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Name:Yeavering Bell
Hill number:7689
Height:361m / 1184ft
Parent (Ma):2302  The Cheviot
RHB Section:33: The Scottish Border to the River Tyne
Nuttall/Wainwright area:The Cheviots
County/UA:Northumberland (CoU)
Catchment:Tweed
Class:Tump (300-399m), Subhump
(Tu,3,sHu)
Grid ref:NT 92917 29335
Summit feature:rock 3m W of cairn
Drop:93m
Col:268m  NT928289  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 74 75
(1:25k) OL16E
Observations:rock is about 30cm higher than base of cairn
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 47 users)ByDate of Ascent
With my daughter (6). From Gefrin lay-by to St Cuthbert's Way. Following hill fort trail way markers to summit. Strong biting wind but blue skies. Lots of people there. Descended more direct route and saw wild goats.NorthernWayfarer25/02/2018
Room for a couple of cars at the junction of the Old Yeavering lane (alt 71m), although other smaller cars can park down the lane itself. There is a good, waymarked path all the way to the summit. Makes sense to include White Law as well.moorsman01/08/2017
Start - Humbleton - Gleadscleugh - White Law - Yeavering Bell - St.Cuthberts Way - Brown's Law - Humbleton. 9.47 miles - 3h 19m.Peter Flynn31/07/2016
From Akeld via White Law. Some deep bracken in between but easy path through it. Nice summit.Aye Jimmy17/07/2016
With Sonja. Walked up from B6531 road at Old Yeavering via the permissive footpath. Clear path on the ground with frequent waymark posts across ling, bilberry and grazed grass. Saw goats among the sheep. Windy and showery but wide views north over the Borders and south over the Cheviots.Skip01/06/2015
From verge at 923303. On track and well signed footpaths, including bits of St Cuthbert's Way. Nice hill.arranc22/05/2015
Bagged with Phil Cooper.Dugswell209/11/2014
Wooler via Gleadsclough down to Yeavering village on the road. Linear walkRucksackRose28/02/2013
From Hethpool car park via St Cuthberts Way, then back over Newton Tors and Hare Law. Clear Day, ground just frozen on top - blowing a hooley!Crib Goch30/12/2012
Old Yeavering, Yeavering Bell, Tom Tallon's Crag, Easter Tor, Old Yeavering. Ran into a load or orienteers, bang goes a quiet day out. Fine and sunny.Walker Dan07/10/2012
From bus stop at Akeld & on to Newton Tors. Strong headwind.Smudge03/12/2011
Verge parking at junction with track NT 92380 30381. Tough 8.5 mile walk in apalling weather including Yeavering Bell, Newtons Tors, The Bell & West Hill.David Gradwell30/03/2010
Yeavering Bell -Newton Tors- Coldburn Hill- Preston Hill -Broadhope Hill -(College Burn)- Great Heatha - The Bell with Darren - running(KIMM training). On our annual bagging week - using his inlaws campervan for 1st time.Chris Pearson13/07/2007
Stopping at the YHA in Wooler, I had a wander up to this windy spot, then down to Ad Gefrin.DanHolme20/09/2006
started in the car park near Browns Law, Commonburn Ho, Yeavering Bell,Tom Tallons Crag, Gains Law, Car park...10.2 miles of fantastic walkinggeordie16/08/2006
From Hethpool via Hethpool Linn, with Pete. Lovely walk, river and hill scenery. College Burn valley (in which Hethpool is located) is as beautiful as any in the Cheviots and more interesting being surrounded by tors and hill forts. We must return for more walks from here.pwheeler12/07/2003
fine hill &view. from N, permissive FP waymarked from farm RHW14/09/2002
Approx date but visited on guided Northumberland National Park walk while at school.andy01/07/1996
Adrian02/11/2018
thenomad08/09/2018
dexly29/08/2018
shane197401/03/2017
harvester8405/02/2017
flakeyw30/09/2016
Dave Geere02/07/2016
andy elliott04/06/2016
barry stubbs01/05/2016
seantg8320/01/2016
jamiehighton08/07/2015
dickiewren11/09/2014
melly130/09/2013
jnixon30/09/2013
raymondwilkes06/05/2013
AlanD05/05/2013
Ajm031020/08/2012
stevent080922/06/2012
nicolajane23/04/2012
denzil and rich06/04/2012
nigheandonn13/02/2011
Jackson02/04/2010
Edwin Gradwell30/03/2010
fasgadh02/07/2009
jon283625/10/2007
maknipe10/03/2007
andrew.allum01/01/2000
tomandivy23/06/1998
Colin Crawford30/06/1996