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Name:Cringle Moor - Drake Howe
Hill number:2831
Height:434m / 1424ft
RHB Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:North Yorkshire (CoU)
Catchment:Derwent (Goole), Catchment Boundaries, Tees
Watershed:St Bees Head to Ravenscar, Tees Bay, Humber Estuary
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (400-499m), Clem
(Ma,Hu,Tu,4,Cm)
Grid ref:NZ 53747 02961
Summit feature:large cairn on rim of tumulus
Drop:175m
Col:259m  NZ572032  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 93
(1:25k) OL26N
Observations:highest visible ground is 7m E but higher ground may exist under cairn; ground to 50m SE is about as high as base of tumulus
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 414 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Lord Stones, past viewpoint and on to untidy cairn at summit. Excellent views across patchwork of fields with Roseberry Topping beyond.peter4lc31/07/2020
From Clay Bank. After Urra Moor.Very hot day. Tough day.Longwojo31/07/2020
Hasty Bank, Cold Moor & Cringle Moor from Van with GFEFionalevey24/05/2020
From Lordstones.MrChris198005/01/2020
On Coast to Coast from Cleveland way. Lovely hills around here.twg2712/11/2019
An easy top from the Cleveland Way but I came up from the south on invisible footpaths, very heathery and steep. The views to the north were all the more rewardingColin Crawford16/09/2019
Hike up from Lordstones via Cleveland WayEggletina08/09/2019
From Lordstones on a hot and sunny day. Along the Cleveland Way and R on the path to Drake Howe. Heather in bloom and clouds of butterflies. Back along the CW to Carlton Bank.Nick Down124/08/2019
From Clay Bank car park after torrential rain had passed over. Up the Cleveland Way then 200m through deep heather to top. It rained again on the descent but at midday the cloud suddenly lifted and I had views.NormanW02/08/2019
3rd top from Clay Bank , dropped down to get a coffee then returned back over the tops to Clay Bank.Fellhugger30/07/2019
Linear walk with Jill. Clay Bank car park, Hasty Bank, Cold Moor, Cringle Moor, Carlton Moor, Swainby. At the road just before Carlton Moor there is a n excellent café that is not shown on the OS map.ijpowell13/06/2019
From Lordstones cafe, shut for 2 weeks... Part sun, cold wind, good views.iangalbraith20/02/2019
Short detour from Cleveland Way footpath.Wheelsy28/08/2018
From track starting at edge forest, via Cleveland way. An earlier attempt from public bridleway due SW encountered the most aggressive cattle herd I have ever seen, and South Fork farmhouse is well fortified.Topographer5705/08/2018
Easiest route, out and back, on heatwave evening, en route to Izzy graduation in York. Rounsfell24/07/2018
Final stage of Coast-To-Coast from Welbury to Robin Hoods Bay. Beautiful weather, with Chris, Fred, Phil and Gaz.mavero1005/05/2018
Really great top. Nearing the end of an awesome big day. Need to come back and do it all again more leisurely.Alex C16/04/2018
Carlton Moor first, then here, then on to Cold Moor. All on easy flagged paths, albeit with a lot of up and downing. Parking at Lord Stones car park.jonglew11/03/2018
From St Hildas (Seave Green) to Bilsdale Hall and up Broad Ings to Round Hill. Following the Cleveland Way across Urra Moor along Carr Ridge to Drake Howe, via White Hill (Hasty Bank) and Cold Moor. Back via Cold Moor to Seave Green, via Bank House.raymooremanx27/01/2018
2 of 2 with Carlton Moor. Followed Cleveland Way up from the west. took side path to take in summit then followed footpath east to edge of woods. followed track south and then west through woods until picking up road back to car park.Stormcrow10/01/2018
