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Name:Hambleton Hough
Hill number:19310
Height:46m / 151ft
Parent (Ma):2804  Rombalds Moor [Ilkley Moor]
RHB Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:North Yorkshire (CoU)
Catchment:Ouse (York)
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:SE 55675 29906
Summit feature:no feature: ground by path
Col:12m  SE572297  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 105
(1:25k) 290S
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 26 users)ByDate of Ascent
Felled nature reserve mound with great views of the flatlands from its 30+extra metres of elevation from it. Three separate power station cooling Towersvegibagger17/04/2018
From south. Straightforward ascent.ngthack14/01/2018
Up path from road.Power stations steaming away.Some of tree stumps have their tops carved!catman18/12/2017
Had cycled past this hill a few times without even noticing it - it's surrounded by trees. Today it was deliberate, thanks to this website. OS L105 doesn't make it clear. Rode to the foot of the hill and walked up to the top, from which the views are very good for such a little hill.IanHHill04/12/2017
20th Tump of the day. The darkness didn't detract from a magnificent scene of twinkling lights for miles around.Campbell Singer11/10/2017
Pitch dark. Just missed amazing sunset but was rewarded with lights everywhere.Barbara Singer11/10/2017
Path from W, reserve currently closed due to fungus causing dog deaths. I have no dog and ate no fungusRHW03/09/2017
After visiting Harewood House & gardens with my mum and then after having climbed up to Rawden Hill I drove us over here to park in layby. Mysterious illness has caused dogs deaths but cause as yet unidentified, site closed as a result. Easy access with path crossing summit. Good views all the way round especially if you like power stations as at least three are clearly visible! Onwards to Brayton Barff.Dazingdale02/09/2017
Good views today.Moorponder13/08/2017
Surprisingly nice view if you don't mind the power stations!the_adam03/08/2017
Short stroll up from road.Bramley17/06/2017
Much nicer than anticipated. Bluebells still out.jimbloomer09/05/2017
Much nicer hill than expected. Thought I recognised the man driving away as we arrived, but when we met again at Brayton Buff found it was Jim Bloomer.GordonAdshead09/05/2017
Public access woodland - no need to trespass for once! Solo.Dangerous Dave08/05/2017
Small parking area at end of the lane leading close to the summit. Good path to the top. 5 minutes return.moorsman07/05/2017
Drove down lane from the N and parked outside the Hambleton Hough wildlife habitat. Path leads straight over the top from there, a level section with a few tree stumps. Power stations dominate the horizon!Aye Jimmy01/05/2017
Parked car by crossroads then a gentle amble to gain summit.Dugswell214/04/2017
Area recently clear felled. Pleasant scrub survives with blue bellscjo08/04/2017
Alan Caine13/10/2018
carole engel25/11/2017
andrew brown14/07/2017
Martin R16/04/2017