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Name:Dodd Fell Hill
Hill number:2787
Height:668m / 2192ft
RHB Section:35B: The Central Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Yorkshire Dales - Southern Fells
County/UA:North Yorkshire (CoU)
Catchment:Ouse (York)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Hewitt, Nuttall,
Buxton & Lewis, Bridge, Clem
Grid ref:SD 84100 84583
Summit feature:ground 8m SE of trig point
Col:436m  SD797842  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 98
(1:25k) OL2W OL30S
Observations:natural ground at base of trig point is 5-10cm lower
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 499 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
With Rianne,gettingonabit20/05/2020
Parked Beggarmans Road - End of PFP to Aysgill Force - West Close Barn -Steep Climb onto Rottenstone Hill to pick up the Pennine Way - Currock near Heator Hole marks start of path to Dodd fell Summit - Summit and trig bagged (Clear Blue Good Visibility 360 degrees) - decent towards Bank Gill - through Sheepfold - crossed to Little Ing Beck - No path but slow easy going - desended along beck to farm track on west side near Duerley Bottom then back via West Close Barn to the Car - Just Fountains to go in this Marilyn Section now.briandavies07/02/2020
On the last day of a New Year week in Yorkshire. Another murky, windy & misty day with Shaky & Smithy. Started from Kidhow Gate. Walked along Pennine Way & as per Ashley's description, spotted the cairn a little way up the hillside. Just beyond that cairn, a faint path leads more or less directly to the trig point which today was surrounded by a moat. Retreated by the same route before the rain properly set in & headed off to the Tan Hill Inn for beer & medals...NotReallyABagger02/01/2020
Parked at road junction 2km due east of summit. Cold, sunny, frosty. After sleeping in van at Hawes and en route to Shills winter meet. Rounsfell29/11/2019
From SW starting at Pennine Way junction.Topographer5724/10/2019
Drove the track to SD 8319 8405, took a direct line from there.jonglew10/09/2019
With Andy from long slack gate hot day great viewscolinfielding25/07/2019
From Long Slack Gate to North gate and followed the wall up and then across the moor to the top. With Colinbevandy11425/07/2019
Was very wet in the morning, so a late start from Hawesrossdrossd26/05/2019
Nuttall walk 12.5. beautiful Easter sunshine.onto Drumaldrace.Longwojo19/04/2019
Walked up from the Pennine journey on the cam road up the wall for about 1/2 a mile the headed for high point Very boggy in places Summit is marked with a few rocks to the SE of the os trigDarren-44331/03/2019
From the second gate. Very boggy in places.NormanW25/02/2019
Walked along the Cam road from the south and then headed uphill when almost level with trig. Found a bit of a path to go back down passing a cairn nearly back to the Cam road.Walker Dan16/02/2019
Full winter conditions making for hard going in the most part, but very enjoyable. Views available for long enough to make it a good day out.simocity02/02/2019
Parked at Kidhow Gate and walked up via South ridge. Down directly West to Pennine Way, which is more straightforward. Path up marked by a cairn at SD 83487 84393.Peter_W_Mitchell 24/08/2018
Walk up from North Gate. Was a bit of a bog trot with my my daughter Izzy. Weather was very cool 7C and quite breezy with a few passing showers. Saw Red Grouse, Meadow Pipits and a Snipe. Views across to Ingleborough were good. Got back to the car in the gloaming. Time 53 minutes for 2.2 miles.isabelle23/08/2018
Ribblehead - Blea Moor - Snaizeholme Fell - Dodd Fell Hill - Drumaldrace - Hardraw.Mark Jackson31/07/2018
From Kidhow Gate. Good views of the Yorkshire three peaks.webmaster10/07/2018
With Jacqui and Hil from Gayle, together with Drumaldrace. Lovely dry and warm day and enjoyed nosh up afterwards at Wensleydale Creamerypatriciagill09/06/2018
Hill 7 of the day on the Fellsman, ascended from Redshaw, via Snaizeholme felldanielmudd198228/04/2018
From high point on road to SE, space for car near wall gap.. Followed wall then broke off up easy slopes to summit trig. Evening run, remarkably dry. Anyone else seen a strange plaque on a rock half way up saying Crossword Puzzle?N.Morters09/04/2018
The road to the East was blocked by snow, so a longer walk than planned. Thick fog made it a near whiteout on top - a real test of navigation. After missing the summit the first time, managed to relocate and eventually tick it off.huwthomas18/02/2018
