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Name:Hodgson Moor
Hill number:16888
Height:206m / 676ft
Parent (Ma):2830  Urra Moor - Round Hill
RHB Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:North Yorkshire (CoU)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:SE 98550 96883
Summit feature:no feature:
Col:176m  SE973979  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 94 101
(1:25k) OL27S
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 22 users)ByDate of Ascent
Drove up farm track to farm but nobody around, so turned, drove back and nipped over gate. Lush pasture for such a dry summer.Campbell Singer08/08/2018
Parked at junction of minor road and A171 to South(by touching memorial to motorcyclist)then along verge of main road(adequate enough)to farm track. Over gate and up to top.catman15/07/2018
From parking SE 9893 9677, had to pass a barn full of unhappy pigs - unpleasant but then I eat 'em so shouldn't complaincarole engel07/07/2018
Ascent at dusk after Cloughton trig with Smudge while a wolf was snarling in the adjacent plantation.Dugswell202/12/2017
Visited trig first then up the track, chatting to the farmer collecting silage rolls first. He told me about the stone circle which I visited first to the nw next to the forest and followed by very unscared young cows who licked my legs toes and hand and nibbled at my shirt and trousers. Quite unusual.They're usually more timid. Wandered back across the field where the highest spot is on the map.vegibagger26/06/2016
From se as others. Summit is sw of farm access road. Sheep now becoming paranoid I think...RHW02/04/2016
Parked at road junction just to south, visited trig before walking on road and up farm track to 'summit' - a field full of nervous sheepcitygent02/03/2016
About 50m NW of entrance lane to Standingstone Rigg, on other side of A171 some forestry operation has created rough parking spot, used this (Sunday). Then walked up farm lane, metal gate into field and gentle summit. Also visited trig near road junction to SE.Aye Jimmy11/01/2015
Hodgson Moor must be the ultimate pointless summit. Parking is best at the junction with the main road and the minor road to the south-east From here there is a 200yd walk alongside the main road as far as the entrance to Standingstones Rigg house. You can walk along this track, unseen, as far as the field gate just before the first fence. Open this and the summit is just across the field. No view, no sense of achievement, no effort and the feeling that you have totally wasted 20 minutes of your life.moorsman30/11/2014
Agree that this is a bit of a dull summit, but as a detour on a nice day out, before driving back to Scalby, it could have been worse.DanHolme29/08/2014
Barbara Singer08/08/2018
Martin R23/01/2017
Walking puggle10/03/2016