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Name:Heaton Hill
Hill number:16084
Height:92m / 302ft
Parent (Ma):2318  Housedon Hill
RHB Section:33: The Scottish Border to the River Tyne
County/UA:Northumberland (CoU)
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:NT884406 (est)
Col:49m  NT888383  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 74
(1:25k) 339E
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 12 users)ByDate of Ascent
Here for the trig point. TP:UK log: Parked in Cornhill on Tweed and walked up bridleway to trig field. Loads of sheep in field so only I ventured over for pictures. We then carried on along Mugger's Loan, then to New Heaton trigpoint, we then had a short distance along the road and pick up the track again. A lady at Harper Ridge came out into her garden to thank us for using the footpath across the field as her husband tries to walk it as much as possible to 'keep it open'. Then another short distance along the road to pick up the track to the river and then back to Cornhill. A lovely circular walk.thejackrustles19/03/2020
Large parking area at end of the road to the east. Easy walk along UCR and open access into field .moorsman02/08/2019
With Jack. As others. Top is N of trig but not clear where.chrisbien11/07/2019
With dziadziojackbien11/07/2019
Same as Aye JimmyColin Crawford21/08/2017
From NE, large parking area just before New Heaton farm. Track to narrow wood in which lies summit in undergrowth, also trig a little further on which looks lower.Aye Jimmy02/08/2016
carole engel04/09/2017
Dave Geere22/05/2016