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Name:Barden Fell
Hill number:16407
Height:316m / 1037ft
Parent (Ma):2716  Great Shunner Fell
RHB Section:35A: The Northern Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Yorkshire Dales - Northern Fells
County/UA:North Yorkshire (CoU)
Catchment:Ouse (York)
Class:Tump (300-399m), Clem
Grid ref:SE138967 (est)
Col:238m  SE127946  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 99
(1:25k) OL30N

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 17 users)ByDate of Ascent
16.55 bagging by dusk, just to be a bit competitive at the beginning of January. Army training ground. Wild area of many long water filled holes perhaps dug out by tank tracks.vegibagger02/01/2019
Area not in use for training today and was occupied by a flock of curious sheep.cjo01/01/2019
carole engel08/09/2018
Big tank arrived as I left the summit. Obviously I lived to tell the tale.Martin R01/03/2017
Dave Geere13/11/2016
Parked up on road by gate at SE 136969. The hill was quiet, and as no 'keep out' sign, just 'Military training area' I wandered up the track to hill top, not seeing anyone I strolled to where the trig had been before going back to car. Uneventful.nordicstar17/12/2014
No flags flying so I parked at the main entrance to the south (the trees have all been newly planted and surrounded by barbed wire if you try it from the road). Easy walk from here but had to make sure of the top by walking several possibilities.moorsman05/12/2014
At 2nd attempt. On an earlier sunday morning visit coach loads of soldiers were disembarking for training on the area -so thought better of it. Even on my 2nd visit there was 'something going on' with checkpoint marshals further down the road. Luckily I snuck in over a fence and across tank tracks and mounds without being seen - although of course if their camouflage was doing its job .. who knows?Chris Pearson15/05/2012
Combed the area when looking for the nearby but non-existent Hipswell trigpoint.Aye Jimmy01/07/2008
tank training course, summit one of several +/- artificial mounds, unexciting view, nio access probs Su p.m. from road to W, from gate N of main entrance RHW29/09/2002