Name:Berwick Hill
Hill number:16086
Height:89.1m / 292ft
Parent (Ma):2315  Tosson Hill
RHB Section:33: The Scottish Border to the River Tyne
County/UA:Northumberland
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (North)
Class:Unclassified
(Un)
Grid ref:NZ 17454 75567
Summit feature:N verge of road
Drop:29.9m
Col:59.2m  NZ 2004 7452  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 88
(1:25k) 316W
Observations:ground 40m NNW at NZ 17441 75600 is 0.2m lower but may be the natural summit
Comments:deleted Tump March 2024
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 45 users)ByDate of Ascent
Road side stop, had a look and moved on to somewhere I can walk tomatty1971b30/12/2023
2/7 Medley of small hills in a sunny afternoon. Parked by the minor road to the west. Walked along the main road, along the RoW and through the gate to the mound in the field to the north of the road, which is my bid for the HP.silveracorn_alan30/05/2023
Visited verge and field area.robertphillips25/03/2023
With Jo: parked opposite South East Farm. Wandered around likely high points. Weather; cloudy, cold wind, good views.amblerbob11/02/2023
Roadside verge parking, had a look round, verge N side road seemed higher than the field.jonglew21/08/2022
Not sure about this game of hill bagging when it comes to this! Away ticked and moving on to bigger challengesAndrew Simmons18/04/2022
Parked at minor road junction 200m W. I'd say the verge on N side of road was higher. Also the most uninteresting Tump in Northumberland!JohnR10/03/2022
Pass by on bike rideStanAllan11/01/2022
Parked on minor road to the west. Mound in field to north of road seemed higher than grass verge on road ( accessed via public footpath then over gate into field). Solo.Dangerous Dave17/12/2021
Good to be back bagging these hard won tops. Hardest part was finding a spot to park.Bramley24/05/2021
Life has far too many pleasures to spend (waste) time wandering round looking for a possibly non-existant summit. The road was there, it looked high, it looked the highest point to me. So, onwards and upwards.moorsman20/06/2020
Pointless but gloriously tickable Crossed the road, stamped around on the bank. Speculated as to which blade is grass was higher, man. .! Got back in my car..vegibagger22/05/2020
pointlesscarole engel21/07/2019
i lived within a mile of this hill for nine years but it never occurred to me to visit. Mind you, I drove over the thing countless timesColin Crawford25/03/2019
North verge seemed higher than nearby field.PeterD28/11/2018
Went to N verge and into field behind, good view thereAdrian15/10/2018
I knocked on a door to ask advice on this one. An elderly gent says the top of the hill is in front of the house on the north side of the road, and who am I to disagree? Bagged this one after The lady of the North.Lou10/07/2016
North verge of road opposite a house for me. Other side of hedge 30m into field didn't seem any higher.Aye Jimmy21/04/2016
From roadside. Summit is either on the verge or a prominent point in the field 50 metres NWCrib Goch19/04/2016
N verge felt higher than spot ht in pasture: both visitedRHW09/10/2015
Drive by on the way home from NE. Field off footpathmcbiydw207/10/2014
Est, this was the usual cut through from A1 to A69 before the western bypass built, used it many times on way to Lakes. Did actually get out on this bend once to look at a great sunset, not aware a tump thing thennordicstar01/01/1987
Susan Bidwell18/04/2024
Lionel Bidwell18/04/2024
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Alan Caine06/08/2023
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Ben Rinnes23/05/2021
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Christo197906/09/2018
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