After Carlton Moor without moving car. Good hills today. Very Cold.Dusty29/11/2017
3/5 M From calton bank cleveland way, hill run/race on today.robertphillips22/10/2017
With Val. From car park at Clay Bank. An enjoyable walk in good weather.mike.hoult16/07/2017
From Carlton Moor. With Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave01/06/2017
Amateur Radio 2m VHF. Sunny day and a pleasant walk from Lord Stones Cafe.G0DEB55918/05/2017
From Clay Bank to Lord Stonespaulcook280906/05/2017
With K. From Lordstones. Very busy to viewpoint but no one else at summit.Ashley23/04/2017
Part of a circular walk from Urra Moor to Carlton Moorhillexplorer15/04/2017
From Clay Bank Car Park along Cleveland Way over the tops to Drake Howe on glorious morning. Returned to north of first bump and south of second for variety then out and back to Urra Moor.SS19/02/2017
Run to Cringle Moor from Clay Bank. Solo. Windy but bright and clear.PreCambrianLife22/01/2017
Along Cleveland Way from cafe to the SWtrimarc210/01/2017
From road to SW using tracks to Cleveland Waykdbennett05/12/2016
On Lyke Wake walkMichaelF24/10/2016
From B&B at Beak Hills farmhouse: Cringle Moor, Cold Moor, White Hill, Urra Moor. Super day in the sunshine in a beautiful area.Cas-gwent21/09/2016
4/8 Fourth of Eight (Black Hambleton/Noon Hill/Carlton Moor/Cringle Moor/Cold Moor/Brow Moor/Olivers Mount/Seamer Beacon)Fergalh10/07/2016
as part of coast to coast walkbriansolar104/06/2016
From Lord Stones with me leading my 1st walk for Pocklington RamblersJill Wiseman11/05/2016
My and O. Climbed from Clayton Bank in evening. Very windy. 55 mins to top. 2 hrs round trip.Martin6625/03/2016
Out through along the forest path from Hasty Bank, and back along the tops, and then on to Urra Moor. A truly glorious day. While on the forest path, there were amazing cloud effects giving pink and green colours in an otherwise blue sky - like a daytime aurora borealis. The route back over the tops was equally fabulous.Gill02/02/2016
From Clay Bank car park. Write-up at: http://gayleybird.blogspot.co.uk/2016/01/cringle-moor-nz537030.htmlGayle03/01/2016
From the free car park at Clay Bank, via Hasty Bank and Cold Moor.Sprog10/10/2015
Chop Gate, Urra Moor, White Hill, Cold Moor, Cringle Moor (excellent waymarked path all the way, except last few metres) Wath Hill.ijpowell05/06/2015
With Jo, from Chop Gate: paths to Noon Hill, then tracks to Carlton Moor, then Cleveland Way to Cringle Moor (Drake Howe), returning via Beak Hills and Cold Moor Lane. Weather; generally cloudy with sunny intervals, windy, mild, good visibility.amblerbob26/05/2015
Part of Wainstones WanderCharlieRose12/05/2015
From Clay Bank in glorious sunshine. A straightforward summit to reach by using the Cleveland Way.JohnStoneham06/04/2015
Done during the Hardmoors 55 Ultra RaceLykewake4221/03/2015
From clay bank. Lots of ascent on this one.sotabagger21/02/2015
2mFM Radio Activation. TW-002.-5degC snow and fog. QRN.Petem0hqo19/01/2015
Start Lord Stones Cafesqueegs05/10/2014
on the Cleveland Wayoatcake21/09/2014
While on holiday in Whitby thought we would bag Carlton Moor, Cringle Moor, Cold Moor, Hasty Bank and Urra Moor again, the best walk on the North Yorkshire Moors.DanTrig20/08/2014
On own. Started Clay Bank [top of B1257] - Round Hill and back, then along ridge westwards to Cringle Moor and back - 9 miles total. Great walk on bright, mostly sunny day.Crib Goch09/08/2014
Part of run from Clay Bank to Lordstones then over the tops back to Clay bank 7 miles.Lykewake4228/06/2014
