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Name:Cracoe Fell
Hill number:3682
Height:507.8m / 1666ft
RHB Section:35B: The Central Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Yorkshire Dales - Southern Fells
County/UA:North Yorkshire (CoU)
Catchment:Aire, Catchment Boundaries, Wharfe
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Dodd (500-599m), Dewey
Grid ref:SD 99312 58837
Summit feature:NW corner of rock plinth supporting monument
Col:197.8m  SD975602  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 103
(1:25k) OL2S
Survey:Leica NA730
Survey of Thorpe Fell Top and Cracoe Fell (Final).doc
Comments:Replaced 2803 Thorpe Fell Top in June 2008
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 296 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
A Peckish09/07/2019
Up from Thorpe, to the trig point first then down to the track and along to the monument. Grouse moorland. Pretty windy. Had to hold onto the monument to balance at the high point.Father Ted14/04/2019
From Thorpe via TFT. Stupidly went directly from TFT in a straight line. Try this - after TFT, return to track follow it to the wall, then follow tros along the wall to summit. Sunny and warm.iangalbraith22/02/2019
Ben Rinnes15/02/2019
Saturday lunchtime. 2.5 hours return from Rylstone along bridleway to cross then onto obelisk. Great walk.Longwojo05/01/2019
4th top of 8 on a route from Grassington to Skipton climbing Elbolton and Kail hill then Thorpe Fell conrinuing the moorland slog to 1st reach and explore the Tors then via ladder stile to climb up the highest side. Continued by climbing through one of the gulleys between two tors (and almost getting stuck) to head off towards Brown Bank...Dazingdale29/12/2018
From Cracoe to Linton via Cracoe Fell top, Thorpe Fell Top and Elbolton.summitsup10/12/2018
From Cracoe Fell Lane. Yomped across to Thorpe Fell just in case.squeegs27/09/2018
Parked in lay by on corner in Ryleston and walked back down busy road to bridleway up to cross-surprised it's made of concrete . Then along edge to obelsisk memorial. 2 hours.Mark Sims04/05/2018
Evening walk from Cracoe village up Fell Lane Road/Track. At junction branched right through gate following track to miniwind turbine/solar panel, then straight up on limited path lines.N.Morters25/04/2018
No doubt AD will move the summit to Thorpe Fell...bagged from Embsey on good wet footpaths after visiting Brown Bank. As it was later than I would have liked retuned sameish way to EmbseyButeobuteo07/04/2018
Burnsell (Parked by Bridge) - Numberstones End - Old Mine Workings - Thorpe Fell Top summit & trig (506m) - Cracoe Fell summit and Oberlisk (507.8m) - R (Rylstone) /C (Cracoe) Boundary Stones - Upper Barden Reservoir - Standard Hill - Gill Beck Tarn - Air Scar Crags - The Owl (Sculpture) - Burnsell.briandavies28/12/2017
From Cracoe, parking on Fell Lane. Faint boggy track through rough ground leads eventualy to the top. Impressive tower on large slab rock outcrop marks the summit.jonglew24/12/2017
lovely walk just watch out for grouse shooting timesiannotts30/09/2017
Parked in layby at SD969588. Walked to Rylstone church then on to Cracoe. Used permissive path to reach access land. Followed grassy path to summit obelisk. Continued along ridge (path with best views on NW side of wall) to Cross and then descended shortly afterwards back to Rylstone Church.raffemeister13/09/2017
From Halton Height parking via estate tracks then footpath to High Bank. At this point the view opens up and the wind starts kicking off! Some stunning wind and rain carved stones along this stretch. The obelisk for a time doesnt seem to get any closer. A fine monument though with a superb view. Crikey it was breezy though. Reached ob in under an hour and three quarters and later on was feeling the pace a bit but next off to find the trig pillar next. My 500th!stig_nest06/09/2017
From Thorpe junction, back to Appletreewick via Rylestone Cross and Barden Reservoirpatriciagill30/07/2017
Train to Skipton, bus to Linton then Elbolton Fell, Kail Hill, Thorpe Fell, Cracoe Fell, Brown Bank and Halton Height and then walk back to Skipton Station for return to Londontrimarc223/05/2017
Solo - circuit oftener topsAimless Rambler22/05/2017
Tony Wilson04/05/2017
Sue and meTonyandsue17/02/2017
Wayne Mac06/02/2017
From Embsay Reservoir.lenman04/02/2017
4/6 Yorkshire hill bagging day Fourth of six (Skipton Moor/Sharp How/Brown Bank/Cracoe Fell/Thorpe Fell Top/Greenhow Hill Top)Fergalh13/11/2016
Up from wee layby at Rylstone and along edge. Wet.fasgadh18/10/2016
From Thorpe village and then onto Thorpe Fell.bevandy11425/09/2016
On a two night backapack, camped by wall at Peters Crag to the east. Miserable wet night but I had Wine and Lasagna.mick21/09/2016
Takes longer than anticipated to get to the obelisk! Great ridge walk. From Rylstone.twg2712/09/2016
From Embsay, via Sharp Haw over Rough Haw (yes, it is) to Rylstone and up the bridleway to Cracoe Fell on a blisteringly hot day. Mercifully short bog trotting from the track NE of Threapland Gill to the trig, then down NE to the shooting hut. Torrential rain at Upper Barden Reservoir provided a refreshing soaking. Back via Stoneridge quarries path.Gill27/08/2016
Thorpe Fell - Cracoe Fellronaldo33323/07/2016
With K. Longer than anticipated. Pleasant route via bridleway to south from layby to west. Unfortunately marred by low cloud and rain.Ashley09/07/2016
12.3 mile circular from car park at Halton Moor walked up to Halton Height (High Crag), then followed lane up to Brown Bank, across to the cross then onto Cracoe Fell (Watt Crag), walked back down wall to another lane then cut across heather to Thorpe Fell Top trig, cut back to lane then followed lanes to Upper Barden Reservoir dam back to the car park. Bagged Sharp Haw and Rough Haw earlier that day.DanTrig11/02/2016