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Name:Black Hambleton
Hill number:5341
Height:400m / 1312ft
Parent (Ma):2831  Cringle Moor - Drake Howe
RHB Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:North Yorkshire (CoU)
Catchment:Derwent (Goole), Catchment Boundaries, Ouse (York)
Class:Hump, Tump (400-499m), Clem
Grid ref:SE 48146 94605
Summit feature:tiny cairn
Col:286m  SE485956  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 100
(1:25k) OL26S
Observations:mound is 100m ENE of trig point (SE 48051 94577)
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 173 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Parked at square corner (SE 47954 95902) and followed Cleveland Way south to cairn SW of summit. Followed established path to trig pillar which then continues towards high point to NE. Left path to left stand on high ground.SteveSmith06/12/2019
Along the Cleveland Way from Square Corner, turning off at the cairn to reach the trig and summit mound.Nick Down127/08/2019
Osmotherley Showpaulcook280903/08/2019
Osmotherley Show Fell Race w. GoodGymHillNombre03/08/2019
Osmotherley show fell raceEggletina03/07/2019
Linear walk with Jill. From Sutton Bank car park, Boltby Scar, Black Hambleton, Square Corner.ijpowell14/06/2019
From Osmotherleypaulcook280908/05/2019
After working in Northallerton and Yarm, headed up here before heading south. Parked at Square Corner and walked up, bagging Trig and summit. Great viewsdazedemon06/03/2019
From Osmotherleypaulcook280903/02/2019
Along Cleveland way to pass electric fences, through small to gallops and gate to field with trig, with Ellie dog.BLACKHILL26/01/2019
Evening, from Square Corner. Track to highpoint Cairn then small path to trig and beyond it the highest point. Great sunsetN.Morters24/10/2018
From Forestry Commission car park by Hunter's Hill. Pleasant walk up forest track to the Cleveland Way. Turned south and then went left at the cairn to the trig and small pile of stones a little beyond that marks the summit.Clach Liath01/09/2018
En-route to Mickle Fell between the showers. From CP at SE480959 along the Cleveland Way then left at the cairn. Well worth a visit.Newton Maximus24/08/2018
Osmotherley Show Fell Racepaulcook280904/08/2018
Osmotherley Show fell raceEggletina04/08/2018
Amateur Radio, HEMA Activation. A nice walk along the Old Drovers Road to the summit.G0DEB55912/07/2018
Square Corner parking area at 479959 - Good track up Cleveland Way to large cairn at edge of plateau - NE along ATV track to trig point & then well-used path through heather to within 15yd of the summit mound which is marked with a few stones. (S)gerrybowes03/06/2018
Pleasant walk up from parking area due N. Several benchmarks and boundary stones bagged en-route. HP in middle of heather moorland approx 100m ENE of trig pillar.jonglew11/03/2018
With Jenx and Bryher from road parking to NNE. Cleveland way then from large cairn cut up to trig thence mound and small cairn just beyond. Fine views into the Vale of York and distant Richmond where we once lived and looked to the distant moorsnordicstar09/09/2017
Easy walk up the track from the north then through the heather.jenx09/09/2017
Osmotherley Show Racepaulcook280905/08/2017
With K. Slightly dull after hills to the north. Our completion hill for section 37!Ashley23/04/2017
With Jayne Whitaker on leg of Cleveland Way from Sutton Bank to Osmotherley. Summit not reached - stayed on Cleveland Way trail.pwhitaker_196618/04/2017
The weather spoiled what should have been a very scenic walk. Drizzle most of the day and then low cloud faded all the views, both near and far. But it's another hill that I wouldn't have known about without this website.IanHHill09/12/2016
From Cod Beck reservoir / Square Cornerpaulcook280904/12/2016
Torchlight ascent after a day bell ringing.PGCE04/11/2016
From Silton Forest / Red Way.paulcook280924/09/2016
2mFM Radio Activation HTW-002. Parked at bottom of hill. Approached from A19 side. Nice day.Petem0hqo20/09/2016
Square Corner - Whitestones Ridge - Miley Pike - Faber Stone - skirted access land round Snaileworth Lodge - Low Cote Farm - Wheat beck (forded) - Lower Locker Wood - bridleway to access land then track up Locker Bank - track then Cleveland way to trig then summit descent via Cleveland Way to start.briandavies29/08/2016
from the car park to the north with Aimee Braun on fine day with light breeze. almost forgot to check with the map if the trig was highest point before making a triangular sweep of the area east of the flat plateau that the map showed as 1 metre highervegibagger21/08/2016
1/8 First of Eight (Black Hambleton/Noon Hill/Carlton Moor/Cringle Moor/Cold Moor/Brow Moor/Olivers Mount/Seamer Beacon)Fergalh10/07/2016
From Square Corner. Track is popular with mountain bikers.JohnStoneham12/06/2016
York RamblersJill Wiseman03/04/2016
With Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave13/03/2016
Topped on a run with Fellhugger. Only lived here 7 years and first visit to the summit...cackleberry06/03/2016
With Cabe in a gale.simon and co30/12/2015
Pleasant weather.pwithnall24/05/2015
from Osmotherleyjoseph mitchell16/05/2015
Short walk from Over Silton MoorOwain G28/03/2015
With Jo, walk from Square Corner: Dodd End trig, Black Hambleton, then Cleveland Way to Black Hambleton (Little Moor) trig, returning over Locker Bank and bridleway via Dale Head. Weather, sunny, light breeze, warm, good visibility.amblerbob02/09/2014
Walk up on track from Square Corner car park. Short walk to column on moor.arranc20/04/2014
Circular Hannon wslk from Oakdale Head.Reasonable views.With Peter and Robert.catman19/02/2014
Parked at Square Corner, walked along ridge from Black Hambleton to trig on Little Moor and back after bagging The Cheviot the day before. 8 miles.DanTrig29/09/2013
As part of Cleveland Way day 2, Sutton Bank to Osmotherley.mrs_ts730/09/2012
Pleasant walk from car park to north.destaylor10/04/2012
Start at checkers car park. walked up black hambleton many times . This route goes all the way to thirsk. There used to be a cairn at the summet which now has been destroud.iapetus1212/03/2012
Approached along the Cleveland Way from the Square Corner car park to the north.yorkie22/02/2012
Bagge don run from north of Osmotherley then south across moors.stever14/02/2012