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Name:Yearning Law
Hill number:15927
Height:477m / 1565ft
Parent (Ma):2302  The Cheviot
RHB Section:33: The Scottish Border to the River Tyne
Nuttall/Wainwright area:The Cheviots
County/UA:Northumberland (CoU)
Class:Tump (400-499m)
Grid ref:NT 81738 11818
Summit feature:ground by cairn
Col:427m  NT812125  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 80
(1:25k) OL16E
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 33 users)ByDate of Ascent
Lamb Hill, Beefstand Hill, Callaw Cairn & Yearning Law, starting from Blindburn CP. Callaw steals the show - fine hill in an area of beauty & interesting topography - superb summit views.ger06/08/2020
From Boadside Law, to deer fence, left on trods following fence to gate at bottom, left and over wooden gate on right cross burn then atv track up to bridle way, right through gate and follow tracks to summit.Anton02/08/2020
carole engel04/08/2019
Made a direct route from Broadside Law. Be warned there's a 7 foot deer fence. The gate high up on Yearning Law was easy to see.Jhimmy07/06/2019
Cool walk after parking near Buckhamís Bridge. Yearning Law first then easily found the gate in the tall deer fence guarding an attempt at a new woodland either side of Blind Burn. Second gate didn't open and had to be climbed over en route to Broadside Law. Then steep return down to Blindburn farm and back along road to car.Dugswell211/05/2018
andy elliott19/11/2017
16:00 at Blindburn car park. Took longer than expected to get here - remote! Light cloud, light SW breeze, 18 degrees. On to Raleshaw Fell.Wycombe Wanderer26/08/2017
Circuit. Blindburn - Yearning Law - refuge - Raeshaw Hill - Brownhart Law - Chew Green - Thirl Moor. Misty, Wet and wild conditions.Moorponder15/07/2017
With Jo, circular walk from Buckhamís Bridge cp: Broadside Law, then, avoiding climbing new high fencing not shown on our OS map, via the ruin of Yearning Hall to Yearning Law, then past the Mountain Refuge Hut to Raeshaw Fell, before returning over Deelís Hill. En route feral goats were seen. Weather; sunny, warm, good visibility.amblerbob18/06/2017
barry stubbs02/10/2016
Very nice summit, first on circuit from Blindburn - Yearning Law, Lamb Hill, Callaw Cairn, Beefstand Hill, Mozie Law, Windy Rig, Windy Gyle. Back towards Mozie, down Black Braes to Swineside Law before dropping to Carlcroft at footbridge just E of farm. Then a mile up the road back to Blindburn.Aye Jimmy16/05/2016
Dave Geere27/03/2016
Parking available at Buckham's Bridge where an easy walk starts all the way to the summit. A gentle ascent throughout. About 25 minutes to the summitmoorsman31/07/2015
From Buckhams Bridge CP. Yearning Law, Raeshaw Fell,Blackhall Hill. Bright and sunny - first snow of the winter on the hills obliterated the paths.Crib Goch08/12/2014
Steep climb from the Blind Burn.Great little top.Adrian08/11/2014
From car park at Buckham's Bridge NT 82447 10711. Very steep initial ascent to bridleway then easy stroll on grassy tracks.David Gradwell28/03/2010
Edwin Gradwell28/03/2010
David Purchase08/08/2007
nice summit & view, grass with some stone outcrops. c/w circuit from Blindburn car pk RHW30/08/2004
Buckhams Bridge, Deel's Hill, Bothy Hut and back over Yearning Law. Wet in places.Walker Dan22/06/2004
Colin Crawford01/01/1992