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Name:Corby's Crags
Hill number:16012
Height:253m / 830ft
Parent (Ma):2316  Long Crag
RHB Section:33: The Scottish Border to the River Tyne
County/UA:Northumberland (CoU)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:NU 13772 09778
Summit feature:knoll by overgrown ride
Col:214m  NU129084  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 81
(1:25k) 332
Observations:mound at side of small tarn/hollow at NU 13692 09767 is about as high
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 13 users)ByDate of Ascent
Via the big masty thing (apologies for the technical jargon here) - then deep heather - crossed the bwf where it had fallen over.maknipe09/06/2020
Via mast track to north. Area partially felled - just to south of both tops. A good track leads N-S between tops (NU 1376 0955) and the ride from the open access land leading to this is in the felled areacarole engel17/08/2019
Both tops done plus the trigAdrian12/10/2018
Dave Geere01/01/2017
As others, track to mast (much rubbish at side) then over to fence. Fence SSE to gates, grassy ride to W to road. N along this short way to RHW's 'new hollow' - now a small tarn. Will be picturesque when vegetation grows. W summit on banking on far side. Then pushed through trees to E summit at side of overgrown ride. Through trees to regain fence then visited trig, passing three boundary stones on the way.Aye Jimmy18/06/2016
Same approach as RHW, then across fence at boundary stone at 13799,09838. From there a vague gap in the forestry led to RHW's east top, which coincides with the 253m spot height on OSCrib Goch03/03/2016
From nne, locked gate, road to mast, mapped rides from SE of summit, main summit by very new hollow by very new stone road. 50m fight/crawl to East summit then narrow ride ne to forest edge with BS 'NAM' Saw trig pillar didn't revisitRHW10/10/2015