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Name:Height of Hazely
Hill number:3617
Height:553m / 1814ft
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:Hump, Dodd (500-599m), Dewey, Clem
(Hu,Tu,5,Dew,Cm)
Grid ref:SE 03754 85963
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:124m
Col:429m  SE021826  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 98
(1:25k) OL30S
Observations:summit is on path by bend in fence and 40m S of fence junction at SE 03748 86004
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 114 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Good track from east to plateau, then rough heather.PGCE22/07/2019
Walked up through fields and woods from West Burton. Path unclear in places. I'd recommend using the By-way on the north side or the Bridleway on the south. Good views.IanHHill06/04/2019
From Carlton, to look for buried block then onto Heights of Hazely and trig pillar.cjo09/03/2019
With my wife and brother - quick morning ascent from West Burton via Cote Farm to this and Harland Hill. Easy walk, no bog, this summit was fairly flat and featureless - high point could be anywhere. Views were good on the ascent, less so on the summit.wheresthepath14/08/2018
An easy solo walk from Harland Hill in increasingly wet weather. 2 hours 10 minutes for both hills.bolton24/04/2018
Harland Hill  > Height of Hazely from GR: SE 01864 85551ronaldo33307/01/2018
From West Witton and Penhillpaulcook280904/11/2017
I went up from the RoW to the north that ends below Black Scar. I climbed the wall by a hurdle (complete with barbed wire) to the west of Black Scar. Featureless summit. I went down to the bridleway to the south. My last English Hump > 500m.Alan Moore27/10/2017
With K. Confusing paths and no obvious route to the summit. An unmapped path following the wall at the north shoulder of the hill is an adequate route leading close to the summit.Ashley16/07/2017
Easy parking From high point of road to the east. Flat summit area and many a bump on both sides of the fence were visited.Alan Caine20/05/2017
From West Burton with Jeffrey via Morpeth Wood, Knights Templars monument, Langthwaite Lane, Penhill Quarry and Black Scar; before wading through snow drifts and hugging the wall round to the west and then following wall to summit. Near whiteout and serious wind-chill. Not entirely sure we should have been there.rfoster12/02/2017
With Jo, from Carlton: b/w to boundary wall, then onto Harland Hill and then Height of Hazely, returning via Penhill trig and Penhill Beacon, and then across Melmerby Moor. Weather; generally sunny with cool breeze, good visibility.amblerbob30/07/2016
Parked on grass verge about 200m beyond Cote Farm (Space for 2 or 3 cars) - Up bridleway for just over ¾km & then excellent ATV track to plateau & then short walk to summit of Harland Hill - From Harland hill followed west side of wall/fence to unmarked summit - Bridleway back to Cote Farm. (S)gerrybowes05/07/2016
From West Burton to Cote Farm then up track to broken wall. From there over to gate and short path in heather to Harland Hill. Then followed fairly damp path (not surprised given recent rain) to Height of Hazeley before returning to col and down ROW to farm and then West Burton.SS23/01/2016
With Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie. We also visited the trig point before descending to Carlton.Dangerous Dave30/10/2015
Ran up from West Witton. V misty.stever27/08/2015
40 min survey to find highest point Galltywenallt29/05/2015
Shirtsleeves walk up bridleway from Cote Farm.Near top took firm track diagonally left to fence/wall.Then slightly wet path to what appears to be top.Good walk but totally boring summit.catman08/04/2015
Ran up in snowy conditions. Not a lot to see, really!Tony Vardy24/02/2015
Started West Burton. Went past waterfall and followed field path to Cote Bridge. Good track all way to close to summit of Harland Hill. Followed wall on a broad ridge to Height of Hazely. Then back to West Burton.MikeM06/02/2015
Continuation of walk from Harland Hill. Followed ATV track north-east to bridleway, then continued NNE by wall/fence to unmarked summit about 20m south-west of fence junction. To return, retraced outward rout (mostly) to bridleway, which we followed down into Waldendale. With AT.Man of Kernow128/09/2014
Parked at Cote Farm. Up on tracks into mist. Used GPS to find N/S wall and followed this to the broad flat top of the moor. No cairn.arranc10/07/2013
Started from Walden Dale, Cote Farm, up the track to the saddle, then followed the wall to the summit. Typical April day with sun and showers. Walked with Graham and Ruben.karencooke27/04/2013
Easy parking at junction by Penhill to NE. Track then permissive path. Path on plateau.destaylor13/07/2012
Carlton - Melmerby Moor - Penhill - Height of Hazely - Harland Hill - Fleensop Moor - Fleensop - Carlton. Sunny, cold with snow on tops.PaulH03/02/2012
from Carlton, Harland Hill, Height of Hazelyjoseph mitchell23/04/2011
climbed from West Burton on the return leg of the Waldendale skylinerobert27/02/2011
Parked after cattle grid on way to Melmerby. Walk back down road then follow sign to Penhill. Penhill Beacon, trig then follow wall until after second gate where headed south over flattish moorland. GPS used to locate summit. Cool Sunny + damp under foot.Dugswell216/11/2010
W Jenx, from the East over Pen Hill and out to summit area, grand views of lower Swalenordicstar06/04/2010
from harland hill - beacon woulod be a much better top than the real summitgigglejon29/10/2009
Ran up to this peak past the Pen Hill beacon. Shame the beacon is not at the summit because the summit itself is fairly unassuming. Great views of mid Wensleydale.funkyferret19/08/2007
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. Too late to add Little Whernside so fields then a lift for 3 miles back to car.Chris Pearson18/04/1999
Dewey bagging, walk 2/6; Height of Hazely and Harland Hill from Walden Beck 018854 RHW13/12/1997
From Carlton in Coverdale.ChrisR23/06/1996
Parked to the E and walked via Pen Hill. Very flat summit, highest point a matter of opinion.Aye Jimmy06/09/1992
A foot of fresh snow on the Pennines so I drove over to West Witton from Hull for a winter walk up Pen Hill, striking in so many views. It did not disappoint; snow flurries and spindrift were hard to separate- lots of sunshine, too, so good views. Care needed on ice by the beacon, due to the strong wind. I kept to the escarpment most of the way to the line of the bw down to Cote in Waldendale. My log book has the height of the highest point- probably just visited to keep a good sense of direction on the last km of the moorland which had fewer features as it turned S.pwheeler28/01/1990
2 of 2: From Harland Hill.ChrisR18/12/1988
Edwin Gradwell27/08/2019
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A W Bryan07/07/2018
coldfeet706/06/2018
ianwatson27/04/2018
AlanD20/10/2017
daddybond22/09/2017
Bug16/07/2017
softsquare20/01/2017
Dave Geere04/12/2016