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Name:Mozie Law South Top
Hill number:19390
Height:465m / 1526ft
Parent (Ma):2302  The Cheviot
RHB Section:33: The Scottish Border to the River Tyne
Nuttall/Wainwright area:The Cheviots
County/UA:Northumberland (CoU)
Class:Tump (400-499m)
Grid ref:NT 83020 14194
Summit feature:no feature: grass
Col:433m  NT829142  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 80
(1:25k) OL16E
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 11 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Wedder Leap car park. Middle Hill, The Middle,Ward Law,Little Ward Law(Why not) then up to Windy Gyle and along The Penine Way to Windy Rig and Mozie Law. Descended over Mozie Law south top. A path leads down the shoulder to Carlcroft Hope where another traverses above the wood to the east finally rising to join The Street. Continued over Swineside Law, then Hindside Knowe(looked and felt like a tump) before descending back to Wedder Law CP.mart079703/07/2019
Easily down shoulder from Mozie Law to col then grass slope. Well defined small grassy summit mound. Descended SW into valley, followed back to Carlcroft.Aye Jimmy25/07/2018
Northumberland recompleted (2)Dave Geere21/05/2018
Left my car at the Trows parking area then the long steady ascent following The Street to Swineside Law. Then headed down and around to Mozie Law South Top having kept an eye on the change log and not been near before when doing Beefstand Hill and Mozie Law.Dugswell211/05/2018
Adequate parking just east of the road bridge south of Carlcroft (alt 317m). Into Carlcroft farm then west along the bridleway cum footpath. Continue along the track rather than the footpath at the fork (saves climbing a deer fence) and continue to Beef Stand. Steep drop to Westhope Burn but an easy ascent to the summit. Walked back along intermittent footpaths which undulate along the burn sneaking into Carlcroft at the end of the open access. Doing a circular walk is far easier than returning via a stiff reascent up to Beef Stand or ploughing your way along the valley twice. 7.86km return. 2hours. 393m ascent.moorsman09/05/2018
From SE via The Street ridge on a chilly windy pm. Hard to believe from 50 & 25k mapping, but FWIW, GPS agrees P31sh. Well spotted Myrddyn/AledRHW23/04/2018
Done from the minor road in Coquetdale at 859115. Followed the RoW marked as The Street W then NW over Hindside Knowe, Swineside Law, Black Braes up to the border fence at which point we were almost blown off our feet by the wind. Turned E along the Pennine Way admiring the view all the way to the summit & then beyond to join the RoW S at 872160. Followed the tracks around S side of Ward Law back to the start.NotReallyABagger10/04/2007
carole engel29/07/2019