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Name:Arkleton Hill
Hill number:1926
Height:521m / 1709ft
Parent (Ma):1918  Roan Fell
RHB Section:28B: The River Tweed to the English Border
County/UA:Dumfries and Galloway (UA)
Catchment:Esk (Gretna)
Class:Hump, Dodd (500-599m), Donald Dewey, Submarilyn, Yeaman
Grid ref:NY 40516 92187
Summit feature:no feature: ground near fence junction
Col:375m  NY421937  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 79
(1:25k) 323N 324
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 41 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked in layby 100m W. of entrance to Mosspeeble - Up to end of vehicle track & then along ATV track & faint path to gate in fence/wall at 398256 - Up S. side of fence to unmarked summit, making use of available sheep trods; boggy groughs final 100m or so. (S)gerrybowes26/04/2019
From Hartrith Rigg on circuit, easy for first km on wide grassy tracks (horsey exercising?) then steep hillside. Disappointingly vague summit.Aye Jimmy08/01/2019
As Jen says, nice circuitnordicstar19/12/2017
C/W round of white hill, salter grain hill, pike fell, arkleton hill, hartrith rig, from A7 layby near mosspeeble, nice sunny frosty day.robertphillips09/12/2017
Circuit of White Hill trig and top, Saltergrain Hill, Pike Fell and Arkleton Hill. Fine day. With Rick and Bryher, plus Rob for first two.jenx29/10/2017
Pleasant circuit on bright dayDenise 03/02/2017
On round of the Mosspeeble valley. Interesting land slip on W slope of hill. Summit plateau of rough grass / heather on peat.RichardM03/02/2017
Cycled from Mosspeeble three parts of the way. Hard work across the top.Eddie02/03/2016
Hartrith Rig, Arkleton Hill, Pike Fell, Mid Hill, Cockplay Hill, Salter Grain Hill, White Hill from Mosspeeble. Covering of snow on Arkleton Hill, Pike Fell, little wind and became brighter as day progressed.RobertP30/11/2015
See Pike Fell.Campbell Singer22/11/2015
From Cooms. Over bridge then grassy and boggy track to the top.chrisbien05/09/2015
Bagged trig first with Phil Cooper then White Hill TUMP, Salter Grain Hill, Pike Fell and Arkleton Hill after parking near Mosspeeble.Dugswell207/11/2014
From Ewe Hall via Hog Fell, on to Pike Fellagentmancuso01/06/2012
dullish peaty summit & view. from A7 layby via Mosspeeble, good tk to 394930; a/cw circuit via Y & TP RHW16/02/2003
Solo as part of the Capricorn C class.mikejacobs19/07/1997
Tom Mundell16/12/2017
Trekking toes16/12/2017
Alan Moore25/10/2016
carole engel28/07/2016
cumbria mammoth17/03/2016
Dave Geere21/11/2015
Pete R27/02/2014
Martin R18/04/2013
Alan Whatley17/02/2011
David Purchase03/08/2009
Andrew Simmons17/12/2008
Colin Crawford03/10/2007