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Name:Cranberry Brow
Hill number:16003
Height:270m / 886ft
Parent (Ma):2313  Sighty Crag
RHB Section:33: The Scottish Border to the River Tyne
County/UA:Northumberland (CoU)
Catchment:Tyne (Newcastle)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:NY 74498 65934
Summit feature:no feature
Col:228m  NY728667  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 86 87
(1:25k) OL43W
Observations:ground to W is lower. Nettle patch in season.
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 30 users)ByDate of Ascent
Good parking NY 7349 6547. Track and FP. Mapped FP not on ground - easy going sheep pasturecarole engel22/04/2019
Short walk over rough boggy sheep pasture on RoW from ultra modern Sill Youth Hostel at Once Brewed. High point indistinct. Sunny spells, cool, much less wind. Larks singing.Denise 18/03/2019
Field path from the NE.RichardM18/03/2019
along PROW from SW.cjo17/03/2019
Picked up four along Military road before nice sunset. On way to. Bellinghamnickywood128/09/2018
From Twice Brewed on FPMoorponder05/07/2017
From NE, Twice Brewed PH. Thanks to Chris, Dave, Rick, Smudge, Adrian and Doug for company on this my final Northumberland and Section 33 P30 - also completes the English P30s in the east, from the Scottish border south to the Isle of Wight. Otherwise uninspiring summit, enlivened by cake and whisky.RHW03/04/2016
From the pub. Me and 2 and a bit cakes at the top and oh yes Rob (completing Northumbria,S33 and the E of England), Dave G, Rick, Smudge, Adrian and Doug.chrisbien03/04/2016
Parked in large pub car park before walking along road to use footpath to gain flattish summit with Chris, Adrian, Dave, Rick, Smudge and Rob to celebrate RHW' s Northumberland TUMP completion.Dugswell203/04/2016
Rob's final Northumberland P30 and North/East England P30. With Douglas, Smudge, Dave G, Adrian and Chris Bnordicstar03/04/2016
RHW Northumberland Tump completionDave Geere03/04/2016
Once Brewed to Haltwhistle (bit wobbly after the top for some reason).Smudge03/04/2016
RHW Northumberland completionAdrian03/04/2016
Same starting point as Jacqdaw, up lane to gate on right just past Cranberry farm, then very soggy sedge field. Extended summit shoulder, almost level over some distance. Returned same route.Aye Jimmy11/02/2016
Parked in front of Jubilee Bench on road from Once Brewed and walked down road to Cranberry Row and along footpath to top. More direct route back over one of many parts of broken wall back to road to farm.Jacqdaw01/11/2015
With Jo, circular walk from Vindolanda Roman Fort: Thorngrafton Common then paths and roads via Birkshaw and Park Lane to Cranberry Brow. Weather; generally overcast with sunny intervals, windy, mild, good visibility. Visited Burn Divot trig from Benkshill later by which time it was wet and windy, good visibility.amblerbob16/08/2014
High point on a rough pasture. I made top NY74498,65933 but it was fairly level so there might be a point a few inches higher. Managed to do it all on Rights of Way.Crib Goch03/11/2013