Parked near to the café. Just over one hour with GB.bolton20/06/2014
Lord Stones Café at top of Carlton Bank E. along Cleveland Way & then short path S. to summit cairn. (PM)gerrybowes20/06/2014
Evening jog up from the car park at Clay Bank to White Hill (Hasty Bank), along the Cleveland Way to Cold Moor, and on to Cringle Moor and back via the tack along the top of Broughton Plantations. 9.6Km.VirtualMountain17/06/2014
Carlton Moor, Drake Howe, Cold Moor and White Hill along then Cleveland way with Bev. Nice stretch.simon and co10/06/2014
from 531027. parked 20m down the road from the no parking sign. quick n easy - superb view point at stone seat. cairn back away from the edge. cairned summit.stig_nest14/05/2014
Out on my Terrain 1 assessment. Blowing a bit. Sometimes there was a view, then there wasn't.yeha27/04/2014
Nipped up this one from the road. A large visitors center is being built here with gift shop, toilets, tea room, coach park and pay and display car park no doubt. I'm sure it will all be built to the greatest environmental standards but shouldn't motorway services be on motorways? Or perhaps the motorway is phase 2. What were the planners thinking when they granted permission? How is this compatible with the role of a National park to protect the country side from development? {sorry about the rant)mindlessflogger05/09/2013
c2cTeasyChris15/08/2013
Walked from Clay Bank Car Park after completing Round Hill, along the Cleveland Way, returning along the track to the north of the ridge. Paved path for most of the Cleveland Way.martin_hall07/06/2013
fantastic viewsandying28/07/2012
ENGLISH MARILYN 53. SHORT DIVERSION WHILE WALKING THE CLEVELAND WAY. FIRST DAY OF DRIZZLE AND THICK MIST AFTER A WEEK'S FINE WEATHER WALKING.BURGESS07/06/2012
Diversion from Hannon circular walk from Carlton Bank.With Bridget and Oscar.catman08/04/2012
With Oscar and Catman.rosiebridge08/04/2012
With Bridget and Catman.oscarrosie08/04/2012
Training for National 3 Peaksehaston24/03/2012
From Clay Bank car park. Route along the Cleveland way. Return the same way. Bright/sunny.PaulH01/09/2011
From car at about 530027 (8:40) walked up forestry track then through newly-felled area to top of forest, across fence to open moor. No path through heather to cairn. Back by same route. Finished 9:25. Good weather.dbb09/08/2011
On the Lyke Wake Walk.Flipperfeet31/07/2011
Ran up from Kirkby.stever16/05/2011
Parked by the Lord Stones Cafe and joined the Clevland Way and walked up steep steps to the summit shelter of Drake Howe. Weather was superb and I enjoyed watching the paragliders above me while activating on my radio.G4OOE19/04/2011
I was surprised that my walking partners agreed to make the detour off the Cleveland Way on the narrow path through the heather to take in this cain. Cloudy today so no views from top.Father Ted22/01/2011
Beautiful from the viewpoint to the top.clivevilla24/10/2010
Cleveland Way. Exact Date Unknown.Arran2801/08/2010
With: hb sb; We parked at NZ573035. Followed the Cleveland Way W passing over Cold Moor to Cringle Moor summit and returned by the same route.Ian Baines25/06/2010
With: ib sb; Helen Baines25/06/2010
With Sail & Eire.Dangerous Dave25/04/2010
From Urra Moor via Cleveland Way and Wainstones with Billymick22/04/2010
With Mick from Round HowBillyP22/04/2010
With Clare from near Lord stones cafe, along Cleveland way. Low cloud so no views.alwaysinshorts02/04/2010
Nice walk up from Clay Bank Car Park but with high winds and snow took the easy route back to the car. First time on the North York Moors ! http://www.heavyhorses.co.uk/humpsheavyhorses17/12/2009
