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Name:Lilswood Moor
Hill number:16362
Height:447m / 1467ft
Parent (Ma):2714  Burnhope Seat
RHB Section:35A: The Northern Pennines
County/UA:Northumberland (CoU)
Catchment:Tyne (Newcastle)
Class:Tump (400-499m)
(Tu,4)
Grid ref:NY 89151 52789
Summit feature:trig point by cairn
Drop:64m
Col:383m  NY884519  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 87
(1:25k) OL43E
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 28 users)ByDate of Ascent
ooo13/07/2020
Foggy loop from Whitley ChapelGary Heath14/06/2020
Second visit on long walk during Covid 19 lockdown. Four hour walk following 10 minute drive from home so within the rules - saw no-one else all dayCrib Goch22/04/2020
With Jo, from the east along Broad Way bridleway. Visited King’s Law on return. Weather; typical autumnal day but with a cold wind.amblerbob31/10/2019
Anton26/08/2019
Christo197912/03/2019
mcbiydw210/02/2019
GaryJones25/08/2018
mae19/11/2017
As others straight forward walk from bend in road to the north east.Fisky Boy07/06/2017
With Fisky Boy.Brenda Cloke07/06/2017
carole engel31/03/2017
Dave Geere19/12/2016
michael17/09/2016
MM16/07/2016
From the 'bend in the road' to the NE, going over the gentle heathery top of King's Law on the way.Aye Jimmy30/05/2015
Easy parking at the bend in the road to the north (Kings Law). From here an excellent track leads almost to the summit.moorsman18/09/2014
Pleasant two hour yomp via Harwood Shield and Rowantree CleughCrib Goch29/10/2013
peebs02/11/2012
Straightforward ascent by track from the north east.JohnW01/10/2004
pleasant summit & view, well-kept heather. track from NE RHW06/03/2004
maknipe20/07/2003
Been here many times usually from King's Law.Walker Dan23/03/2003
andrew.allum01/01/2000
Sherlock13/03/1999
Rowan30/03/1986
Laurel30/03/1986
bootsbootes20/07/1974