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Name:Feizor Thwaite
Hill number:16405
Height:335m / 1099ft
Parent (Ma):2780  Ingleborough
RHB Section:35B: The Central Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Yorkshire Dales - Southern Fells
County/UA:North Yorkshire (CoU)
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Ribble, Lune
Watershed:Liverpool Bay, Morecambe Bay
Class:Tump (300-399m)
(Tu,3)
Grid ref:SD 80159 67194
Summit feature:small cairn
Drop:44m
Col:291m  SD803673  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 98
(1:25k) OL2S OL41E
Observations:ground 20m NNW at SD 80152 67215 is as high
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 48 users)ByDate of Ascent
Plus a visit to Deadman's cave... With Mindy dog.vegibagger19/09/2018
Feizor Thwaite > Smearsett Scar from GR: SD 82041 67286ronaldo33317/12/2017
With Jo, from Stainforth: across packhorse bridge, then continuing forward on footpath towards Feizor before diverting firstly onto Feizor Thwaite and then to Smearsett Scar. Return was along the footpath over Hargreaves Bank. Weather; lovely sunny day with excellent all round views.amblerbob27/10/2017
Feizor Thwaite, Smearsett Scar, hwaite Scars, Ingleboroughkeithouk27/08/2017
19 degrees, sunshine, fluffy white clouds, light breeze.Wycombe Wanderer12/07/2017
Circuit from Austwick wirh Smearsett Scar and MoughtonIanHHill07/06/2017
SoloAimless Rambler01/05/2017
Parking at Little Stainforth very difficult due to yellow lines. However, there is a wonderful cafe there which will permit parking for customers. Alt 220m. Pot of tea and a cream cake for under 4 pound. Path leads alongside farm and through a gate. It then carries straight on at the bend across the pasture. All walls crossed by stiles so you know if you are on the correct route. 4.77 km return to include Smearsett Scar. 90 minutes.moorsman18/02/2017
Great limestone scenery on a sunny October day up and down different paths from the hamlet of Feizor. The hill was the objective of our 15 km walk along little used footpaths with L from our pet sitting cottage on the Bowland Fells to the south (after I had mucked out the horse!)Chris Pearson23/10/2016
Parked in cafe cp at Feizor. Up past Dead Man's cave. Summit a bit indeterminate. Down to col then up Smearsett Scar. Pot of tea & huge piece of cake at cafe after.ngthack13/07/2016
Parked on roadside NW of Brunton House and followed footpath to Feizor. Nice walk from Feizor along the Dales High Way to the grass-covered limestone summit. With Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave02/05/2016
From ssw, big layby, bridleway, gate wsw of summit, another on skyline accesses summit field, hp 200m s of cairn another possible contender. Cold drizzly ascent for my final Section 35 tump. Good choice of hill in a fine limestone landscape. Ingleborough a familiar shape to NE.RHW01/04/2016
Parked at Buckhaw Brow and then used the paths and common sence to bag the likely summits without any major wall crossings.Dugswell204/09/2015
From Little Stainforth. Park up the road towards the track by farm.jimbloomer25/08/2015
Layby near top of Buckhaw Brow opposite a garage. Started up track but must have gone wrong because ended up climbing a lot of walls and fences. Also visited Dead Man's Cave. Small cairn on a 'summit', but summit could be one of several places.Aye Jimmy06/04/2014
Circular walk from top of Buckhaw Brow but including diversion to avoid cows on path.Fabulous views from top on clear sunny day.Then back via Schoolboys'Cairn.With Oscar.catman03/03/2014
With Catman.oscarrosie03/03/2014
ROW from across the road from Scar Top Garage. Then through gate in NS wall to access the top.chrisbien01/09/2013
Pleasant walk direct from top of Buckhaw Brow. Only one wall to climb. Top pretty flat with a few hummocks.citygent16/07/2013
From rough layby on B6480 at SD 75710 65813. Summits: Pot Scar - Smearsett Scar - Feizor Thwaite - Reinsber Scar - Giggleswick Scar. Also included visits to Dead Man's Cave & Kinsey Cave. (Built small cairn on summit of Feizor Thwaite at SD 80158 67193)David Gradwell16/06/2013
Breezy day. Stainforth, Smearsett Scar, Feizor, Thwaite Hill, Stainforth. Good cuppa and cake at café in Feizor.Walker Dan01/09/2012
Climbed up here very shortly after starting work at Stainforth YHA, searching for the short-but-sweet Dead Man's Cave.DanHolme01/04/2005
One of AW's Walks in Limestone Country.arranc04/05/1981
From Buckhaw Brow, Smearsett Scar, Pot Scar (lots of bare rock), Celtic Wall for this summit. Then back to Buckhaw Brow and over Giggleswick Scar to Giggleswick. Fine, cloudy but some sunshine; views of mountainspwheeler15/02/1975
carole engel28/12/2018
mae18/07/2018
raymondwilkes06/07/2018
Anton19/05/2018
Archie12/11/2017
KathW12/11/2017
IainT24/02/2017
softsquare03/06/2016
ianwatson28/04/2016
David8423/01/2016
Dave Geere20/09/2015
Alan Caine29/08/2015
nylthewheel18/07/2015
dickiewren13/05/2015
peebs15/11/2013
Edwin Gradwell16/06/2013
JOHNS03/12/2011
ajwxyzt23/09/2011
hughbagger12/07/2008
Rambling Ray24/06/2007
GaryJones01/04/2000
andrew.allum01/01/2000
Martin R31/12/1999
maknipe25/04/1976