
Martin R12/10/2017
IanHHill02/08/2017
andrew brown14/07/2017