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Name:Viewing Hill
Hill number:2752
Height:649m / 2129ft
Parent (Ma):2714  Burnhope Seat
RHB Section:35A: The Northern Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:North Pennines - Western Fells
County/UA:Durham (CoU)
Catchment:Tees
Class:Simm, Hewitt, Nuttall, Buxton & Lewis, Bridge
(Tu,Sim,Hew,N,BL,Bg)
Grid ref:NY 78909 33195
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:66m
Col:583m  NY785350  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 91
(1:25k) OL31W
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 243 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
out with the dog picking off 3 nuttalls in the area viewing hill round hill and bellbeaver rigg boggy in places with lots of cross country walkingDarren-44313/04/2019
out with the dog picking off 3 nuttalls in the area viewing hill round hill and bellbeaver rigg boggy in places with lots of cross country walkingmy-list13/04/2019
mcbiydw209/02/2019
With Sue from Yad Moss along miners track and up NW shoulder to summit. Return to track down SW to track. Cloudy on summit for interesting location of cairn.Frank23/12/2018
From Bellbeaver Rigg solo frozen ground saved me from the worst of the wet stuffcolinfielding14/12/2018
Viewing Hill > Herdship Fell > Herdship Fell Elmslie summit from GR: NY 81129 30862ronaldo33313/10/2018
Viewing Hill > Herdship Fell > Herdship Fell Elmslie summit from GR: NY 81129 30862Hippster13/10/2018
Lay-bye at Yad Moss > Viewing Hill > River Tees > Troutbeck Foot > Round Hill > Bellbeaver Rigg > Yad Moss.Winterfloodian06/10/2018
Gavin Theobald28/09/2018
Alan Caine16/08/2018
Ben Rinnes02/08/2018
Smelly Boots25/07/2018
Charli Wisbey08/07/2018
solitaryfellwanderer17/06/2018
Slash313/05/2018
Quick out and back from the road.tomd420/04/2018
Cycled from Cow Green c/p via old miners track to NW to second mine ruin at NY 783 327. Left bike and walked to high point. Cairn made of flat stones with 1m long pole made locating the top quite simple.John Lee04/11/2017
tomcr8806/10/2017
arjh24/08/2017
markhammonds03/07/2017
I stopped on the B6277 near Crookburn Bridge and climbed Viewing Hill. There were maybe only 150 feet of ascent once the old mine track had been left.peter4lc06/05/2017
Walked from the road on my own. Dry and pleasant. A bit breezy but the wind wasn't cold so it was fine.flockwatcher30/04/2017
kitp01/04/2017
axe.stephen22/02/2017
cumbria mammoth27/11/2016
Lucky15/11/2016
Parked in lay-by at NY784353 and followed good track to NY781339 before heading for the summit. Found a not too boggy route.webmaster02/10/2016
neilsan08/08/2016
richtea504028/06/2016
ajwxyzt28/06/2016
fedupofuserids18/05/2016
On a three day backpack around the North Pennines. Cold, windy and snowy.alistairpooler23/04/2016
lizarose25/03/2016
M.Forde25/03/2016
As per route 9.6dianepick19/11/2015
NOW CELEBRATING A WEEK OF SUNSHINE AT ALSTON BASE CAMP. FOLLOWED NUTTALL'S WALK 9.6 TO THE LETTER FOR AN EASY DAY BETWEEN WALKS 9.3 AND 9.4. NOT VERY INTERESTING HILLS BUT PRETTY WALK BETWEEN THE TWO IN THE TEES VALLEY.BURGESS02/10/2015
daddybond01/07/2015
michael21/06/2015
andy6325/05/2015
S from B6277 followed track to disused shaft then SSE on lovely spring afternoon - had given up trying to find cairn on v misty day in marchcelticrambler02/04/2015
With Bill and Andy from Bellbeaver Riggmick25/03/2015
With Mick and AndyBillyP25/03/2015
Tricky22/03/2015
RobertP31/12/2014
BrianFish02/12/2014
Bagging the curry stool on Herdwick Fell then onto Viewing Hill with Rob, Rick, Jen, George, Martin and the Littlewoods.Dugswell229/11/2014
With Rick, Jen, Doug, Martin, George, Sue and Trevor, after Herdship Fell which was my final Curry Stool trig. Then to Teesdale Hotel for a celebratory curry :-)RHW29/11/2014
Repeat visit w Jenx, Rob, Doug, Martin, Sue, Trevor and George. AFter Rob's final Curry Stool trig. In th emist but at least the summit cairn is looking good now!nordicstar29/11/2014
With Rob etc.jenx29/11/2014
overnighted by the cattlegrid near Chapelfell top, So arrived nice and early at Cow Green Res. a pleasant stroll up the mine track to a point just before the 2nd lot of buildings. pathless through the dew soaked grass to cairn on peat hag. nice spot though i wouldn't fancy it in fog. Return same way.stig_nest21/09/2014