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Name:Calver Hill [Reeth Low Moor]
Hill number:7723
Height:487.2m / 1598ft
Parent (Ma):2740  Rogan's Seat
RHB Section:35A: The Northern Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Yorkshire Dales - Northern Fells
County/UA:North Yorkshire (CoU)
Catchment:Ouse (York)
Class:Tump (400-499m), Subhump
Grid ref:NZ 01311 00323
Summit feature:perimeter of old shaft
Col:396.7m  NY 9930 0095  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 92
(1:25k) OL30N
Observations:10cm higher than rock within 1m of cairn 35m SE at NZ 01338 00300
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 83 users)ByDate of Ascent
From minor road to the north east. Nice hill and summit with great views.Alan Caine26/07/2020
Between 1st and 2nd breakfast from a wild camp near the NW track.Eddie20/07/2020
Heathery ascent from west then good path down to eastColin Crawford13/09/2019
Walked as part of 3 Peaks including Harkerside and Fremlington Edge circular from ReethJACKD1306/07/2019
Lovely walk from Thirns to S (NZ012995) - track/path to summitcarole engel22/04/2019
From Healaughpaulcook280921/04/2019
Sunny morning now getting bit more overcastvegibagger04/04/2019
From Booze Wood (off Fremington Edge)paulcook280924/03/2019
From Langthwaitepaulcook280903/03/2019
Parked on highpoint of road to NE where RoW crosses. Track from there to the summit.Adrian07/01/2019
First summit of the year. Great sunny day with distant views. From roadhead to south.cjo01/01/2019
Very windy. Nearly blown off my feet at the top.ngthack29/12/2018
From Booze Woodpaulcook280910/11/2018
From CP on Arkengarthdale road before Langthwaite, round to col at W side, back down NE side from summit.IanHHill31/08/2018
Tan Hill - Whaw - Hoove - Langthwaite - Calver Hill - Healaugh - Low Row bunkhouse.Mark Jackson02/08/2018
Straight up from West Raw Croft Farm on path across Access Land. Dogs permitted. Lovely descent along fp through numerous fields back to Reeth. Had a pint in The Buck Inn. With Alfie.Dangerous Dave10/07/2018
From Healaughpaulcook280921/04/2018
CW circuit taking in Frem Edge, Reeth, riverside to Healaugh, & Calver hill. Some quite interesting topography. Calver is very shapely with lots of features.ger16/04/2018
Calver Hill [Reeth Low Moor] from GR: NZ 01841 01228ronaldo33301/04/2018
Walk from Hoove to Fremington Edge and onto Calver Hill. Then walked to Reeth to catch bus to Richmondtrimarc222/03/2018
From Reeth (across farm fields)paulcook280930/01/2018
Started at footpath to NNE at point 332 metres. Easy 1 km+ ascent on a sensible direct line.Dugswell203/07/2017
Tracks and paths followed from road to the north starting at point 332 on map.Fisky Boy04/06/2017
With Fisky Boy.Brenda Cloke04/06/2017
Dales Trail 20Kpatriciagill01/04/2017
Climbed as part of Anne Luxmore's 50,000 challenge for SOCJill Wiseman15/06/2016
From near Surrender Bridge to Reeth. Good trod all the way over the top.Moorponder10/04/2016
Calver Hill and Fremington Edge with Neil, Emma, Cabe and Bev. Very windy New Years Eve.simon and co31/12/2015
With Jo, from Reeth: along Arkengarthdale Road to its summit, then followed arranc’s route onto Calver Hill. Weather; cloudy, warm good visibility.amblerbob13/09/2015
From north starting at 330m. Faint paths all the way. Nice hill.arranc25/06/2015
Circular walk from Reeth finishing on East side of Arkle Beck.Sunny spring day with good views.With Peter.catman08/03/2014
Climbed with DUHWS from SwaledaleBlue Scrambler26/10/2013
From opposite hill on Arkengarthdale road. Pleasant short walk, cairn on top and good views.Aye Jimmy25/05/2013
Reeth, Fremington Edge, Storthwaite Hall, Arkle Town, Calver Hill, Reeth. Bright/sunny. Air clear, so good views.PaulH30/04/2013
From road to north. A lovely hill with great views over Reeth once the capital of lead mining in Swaledale in mid 19thC- left a scarred landscape.Chris Pearson17/06/2012
From road to north.jimbloomer13/04/2012
Parked SE 011995, Followed track East to finger post then path to wall,followed wall then path to top.Anton23/11/2011
Date an estimate. With DW, SL & GW. Fantastic weather - lots of snow and ice!AGWilliamson27/12/2009
Parking at end of gated minor road from Healaugh SE 01191 99542. Easy route from here. Just beyond the summit cairn there’s the rim of a small sink hole that looks to be of equal height.David Gradwell17/05/2009
First time w Jenx, and several since. Walked from Reeth on FP, via Healaugh and lane towards Nova Scotia. Back down steeps to Riddings and direct into Reeth/pubnordicstar12/07/2008
fine limest hill; v attractive view. f/p from E to summit RHW20/07/2003
2 of 2: From Fremington Edge. Back to Reeth.ChrisR26/02/1997
Staindrop GroupVin03/04/1976
Alan Whatley08/10/2018
Martin R02/01/2017
Rambling Ray21/06/2013
George Gradwell17/05/2009
Edwin Gradwell17/05/2009
A W Bryan19/02/2006