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Name:Meltham Cop
Hill number:18894
Height:303m / 994ft
Parent (Ma):2810  Black Hill
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Kirklees (CoU)
Class:Tump (300-399m)
Grid ref:SE 09186 11906
Summit feature:no feature
Col:273m  SE090120  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 110
(1:25k) OL21S 288S
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 37 users)ByDate of Ascent
1 of 7 on 36 mile bike ride from home. Long climb up from cowlersley then up steep walk up from pub car park. Great viewsThe-Z-Man20/03/2020
Meltham Cop from GR: SE 09006 11875ronaldo33308/02/2020
Meltham Cop from GR: SE 09006 11875Hippster08/02/2020
14:30 21 degrees, humid, sun and cloud, calm, with Miranda. Route 1 from SW. Nice spot.Wycombe Wanderer03/08/2019
Parked to the West at the start of Dunnock road SE089118, then as Campbell Singer.David Evans03/06/2019
09.35 after a veggie breakfast in Morrisons in Meltham. Thin mist rolled in while I was skirting along the track round its south side looking for a gap that I could use. Didn't find one till a gate on the east side. Very thin mist had half dissipated by time I decided to come down the north slopes, now that I could now see where there was a gate at the NE corner of the field out on to the road.vegibagger07/01/2019
Parked just into farm track off minor road due W of hill. Over a stone wall and directly up to summit.jonglew27/12/2017
From Dunnock Lane. Up through the new plantation. Mostly jaggy hawthorn. Then over bwf.Campbell Singer05/12/2017
Cop Hill Fell Racetsar.nathan05/11/2017
Walked up from bus stop at road jcn at bottom of Meltham, then on to West Nab.IanHHill07/09/2017
1st of three hills from Berry Brow station on a loop to Brockholes. Residential road taken to B6110 then to Netherton before fp to Turbid lane, Whitehead lane, fp acros to Blackmoorfoot, on track along S-western flank, dropping onto Dunnock road and then climbing over one gate and then up past broken gate onto flat plateau. Walked along top gradually increasing height. Descent down steep slope to fence junction back onto track to follow Meltham way.Dazingdale06/11/2016
Solo. Alfie stayed by the barbed-wire fence and didn't summit. Horrible route up through gorse and brambles. Ripped my thumb on the barbed-wire!Dangerous Dave23/06/2016
Parked at start of bridleway then as others up through new plantation.mart079717/04/2016
Pull in at start of bridleway to the south (alt 859 ft). Head about 50m along this track then cross the wall, double back slighty, cross the fence and head upwards alongside the newly planted trees. 0.49 miles, 15 minutes return.moorsman15/12/2015
Pasture summit.Adrian21/11/2015
my wife had gone with her friend to Manchester shopping, so I thought I'd knock off these 3 hills!joseph mitchell19/11/2015
As Aye Jimmy, but returned same way.ngthack19/03/2015
Parked near track to west then used footpath, then over collapsed wall, up beside fence until gap then into field which becomes very flat pasture at the top with Martin Richardson. Lovely view towards Blackmoorfoot Reservoir if you walk around the flat top.Dugswell224/11/2014
Repeat visit with DugswellMartin R24/11/2014
From track to south via a hop over a barbed wire fence.Wheelsy24/10/2014
From W via RoWRHW05/09/2014
From the W, parked at end of rough track (Dunnock Road) just S of a pub. Track for short way then over wall at gap. Followed fence up hillside, past newly planted trees courtesy of 'Colne Valley Tree Society'. Over fence at top, along path which opens out onto broad gently rounded pasture. Returned down farm track.Aye Jimmy11/05/2014
On Cop Hill Fell RaceNeil Midgley04/11/2012
Have wondered about this one for many years - and wandered over it many times. My house faces the lower slopes to the north.Martin R01/01/2000
Bag For Life03/08/2019
carole engel19/10/2017
Andy West13/03/2017
andrew brown02/03/2017
Alan Caine21/02/2015