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Name:Bullman Hills
Hill number:2765
Height:610m / 2001ft
Parent (Ma):2707  Cross Fell
RHB Section:35A: The Northern Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:North Pennines - Western Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Tyne (Newcastle)
Class:Nuttall, Buxton & Lewis, Bridge
(N,BL,Bg)
Grid ref:NY 70589 37341
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:18m
Col:592m  NY707372  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 91
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Parked by first gate on Pennine Way from Garrigill (NY 7301 3969). Long Man Hill and Bullman Hills S Top first. Then a snowy yomp across to the Staneshaw trig pillar. With Rick Salter.jonglew31/01/2019
With Jon Glew from parking at lane end before gate. Good snow cover, used track to repeat Long Man Hill, then followed a caterpillar track to near summit of the two Bullman Hills. Then swung south on the tracks to bag the lonely Staneshaw Rigg trigpoint before cross country snow booting back to car.nordicstar31/01/2019
Garrigill > Pennine Way > Long Man Hill > Cashwell Mine > Bullman Hills > Cashwell Mine > Pennine Way > Garrigill.Winterfloodian07/10/2018
Parked in Garrigill then up the steep track which is also the Pennine Way. Then SE to Long Man Hill before heading across to Bullman Hills and Bullman Hills South Top. Back across to Pennine Way for the return to Garrigill.Dugswell218/05/2018
Nuttall walkRuth30/09/2017
Walked on my own from Garrigill on The Pennine Way then took detours to bag this and Long Man Hill. Bright and clear. Look out for beautiful purple fluospar on the way back to the Pennine Way alongside Cash Burn.flockwatcher18/04/2017
Climbed with Long Man Hill from Garrigill. Beautiful sunny day.dianepick21/07/2016
following nuttalls walk 9.1 its the lower top of the two but counts because of the 60ft height gaincolinfielding13/05/2016
SECOND OF 10 BEAUTIFUL AUTUMN DAYS WHILE CAMPED AT ALSTON. ENCOUNTERED GROUSE SHOOTING PARTY NEAR SOUTH TYNE HEAD BUT NO PROBLEM. CIRCUIT FROM GARRIGILL FOLLOWING NUTTALLS ROUTE 9.1 OVER GREAT DUN FELL, LITTLE DUN FELL, CROSS FELL, BULLMAN HILLS, LONG MAN HILL AND ROUND HILL. VERY TIRING BUT MADE IT BEFORE DARK.BURGESS26/09/2015
Garrigill - Long Man Hill - Bullman Hills - Greg's Hut - Cross Fell - Tees Head - Crossgill Head - Round Hill - Tyne Head - Garrigilldavidpettit8404/05/2015
From a camp under Round Hill. Ascended Fallow Hill by mistake first. Bushwhacking. Returned to Cow Green, long day.mick07/04/2015
Walked straight past it it's so small had to retrace steps on a foggy daygeoffreybbb24/06/2014
Long Man Hill - Bullman Hills - Bullman Hills South Top - Cross Fell - Little Dun Fell - Great Dun Fell - Knock Fellronaldo33308/06/2014
Second visit.Crib Goch08/09/2013
Only 260m from the Bullman South Top, and of identical character. Returned to Garrigill via the trigpoint on Staneshaw Rigg.Aye Jimmy04/09/2013
With G. Nuttalls' alt. route from end of road S. of Garrigill > Tyne Head > Great Dun Fell via Tyne Beck > Little Dun Fell > Cross Fell > Greg's Hut > Bullman Hills > Long Man Hill > Round Hill > Start.RT197003/07/2013
Walk in from Garrigill; reverse of the Pennine Way. Seemed just as long!ruthatlast21/04/2013
In a round from Garrigill going up Pennine Way and coming back round via Round Hill. Best walking on hard snow with cloud cover until earl afternoon.SS26/02/2013
CJM01/10/2012
Across from Long Man and then down the Pennine Way to Garrigil for a pint in the George & Dragontsharp18/08/2012
Small parking area beside track just south of Garrigill at NY 74525 41118. Did with Long Man Hill & xNuttall (Bullman Hills South Top)David Gradwell03/06/2012
