Name:Cleasby Hill
Hill number:7718
Height:511m / 1677ft
Parent (Ma):2773  Hoove
SMC/RHB Section:35A: The Northern Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Yorkshire Dales - Northern Fells
County/UA:North Yorkshire
Topographical area:EP02 Shunner-boar
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Ouse (York), Tees
Watershed:Tees Bay, St Bees Head to Ravenscar, Humber Estuary
Class:Subdodd
(s5)
Grid ref:NY 97927 07804
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:20m
Col:491m  NY988083  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 92
(1:25k) OL30N
Observations:summit is in flat area by bulldozed water-trap
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 38 users)ByDate of Ascent
Followed route described by Fisky Boy, excellent route. Parking for a few cars next to wooden seat, opposite public bridleway / track that goes up to Kitley Hill House. Climbed up Kitley Hill (454m) then dropped left to join track onto High Faggergill. Continued up to end of track on Faggergill Moor, follow the shooting buts to summit(could be boggy in wet). Visited the 510m spot height to the west before returning on the track - dry underfootmatty1971b07/07/2024
Followed route described by Fisky Boy. Parking for a few cars next to wooden seat, opposite public bridleway / track that goes up to Kitley Hill House. Climbed up Kitley Hill (454m) then northwards (no path) to join track at High Faggergill. Continued up to end of track on Faggergill Moor. Heather to summit. Visited the 510m spot height to the west before returning on the track all the way past Mell Close Gateto the road. Solo.Dangerous Dave29/06/2024
With Sue first recorded hill since lockdown started. From roadside 1km from Slightholme Farm. Follow track to Tan Hill then cut up to Cleasby Hill and return lower bridle path to ascend Coney Seat Hill back to start.Frank26/05/2020
From the minor road to the south where it meets the access land Parking for 2 or 3 cars), via Kitley Hill,then following tracks to High Faggergill, and thereafter almost to the summit, with a final bit of heather bashing leaving the now quad bike track after grouse butt number 12.Fisky Boy08/09/2019
With Fisky BoyBrenda Cloke08/09/2019
From sw, RoW until last wall (OS BM on gate) then straight up. Fri eve after work in passingRHW04/07/2019
With Jo, from GR NY 98990 04472: up track onto Kitley Hill (nice viewpoint), then tracks nearly all the way to summit. Weather; cloudy, mild, good visibility.amblerbob25/05/2019
Kitley Hill > Cleasby Hill from GR:NY 98520 04965ronaldo33308/04/2018
From a camp on Faggergil Moor. Moorland slog.mick01/08/2016
from Bowes-Gilmonby-Citron Seat-Cleasby Hill-Hoove-Elsey Crag-past Forest plantation & return. overcast,dry, warm.joseph mitchell28/09/2014
From Whaw in Arkengarthdale. Whaw Bents, Great Punchard Gill, West Moor, heather bashing to top, down via William Gill, along road to Roe Beck Bridge, across to Ravens Park and up Cleasby Hill, track/bridleway back to Whaw. Dry and bright/sunny, but a cool wind.PaulH16/04/2014
From small layby at NY 98987 04480. A somewhat longer route than is the norm for this hill to enable us to sample the delights (or otherwise) of Kitley Hill. Most of the route is on a good grouse-shooters track.David Gradwell29/10/2013
Parked at Roe Bridge on Arkengarthdale road. Track past two farms then onto open hillside. Last 500m boggy with only very slight gradient. Summit was peat banking by pool.Aye Jimmy25/05/2013
The walk between Hoove and Cleasby is not for the faint hearted. Pathless and very boggy underfoot. Not far distance wise but allow far longer than you would expect. A direct line takes you across several steep river groughs which may necessitate long detours to find a safe crossing place. If you head to the boundary fence there is no path along it and it crosses the catchment areas of the rivulets. It is exceptionally swampy ... be warned. A spirit sapper.moorsman17/10/2012
Across the bridges from head of Arkengarthdale.peebs26/01/2012
AdrianDClarke04/01/2024
Rambling Ray06/08/2022
mcbiydw217/04/2022
DC11main15/04/2022
jamiehighton12/06/2021
Wycombe Wanderer28/12/2020
nicolajane04/03/2019
Nirobi9928/04/2018
mae25/10/2017
MM03/06/2015
KM03/06/2015
Edwin Gradwell29/10/2013
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Anton18/03/2012
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