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Name:Islington Hill
Hill number:7721
Height:492m / 1614ft
Parent (Ma):2714  Burnhope Seat
RHB Section:35A: The Northern Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:North Pennines - Eastern Fells
County/UA:Durham (CoU)
Catchment:Tees, Catchment Boundaries, Wear
Class:Tump (400-499m)
(Tu,4)
Grid ref:NZ 00116 29884
Summit feature:no feature: heather
Drop:45m
Col:447m  NY997306  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 92
(1:25k) OL31E
Observations:ground 50m SE is just lower
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 37 users)ByDate of Ascent
14.18 across from NWvegibagger15/09/2019
From CP to NW. Track along grouse butts becomes grassy and passes very close to summit - lovelycarole engel22/04/2019
A mainly wet day in the N Pennines. P at bridge (NY992290) - pleasant walk SW then S by swollen streams. Ascent to Millstone Rigg (heavy rain), then on to Islington Hill & Long Man. A mixture of tracks, paths & pathless - quite atmospheric!ger06/03/2019
Made an Angel in the snow.Martin R30/01/2019
wall up track then path passing newly constructed shooting butts. heather summitcjo24/02/2018
Parked at cp on road bend. Followed track almost to summit. Another feature place.John Lee09/12/2017
Parked up to the west and ran up the track and then across the top to various points to make sure.madaddo16/06/2017
With Jo, from B6278 (Sharnbury Gill cp), up track to Islington Hill, then faint track across surprisingly dry Robin Weathers to Millstone Rigg, returning along road. Weather; sunny intervals, windy, good visibility.amblerbob09/09/2016
Parked 996306 walked up with JMB Bright Breezy dayBheinn25/03/2016
From parking area to the north initially alongside some grouse butts following a track of varying sorts as far as a currick, and thereafter a short heather plod to the summitFisky Boy07/05/2015
With Fisky BoyBrenda Cloke07/05/2015
Parked to North, jogged up track with short detour to summit. Continued on over rough feautureless heather to Millstone Rigg. Track near end. Back similar way using ATV and sheep tracks where possible. 1hr circuit on dry day.nordicstar23/07/2014
From parking area at 996,306; first to Long Man, then south across the moor to Islington Hill and Millstone Rigg. Back along the road - 6 miles, 3.5 hours - good stretch.Crib Goch11/12/2013
From car park to south at NY 99706 30661 (448m) As Aye Jimmy.David Gradwell28/07/2013
Car park on bend in B6278, horrible new gravel road leads to older grassy track. Summit lies to E of this.Aye Jimmy09/06/2013
Up and down from NW on trackChris Pearson24/06/2012
Circular run out of Bollihope taking in Monk's Moor, Millstone Rigg, Islington Hill and Long Man. Slightly suspect hits on unclear summits.jhodson12/04/2012
1 km from the parking area to the north up the track and then wander eastward to a totally undefined toppeebs15/11/2011
dullish hill & view, deepish heather. parking to N, track +/- to summit RHW07/03/2004
Walked along the main ridge north from Teesdale. Mainly untrodden moorland with frequent boggy tracts. After Islington hill the snow started and it blizzarded horizontally across me so I made a beeline for the road intending to follow it back. As I sheltered behind a road sign a van driver took pity on me, stopped and gave me a lift back!moorsman09/09/1999
GaryJones25/03/2018
Adrian26/11/2017
Alan Caine08/09/2017
ngthack26/10/2016
Dave Geere16/10/2016
michael06/09/2015
mae04/05/2015
MM18/04/2015
Edwin Gradwell28/07/2013
jimbloomer18/10/2012
Rambling Ray16/08/2012
Anton02/08/2012
stevent080911/02/2012
andrew.allum01/01/2000
Laurel26/11/1995
Rowan26/11/1995
maknipe25/05/1987