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Name:Wideopen Hill
Hill number:13965
Height:368m / 1207ft
Parent (Ma):1934  Hownam Law
RHB Section:28B: The River Tweed to the English Border
Nuttall/Wainwright area:The Cheviots
County/UA:Scottish Borders (UA)
Class:Tump (300-399m)
Grid ref:NT 79862 24303
Summit feature:no feature: ground 15m WNW from thickest wooden post at wall corner
Col:284m  NT799235  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 74
(1:25k) OL16W
Observations:slight mound at NT 79939 24283 similar height
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 30 users)ByDate of Ascent
From NE, along the waymarked St Cuthbert's Way with a few minor bumps en route. Grassy HP 15m WNW of wall bend. Chilly with a few spots of rain, down at dusk. Then home via The Spetchells an interesting P28.5 (it turns out), NZ 1043 6421 at Prudhoe, Northumberland.RHW20/01/2019
From layby and footbridge near NT 7801.2487. Didn't seem to be a well-used approach until St.Cuthbert's Way was reached at Grubbit Law, then very pleasant.Aye Jimmy21/08/2018
Duncanhaugh- St Cuthberts Way to summit of Wide Open Hill - Cushet End - Hownam Law (& trig) - Braemoor Knowe - Hownam Burn - Belford on Bowmont - Lane back to Town Yetholm (Duncanhaugh)briandavies22/10/2017
From Morebattle via St Cuthbert's Way. - Then onto Hownam Law.russell6113/03/2016
On St Cuthberts Way on route to Kirk Yetholm. Clear but very cold and windy. With Mag.iredale02/05/2015
With GHC on our way to the Marilyn. Great ridge.Play2End19/10/2014
With Jo and Graham, whilst doing the Harestanes to Kirk Yetholm leg of SCW. Weather; sunny, warm, very good visibility.amblerbob10/06/2013
Enjoyed the walk up from near Yetholm, quite a climb for the kids aged 7 & 5. Decent weather and great views from the top too. With Fiona, Alexander & Rebecca.agentmancuso19/07/2011
Did this when on St Cuthbert's way - need to check datecallumblack01/05/2009
Bus from Yetholm to Morebattle and walked over here on the way back. Got a birds eye view of the Battle of Britain memorial flight performing at Morebattle Show in the afternoon.Walker Dan11/08/2007
Climbed as part of the Northumberland 100robert27/05/2006
On St Cuthbert's Waynickywood116/03/2006
Ben Rinnes11/04/2019
Gavin Theobald13/07/2018
Dave Geere13/06/2017
Gavin Wakefield11/06/2014
Colin Crawford23/04/2013
David Purchase26/06/2010