NB, in heavy rain and strong winds from HawesFrank11/10/2017
In atrocious weather from Hawes with FRBheinn11/10/2017
A nice easy stroll along the Pennine Bridleway from Newby Head, followed by considerable athleticism wriggling between the wall and the wire fence above it to get out onto the hill. A soggy wet thrutch up deep vegetables to the top, but found a motorbike track down (yes really, hard as it is to understand this), which avoided the walls. Back the same way.Gill30/06/2017
From the widening of the Cam High Road by the second cattle grid from Hawes. Less boggy than its reputation.Nick Down130/05/2017
From Hawes (Gayle) SD 87001-89513 then onto Drumaldrace.Westdenewalker28/04/2017
Did it from Gayle, after DrumaldraceIanHHill03/02/2017
There and back from Hawes caravan site, gorgeous weatherTonyandsue28/12/2016
With K in mist. Best way up is follow Pennine Way from Cam High Road. At second shake hole where stream drops impressively there is a troll-like cairn on hill flank. Ascend here. ATV track/foot routes lead to summit.Ashley26/09/2016
Parked at start of PF(PW) along gated road.(Kidhow Gate)Walk up PW then up to large flat summit area.mart079706/06/2016
Solo. Thick low cloud. Last of snow drifts along walls at the start and in peat hags when crossing to the summit, along with the bogs, created a formidable and wet feet navigation test I will remember this one for a little longer than most. No views..Aimless Rambler16/03/2016
Parked at gate to Cam farm. They have just tarmaced the road. Walked up to wall then contoured around to summit. A lonely peak but good views of flat head Ingleborough. This moor made me think of American Werewolf in London and halve expected to hear a howl. Trig point had a moot around it. Company: Soloiandesbottes28/12/2015
Solo, from the roman road. Not the most inspiring of walk across the peat haggs in the mist.amswanston11/10/2015
Gayle Pennine Way Dodd Fell Roman Road Drunaldrace GayleAndy Hirst05/10/2015
Solo walk from Hawes having accessed via Little White Bus from Garsdale station. Day walk from Hawes to Horton-in-Ribblesdale mainly following Pennine Way. Dull to start with but the day ended in warm sunshine. Dodd Hill boggy on top, glad not up here in winter. Gradual climb-good view especially over to Widdale. Few people hereabouts.JOHNS04/10/2015
From Newby Head.A bleak place to start but the scenery quickly improves. Next, approaching Cold Keld Gate, the tautologous Ma looks uninviting but I walked to a little cairn/shelter (clearly in view), then over surprisingly easy and pleasant terrain. The top is almost flat but a way off to attractive steep gulleys via a fine cairn above Cam Road was good. There isn't much of a wilderness experience between here and Ribblehead, trail riders and an unmade road for forest trucks see to that. The B-road between Ribblehaed and Hawes is surprisingly busy, too. I turned back at Gearstones and got back onto quiet Pennine paths and tracks back to the start. This was a 12 mile walk with an almost incidental Marilyn. Fine, mostly sunny and warm.pwheeler11/09/2015
From Fleet Moss, wetter underfoot than I was expecting.JohnStoneham23/08/2015
Detour from PWtim74716/08/2015
From Hawes. Followed Pennine Way up from Gayle. On own.MorecambeMonkey10/04/2015
From viewpoint on minor road to E (SD860838), taking a relatively direct route up (and a longer way back because it was a nice day for a walk). Route and write-up at:
2mFM Radio Activation NP-016.Very windy and cold. VHF poor.Petem0hqo08/03/2015
From Hawes followed Pennine Way south west towards Dodd Fell Hill. Direct ascent. Return via Roman road.dianepick30/11/2014
From top of road to SE. Mindless plod in mist keeping W of re entrants On way down found wall which was even boggier.Thearlaichdubh31/10/2014
walk up off old roman road good views tried to walk up a few days early but shrouded in mist:-(iannotts10/10/2014
Overnighted above Oughtershaw having driven back from the Lancasters Derwentllside flypast- arrived to put tent up in the dark - fun.. ? Drove to P.W. towards Cam House through 3 gates, followed track up wall and across open hillside, looks like trail bikes have been over here quite a bit, visited trig and decended to P.W. back to road.stig_nest22/09/2014
With Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave04/08/2014
From Gayle with Clare, Mel & Chris. Sunny.alwaysinshorts06/07/2014