Name:Brownhart Law
Hill number:3560
Height:508m / 1667ft
Parent (Ma):2302  The Cheviot
RHB Section:33: The Scottish Border to the River Tyne, 28B: The River Tweed to the English Border
Nuttall/Wainwright area:The Cheviots
Donald area:The Cheviots
County/UA:Scottish Borders, Northumberland
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Coquet, Tweed
Watershed:Tweedmouth
Class:Dodd (500-599m), Dewey, Donald Dewey, Yeaman
(Tu,5,Dew,DDew,Y)
Grid ref:NT 78797 09380
Summit feature:no feature: ground 10m N of fence
Drop:65m
Col:443m  NT776079  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 80
(1:25k) OL16W
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 130 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Easy there and back from parking on minor road.Alan Caine23/03/2024
While doing my final section of the Pennine Way.rhalstead23/07/2023
From Byrness Church, up the Pennine Way then took the alternative route to the summit. Returned via the other Pennine Way route past Chew Green then back the same way. 12 milesGary Heath02/07/2023
From the English side, parking SSE at NT 7944 0854, just before the red flag. Easy walk up grassy tracks until ~270m SE then headed over tussocky ground. On to Deel's Hill. Brownhart being my final hill in section 28B.jonglew04/02/2023
Walked up via Chew Green for a circular walk and then up to Thirl Moor trig. Not sure if we've been on Brownhart Law before.Walker Dan18/04/2022
From Blackhall Hill and onto Deels Hill on cool clear sunny day, with long afternoon shadows. HP unmarked by fence in rough grassland. Nearby is grave of Thomas Elliot 1909-1990Denise 06/03/2022
A gently domed grassy summit. Lovely walk along the Buckham's Walls Burn watershed, anticlockwise circuit from Buckham's Bridge. Sunshine and great views and a path all the way.RichardM06/03/2022
Eight mile walk from parking at the head of the Coquet valley taking in Thirl moor, Ravens knowe and Brownhart law, three and half hours on a access day for MOD land.WAYNE ROWLETT08/01/2022
From Raven's Knowe. Solo.Dangerous Dave19/09/2021
Kale Water, Nether Hindhope to Blackhall Hill, Brownhart HIll, Ravens Knowe, Byrness, Spithope, Greyhound Law, Hungry Law & return to Hindhope. Overcast, dry & mild with sunny spells near Byrness.Vin29/08/2021
Parked in the Buckham's Bridge car park at NT 82438 10716. Took the public road up to its end, before the military road begins, and up to join the Pennine Way past the Roman camps on Dere Street. Short diversion from the PW to reach the summit of Brownhart Law. Rejoined the PW for 6km hike over Lamb Hill and up to the summit of Beefstand Hill. Descended by its south ridge, using a gate in the deer fence, and down to join RoW to Carlcroft. Then back up the road to Buckham's Bridge. Solo. 23.7km, with 730m of ascent.Man of Kernow125/07/2021
Parking at Chew Green. NNW (initially on Pennine Way) to the border fence, then followed the fence to the summit.JohnR21/09/2020
From Chew Green car park, up Pennine Way to Roman signal station, then r.o.w up fence, path to top.CreakingHiker09/09/2020
Had a different day planned but the red flags were flying so I parked at 794085 went up Brownhart Law and across to Deels Hill, back up the road, past the car and round to Ravens Knowe. Did Broadside Law on the way out.clivevilla04/09/2020
Brownhart Law, Ravens Knowe & Thirl Moor starting from CP at W end of public road(Chew Green). Mainly on grassy paths/tracks. A super wild/open area with good views for the most part.ger20/07/2020
1/4 Dewey day. From car park near Chew Green at NT 794 085, visiting Brownhart Law, Greyhound Law, Hungry Law, Ravens Knowe and Thirl Moor. Less windy today but still very wet underfoot. A combination of the PW, forest roads and the ATV tracks aided progress. 21km with 570m ascent in 5h30m. (S)silveracorn_alan07/07/2020
Thirl Moor > Ravens Knowe > Brownhart Law from GR: NT 79441 08549ronaldo33314/09/2019
Thirl Moor > Ravens Knowe > Brownhart Law from GR: NT 79441 08549Hippster14/09/2019
After bagging Thirl Moor, visited Spithopehead bothy and then came back to Chewgreen via Brownhart Law. Weather was warm and sunny but haze on the hills that never lifted all day. Great views. Dropped back down to Chew Sike (burn) and followed it back to car.NorthernWayfarer18/04/2019
Headed up from Chewgreen, followed the PW then a sheep trail to the top. Indiscriminate top with a grave stone. Excellent views though. Headed to Raven's Knowe afterwards.NorthernWayfarer31/03/2019
Walk from Byrness to roman campsalanm925/03/2019
On the Pennine Waynickywood130/09/2018
Day 18 of the Pennine Way with Eric, Geoff and Steve. First half of the final traverse of the Cheviots from Byrness to Windy Gyle. Summited Raven’s Knowe, Brownhart Hill, Lamb Hill, Beefstand Hill, Mozie Law and Windy Gyle. A total distance of 26km with 890m ascent in 7h45m.silveracorn_alan21/08/2018
With CP on Pennine Waygarth8714/07/2018
