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Name:Wandale Hill
Hill number:5300
Height:497m / 1631ft
Parent (Ma):2755  Yarlside
RHB Section:35A: The Northern Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Yorkshire Dales - Northern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Class:Hump, Tump (400-499m), Clem
Grid ref:SD 70542 99016
Summit feature:small cairn
Col:386m  SD700997  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 98
(1:25k) OL19S
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 137 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Parked at highpoint of road to Adamthwaite. Wandale Hill, Kensgriff, Randy Gill Top, Hooksey, Green Bell. Went down road to Adamthwaite, then ROW right. Once over the stream and on open moorland, can go straight up with no fences to negotiate.PGCE03/06/2020
Clach Liath29/05/2020
15.29 from high point of road to the east anti-clockwise circuit over 5 tops this one last.vegibagger16/03/2020
From the north. Parked on edge of area of hardstanding (turning point) at NY 7130 0044 - Down road for 300m & then forked right along stone track, joining bridleway W. of farm - As jonglew, along bridleway to gate & then across stream at SD 7060 9971 - Over low fence & then up alongside wall before making way up through saplings fo wire fence - Crossed fence at braced post & then a steady climb up to summit cairn. (S)gerrybowes06/03/2020
From the high point of the Adamthwaite road, with Ellie dog.BLACKHILL28/12/2019
Gavin Theobald08/10/2019
Circular walk including Knott, Greenbell, Hooksey, Randygill top, Kensgriff, Wandale Hill and Harter fell largly on good grassy tracks but some stiff climbs.cjo18/05/2019
Roadside verge parking (NY 7115 0024), could probably have parked closer, but this way not blocking anything. Crossed the stream at SD 7060 9971, after which just a trot up the hill; one new fence to negotiate above the saplings. 45 min round trip in wind and rain.jonglew08/12/2018
Parked near the end of the minor road from the north before taking the track WSW and then making a direct ascent. Harder than it looked but it was a wonderful day.clivevilla11/09/2018
From Cross Keys, old road to Narthwaite was pleasant, then straight up S ridge- there's a gate on this at the access land; followed ROW back, via Wandale- a scrappy fp. Part walking, part running to bag this neglected hill.pwheeler22/07/2018
C/W circuit (15km, 980m ascent) starting from CP just W of Rawthey Bridge. Wandale, Yarlside, Kensgriff, Randygill, Green Bell, Gere, Adamthwaite & Harter. Nice circuit - good variety of hills. Fine (a bit too hot) weather - only a few cleg bites today.ger04/07/2018
Wandale Hill and Harter Fell from Rawthey Bridge.rhalstead26/05/2018
Wandale Hill from GR: NY 71085 00175ronaldo33323/03/2018
No parking at farm. Very boggy bridal way on north side then a grassy plod in the mist.jenx23/10/2017
With Jenx and Bryher, what Jen meant was the farmer when asked said 'no parking here, go up the road outside gate there's a car park' grumpily. On return I checked and it's public road to the farm and then a Byway for 85yds to bridge, which should allow parking. There was a red car parked there already. We went from up the road, found verge parking at 7115 0023 just outside gate and used the higher track to access hill, bridleway heading West was a real mess once off path, cut down to beck and through new plantings. Gate in top right corner, soggy fell thereafter.nordicstar23/10/2017
With K from Randy Gill Top. Returned to Cross Keys pub via Narthwaite farm. Paths very boggy at Narthwaite and there is no bridge on the 'A Pennine Journey' LDP over the Backside Beck at 700 976.Ashley09/10/2017
carole engel16/09/2017
Last hill of the day on a circuit from the Cross Keys. From the wet Adamthwaite Sike up N shoulder and down S ridge. Bridleway on W side of hill very wet and muddy.RichardM12/03/2017
Small neat carin on grass. Easy grassy ascent over access land from the boggy path that goes SW of Adamthwaite farm. Then descended back to path and followed back to Cross Keys Temperance Inn.Denise 12/03/2017
A W Bryan24/02/2017
5.2 mile walk on easy terrain from Cross Keys, walked up through Narthwaite farm and onto Wandale Hill, then descended west easily forded Backside Beck where it joins Spen Gill, then climbed up to Kensgriff across Saddle and scrambled up to Yarlside, one we've been meaning to do since 2012, descended Ben End back to Cross Keys, hot and sunny, now bagged every east Howgills hill.DanTrig17/08/2016
See Randygill Fell.Campbell Singer09/08/2016
Parked at Cross. After visiting Harter Fell walked down to Adamthwaite and followed bridleway to access land, then up to Wandale hill summit. No paths as such but easy ground.Fisky Boy08/05/2016
With Fisky BoyBrenda Cloke08/05/2016
Jim B04/04/2016
With Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave03/04/2016
Langdale Knott, West Fell, Hazelgill Knott, Wandale Hillkeithouk25/10/2015
With Jo, from Cross (high point of narrow road): Harter Fell then via Adamthwaite onto Wandale Hill (stones have now tripled). Weather; high cloud, mild, good visibility.amblerbob09/10/2015
Dave Geere27/06/2015