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Name:Chevet Park
Hill number:16851
Height:91m / 299ft
Parent (Ma):2810  Black Hill
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Wakefield (UA)
Catchment:Aire
Class:Tump (0-99m)
(Tu,0)
Grid ref:SE348153 (est)
Drop:35m
Col:56m  SE359155  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 110 111
(1:25k) 278N
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 30 users)ByDate of Ascent
A very busy road with nowhere to park. It's even scary trying to cross the road! I parked by the railway viaduct to the southeast and walked up the hill on good pavements. High point in woods with cairn just near the road.Dangerous Dave31/12/2018
4 of 4 today on 35 mile bike ride starting on ashdene drive in crofton. Red hill, kings mead, Upton beacon, Chevet parkThe-Z-Man24/12/2017
Parked in wide track entrance to NW @ SE347155carole engel21/12/2017
Got the bus from Dewsbury after doing Headfield Hill, into Wakefield and then out to Walton and walked over fields to summit, on east side of road in wood, next to public footpath, then walked back to catch bus from Walton. I hope the entry that said drive by doesn't think that counts. There has to be some physical effort involved, surely.IanHHill22/11/2017
Parking was difficult but I used the path on the straight bit of road to the north of the hp. Hp appears to be in wood to the east although not sure what is hidden by the stone wall to the west.Campbell Singer02/11/2017
drive byarranc27/03/2017
As others a quick foray into the woods on FP and bank near road.PeterD26/10/2016
5th and final hill of today. Started at Dodworth station and climbed Dodworth hill, Pool Hill, Hoyland hill and Woolley edge. Used Track on disused railway then linking path to Chevet road. Climbed over wall to explore high point in woodland slither and then over again and road to explore onto Eastern side of woodland which Was of a Very similar height. Long Walk in and then train back from Sandal & AskriggDazingdale08/10/2016
Staggeringly unsatisfying these non hills. I satisfied myself with just a wander along the road, into the easten wood and top three or four mounds on the southern edge of the woods. Hyper diligence gold stars must go to RHW for his efforts at exploring other high bits.vegibagger23/08/2016
a drive by after a very rainy walk around Haw Park and Wintersett Res. with a drink in the Angler's Retreat.joseph mitchell03/08/2016
Wakefield tump day under dark skies and sometimes drizzle.Mix of town and country.Parked at farm track N.Into wood on f/p and found way to what I thought was highest point by(relatively)bramble-free route.Didn't find cairn,but not surprising considering brambles and fallen leaves.With Oscar.catman29/10/2015
With Catman.oscarrosie29/10/2015
Busy road. Fpath into woods for short weave around brambles to add a stick to small cairn above road edge built by Aye Jimmy.Chris Pearson13/08/2015
Bank in the trees accessed via footpath.Dugswell202/05/2015
As Aye Jimmy. Your little cairn is still there. I nurtured it by adding a stone. It's the biggest cairn of all the 6 Barnsley Tumps I've visited today.ngthack24/03/2015
3rd visit for 3rd (and largest) 90m contour, from S followed field/woodland edge then into wood, fairly hummocky with a few candidates visited. Bank between trees seemed highest (SE 34495 15163). My GR for summit W side of road was SE 34851 15285, in tree belt, although field edge (SE 3489 1522) may be as high. Abney from summit W of road could be useful; highest point in woodland is then 1-2m higher than visible field edge.RHW02/11/2014
Called back for the west summit: a drive-in but having rechecked map, still not quite the summit.RHW17/08/2014
10k mapping shows small contour rings immediately W and E of the main road. The one to E is easy, the one to the W is more tricky but doable. However the larger and presumably higher contour is further W in the grounds of the house at c. SE 3447 1514. I ran out of time and didn't get to investigate the latter so not quite a tick as yetRHW15/08/2014
Approached from N via busy B6132. Parked at entrance to farm track 150m S from summit as previous logger, walked back along road to bend. Peered over wall to SW but decided highest point was other side of road to NE on banking at edge of wood; small cairn left. Either climb banking or enter wood and undergrowth at public f/p not far away.Aye Jimmy02/08/2014
No parking available on the adjacent road. The actual summit is shielded from the road by a high and completely unclimbable estate stone wall. The only access is to pull into the track about 150m south and make a dash along the inside of the wall to the summit. Not really worth it, better to regard the summit of the road as the top,.moorsman16/08/2013
summit close to busy roadAdrian31/12/2011
ad-lib23/12/2017
Mark Sims27/04/2017
Alan Caine05/11/2016
andrew brown19/10/2015
Bramley17/10/2015
stevent080910/08/2015
the_adam28/02/2015
GordonAdshead12/11/2014
thenomad03/09/2013
citygent02/07/2013
Martin R31/12/1999