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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
Grid ref:NZ 53747 02961
Summit feature:large cairn on rim of tumulus
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, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)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
Nomad Perkins04/11/2019
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
dave g30/08/2019
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 Hilda’s (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
Rambling Ray16/06/2017
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