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Name:Wooplaw Edge
Hill number:15931
Height:459m / 1506ft
Parent (Ma):2311  Peel Fell
RHB Section:33: The Scottish Border to the River Tyne
Nuttall/Wainwright area:The Cheviots
County/UA:Scottish Borders (UA), Northumberland (CoU)
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Tweed, Tyne (Newcastle)
Watershed:Tweedmouth, Tynemouth
Class:Tump (400-499m)
Grid ref:NT 70816 06691
Summit feature:no feature: ground 4m S of fence
Col:418m  NT698068  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 80
(1:25k) OL16W
Observations:fence corner is 50m E of summit position
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 33 users)ByDate of Ascent
Linear walk aided by mae and his car.jimbloomer21/10/2019
From Carter Bar. Solo.Dangerous Dave20/08/2019
I walked up from the border stone. Missed the path going - much easier coming back when I stayed near the fence.Alancache14/08/2019
From Carter Bar viewpoint along good grassy track on north side of fence. Bone dry in July. Good views northwards.Campbell Singer08/07/2019
With Jo, from Carter Bar: followed fence to Wooplaw Edge and Leap Hill, then across moor to Lumsdon Law. On return omitted LH by contouring west of summit on a good track. Weather: cloudy, cold wind, good visibility.amblerbob09/05/2018
From Carter Bar, outand back along the border to Lumsden LawMoorponder07/07/2017
Ascended from Byrness along forest road to the Heart's Toe, then walked along Scottish border via Hungry Law, Leap Hill, Wooplaw Edge to Carter Bar.lecube20/06/2017
From Carter Bar - Wooplaw Edge, Leap Hill, Hungry Law, Greyhound Law. Then back to Leap Hill, across to Lumsdon Law then walk up road to Carter Bar.Aye Jimmy13/05/2016
From Carter LawAlan Moore19/04/2016
Carter Bar, Carter Fell, Wooplaw Edge, Lumsdon Law, Hungry Law, Greyhound Law, Hungry Law, Leap Hill, Wooplaw Edge, Carter Bar. Wet paths for the most part except for the contour to Lumsdon Law and the heather clad top of Greyhound Law.ijpowell14/04/2016
Border run from Carter's Bar with GoskaMountain Goat25/03/2016
Bagged with Dusty after parking at Carter Bar. Wooplaw Edge, Leap Hill, Hungrey Law, Greyhound Law and then Ravens Knowe before heading to the Cottonshope road to walk back to collect Dusty's car from the campsite opposite this road beside the A68.Dugswell228/09/2015
Parked at Carter Bar (alt 1436ft) then walked along a passable track on the Scottish side of the border fence, crossing over at the summit.moorsman01/08/2015
On own, from Carter Bar. Carter Fell NE top, then Wooplaw Edge, Leap Hill, Hungry Law and Lumsdon Law. 10.7 miles, 2000ft ascent. Hard going on rough, boggy ground.Crib Goch06/06/2014
Damp, sticky, boggy, misty approach to Hungry Law with added flies from Carter Baragentmancuso26/07/2010
OK summit & view, grassy, pasture on S ridge. acw circuit from 714049 RHW29/08/2004
carole engel30/07/2019
Gavin Theobald15/07/2018
andy elliott23/09/2017
Rambling Ray06/08/2016
Dave Geere11/06/2016
Colin Crawford20/07/1993