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Name:Magdalen Field
Hill number:19377
Height:117.7m / 386ft
Parent (Ma):2716  Great Shunner Fell
RHB Section:35B: The Central Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Yorkshire Dales - Northern Fells
County/UA:North Yorkshire (CoU)
Catchment:Ouse (York)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SE 23761 77313
Summit feature:no feature
Col:83.9m  SE 2508 7751  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 99
(1:25k) 298
Observations:boulder 8m E and ground 80m SE near fence at SE 23835 77330 are lower
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 11 users)ByDate of Ascent
17:30, 24 degrees, calm, sunny at Binsoe to NNE. Followed track, crossed disused railway then took a challenging route avoiding field with working combine harvester, and South Cote, rescuing a hare from a snare en-route. Returned carefully avoiding Stubbings Farm with several collies. A 2 hour 15 min epic with a patient and sporting Miranda.Wycombe Wanderer24/08/2019
Tanfield Lodge is occupied by a verbally abusive GOML.Martin R29/01/2019
13.23 from Stubbins farm with permission and helpful advice. Quagmire of mud on the track at low point. Pheasants galore amongst the long grasses and foliage just waiting for ignorant bastards with fat wallets, small brains and zero morals to blast them out of the sky for fun. Wake up world.vegibagger02/01/2019
Good parking at fishing lake to ENE (SE259779). Took lower track to be GOML-ed at Tanfield Lodge. Retraced steps and once out of sight of house, climbed NW steeply thru' wood to approach via fields. Avoiding both the Keeper's Cottage and Hall Farm, I picked up a good track at SE 2495 7730 which led all the way to the summit. Returned the same way but to avoid Tanfield Lodge access road, walked thru' woods on a rough track from SE 2512 7724 to SE 2546 7744, leaving the walk out on the access track to Hall Farm. A car slowed as it passed but did not stop - walked on the grass not the tarmac.carole engel29/12/2018
Revisit for pics and to try JB's approach before the drought ends. From Hackfall carpark, down to river, didn't fancy JB's crossing point so went 100m downstream. Crossed at tiny cataract, upstream side, water barely knee deep. Landed on steep banking with freshly cut trees lying around. Steeply up wood, needs care on return as craggy in places. Out into fields past unusual earthworks, a deep sided square but on quite a slope. Summit one of two places beside fence. On return found hare in wire snare in wood, only saw it when it started screaming loudly as I passed by. Managed to free it and it hobbled away. Removed offending item.Aye Jimmy12/07/2018
Easily waded the Ure in DROUGHT conditions. Crossed from SE 2379 7772 into the wood opposite, then E to emerge in the fields 400m NNE of the summit. Max depth 80cm. No perceptible current. Riverbed not too slippy. Carpark at SE 230775jimbloomer29/06/2018
Magdalen Field from GR: SE 26165 78085 Mountain Biked the low level track through the woods next to the River Ure to SE 24109 77270 then easy walk to summit. Summit feature embedded rock at spot height SE 23776 77312ronaldo33314/05/2018
Had a look from the W first, into Hackfall Wood. Can get to 150m of hill but River Ure is 50m wide and no crossing points! Hackfall (Woodland Trust) has nice woodland, old follies but the star of the show - a fountain - was out of action unfortunately (spurts forth to 30' or so every 15 minutes, but only lasts for 2 minutes). Drove round to NNE, verge parking near entrance to Aldburgh Hall. Into field to E of entrance, over padded bwf, metal gate then R and roughly along line of Black Robin Beck, or pasture land to avoid boggy areas. In view from farms at one point. Summit area has earthworks, too dark to appreciate though.Aye Jimmy22/03/2018
From NNE. Pasture summitRHW23/02/2018