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Name:Heads
Hill number:7752
Height:308m / 1010ft
Parent (Ma):2830  Urra Moor - Round Hill
RHB Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:North Yorkshire (CoU)
Catchment:Esk (Whitby)
Class:Tump (300-399m), Subhump
(Tu,3,sHu)
Grid ref:NZ 72276 05235
Summit feature:ground by wall
Drop:96m
Col:212m  NZ717050  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 94
(1:25k) OL27N
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 29 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked by houses and followed bridleway then hidden footpath to top. Was told by a local lady there was no access to top as private, but no barrier to suggest this.Argentum6624/10/2019
From FP to S. Easily thru' open wood to open access land and feint path to topcarole engel26/12/2018
Revisit to take photo. Local farmers and all connected with area call this hill Fairy Call Hill. Good parking alongside the postbox in the wall of the cottages to the west end of the footpath running south of the hill. Go through the field and once you reach the trees head straight upwards through them on an easy clearing. Access through top wall then follow the path initially to the left. This circles the hill for about 200m before meeting a path upwards. 2 gates give access to the summit side of the wall.moorsman18/11/2018
Up the green lane, right to the forest, follow the path for a bit then double back near as you reach the top. Through the woods and there’s the bracken-y summit.mrs_ts727/08/2018
Little Fry up Dale is a gorgeous name and it's a lovely valley with this easterly ridge a particularly attractive profile. From the gath below the SW end at the col, initially along ROW SE under the woodland but then up through the private woodland and up round the left, west flank and steeply up the side to the summit.vegibagger21/04/2018
With Jo, from Slate Hill House: Heads and then Danby Moor trig. Weather; sunny, warm, good visibility.amblerbob20/08/2015
Parked at junction west of cattle grid. On road past Stonebeck Gate Farm to Fairy Cross and path to south of wood. Track directly north through sparse trees (rough terrain cycle course being built) through wall and up on path through tall bracken steeply up to crags, around these and to ridge wall. Nice hill.arranc26/06/2015
Enjoyable 7 miles walk from Danby Lodge in improving weather.Bridleway from near Stonebeck Gate Farm,then path up side of wall.Decent views today.With Bridget,Oscar and Bonnie.catman25/01/2015
With Catman,Oscar and Bonnie.rosiebridge25/01/2015
With Bonnie,Bridget and Catman.oscarrosie25/01/2015
From W, RoW then straight up, path partway then bracken & bilberryRHW09/11/2013
From the Moors Centre, via a farm (I forget which) and up a bracken-infested track to the access land, and then to the summit.DanHolme31/08/2013
Quick up and down.peebs04/04/2013
Parked at Stonegate Beck Farm, up road short way then bridleway led off. Nice little hill. Wall follows crest of summit ridge. Tiny cairn on one side of wall, rock on other side.Aye Jimmy21/03/2013
Supervising Gold D of E group -driving around in the minibus meeting them from time to time, giving time to dart about bagging nearby peaks. I liked this one -steep off fp to summit ridge iChris Pearson01/04/2012
Ascended from Fairy Cross Plain to the south.yorkie27/02/2012
softsquare06/09/2019
kitp06/01/2019
ngthack27/12/2018
dexly08/08/2018
Alan Whatley14/10/2017
Martin R24/01/2017
mae13/09/2016
GordonAdshead11/05/2016
jamiehighton12/10/2014
maknipe20/04/2013
stevent080907/01/2012
andrew.allum01/01/2000
IainT05/02/1998