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Name:Cold Moor [Broughton Bank]
Hill number:7749
Height:402m / 1319ft
Parent (Ma):2831  Cringle Moor - Drake Howe
RHB Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:North Yorkshire (CoU)
Catchment:Derwent (Goole), Catchment Boundaries, Tees
Watershed:St Bees Head to Ravenscar, Tees Bay, Humber Estuary
Class:Tump (400-499m), Subhump
Grid ref:NZ 55058 03462
Summit feature:no feature
Col:312m  NZ546033  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 93
(1:25k) OL26N
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 231 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Recce of Bilsdale Fell Racecockwomble26/01/2020
From Lordstones.MrChris198005/01/2020
10 Mile hike from Clay Bank. Starting from From Clay Bank car park. Cleveland Way up to Urra Moor and south along the edge of Urra Moor (very boggy in places) past East Bank Plantation, dropping down past William Beck Farm to Chop Gate. Through Chop Gate and up onto Cold Moor. Back to Clay Bank via the track through the top of the woods under Wain Stones and Raven's Scar.Nat19/12/2019
Nomad Perkins04/11/2019
From Lord Stones along Cleveland Way (and return from Clay Bank)paulcook280905/10/2019
From Lord Stones. Second ascent from Chop Gate.paulcook280929/09/2019
From White Hill on the Cleveland Way, then N to across the field before the renascent to the Wain Stones, crossing the fence at a square wriggle-through by a large boulder in the corner of the field and following the wide contouring track back to Clay Bank.Nick Down130/08/2019
dave g30/08/2019
2nd top from Clay Bank warm day.Fellhugger30/07/2019
From Lord Stones / Cringle Moor.paulcook280927/07/2019
From Lord Stones (via lower path)paulcook280915/06/2019
Linear walk with Jill. Clay Bank car park, Hasty Bank, Cold Moor, Cringle Moor, Carlton Moor, Swainby. At the road just before Carlton Moor there is a n excellent café that is not shown on the OS map.ijpowell13/06/2019
Layby at top of Clay Bank at NZ 57280 03339 - Along Cleveland Way, most of it paved, to unmarked summit which lies a metre or so N. of the path. (S)gerrybowes02/04/2019
Hardmoors 50 (Cleveland Way; Guisborough to Helmsley)paulcook280916/03/2019
Up Bank Lane from Maynards garden centre.paulcook280916/02/2019
from Clay Bank, arranged pickup to North Muddy track through woodscjo10/02/2019
Out and back on CW from Lord Stones to Clay Bankpaulcook280903/11/2018
Out and back from Clay Bank to Carlton Bankpaulcook280915/09/2018
Running out of time and energy, this was the last summit of the day with good views back to the impressive Wain Stones and the climbers thereon. Speedy walk to Battersby along roads/footpaths to make the last train to Middlesbrough (1930) by 4 minutes.JOHNS02/09/2018
From Chop Gate via Carlton Moor and Cringle Moor.Wheelsy28/08/2018
From Clay Bank (via Wainstones)paulcook280928/06/2018
Final stage of Coast-To-Coast from Welbury to Robin Hoods Bay. Beautiful weather, with Chris, Fred, Phil and Gaz.mavero1005/05/2018
Alex C16/04/2018
Out and back from Lord Stones to Clay Bankpaulcook280901/04/2018
Hardmoors 55 (Helmsley to Guisborough)paulcook280917/03/2018
After Cringle Moor, then doubled back to Lord Stones car park.jonglew11/03/2018
From Lord Stones and Cringle Moorpaulcook280907/03/2018
Cleveland Way from Lord Stones (and reverse route)paulcook280931/01/2018
From St Hilda’s (Seave Green) to Bilsdale Hall and up Broad Ings to Round Hill. Following the Cleveland Way across Urra Moor along Carr Ridge to Drake Howe, via White Hill (Hasty Bank) and Cold Moor. Back via Cold Moor to Seave Green, via Bank House.raymooremanx27/01/2018
After Drake Howe. Then return to car for a coffee.Dusty29/11/2017
Katbus 2725/09/2017
Rambling Ray16/06/2017
Wainstones Marathonpaulcook280911/06/2017
From Drake Howe with Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie. Turned south down the ridge to Cold Moor S Top (385m) - Top No.81 (out of 332) in Michael Dewey's Table of Notable Hill Tops of England and Wales.Dangerous Dave01/06/2017
Clay Bank to Lord Stonespaulcook280928/05/2017
On 13.65m leg of Cleveland Way from Carlton Bank to Kildale with Jayne Whitaker.pwhitaker_196618/05/2017
From Clay Bank to Lord Stonespaulcook280906/05/2017
Part of a circular walk from Urra Moor to Carlton Moorhillexplorer15/04/2017
From Clay Bank Car Park along Cleveland Way over the tops to Drake Howe on glorious morning. Returned to north of first bump and south of second for variety then out and back to Urra Moor.SS19/02/2017
andy elliott28/01/2017
Run to Cringle Moor from Clay Bank. Solo. Windy but bright and clear.PreCambrianLife22/01/2017