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Name:Haw Park
Hill number:19373
Height:243.7m / 800ft
Parent (Ma):2804  Rombalds Moor [Ilkley Moor]
RHB Section:35B: The Central Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Yorkshire Dales - Southern Fells
County/UA:North Yorkshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:SE 01452 52962
Summit feature:small cairn
Col:171m  SE025526  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 104
(1:25k) OL2S
Observations:grassy summit
Survey:obvious summit
Comments:Original summit removed by quarrying
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 24 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Embsay village on public footpath. Over barbed wire fence onto quarry site (Sunday, so no-one about) and easy walk up to summit. No cairn. Went over to see the limestone ridge on the lower western top. It's as good as others say... a very unexpected feature. Solo.Dangerous Dave10/11/2019
Via super little ridge to east of mast, very slightly reminiscent of the Aonach Eagach of Glencoe. The great crags of Haw Park ahead very slightly reminiscent of An Ruadh Stac.Wycombe Wanderer18/08/2019
12.00 delightful amble ramble from Embsay Station up ROW and easy track up to top. Missed the heavy rain showers on my drive over from York. Dry by time I climbed it. With Mindy dog.vegibagger18/03/2019
From Embsay as Moorsman.mart079711/02/2019
in last light of the day. Parts of the area are a landfill site, a nice ridge to the east towards trig blockcjo12/01/2019
As RHW including the interesting top 800m W: Late afternon sunshine.GordonAdshead29/12/2018
7th top of 8 on a route from Grassington to Skipton climbing Elbolton and Kail hill then Thorpe Fell top, Cracoe Fell, Brown Bank and High Crag then steep descent to the road, track from Eastby then fp over railway line then following ridge to summit then onwards to the lovely limestone-topped sumnit. Descent to A39 then took A65 past the A6069 jct heading for Skipton Moor. .Dazingdale29/12/2018
Easy roadside parking in Embsay village. Signposted path starts through the pub car park and leads directly up to the building on the summit col. On reaching this navigate the BWF on the left and, after a few trees, the summit becomes visible. Much easier walk than expected.2.98Km return, 45 minutes.moorsman18/10/2018
Parked in wide entrance at 01105 52640, over a gate and upwards. Then over a fence and upwars through the quarry workings. No cairn there now.clivevilla09/09/2018
Haw Park from GR: SE 01105 52640ronaldo33313/04/2018
With Jo, from Embsay on a dull, windy day with poor visibility .amblerbob11/04/2018
From Embsay, parked in the pub car park and then same route as Dugswell.Alan Caine29/03/2018
Parked near entrance to Haw Park House & Lodge, gate on left into field.jimbloomer11/03/2018
After checking out the Inghey Bridge three, FBM aux1 & Skipton FBM. As Aye Jimmy, but the fine limestone ridge second, followed by the surface block. Thanks to Dugswell 2 for the heads up on the OS artefacts in the area. Then went on for Gibbet Hill & trig. Making 7 different OS features, three types of which were new to me.ngthack25/02/2018
Parked the car near Skipton FBM Aux 1 berntsen then walked back towards Embsay to take the footpath from the NW towards Haw Park. Keep to the lower path through the woods which then crosses the quarry road before the footpath goes up some steps then turns into field. Along quarry edge of field until wooden bit of fence topped with barbed wire allows access towards summit. Then on to bag Haw Park surface block before retreating back towards route of ascent.Dugswell222/02/2018
Had a decent walk to this one from Skipton Castle.Up The Bailey to reach path by caravan site leading to Skipton Bypass.Through wood(many tracks but easiest to keep to west and north edges of wood).When path emerges from wood and reaches highest point,over bwf to summit with tiny cairn.Good views.Returned via Skipton Castle woods.With Oscar.catman07/02/2018
With Catman.oscarrosie07/02/2018
Parked near entrance to Haw Park House & Lodge, gate on left into field. Visited W hill first, on fine limestone ridge. Then E through trees, round N side of quarry/machinery area. Flattish summit, tiny cairn.Aye Jimmy05/02/2018
From SW, via RoW. Tiny cairn. Wasn't properly light, but ground seemed possibly artificial, as if worked over or even an old spoil heap, with a few boulders strewn around, and a few trees planted. Also visited n9icer WSW summit, narrow ridge, natural pasture.RHW31/01/2018
Andy West06/06/2019
carole engel24/03/2018
Martin R19/03/2018