From Garrigill along the Pennine Way on a very hot day, then down to a shooting hut at a disused mine. Thereafter following the track beside Cash Burn and track round to the Bullman HillsFisky Boy26/05/2012
With Fisky BoyBrenda Cloke26/05/2012
petey10/04/2012
Park at 670m in parking area on service road (By snow pole 197) – Great Dun Fell – Little Dun Fell – Cross Fell – Greg’s Hut – Bullman Hills (both of them) – Cashwell mine workings – Long Man Hill – Round Hill – Tyne Head – Bridge over R. Tees – Trout Beck – Dunfell Hush – Down road to car. (Solo)gerrybowes28/09/2011
Follow track downstream from mine hut to end then left up track following line of new shooting butts to base of hill -easier!daddybond03/08/2011
With Dad. Second peak on our circular from Garigll. Nice summit but not the nicest to get to!AGWilliamson13/06/2011
KeithByTheC11/06/2011
Just a pile of stones mark the summit!!! A nice hut to shelter around the side of,Is just 600M away.Mc Tango12/04/2011
Reached over bog and rough heather from mine below Long Man Hill.nevans8427/10/2010
From Garrigill with Mary. Along the Pennine Way to Bullman Hills (both tops) then back via Long Man Hill. Mixed weather with rain and sun. There were about 7 other people on the PW path.Glenelg01/08/2010
From Garrigill.Marshsand16/06/2010
My non bagging friend seemed determined to miss this one out on the way up to Cross Fell but my persistance eventually paid off. We did however tackle it from the south meaning an extra 100 meters of ascent. Why I do not know.Father Ted13/09/2009
Start ~ Garrigill. Followed Pennine Way to old mine near Long Man Hill then contoured across to Bullman Hills. Had to wait en route for a local shoot to finish. Insignificant summit, with Wombourne.steve hudson18/08/2009
Pleasant easy walk from Garrigill including Longmnan Hill. Both tops, just in case! Unusual Karst features breaking the monotony of a barren landscape.Hammy31/07/2009
With Ian Soulsby.Dangerous Dave04/01/2009
Parked at small space NY74525 41118 in Gatehead (Carrigill). Cycled MTB along Pennine way - steep in parts, but great fun coming back down! There's a track that leads close to foot of Bullman Hill.Jhimmy14/09/2008
Was walking to the wrong top as this is such a tiddler. Easy to miss.destaylor30/04/2008
With Jo, circular walk from Garrigill: PW to mines near Grey Mere Stone, out and back to Bullman Hills (2 tops), Long Man Hill, returning by PW. Weather; generally cloudy with occasional sunny intervals, warm, wind, moderate visibility BH, improving to good on LMH.amblerbob15/09/2007
Beautiful day. Walking along the Pennine Way looking for these hills. My companion said are they the ones we want? I said they are only spoil heaps. Oops - no they weren't! Don't look up for these hills! They will be below you.johnjennison30/04/2007
perfect weather for marchjohnfwoolley27/03/2007
Not real date as no log kept. Bullman Hills, Long Man Hill, Round Hill. Thick mist all day. Light snow on ground on summits. Challenging navigation.ijpowell01/03/2007
a real pain at the end of a long day through thick snow and peat hags but got to the tops of all the bulman Hills justy to be safe!gigglejon19/11/2006
Strange formations so much lower than the surrounding hillssignyred29/04/2006
BogtrotPeteF03/10/2004
Sue's feet were bloody freezing - so it can't be this date but we have done it.Ianto&Sue26/08/2000
Headed across from Long Man Hill. yorkie09/07/2000
Solo. Fourth of eight peaks on a 21-mile day.mikejacobs26/01/1997
Galltywenallt27/05/1996
"conned" a group I was with to walk over just to bag the top says it all realyRhayader_wander01/07/1993