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Name:Turner Wood Hill
Hill number:18872
Height:251m / 823ft
Parent (Ma):2810  Black Hill
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Calderdale (UA)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:SE 03661 17070
Summit feature:no feature: bracken
Col:218m  SE034170  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 110
(1:25k) OL21S
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 34 users)ByDate of Ascent
through woodland, dense bracken at summitcjo04/08/2019
Good advice from moorsman. Path running directly over summit through the bracken.David Evans20/05/2019
From the pub to the west... With Jay Mistryvegibagger12/04/2019
2 of 2 with pike law on 20 mile bike ride from home with Matty flesherThe-Z-Man16/02/2019
As othersLongwojo12/01/2019
Steeply up from Oldham Road just south of pub. Good views of House on the Prairie section of M62Mark Sims23/08/2018
Ample roadside parking to the west, north of the pub. To ascend there is a weakness in the wall just north of the start of the wood. This allows access through the trees and is quickly hidden from the road. Having reached the summit head straight down to a gate onto the road directly opposite the large house.moorsman08/05/2018
Over gate as others.Campbell Singer09/01/2018
Kind local resident advised me it was OK to climb over gate on main road and go straight up. Up and down in about 13 min.IanHHill18/11/2017
From Booth Wood Inn, gate seemed a bit visible so I only used it on the way back - while being followed by the entire flock of hungry sheep!the_adam15/02/2017
Easily up over gate from main road.Bramley08/01/2017
Dragged Smudge with me over the gate just down from the Booth Wood Inn before he disappear into tthe woods so that a direct approach was taken to bag this wee Tump.Dugswell218/12/2016
Car bagging with Dugswell.Smudge18/12/2016
4th hill of 5 today on a route from Marsden to Slaithwaite on a long loop, climbing to Waystone Edge via the Buckstones then onto the Pennine Way to Blackstone Edge and Dog Hill, onto Blackwood Edge road concessionary path to fp across Booth Moor then SE across two fields and diverting onto fp heading NE before turning SE onto A672. I headed across on fp but climbed over fence and went across, over wall to climb the hill from the SW duly arriving on the bracken topped summit. Beautiful scenery around here and good views of the water plummeting over Booth Wood Reservoir. The descent was dangerous but exciting, having almost slipped over the edge as the ground is very steep to the ENE, i managed to climb down to the Clough level by using young trees to stop my descent. The Clough was in full spate and difficult to cross but I managed to find a young tree and hauled it over to bridge the clough and I jammed one of the branches behind a boulder so that I could get across! Up the slipperyDazingdale20/11/2016
There is a gap in the wall just a few metres further NE past the MS on the Oldham Road. Straight up and down through the woods with Alfie.Dangerous Dave13/05/2016
from W over gate near Booth Wood Inn and straight up and down.did this after a walk around Rishworth Moor.joseph mitchell05/06/2015
From S, AJ route except turned R over bridge to keep feet dry. Entertaining!RHW15/05/2015
Followed Aye Jimmy's route for ascent. Exciting! Returned via A672 & flight of stone steps to picturesque stone footbridge.ngthack19/03/2015
Car park due south of hill on Smithy Lane is now closed but we managed to park off the road tight up to locked car park gate at SE 03576 16700. Followed Aye Jimmy's route. It's an interesting route to say the least but not for folk with a nervous disposition and definitely not to be attempted if the river is in flood!David Gradwell04/05/2014
Not the shortest approach but you get to see the twee-est little footbridge in the North! From lane due S of hill below dam. Over stile, down steps through wood to the footbridge. Over this then left and back under bridge. Scrambled along river bank for short way to avoid getting into someone's garden, then up onto the hillside. Summit covered in bracken, fortunately dead at this time of year.Aye Jimmy29/03/2014
As part of a wander around all the hills near the reservoir - date unknownMartin R31/12/1999
Andy West14/02/2019
andrew brown27/06/2018
carole engel19/10/2017
Alan Caine05/08/2015
Edwin Gradwell04/05/2014
George Gradwell04/05/2014