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Name:Brown Haw
Hill number:3611
Height:584m / 1916ft
Parent (Ma):2782  Buckden Pike
RHB Section:35B: The Central Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Yorkshire Dales - Southern Fells
County/UA:North Yorkshire (CoU)
Catchment:Ouse (York)
Class:Dodd (500-599m), Dewey
(Tu,5,Dew)
Grid ref:SD 99562 79916
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:61m
Col:523m  SD984786  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 98
(1:25k) OL30S
Observations:ground 50m SSE at SD 99582 79865 and also 50m S SD 99560 79867 is c 0.75 lower
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 61 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Via track near Grange Farm. On to Tor Mere Top.Wycombe Wanderer31/08/2019
As gerrybowes.David Gradwell23/07/2019
Naughtberry Hill > Buckden Pike > Brown Haw from GR: SE 00415 82673ronaldo33315/04/2018
As Des Taylor. Parked on wide grass verge 30yd beyond start of track at 989808 - Up to gate at end of track - Through gate & over wire fence using convenient wooden step - Up grass ramp to line of shooting butts & continued up to electric? fence - Crossed fence using wooden step at 997800 & then made way to summit cairn. (PM)gerrybowes10/01/2018
Parked on the bend where a track heads steeply ESE. A reasonably easy 70 minute return following the shooting butts. With GB.bolton10/01/2018
An electric fence runs NE-SW just to the NW of the highest point. I didn't see any easy way of crossing it.Alan Moore27/10/2017
From Walden Head. Took the track steeply up the flank of the fell just east of Grange Farm, then path up beside butts and through peat hags to the summit cairn. Had to keep clear of a grouse shooting party. Walk continued to Buckden Pike. With RP and BC.Man of Kernow123/08/2017
With Alfie. Dreary route following electric fence from parking area at Little Hunters Sleets. A long walk but without difficulty to an uninspiring summit. Not one I will do again. No dogs permitted on this Access Land.Dangerous Dave06/07/2017
From Great Hunter Sleets passing ruin then rough but never tough going to fence and cairn. Return on roughly the same line.SS20/05/2017
Start at very end of road in Walden Dale. Mowed grass doesn't look like parking area but resident of house says he maintains it for walkers to park. Naughtberry Hill, Buckden Pike, Tor Mere Top(be advised electric fence on top of wall so if you want to visit top keep to west of wall by going through gate at public right of way) Brown Haw (a dilemma - substantial new electric fence all along the ridge - summit is south of fence while return route is to north so go prepared unless you're parked in valley to SE).ijpowell17/06/2016
Similar route to Amblerbob and Jo.With ruin 75 yards to NW,there is good track continuing NE past shaft and waterfall to wall corner.Then track uphill but after that tracks come and go to ridge fence.At least there are no steep bits on this route and the start is only 10 minutes drive from Kettlewell.catman08/04/2016
With Jo, from Great Hunters Sleets: track north to derelict building, then NE on various tracks (none continuous) to ridge fence, then alongside this to Brown Haw. Weather; generally sunny, breezy, mild, good visibility.amblerbob25/03/2016
As Moorsman. At end of track there is a gate. A grass covered ramp/path goes off leftwards - this leads to a line of shooting buts which have a good 'path' to ridge then a new electric fence - top strand. Easy to summit.destaylor12/11/2015
surveyed Galltywenallt29/05/2015
Ample verge side parking on the road to Walden (west side). There is an access gate just before Grange Farm which easily accommodates a car without blocking entry. A solid based shooting track starts directly opposite and can be followed half way up to the summit. From here a little deft searching reveals vehicular tracks serving the shooting butts up to the summit ridge. (The butts are very much still active, despite the map suggesting that they are disused)moorsman29/01/2014
From West Burton, Harland Hill, Brown Haw, Tor Mere Top, Buckden Pike and Naughtberry Hill. Hot & Sunny with mae.jimbloomer16/07/2013
sunny day, great small circular walk starting and finishing at the top of Waldendale. Walked with Graham and Rubenkarencooke08/06/2013
From layby just NE of Coverdale Farm. Soggy plod in the rain and wind. Nice little cairn on peat hag on top.Aye Jimmy28/04/2013
From Waldendale - bridge near Rountengill. Whiterow Road, Brown Haw, Buckden Pike, Naughtberry Hill. Descent on shooting track. Warm and sunny. Some damp areas in spite of dry spring.PaulH27/03/2012
Climbed by accident to get bearings whilst lost on the InnwayBronteBantam08/06/2011
climbed from West Burton on the return leg of the Waldendale skyline walkrobert27/02/2011
top in rain and mist - small cairngigglejon07/11/2009
With Lesley.From Coverdale -boggy,soggy walk/run along the long ridge of Brown Haw -Harland Hill- Height of Hazley to tea shop in Carlton. To late to add Little Whernside so fields then a lift for 3 miles back to car.Chris Pearson18/04/1999
Dewey bagging, walk 3/6; Brown Haw and Naughtberry Hill from Walden Head RHW13/12/1997
Climbed as a childfunkyferret01/07/1988
Edwin Gradwell23/07/2019
ngthack04/08/2018
AlanD19/10/2017
chalky195327/09/2017
Dave Geere19/11/2016
IainT04/11/2016
stevent080914/07/2016
dgresty21/04/2016
andrew brown18/07/2015
DARRENG18/07/2015
mae16/07/2013
MM25/06/2012
Frogreen10/12/2011
Deedubr02/05/2011
wychwood08/04/2011
bogdodger28/08/2010
Archie25/07/2010
KathW25/07/2010
graham2818/09/2009
stanappleton01/07/2009
fortyniner28/11/2008
David Purchase10/09/2008
BaggerGutt18/07/2008
Andy West08/06/2008
stevedixon17/02/2008