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Name:Little Cliff
Hill number:19365
Height:112.7m / 370ft
Parent (Ma):2830  Urra Moor - Round Hill
RHB Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:North Yorkshire (CoU)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:TA 01537 96438
Summit feature:no feature
Col:76.8m  TA 0112 9644  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 101
(1:25k) OL27S
Observations:level pasture
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 31 users)ByDate of Ascent
3 of 4 on 15 mile walk starting in Cloughton. Lovely coastal walk along Cleveland way joined onto it from Ravenscar. With jordanThe-Z-Man22/02/2020
Walk from Robin Hoods Bay to Scarborough, 1st leg of Yorkshire boundary walk. Company: Paul Johnsoniandesbottes20/10/2019
Agree that high point is in the field. Stock in summit field. Newly rewired fence could be crossed with care on the northern approach to the path highpoint.Moorponder23/09/2019
With Jo, circular walk from Cloughton Station Cafe. Out via Salt Pans Road and then along Cleveland Way (CW) before diverting to summit. Returned to CW and continued to Hayburn Wyke Inn and returned along the old railway track. Weather: showers, windy, moderate views.amblerbob31/08/2019
Circular route from Cloughton. Parked by the old station cafe. Up along the coastal path. Lunch at the Hayburn Wyke Inn. Back along the Cinder Path. With Alfie.Dangerous Dave18/03/2019
Parked just short of Sycarham Farm. Good views over north Scarborough.Campbell Singer08/08/2018
Revisit in order to take a photograph. Trees to west now block access over fence so you need to go further south to cross wire. Easy walk and the Hayburn Wyke pub still serves good beer. Parking permitted in the pub car park. The summit is NOT on the Cleveland Way or the Coastal Path and so requires a detour to reach it.moorsman27/05/2018
Next to Cleveland way path in grassy fieldvegibagger20/04/2018
Damp, grey and misty.Dugswell213/04/2018
Probably bagged this when doing the Cleveland Way as a kid, but made sure today with a return visit.summitter17/03/2018
Route as RHW from parking spot by old railway bridge, path semi-frozen mud today. Just N of summit a weakness in fence to W of path gives easiest access to pasture. The cliffs don't look that little to me!Aye Jimmy07/02/2018
Pasture just W of coast path; parking by old railway bridge to SWRHW03/02/2018
Retrospective bag, passed this way on circular walk to Hayburn Wyke from holiday cottage at Wyke Lodge.citygent28/02/2016
Cleveland WayArgentum6601/08/1991
walk from Robin Hoods Bay to Cloughton on the Cleveland Wayjoseph mitchell08/08/1988
Coastal path walking first time, back since to confirmnordicstar01/06/1985
Cleveland WayBramley15/06/1979
On Cleveland Way.arranc04/09/1977
dave g25/08/2019
Barbara Singer08/08/2018
carole engel07/07/2018
The Parkers24/04/2016
Martin R30/06/2005