Climbed whilst completing the Lyke Wake Walk, west to east from Osmotherley to Ravenscar.Dan198010/10/2009
Quick one on way to GNR next dayrobphys19/09/2009
Coast to Coast walkwindridge15/09/2009
http://mrsts7.wordpress.com/2009/09/11/carlton-moor-and-drake-howe/mrs_ts711/09/2009
on the coast to coastmr bounce15/08/2009
coast to coastJim B24/07/2009
Cafe excellent. From road to the West the forest has been cut - walking OK. But above it its heather and a lot of it. Harder than you might think.destaylor15/04/2009
From Clay Bank car park via Wain Stonestim74712/04/2009
Very snowy day from clay bank to the lordstones cafe and backmattwilde6609/02/2009
second visit with Jamie 16/11/2008 on a walk with the Butts from next door too and with many parraglyders doing their stuff on the updrafts coming up the northern slopesvegibagger16/11/2008
Nice top on a tumulus bagged on a sunny pm after pitching tent (for free!) at the Lord Stones Cafe. Fantastic food at incredible prices and beer too - a place you must stop at on The Cleveland Way !! This bit of the N Y Moors was very pleasant I thought.signyred12/08/2008
Climbed as part of the Lyke wake Walk from Carlton Bank. Ron is right the Lyke Wake is boring.funkyferret19/07/2008
climbed while walking the cleveland wayrobert23/06/2008
On day 3 of the Cleveland Way with Shaky & Smithy as we walked from Osmotherley to Great Broughton. Slight detour to the summit. Sunny with a decent view.NotReallyABagger02/06/2008
Parked @ lord stones cafe, made a quick assent. Good weather, good views of North York Moors. Summit just off Cleveland Way path easily identfiable. http://ukmase.wordpress.com/ukmase04/10/2007
Lyke Wake WalkAGWilliamson01/08/2007
Coast to Coast day 13 (Osmotherley to Clay Bank). Great hills these ones.Mark Jackson17/07/2007
Osmotherley Phoenix ultra marathon loop from Osmothereleydrunkeneuphoria07/07/2007
Run circuit from Hasty bank w Jenx, to Urra Moor, down bridleway to Bilsdale, and back up Cold Moor to Cringle Moor and along top back to Hasty - good loopnordicstar01/06/2007
My god, the Lyke Wake Walk is boring.........Ron Rees Davies01/05/2007
Solo192112/08/2006
With Phil (G4OBK)on his 2nd visitjudy55cat16/07/2006
petey14/07/2006
used bike, for SOTAIan G7KXV03/07/2006
Climbed with Chris, Eliza, Stu and Mat whilst walking the Coast-to-Coast footpath.dhbond28/05/2006
Reasonable enough walk from cafe.Aye Jimmy18/02/2006
Strong winds blew me up from Lord Stones Cafe free car park (NZ524030) along obvious path. Sat at viewpoint halfway up, walked some more along the path and then on scrub to the cairn. Going back was tough against 40mph winds! Excellent food and beer in caNick17/01/2006
http://tomread.co.ukm1eyp04/12/2005
Operated ham radio from summit making 35 contacts.G4OBK (Phil)07/11/2005
Galltywenallt31/07/2005
Walked from car park east of Carlton Moor, back down to car and over Cringle Moor, Cold Moor, Hasty Bank and Urra Moor, Best walk on the Yorkshire Moors. Summit just off path.DanTrig29/05/2005
This to verify but 13 previous 'near misses' (or perhaps visits)on all crossings of the Lyke Wake Walk and Cleveland Way between 1967 and 1976Neil Midgley19/03/2005
KeithByTheC13/03/2005
Parked at approx: NZ572036. Straightforward and slightly less boring then Urra Moor.Jhimmy26/12/2004
With Russell on the Coast-to-CoastGWR Chris20/09/2004
After Urra Moor and lunch break at the car we followed the Cleveland Way to this peak. Lovely views north along the hilly ridge. The summit trig was reached - but a fantastic view was had on the northern cliffs.ChinnockC30/05/2004
