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Hill number:16497
Height:468.1m / 1536ft
Parent (Ma):2816  Boulsworth Hill - Lad Law
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Lancashire (CoU), Calderdale (UA)
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Aire, Ribble
Watershed:Humber Estuary, Ardnamurchan Point to Lowestoft, Cardiff to Cape Wrath, Dover to Cape Wrath, Lowestoft to Duncansby Head, Land's End to John o' Groats, Liverpool Bay, The Lizard to Dunnet Head
Class:Tump (400-499m)
Grid ref:SD 91916 32499
Summit feature:no feature
Col:391m  SD 9145 3373  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 103
(1:25k) OL21N
Observations:flat summit area
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 73 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Hameldon from GR: SD 93799 32769ronaldo33310/07/2020
Hameldon from GR: SD 93799 32769Hippster10/07/2020
From the Waddop Reservoir and on to Boulsworth Hill. With JT.Sprog28/05/2020
Wind, then wind and rain.Wycombe Wanderer16/01/2020
As Campbell Singer.David Evans22/07/2019
Continued on from Hoof Stones Height over Black Hamledon ridge and past Hare Stones. Ascent from west side of Gorple Stones. Thick 2ft wooden stake about 20m from ‘summit’.Nick Caunt30/04/2019
From the layby to N of the 389m spot height, Lad Law, then mostly following the boundary stones across to Withins Height (both tops because I forgot which was the right one!) From there back down past the reservoirs and up the road, stopping off for Hameldon on the way to the car. First real walk of 2019 so it felt a lot longer than expected... Except for a few small patches the moors seemed surprisingly dry, I wouldn't like to try this route after heavy rain though!the_adam13/04/2019
10km trail run round Widdop reservoir along Gorple road and up & down Swinden AterByronHaywood27/03/2019
andrew brown27/06/2018
Circular walk from Hurstwood-Cant Clough reservoir-Hameldon-Hoof Stones Height-Worsthorne Moor(including walking on pipeline!).Perfect day for this walk-all paths dry!!With Oscar.catman13/06/2018
With Catman.oscarrosie13/06/2018
From the North after Boulsworth hill, found intermittent quad tracks on way up, but good ATV track on way back down. A choice of grassy hummocks for the HP.PeterD11/05/2018
Solo. Hoof Stones Height & Hambledon. Parked on The Long Causeway at the Lancashire/Calderdale boundary in the lay-by between ‘Lancashire welcomes careful drivers’ & ‘Welcome to Calderdale’! Followed boundary fence between summits. Grotty underfoot.ADT28/04/2018
Bitterly cold ascent after Boulsworth Hill over rough, tussocky, luckily frozen, ground. We found some tracks which eased our route. Arrived just as a red ball of sun slipped below nearby hills, causing heather to glow red. No distinctive feature at summit- grassy hummock within heather, moss and peat hags with frozen puddles. Definitely a connoisseur's hill!Denise 24/02/2018
From high point of road to N initially over rough grass but quickly finding good ATV track to summit plateau. Ground frozen. Arrive just in time to watch sunset. Bitterly coldRichardM24/02/2018
From the Widdop Reservoir car park. Delightful walk for January. Follow the fp to the signed crossroads and then go north along adequate quad track to the top.Campbell Singer30/01/2018
From Hoof Stones Height over Black Hameldon following boundary fence. Boggy on both sides. Wet feet againLongwojo06/01/2018
With K, from Widdop road, via Gorple Reservoirs and back via Widdop Res. 2hr 45min. Dryish underfoot!IanHHill13/11/2017
From N after Hoof Stones Height.Chris Peart13/11/2017
Summit wholly in Calderdale I thought, not joint with LancsAdrian12/11/2017
From road summit to N. Heavy going.jimbloomer25/09/2017
From Widdop Road across dam.Bramley11/08/2017
Rambling Ray09/03/2017
2/3 Second of three on wet day ((Hoof Stones Height/Hameldon/Billinge Hill)Fergalh04/03/2017
2nd hill of 5 today and an anticlimax from the preceding moorland features. Started At Cornholme & climbed to minor road (cycle route 68) then track to the Wolf stones, Hoof Stones Height, following the Boundary past Black Hameldon, the Hare Stones and the wonderful Gorples Stones (beautiful views) before arriving at this flat summit, visited said grid reference but seemed as high close to boundary stone. Onwards to Lad Law-Boulsworth Hill.Dazingdale18/02/2017
Pete R21/12/2016
Worsthorne to Hebden Bridge via Wasnop Edge, Hameldon and Standing Stones Hill. Clear day but wet underfoot, particularly paths on Heptonstall Moor. Got very rudely accosted by a pair of gamekeepers who took great issue with me taking a photo that included them in, albeit at a distance.Jake99424/11/2016
Curly & Shirley21/08/2016
With Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave06/08/2016
Solo. From Pennine Bridleway.Aimless Rambler24/06/2016
From dam at Widdop reserve.mart079711/06/2016
Run with Liamrichardsun20/12/2015
Restricted parking available at the summit of the Colne to Hebden Bridge road (alt 1299 ft). Make sure that you pick up the good path from the south side of the road as this leads directly to the summit. After crossing the small river the path stays about 50m to the east on the drier ground. Follow this and it is an easy walk, miss it and you plough through tussocky heather. 2 miles return .... about an hour.moorsman11/06/2015
With Jo, from Widdop Reservoir cp: PBW to SD 92282 32121, then track (not shown on map) to Hameldon, then rights of way to Heptonstall Moor Trig, returning by PBW. Weather; sunny, cool breeze, good visibility.amblerbob26/04/2015
From lay by above Widdop res.ngthack22/03/2015
in the company of MIB taking in the moors and a few caches.AvidSockWearer21/12/2014
Magnificent 7 White Lion Pub Heptonstall Standing Stone Hill Bride Stomes Hoof Stone Heights Hameldon Boulsworth Hill Stanbury Moor High Brown Knoll Sheepstones Heptonstall White Lion PubAndy Hirst29/05/2014
From top of hill road to WNW of Widdop reservoir. Very soggy in places. Flat summit area with upright stone (and geocache) next to fence. Official summit about 80m from this.Aye Jimmy21/03/2014