After driving from Cottonshopeburnfoot over the range road, started up past Roman fort to Brownhart Law on the border. Then along very dry ground to Ravens Knowe meeting Pennine Wayers. From there small return then across range to Thirl Moor then back to car. Really great walk in the conditions.SS26/05/2018
Parked at Chew Green Car Park at 794085 - After climbing Hungry Law, headed back along edge of forest & a section of forest road to rejoin the Pennine Way - Followed Pennine Way for a while before taking the signposted Alternative Route to the the unmarked summit. (PM)gerrybowes13/01/2018
The 4th Dewey of the day and this one from Hungry Law. Dropped south to the car at the end of the public road with GB. 5 and a half hours from Thirl Moor - Ravens Knowe - Hungry Law. 12.4 miles.bolton13/01/2018
From Deel's Hill. Dark cloud and sun, distant patchwork of green and gold. Goats with long horns sitting in the grass. Gave thanks. Route 1 to Thirl Moor.Wycombe Wanderer27/08/2017
Circuit. Blindburn - Yearning Law - refuge - Raeshaw Fell - Brownhart Law - Chew Green - Thirl Moor. Misty, Wet and wild conditions.Moorponder15/07/2017
Ascended from Trows Burn past Windy Gyle then mostly along the Pennine Way with some detours, covering Windy Rig, Mozie Law, Beefstand Hill, Lamb Hill, Raeshaw Fell and Brownhart Law to the Heart's Toe, then down along forest road to Byrness.lecube19/06/2017
parked upper hindhope route ACW to nether hindhope.robertphillips03/07/2016
With Jo, from Chew Green cp: past the Roman Camps and Fortlet to boundary fence, then east to summit. Weather; generally sunny, cool breeze, good visibility.amblerbob18/05/2016
Easy walk from around NT 80.09 crossing Pennine Way en-route. Summit just over fence at top, and a little further is a memorial stone to Thomas Elliot Elliot 1909-1990, with a lot of 'Fellowship' initials after his name. Must have been an eminent person. Continued easily to Deel's Hill.Aye Jimmy11/05/2016
Parked in car park beside the minor road to the SE of Brownhart Law with an armed guard. Then Brownhart Law, Blackhall Hill, Raeshaw Fell, Lamb Hill, Callaw Cairn, Beefstand Hill, Mozie Law, Windy Rig, Windy Gyle, Ward Law and Shorthope Hill before returning to my car below Barrow Burn before returning to collecting Adrian Dust’ s car back at our start. Just a fantastic two car walk.Dugswell201/10/2015
Easy parking to South.destaylor13/08/2015
A round from Chew Green carpark of Brownhart Law, Hungry Law, Ravens Knowe, Thirl Moor. Much of walk on either quod bike tracks or forest tracks. Footpaths and sheep trods covered most of rest. Section from Browhart Law to Hungry Law would be a nightmare in the wet but relatively dry (at moment) for most of that section but there was the odd bit of wet ground. Tried to cut down through the forest to save time but failed. Planting is newish (5 years old?) and difficult to move through. Followed track to NE of Heart's Toe then to NT77634/05894. New planting abuts old planting. Went up through old planting to Ravens Knowe. Good walking then all the way to Thirl Moor. Dropped down to old round sheep fold at NT80037/08666 and Up hillside to track slanting across the hillside. Followed to road and back to carpark. A good walk.MikeM23/04/2015
Parked at Tow Ford and walked along road to Nether Hindford. Followed track up to Roman forts and back along Dere Street. Bagged trig at the end. Fantastic day and views.BigJ16/04/2015
great views into Scotland and across CheviotsAdrian09/11/2014
With Iain Brown, Douglas law, Phil Cooper.vegibagger08/11/2014
on pennine wayemily29/05/2014
Part of a Cheviots peak-bag starting from Blindburn. Ground frozen which was welcome - would have been a bit of a bogtrot otherwise. High point is on the Scottish side of the fence!Crib Goch23/02/2013
From Nether Hindhope, via Coquet Head.agentmancuso04/07/2012
From the P nr Chew Sike. Mostly the track NE of P.chrisbien04/06/2012
Steady plod on frozen turf. Excitement provided by the untreated military road - thankfully with 4WD and winter tyres.Martin R30/12/2011
came up from Coquet Head during a nice circular wandergeordie08/09/2011
From car park at end of minor road in Coquetdale NT 79434 08547. 30 minutes.David Gradwell28/03/2010
from chew greengigglejon24/03/2010
Used MTB for large loop of Hills. Very sunny and warm. Biked from Windy Gyle to Brownhart Law.Jhimmy20/04/2009
Followed border ridge from Chew Green to The Street and down to Rowhope turn off. Lovely day with high winds and about 120 teenagers coincidently following exactly the same route! So much for a quiet day on the hills.andy04/04/2009
w. Darren. Dewey bagging from Byrnes YH. I had forgotten I had done Hungry Law before! - however gave a chance to clamber through 50 feet of brashings and thick heather to detour onto Greyhound Law then followed border fence to Brownhart Law above the (not much to see) Chew Green Roman camp -PW back over Raven's Knowe.Chris Pearson03/08/2006