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Name:Beanley Hill
Hill number:16036
Height:213m / 699ft
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 09303 17776
Summit feature:no feature: bracken S side of inner ring mound
Col:177m  NU097168  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 81
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Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 14 users)ByDate of Ascent
From the NW visited both hp lots of dead bracken.robertphillips27/01/2020
The Galloway Belties are still there. Trees around the hillfort have been felled but the approach was easy enough. Lots of dead bracken on the ramparts - must be very annoying in summerColin Crawford23/03/2019
From the NW via farm track through field of Belted Cows with calves then forest track and finally up through stumps of felled trees to vegetated hill fort. Descent W through open pines back to road.RichardM13/04/2017
From road to NW as SW path not evident. easy parking. started on forest track, then cut across felled trees to flattish summit area filled with dead bracken. Embanked fortifications evident- several earth rings. HP on SW edge of inner ring.Denise 13/04/2017
Glanton circular. Approached via track through plantation from E which is easy going until the last couple of hundred yards littered with brash beneath bracken. Tried to identify the ROW heading S then E to Wood House - very limited evidence of it on the ground. Signage at my entrance point & at NU090171 implies that access to plantation is not actively discouraged.Smudge09/12/2016
As AJ. Whole summit area is covered with dense bracken - chest high for my visit. Two obvious candidates for summit NU 09301,17834 and 09306 17777.Crib Goch02/09/2016
Track through Beanley Wood from NW corner (sign up and 6 fig. GR given!) joins the foresters' road at top. Area to E of hill-fort has been cleared, huge piles of logs nearby. N and S rims of hill-fort similar height.Aye Jimmy30/04/2016
From nw, track into wood then ascend S direct to summit rampart. Remainder of hillfort lower and covered in brackeny brash best avoided! Last of the weekend.RHW11/10/2015
carole engel12/10/2019
Dave Geere13/01/2017