We continued along the Cleveland way to the top of this grand viewpoint. The route was very well built to avoid erosion.chinnock30/05/2004
Ascended from south west on Clveland Way. Walked on to visit the Wain Stones.JohnW07/10/2003
Part of Coast to Coast. Weather misty early on but probably fine by the time summit reacheddave_a11/08/2003
While locuming in Guisborough.Dugswell212/09/2002
Approximate date.Jim T01/08/2002
Climbed on the way to an assessment centre in Lincoln.Man of Kernow112/03/2002
From west on C2C after near miss years ago.Eddie28/08/2000
Stopped at the café on the minor road up from Carlton in Cleveland. From here the route was on the Cleveland Way with a minor hack back through the heather to the summit.garyhoney27/07/2000
exact date unknown but I've been heregigglejon01/01/2000
Out and back visit to the summit along the 'Cleveland Way' from the B1257. yorkie15/08/1999
lovely views from cleveland way - summit itself set back in heather. cleveland way from car pk - or forest tk from 531027 RHW12/12/1998
Self and TaffyInvicta1424/05/1997
Solo trip from L's at Leeds. Around N Y Moors doing Marilyns, sub-Marilyns, County Tops and even an aborted attempt on a Treble zero down jungle and crumbling shale cliffs to the coast. Had not quite detoured the extra 50 metres to this summit when doing the C to C which bypasses the summit hence this return to put the matter straight. Chatted to a paraglider which is big on this escarpment waiting for the 8 knott wind to become a steady 10. Soaring skills are required to enable a ridge landing as there is no permission to land in the fields way below and it's a long walk back up to the cafe / car park where a lot of paragliders seem to spend a lot of time waiting for the right conditions (parallels with climbing)Chris Pearson20/04/1997
with York alpine club. fine but very strong windsvegibagger23/02/1997
Coast-to-Coast. With RB.amswanston01/07/1996
Date approximate. On first Lyke Wake Walk.Grinner01/05/1996
Date not exact- did as part of Lyke Wake Walk with Wakefield hostelmeugher01/08/1995
LWW 1st stage practicelindslow19/07/1995
3 of 3: From White Hill. With Karen.ChrisR02/03/1995
Cleveland WayArgentum6601/08/1991
Crossed and detour to summit as part of Lyke Wake WalkN.Morters30/12/1989
3 of 5: From Carlton Moor.ChrisR12/11/1989
Chop Gate- Cold Moor- Cringle Moor- Carlton Bank- Green Howe- Chop Gate. On ridges and high ground all the way, the feel of wild country though always views of valleys and farms. Only blemish to crossing the road before Carlton Bank, choked with cars and noisy with motorcycle scrambling. Sunny with a few hail showers; snow lining the side of walls and in paths which are little grooves away from the Cleveland Way so wet feet today. Views extensive including Pennines above Teesdale.pwheeler15/03/1987
Lyke Wake Walk bag.KevPalmer05/08/1986
with Conrad on Wainwright's 'Coast to Coast' walk!batrigg22/07/1985
1 of 3: From Osmotherley. Lyke Wake Walk.ChrisR27/07/1984
many visitsbeorwulf22/05/1984
Pre 1982 visit, exact date unknownronaldo33331/12/1981
on Lyke Wake Walkjoseph mitchell05/06/1981
with Vaux VTA on Lyke Wake WalkFrank23/06/1980
With fellow members of the Leeds Polytechnic walking group. Ascended Carlton Moor, Cringle Moor, Cold Moor, White Hill (Hasty Bank), Urra Moor and Danby High Moor in the course of completing the Lyke Wake Walk west to east.pwbellarby15/04/1978
On the Lyke Wake walk (not boring at all!)Isambard04/07/1977
Recce for Lyke Wake Walk.arranc24/04/1977
Lyke Wake Walk.Vin10/04/1974
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