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Name:Naughtberry Hill
Hill number:3613
Height:573m / 1880ft
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
Grid ref:SD 97702 81785
Summit feature:no feature
Col:539m  SD972814  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 98
(1:25k) OL30S
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 77 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Up from road end. Bit breezy up topvegibagger07/02/2020
From Tor Mere Top, contouring to east of Buckden Pike over energy sapping terrain but slightly more sheltered from torrential rain. Rain stopped before reaching the summit, descended via bothy and Walden Head. Rainbow cheered me up and to be fair, that wasn't a bad little horseshoe. Soaked to waist and damp top half, warmed up with a good pizza at Hawes and headed home.Wycombe Wanderer31/08/2019
As gerrybowes.David Gradwell23/07/2019
Ran up from Newbiggin. Quite boggy on top which is flat with no markers.stever11/09/2018
Horseshoe from Grange Farm after Brown Haw. Grouse slayers track for a lot of the way.ngthack04/08/2018
Parked opposite Street Head Inn on warm sunny day(there is parking in Newbiggin,but easy to have a pint after walk!).Then as Dangerous Dave.catman06/05/2018
Naughtberry Hill > Buckden Pike > Brown Haw from GR: SE 00415 82673ronaldo33315/04/2018
Easy parking opposite phone box at 004827 - Along road to start of track just beyond Hill Top Farm - Followed track to junction at 987816 - Turned right & headed NW up track past shooting butts & continued up to ridge - SW on path/trod along ridge to unmarked summit. (PM)gerrybowes10/01/2018
Parked at the telephone box (003827). Took the track opposite Hill Top Farm. At 987815 headed NW up Black Gutter and then SW along the ridge. 2 hour 5 minute return with GB. Improving conditions finishing in sun.bolton10/01/2018
A featureless summit. It is always nice not to have the summit spoiled by a pile of rubble and where it is left to the summit-baggers own judgement to decide where it is.Alan Moore27/10/2017
From Buckden Pike. Followed the fence line on a bit of a track NNE, then ATV track to the summit. To descend, followed ATV track south-east down to a grit track. Then tricky descent down to Willy's Gill, over a wall, then gated fields down to Walden Head. With RP and BC.Man of Kernow123/08/2017
From Newbiggin with Alfie. Plenty of parking space. Followed bridleway up to Floutgate Scar and to the small cairned summit of Wasset Fell (503m). The path soon fades. Followed the wall initially and then rough heather to summit.Dangerous Dave06/04/2017
From Newbiggin following row then boundary (bitty path) before dropping to shooting box and got below cloud. Followed track back round and descended by ascent route. Newbiggin hamlet has some rather nice property.SS21/01/2017
from Newbiggin, out and back.joseph mitchell18/07/2016
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. A Gentleman. Followed wall up edge of access land to avoid bracken. At top found track not on old 1:25000. Follow NW Then turn left on track right to top of ridge. Weak path from there. Buckden Pike, Tor Mere Top (read separate entry) Brown Haw.ijpowell17/06/2016
With Jo, from Newbiggin via Wasset Fell. Weather; generally cloudy, mild, views of distant fells moderate due to hazy conditions.amblerbob06/05/2016
From Buckden Pike.JohnStoneham25/10/2015
Parked at the beginning of the track at Hill Top Farm - had a chat with a young very helpful farmer. Followed excellent track to the hut. Last 600m heather with no paths apart from a few bits and pieces. Possibly a path from the left hand side of the hut but was too far away to return??destaylor29/09/2014
Accessed from Walden Dale (west) after climbing Brown Haw. Ensure that your descent is along designated shooting tracks such as the one leading towards Hill Top Farm. A rough descent involves many high stone walls. There is no access through Walden Head Farm or the track NE of Grange Farm. Both involve climbing several walls and get an angry response from the farmer or his wife,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
From Bishopdale Head to the SW. Miserable day, light rain but propelled by a stiff wind. Quite squelchy underfoot for latter section too.Aye Jimmy05/05/2013
Walked with Graham and Ruben. Very windy with some snow showers. Walked from Newbiggin, felt to be a long haul across the plateau.karencooke09/04/2013
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
From Buckden Pike with Billy. Featureless top/mick03/03/2011
Climbed with Mick and Alf in what became epic walk also taking in Naughtberry Hill but after getting hopelessly lost in thick mist we ended up turning a 7.5 mile walk into a 17 miler!!BillyP03/03/2011
climbed from Buckden, first of 4 unclimbed Deweys around the Waldendale skylinerobert27/02/2011
top in snow from the top of bishopdale - direct ascent from howgill farmgigglejon18/02/2010
Cross over this summit when walking home from work.funkyferret23/02/2009
Reached the peak following the ridge up from Newbiggin to Buckden Pike, and then down into Starbotton. Day 2 of my Gold DofE expedition with the GLSW Scouts.Edgemaster09/04/2008
Dewey bagging, walk 3/6; Brown Haw and Naughtberry Hill from Walden Head RHW13/12/1997
2 of 2: From Buckden Pike. On to Newbiggin, Thoralby, Cray, Buckden.ChrisR09/09/1984
HS w/e to Garsdale Head YH (its last we/e ever before closing). An easier day after 3 Peaks day before. Linear moorland trudge N to S from Newbiggin to Kettlwell with Rowena, Steve Davies, Richard Queenborough. Happened to cross this summit and Buckden Pike before being collected by minbus at Kettlewell.Chris Pearson06/11/1983
From Buckden Pike.ChrisR25/07/1982
On Yorkshire Centurion walkPeterD12/04/1982
With: pt mjs; From Aysgarth YH up to Thoralby Common. Much frozen bog. Across yo yockenthwaite Moor & down to Buckden to Buck Inn. Up to Buckden Pike then Naughtberry Hill & back to Aysgarth via West Burton.Ian Baines24/01/1976
Edwin Gradwell23/07/2019
Dave Geere19/11/2016
Walking puggle23/04/2016
andrew brown18/07/2015
A W Bryan16/08/2014