|Height:||455m / 1493ft|
|Parent (Ma):||2302 The Cheviot|
|RHB Section:||33: The Scottish Border to the River Tyne|
|Nuttall/Wainwright area:||The Cheviots|
|Grid ref:||NT 83810 10989|
|Summit feature:||no feature|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 80|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 9 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Parked near Buckham's Bridge which was built in 1955. Direct route to Fulhope Edge then off-piste route across to Bell Hill before heading down to the obvious track to the summit of What Hill. Then return on this track and descent towards Gable Burn which is crossed. Then along towards Blindburn Farm to use the bridge to cross the Coquet just as it started to rain. Ran along the road back to my car.||Dugswell2||10/05/2018|
|Via track. Nice to be in forest for a change. On to Bell Hill.||Wycombe Wanderer||27/08/2017|
|Circuit of three hills from Carshope. Forest tracks, one GOMoDL sign up but Bank Holiday anyway. Nice summit knoll in clearing. Descended wood via steep firebreak to SW to Fulhope Edge, not the best way.||Aye Jimmy||30/05/2016|
|Large parking area at the start of the minor road to Carlcroft. Follow the metalled and then stoned track along the edge of the forest. Take the first track on the right after the sheepfold then the left track at the top. After 100m there is an obvious clearing on your right running cleanly up to the summit, although the last 100m are a little tricky direction wise. An hour up and down (or less)||moorsman||31/07/2015|
|Wooded hill, summit knoll in open area.||Adrian||08/11/2014|
|On own. Circular walk from Buckhams Bridge CP - Thirl Moor - Fulhope Edge - Whar Moor - Bell Hill - Tindale Law and back along road 12 miles, 2400ft 6 hours. Ranges closed for lambing so great chance for an extended wander on these hills - saw no-one else all day.
Whar Moor is totally covered with mature conifers, but access to the summit is straightforward using forest track from NT840106. When path splits, take left fork. Fairly obvious high point on right of track on edge of a clearing at NT83809,10989||Crib Goch||06/05/2014|
|summit is knoll E side of forest tk; restricted view. from 864092 due to an oversight, in moonlight||RHW||14/02/2003|