Name:Staerough Hill
Hill number:7487
Height:331.2m / 1087ft
Parent (Ma):2302  The Cheviot
SMC/RHB Section:28B: The River Tweed to the English Border
Donald area:The Cheviots
County/UA:Scottish Borders
Topographical area:SE01 Cheviot-hownam
Catchment:Tweed
Class:Tump (300-399m), Subhump, Yeaman
(Tu,3,sHu,Y)
Grid ref:NT 82875 27184
Summit feature:no feature: ground 3m NNE of trig point
Drop:99.4m
Col:231.8m  NT 8330 2678  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 74
(1:25k) OL16E
Survey:Leica NA730/Leica GS15
Survey of Staerough Hill.pdf
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 40 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Sunnyside Hill, descent via NE ridge (involved crossing a couple of fences). 3 hours.Wycombe Wanderer28/05/2024
7 of 8 from near clifton on a very wind day storm Otto.robertphillips17/02/2023
Wide verge parking on Pennine Way, just S of Halterburn. Over pastures due E, round N side plantation and up to here. On to Shereburgh, Sunnyside Hill, Wildgoose Hill and Latchly Hill for a fine 9.5k round.jonglew22/01/2023
With Andy, Rick and Lynne and all the dogs. Chilly!jenx01/01/2023
Halterburn- Staerough Hill- Sunnyside Hill- Wildgoose Hill- Latchly Hill- Halterburn. A must for our week in Kirk Yetholm and just as attractive as it looked in views from afar. Onto the hills through the gate opposite the bench at road summit (park at ford though!!), straightforward and pleasant walk up to trig pt, from where the whole ridge route looks really inviting. Another day of fine weather, with brother, Petepwheeler15/09/2022
Doing the trig and the Halterburn Horseshoe.BigJ10/11/2021
Unsure when I bagged this hill. Do remember the route. Used the Pennine Way from Kirk Yetholm to NT842263 up onto Sunnyside Hill then Staerough Hill. Retrospective log.Andrew Simmons18/12/2020
Parked near Peniel. Road towards KY and up through field and rough grazing. Rather fine hill with some steep bits. Windy. Met someone starting out on the Pennine Way on the road. First time on road here since finishing the Pennine Way on a school trip. (Back when it was a 400km glaurfest)fasgadh08/03/2020
From Kirk Yetholm, overnight route, cold night in tent. Green Humbleton, Coldsmouth Hill, Madam Law, White Law, Latchley Hill, Wildgoose Hill, Staerough Hill. Bright, excellent views and ground largely frozen.RobertP19/01/2020
Dropped off a little N of Burnhead. PW to just S of Latchly and straight up. Basically along walls to Wildgoose and Sunnyside. Then down wall to gate a N to edge of wood. Up W side of wall to gate beside trig on Staerough. Down to Greystones.chrisbien10/07/2019
surveyed with Graham Jackson and Jim Bloomer Galltywenallt24/10/2018
Stormy weather episode 2. Staying at a lovely cottage just down the lane in yet never done this hill - why why! A glorious spot especially when getting blown up the hill. Pennine Way then over to Green Humbleton. Strange how different it feels not having traipsed all the way from the Schil etc.briandavies09/10/2018
From Shereburgh down to col then contoured round and up side of a wood to regain wall along the ridge. Followed this to trig at top.Aye Jimmy08/08/2018
1st top of the day after a night in Kirk Yetholm.summitter27/05/2017
Parked in village and set off at 13.35. Up the steep road and turned off at a gate in a stone wall and plod up a newly ploughed field to a new BWF. Over this and onto grassy upper part of the hill. To the newly whitewashed column 7470 at 14.20. Not many PW walkers come this way I suppose!arranc19/06/2012
From Town Yetholm caravan site and followed the ridge around to pick up some hills we don't normally do when we're here i.e. Sunnyside, Wild Goose and Latchly hills.Walker Dan06/08/2009
Evening stroll from Yetholm camp site. Along PW then straight up and over, down track to Hayhope and along St Cuthbert's Way.agentmancuso02/07/2009
lovely hill & view. from gateway at road pass to NE RHW15/02/2003
Graham Banks17/02/2024
Adrian22/01/2023
Alex C22/01/2023
Alan Whatley25/10/2020
mae22/10/2019
BigNick03/09/2019
Martin R03/07/2019
dexly19/04/2019
jimbloomer24/10/2018
andy elliott29/09/2018
Robertgee05/02/2018
maknipe19/02/2017
Lucky19/02/2017
Dave Geere25/06/2016
hughbagger22/04/2016
irobbo26/05/2014
amcvey02/06/2013
carole engel01/10/2011
chalky195310/08/2010
Sherlock09/12/2006
Colin Crawford29/06/1998
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