|Height:||361m / 1184ft|
|Parent (Ma):||2302 The Cheviot|
|RHB Section:||33: The Scottish Border to the River Tyne|
|Nuttall/Wainwright area:||The Cheviots|
|Grid ref:||NT 92332 03090|
|Summit feature:||trig point|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 80|
|GPS data:||show GPS entries for this hill|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 21 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|From the MOD road to the south (alt 279m) .... open on non-firing days and most weekends, unless prebooked for an event. Small pull-in at start of public footpath. Easy to follow path via the derelict building. Once you reach the open access pass through the fence and turn left along a path that shadows the fence until you reach the col. You can see the summit trig from here,.||moorsman||05/08/2017|
|Here for the trigpoint.
Parked at the info board, followed a waymarked path up past a ruin, through the gate and then yomped across the heather to the trig. Terrific views but very windy!||thejackrustles||10/06/2017|
|With Jo, circular walk from Harbottle: fp to Harbottle Lake, then across Nature Reserve to Cold Law, then returning on fp through Harbottle Wood to road. Weather; overcast, cold wind, good visibility.||amblerbob||19/05/2016|
|Used Walker Dan's approach from the S starting at the Otterburn Ranges info board. Very pleasant walk, nice summit.||Aye Jimmy||05/05/2016|
|An easier than expected walk from the south. Path is clear almost all the way to the top past a ruined cottage. Good views in all directions especially to the east.||Walker Dan||23/02/2016|
|Just half mile south of Alwinton cottages where we were staying, nature trail up to secret lake and stone, a Stac Lee shaped dye stone. South up small escarpment and across further moorland as if chasing the sound of the machine gun fire to the trig on Cold Fell for grey sunset.||vegibagger||11/11/2014|
|Trig in heather area. Forest walk in by edge of MOD area.||Adrian||10/11/2014|
|Bagged with Phil Cooper from the Burma Road up to the ruin.||Dugswell2||08/11/2014|
|From road at NT925019. Reasonable tracks most of the way||Crib Goch||23/03/2014|
|nice summit & view, heather/stony. decent marked f/p from NE||RHW||14/05/2005|