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Name:Diddersley Hill
Hill number:16444
Height:209m / 686ft
Parent (Ma):2773  Hoove
RHB Section:35A: The Northern Pennines
County/UA:North Yorkshire (CoU)
Catchment:Ouse (York), Catchment Boundaries, Tees
Watershed:St Bees Head to Ravenscar, Tees Bay, Humber Estuary
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:NZ 17422 07870
Summit feature:grass mound 3m W of OS bolt
Drop:73m
Col:136m  NZ116110  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 92
(1:25k) 304W
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 41 users)ByDate of Ascent
Passing by en route from Lincoln to Penrith. With Jenx, gorse coming on nicelynordicstar24/02/2019
Been past this little top so many times!jenx24/02/2019
From the road, up past the new covered resr to the old one at top of the hill, with its trig bolt at centre.jonglew31/12/2018
From SE. Luckily the hill is higher than the reservoir.clivevilla10/09/2018
Nice view.Moorponder14/04/2018
A very satisfying grassy knoll with superb views- including snow dusted hills. Clear suny cold day. Easily accessible from Scotch Corner/ A 66/ layby on side road via rough grass and small wood. On top is the concrete top of a small reservoir with bolt and a grassy mound to the side. There is also a lower, larger, enclosed reservoir.Denise 02/02/2018
From the SE over rough grass and then through small wood to grassy summit knoll with sunken reservoir. Good views include snow dusted hills to the NW.RichardM02/02/2018
Was heading for the OS bolt before I even realised this was a P30.agentmancuso17/10/2017
Fourth TuMP of day and the only one that looked like a proper hill. Very good views to north and east. Was well worth the short detour from A66 on way back to Penrith. Layby parking half way between A66 and reservoir. Easy access through unlocked gate then up to RHS of compound to very obvious top. Easy trespass with no climbing required.Hillsidenick04/10/2017
Equinox TuMP. Break after taking an hour to do ten miles on the A1M to get to the A66vegibagger22/09/2017
Stopped off on a fine day to watch the clouds bubbling over Teesdalenordicstar14/07/2017
Ran from Gilling Wood and back.stever22/05/2017
Tiddly diddlyMartin R28/02/2017
After night in Richmond a few hills circuiting the dale before route homenordicstar06/12/2016
From parking space closer to A66. Through opening gate and up r/h side of reservoir fence to top.Bramley28/08/2016
Parked in first space nearest A66 then simple walk along road,through gate and up path next to reservoir.Pleasant views from top.catman26/08/2016
A very brief diversion from the A66. Better parking in layby towards A66 than in gateway to reservoir, as this road seemed to be something of a racetrack!Fisky Boy08/07/2016
With Fisky BoyBrenda Cloke08/07/2016
With Eire before his race at Richmond Old Race Course.Dangerous Dave07/02/2016
Park just off the A66, walk north to the first or second gate, then past the right edge of the fenced-in new reservoir. No fences.Pete R23/05/2015
Ascent only takes 2 minutes so park at the entrance to the reservoir. Quick hop over short grass.moorsman09/05/2015
Enjoyable Stop on the A66GordonAdshead02/04/2015
Only 100m from road gate past new reservoir to higher old one. OS bolt in concrete slab on top, but banking to side higher. Early fog clearing to give a nice day.Aye Jimmy09/11/2014
Easy walk from high point of road. Safer parking 150m S towards A66.Minto18/08/2014
From rough verge in front of gate at NZ 17535 07874. Gate not locked, easy access to summit.David Gradwell30/10/2013
On the way to greater things above Warcop. An easy addition in passing -on Clem's listChris Pearson10/06/2012
Its a water storage facility. Good views though.nordicstar11/08/2009
knoll above resr, pleasant summit & view. NW across pasture from road gate RHW29/09/2002
ngthack28/12/2018
carole engel08/09/2018
peebs03/11/2017
malcorbett01/09/2017
jimbloomer30/08/2017
mae12/07/2017
DC11main17/04/2017
SidKnee7724/10/2015
maknipe02/03/2015
Lucky02/03/2015
Edwin Gradwell30/10/2013
George Gradwell30/10/2013
BrianMatthews11/04/2011