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Name:Wolfhole Crag
Hill number:3639
Height:527m / 1729ft
Parent (Ma):2811  Ward's Stone
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Lancashire (CoU)
Hill area:Forest of Bowland
Catchment:Lune, Catchment Boundaries, Ribble
Watershed:Liverpool Bay, Morecambe Bay
Class:Dodd (500-599m), Dewey
(Tu,5,Dew)
Grid ref:SD 63369 57844
Summit feature:large boulder 3m S of trig point
Drop:39m
Col:488m  SD618582  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 102 103
(1:25k) OL41W
Observations:top of boulder is 80cm above trig point FB
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 114 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Wards Stone Trig > Wards Stone > Wolfhole Crag from GR: SD 58797 55651ronaldo33305/10/2019
Wards Stone Trig > Wards Stone > Wolfhole Crag from GR: SD 58797 55651Hippster05/10/2019
From Dunsop BridgeSlash329/06/2019
Grit Fell, Ward's Stone and Wolfhole Crag from the tower car park, then back the same way. Very warm day, bogs largely drythe_adam19/04/2019
Set off from tower lodge, across Brennand hill. Snowy & very very biggy!Katehenry3620/01/2019
Left bike at gate to NE and climbed on foot. Very rough walking. Nice shapely, rocky summit. Q7 Completed! Descended in fading light and dropping temperature. Just about enough light to bike back to Lower Salter. 4 hoursWycombe Wanderer31/08/2018
From Cross of Greet. 30 mins up to White Hill, then long slog to Wolfstone Crag. Returned same route.4hr round trip.Longwojo05/08/2018
Walked on my own from Abbeystead. . Drizzly but warm and humid as I climbed but as I headed back towards Ward's Stone it turned wetter and cooler. A handy fence leads directly to the trig point of this fell which was very useful in the cloud.flockwatcher03/08/2018
With SDT & MY. Parked on grassy area at roadside about 0.5 miles W of Tarnbrook (SD5803855657). Vehicle track to Brown Syke then moorland to summit. Out & back 3h30m.ADT28/07/2018
From Dunsop Bridge after Baxton Fellmart079709/05/2018
Tarnbrook, Grit Fell, Ward's Stone, Wolfhole Crag. With Chris.ijpowell22/03/2018
From Tower Lodge. A blizzard on the top made it more of an adventure.RobertP11/02/2018
HP is a sloping, climbable rock next to trig in a cluster of large, weathered, gritstone outcrops on the S side of the wall. The ground was frozen, heather glowed red in cool sun, which also illuminated silver puddles. We could see across to snow -dusted Inglebrough, Pen Y Ghent and Whernside as well as the Howgills and Lakeland Fells. Ascended on good gravel track from Tarnbrook hamlet to the ridge and then along the ridge on frozen heather moorland following fence line.Continued to Ward's Stone- superb walk.Denise 07/01/2018
From the W along the moorland ridge keeping to the S side of fence / wall. A great little summit with gritstone boulders and trig. Icy, clear views, sunshine cold. No Wolves.RichardM07/01/2018
Extended the Ward's Stone walk to pick this off, turned into a 28k trudge over rough wet ground. Back to Jubilee Tower car park 2hrs after sunset. Sunshine, blizzards, driving rain - had it all today, except wind thankfully.jonglew25/11/2017
From Tarnbrook. Not an easy place to park. Access Land - no dogs permitted. Solo.Dangerous Dave17/03/2017
Parked at Tarnbrook. The gravel road runs up to Brown Syke and then a decent walk to the summit. Almost 8 miles and 3 and a quarter hours with GB.bolton11/01/2017
Parked in Tarnbrook on the large area of grass alongside the start of the Tarnsyke Clough track at 588557 - E. along RoW & then NE up gravel vehicle track to high point - Good path/ATV track to summit. (PM)gerrybowes11/01/2017
en route to Ward's StoneIanHHill06/07/2016
Dunsop Bridge - Whins Brow - Wolfhole Crag - White Hill - Whitendale - Middle Knoll - Dunsop Bridgedavidpettit8414/05/2016
A favorite - park at Stoops Bridge Abbystead - Grizdale Bridge - Higher Lee - Margerys Hill - Ward Stone Breast - Ward Stone Plateau Trig 1 (560m) then via Black Side to Trg 2 (561m) - follow wall fence to Wolfhole Crag (Trig - 527m) - down to Tarn Brook - then Lower Lee and along the tree lined avenue back to the carbriandavies04/10/2015
Started at Jubilee Tower taking soggy path up to Grit Fell. From there over surprisingly dry ground to Ward's Stone and then on to Wolfhole Crag following concession path. Returned using land rover track to south of Tarnbrook Fell then down by infant River Grizedale and back up tarmac road. Excellent views of Morecombe Bay and Blackpool Tower.SS31/08/2015
From Tower Lodge. Then onto Ward's Stone.alistairpooler25/10/2014
From Jubilee Tower, Clougha Pike, Grit Fell, Ward's Stone and Wolfhole Crag. Returned via Tarnbrook and Lower Lee.rhalstead04/05/2014
last one of a few summits done todaybardolph18/02/2014
Easy parking within Tarnbrook village (several sizeable areas once you pass the first house). From here a gravelled shooting track leads right up to the top of the ridge. A good footpath then leads from here to the top. A good starting point if you wish to take in Ward Stones as well (10 miles round trip)moorsman01/10/2013
Parking easy. As DL but returned via track. The track goes further than on the 1:50 map. Fence starts 1.66km from summit and path is OK.destaylor29/08/2013
From Tower Lodge and over Gt Brennand. Fine summit area. Bog very dry. A contender for Lancashire's remotest trig?Aye Jimmy24/07/2013
Walked to Whitendale Hanging Stones from Tarnbrooklongwayround 21/07/2013
With Jo, circular walk from Tower Lodge: path to Gilberton, track to ridge fence, Wolfhole Crag, returning down fence to Millers House, footpath to White Moor. Weather; high cloud, cool breeze, good visibility.amblerbob21/07/2013
From Jubilee TowerPeteF08/06/2013
From High Salter to NW, via track running to col below White Hill. Onward over Wolfhole Crag, fine rocky summit and grand views to Blackpool tower. then to Ward's Stone and steeply back to start via Mallowdale farm.nordicstar14/10/2012
top from wards stonegigglejon12/02/2010
Start at Tower Lodge, up Wyre Way towards Tarnbrook, up landrover track ie Black Side of Tarnbrook Fell, then fence along to summit, large boulder higher than trig back via Brennand Great Hill, Millers House to Trough Road.Dugswell226/09/2009
Great vies to the North Westsylverd03/06/2009
estNick Caunt01/04/2009
Forest of Bowland walk with Steve Dixon.jackfowler07/02/2009
RHW12/07/2008
From Ward Stones.alwaysinshorts27/06/2007
From Tower Lodge on the trough road. Over Brennand Great Hill. Trig pillar on top. Attractive craggy scarp in a sea of heather.mick29/01/2006
Unsure of date but between Christmas and New Year probably 2005 or 2006. Route began at Tarnbrook and included Ward's Stone and Wolfhole Crag.dave_a27/12/2005
With Lesley from south up Wards Stone and along to Wolfhole Crag ( 2 x 500m tops) passing a small tarn full of seagulls. Then to Grandma's in Blackburn for tea.Chris Pearson08/06/1997
From Slaidburn via Roman Road. Back via Dunsop Head.ChrisR21/04/1991
On a trip from Quernmore to Giggleswick 2005(?) - sadly after it had become legal.summitsupblank
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