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Name:Bewick Hill
Hill number:16024
Height:232m / 761ft
Parent (Ma):2317  Ros Castle [Ros Hill]
RHB Section:33: The Scottish Border to the River Tyne
County/UA:Northumberland (CoU)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:NU 07426 21563
Summit feature:no feature: ground on rampart
Col:194m  NU080220  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 75
(1:25k) 332
Observations:rampart high point may cover original summit. Highest point within ramparts 20m SE at NU 07442 21550
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 21 users)ByDate of Ascent
BW from SSE (Harehope Kennels). Feint trod S side fence NU 0801 2163 - improves. Right fork NU 0772 2154 - continues along fence and past pill boxcarole engel24/08/2019
Circular walk from Old Beswick.Argentum6613/08/2019
Parking in Old Bewick immediately SW of where the footpath starts. Easy walk to the path junction. Continue on the left hand path until you see a path through the bracken up the flank of the hill,crossing a stile on its way to the summit.moorsman04/08/2019
From Old Bewick on farm track NE then path SE over stile and up through groups of pines to summit hill fort. Appear to be 2 adjoining hill forts with no ramparts on their steep S side. Good views.RichardM13/04/2017
Parked by busstop in Old Bewick and ascended footpath north east to the N of summit, then cut uphill to several overlapping rings of earthworks.HP on heather covered embankment to west. Good views . Also WW2 pillbox nearby.Denise 13/04/2017
Harehope Hill and Bewick Hill, route exactly as Aye Jimmy. Two really nice hills - good views.Crib Goch26/02/2017
Chatton to Wooperton. Approached from Blawearie (NE) via bridleway to Tick Law then S side of fence along E ridge before dropping steeply down W to gain lower bridleway near spring. Some of the mapped ROWs are not evident on the ground at all.Smudge10/12/2016
From Harehope Hill, mostly on good path around rim of hillside (Tick Law!) passing couple of WW2 pillboxes. Extensive old hill fort on top, cup and ring boulders nearby. Summit on ramparts of fort.Aye Jimmy20/05/2016
From e, track then good path up thru bracken and heather then fence leads to hillfort summit. Rampart approx at natural hpRHW11/10/2015
Good walk from Pugmill cottage. Enjoyed going into the forts. Good views. V.quiet. Company: Jake the Black Lab.iandesbottes18/03/2011
A walk from our house at Bewick Bridge when helping with Northumbria 100 mile eventnickywood130/05/2006
A fairly insignificant hill and not really on the way to anywhere. Probably explains the lack of logs on here.Walker Dan16/02/2003
I missed recording this one at the time, so this log is twenty years late!Colin Crawford10/12/1997
Dave Geere13/01/2017