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Name:Langlee Crags
Hill number:15945
Height:424m / 1391ft
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:NT967220 (est)
Col:384m  NT963215  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 74 75
(1:25k) OL16E
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 32 users)ByDate of Ascent
Swindon Bagger27/08/2019
carole engel24/08/2019
P Langleeford road end, visited all the rocky bits but the top is less entertaining. On to Hedgehope Hill, with Alexander.agentmancuso10/04/2019
Parked at Langlee and followed RoW up onto hillside, then picked up track leading NE until under the hill. Initially thought the HP would be on one of the two rocky tors but upon reflection it is probably of the smaller rocky outcrops further SE.Wheelsy03/01/2019
andy elliott19/08/2017
Dave Geere08/02/2017
9/10 Ninth of Ten (Cold Law/Broadhope Hill/The Cheviot/Cairn Hill/Cairn Hill West Top/Auchope Hill/Comb Fell/Hedgehope Hill/Langlee Crags/Currock Hill West Top)Fergalh14/08/2016
From Langleeford. Cracking hill, with two prominent scrambly tors, but high point could be one of five rocky outcrops behind, which all gave same height reading on my GPS. By eye I would favour NT 96762 22027, but survey needed to be certain.Crib Goch16/07/2016
Langlee Crags and Dod Hill from car park at public road end near Langleeford. Two fine rocky tors plus two (probably) slightly higher rocky knolls to SE. Then moorland walk passing Middleton Crags to Dod Hill.Aye Jimmy14/07/2016
Parking just before the end of the public road to Langleeford. Follow the footpath south and uphill until it crosses a broad vehicular track. Turn left along this to just north of the summit then a short heather bash. Under 1 hr. return.moorsman30/07/2015
Langlee Crags, Hedgehope Hill, Comb Fell, Cairn Hill, Hangingstone Hill and Auchope Cairn before returning via the Harthope Burn.Dugswell202/09/2014
On round including Cold Law & other local crags. With Issy & Jay.Ade23/03/2014
A nice traverse around the Crags on both sides of the valley. Not as sunny as forecast but enjoyable in the wind nevertheless. Didn't see anyone all day.Walker Dan10/11/2013
Day 1 of a three day wildcamping walk from Wooler to Hownam. Walked up from Wooler via Brands Hill. Easy track to Cook Dickson then a tough heather thrash to the top. Had beautiful views of Hedgehope Hill and the Cheviot. Continued on to Long Crags before pitching the tent for the night.Jake99408/08/2012
2 fine scrambly tors just below summit, nice ascent & view. from langlee, cross br, b/w SW a short way then path thru bracken RHW30/08/2004
Colin Crawford31/01/1998
On circuit from cheviot as warm up for chevvy chasenordicstar01/09/1987