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Name:Dod Law
Hill number:5287
Height:200m / 656ft
Parent (Ma):2317  Ros Castle [Ros Hill]
RHB Section:33: The Scottish Border to the River Tyne
County/UA:Northumberland (CoU)
Class:Hump, Tump (200-299m), Clem
Grid ref:NU 00685 31660
Summit feature:trig point
Col:99m  NU033375  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 75
(1:25k) 340
Observations:ground to ESE is lower
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 75 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
With K. Parked at golf clubhouse where sign says 'we welcome walkers' or something similar. Also checked in clubhouse where permission was readily granted. A mud track leads up through golf course with two vehicles parked almost at the summit and a sign saying 'Vehicles left at own risk'. Summit area has two hillforts and cup and ring rock art.Ashley11/08/2019
Asked at the club house for permission to park which was pleasantly given .... even thanked me for asking! A straightforward, reasonably flat walk south to the open-access gate, only a couple of minutes from the summit. About 30 minutes return.moorsman02/08/2019
Short walk from the bus stop in the village after a much longer walk earlier in the day to Threestone Burn stone circle. Visited several of the rock art panels, the hillforts and the stone circle as the light was starting to go. A fabulous hill with huge amounts of stuff to explore.thesweetcheat11/03/2019
Parked in car park at Wooler Golf Club & received a friendly welcome - Followed vehicle track up centre of course to wooden gates & then ESE along ATV track to trig point. (S)gerrybowes24/09/2018
Parked at the golf club, permission sought and given from two clubmen. Fine course, in early morning sun took the track up through the course and then to trig. After went to find Cuddy's Cave. Interesting wanderings.nordicstar08/08/2017
A pretty golf course hill. Didn't find Cuddies cave, but know where it is now.jenx08/08/2017
From Doddington by foot path. Good views of vivid green farmland to SW with backdrop of the rounded Cheviots.RichardM13/04/2017
From Doddington Village to NW starting by old stone cross with water spouts at base.Level summit area with impressive ancient fortifications. HP 20 p east of trig on grassy mound to N of track in rough sheep pasture. great views.Denise 13/04/2017
From Doddington (parked by farm) - explored Dodd Law - Cup & Ring Stones East of Ringses Fort well worth a visit.briandavies27/10/2016
From Wooler golf clubhouse, pleasant stroll along track through golf course (nobody playing). Fine views of Cheviots.Aye Jimmy27/06/2016
From Doddingtonrhalstead25/03/2016
Parked at golf clubhouse. Track through golf course and through gate to summit.Campbell Singer08/10/2015
Parked at the golf club late on a sunny Sunday afternoon with Phil Cooper. Easy walk through pretty golf course.Dugswell209/11/2014
Tried to walk up to Shepherds House from Doddington, but all paths completely overgrown with gorse. Walked along track past golf course instead, followed path as far as stone circle remains, then vehicle tracks along to summit. Return via golf course track. Sunny, with superb views over to Wooler and the Cheviots.PaulH11/08/2014
Second ascent (climbed back in 2003) - both ascents from Doddington. Saw the rock art first time, couldn't find it the second. Circular route including passing by the stone circle.Emphyrio01/08/2014
from Wooler golf courseThearlaichdubh29/06/2014
Walked across golf course then to the trig point while looking for 'cup and ring' marks with Sonja.Skip03/06/2014
Doddington to Etal. Gorse encroachment briefly painful on lower section of the path from Doddington.Smudge28/02/2014
went up from westwood hill to the trig point, continued north and returned via westwood hillgeordie31/08/2013
from Wooler Golf club house at Doddington, along bridle way between fairways to beyond the 7th tee.arranc19/08/2013
With G. From Wooler Golf Course & carvings.RT197009/10/2012
If it is the summer and raining don't go up from the village. The bracken is chest high and you get soaked. Much more pleasant walk up the track through the golf club.simon and co19/08/2012
Easy parking side of road to NNW. Steady path to summit. Very pleasant.destaylor03/06/2012
Glorious Weather - walked up from DoddingtonBramley28/03/2012
Easy walk up from Doddington.chriswatson15/09/2011
Parked at golf club cp and followed track nearly to cottage then across stile to trig.chrisbien19/03/2011
Parked on grass verge in Doddington at NT 99904 32521. Settled for the trig pillar being the highest point but visited two other nearby spots that looked equally as high - needs Abney Level.David Gradwell29/03/2010
Parked in Doddington near the post office and walked up from there, the latter part of the walk being on the edge of the golf course. I think the trig point is the highest point.Father Ted15/10/2008
On the end of a holiday in Wooler, strolled along looking for archaeology, didn't find very much (wasn't looking in the right places clearly!)DanHolme19/09/2006
pleasant summit, fine view. FP & deep bracken from Doddington, cross golf cse RHW14/09/2002
Up from Golf Clubhouse.stan toon01/01/2001
Located above unusual Wooler Golf Course on Doddington Moor.andy15/08/1994
Dave Geere07/02/2017
Steve Q27/06/2016
Andrew Simmons14/12/2014
Alan Whatley03/07/2013