Westernhope Moor (James’s Hill)

About Westernhope Moor (James’s Hill)

Westernhope Moor (James’s Hill) is a summit in the North Pennines – Eastern Fells region or range in England. Westernhope Moor (James’s Hill) is 675 metres high. All the walking routes up Westernhope Moor (James’s Hill) on Mud and Routes can be found below. The top can be identified by the peaty knoll 10m NE of trig point. Other Notes: knoll is 30cm above base of trig point and same height as flush bracket. Westernhope Moor (James’s Hill) is a child summit of Burnhope Seat.

Walks up Westernhope Moor (James’s Hill)

Westernhope Moor (James’s Hill) Summit Stats

Height in Metres: 675 metres

Height in Feet: 2215 feet

Range: North Pennines - Eastern Fells

Prominence: 67 metres

Parent Summit: Burnhope Seat

Grid Reference: NY923325

Col Height: 608

Col Grid Reference: NY897331

Summit Classification: Hewitt Hills in England Wales and Ireland, Nuttalls Hill List, Simm

National Park, County or Country: Durham, England's Highest Mountains, Hills in the North Pennines - Eastern Fells

Recommended Maps: Landranger Map 91   Landranger Map 92   Explorer Map OL31E  

Data with AcknowledgementDatabase of British and Irish


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