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Name:Maiden Moor
Hill number:2461
Height:575m / 1886ft
Parent (Ma):2400  Dale Head
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - North Western Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Derwent (Workington)
Class:Wainwright, Birkett, Synge, Fellranger
(W,B,Sy,Fel)
Grid ref:NY 23677 18188
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:10m
Col:565m  NY236177  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89 90
(1:25k) OL4S
Observations:cairn 15m NW at NY 23671 18202 is 5cm lower and ground 55m SE at NY 23700 18140 is 20cm lower
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 1346 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
One way traverse north to south from Catbells car parkvegibagger18/01/2020
From Little Town - High Crags - Maiden Moor - High Spy North Top - High Spy - To Little Townscreeleep12/10/2019
MQ/SCquartley08/08/2019
Lakes Seatoller trip day 3gavopeo03/07/2019
From Little Town on a warm, dry, clear day..with Jill and 6 members of Foot LooseGrey Hare23/06/2019
With Keithchristine9905/06/2019
With DanCora Thorny25/05/2019
With JGCW14/05/2019
Newlands Horseshoe completed with Big MartinJC111/05/2019
With Liradierobynetzan20/04/2019
with Andrew GDave Sargent14/03/2019
Headed over from Catbells summit easy path to follow. Second marker is true summit. Amazing views over to the Coledale round. With Richie.Zoe Little24/02/2019
With Jules ,Wendy ,Kev and JillGrey Hare22/02/2019
Walked over Skelgill Bank, Catbells, Maiden Moor, High Spy, Dale Head, Hindscarth, High Crags, Red Knott and Scope EndCap_Thunderbolt11/01/2019
On a walk from Little Town with parentsJonathanConey03/01/2019
Skelgill Bank, Catbells, High Crags, Maiden Moor, High Spy North Top, High Spy, Castle Cragkeithouk28/12/2018
Catbells, Maiden Moor, High Spy North Top, High Spy, 10m RouteJephcote8322/12/2018
RMC SheilaS01/12/2018
Dale Head, Hindscarth and Robinson from Littletown with LucyNab Scar24/11/2018
From Keswick alonegeoffryan18/11/2018
Second round of Wainwrights. Circular walk from Little Town with Dave and LF. Route was Catbells, Maiden Moor, High Spy, Dale Head, Hindscarth, Robinson. Grey morning but sunny warm afternoon and clear sunset. Wet underfoot after heavy rain the previous day.Skip214/10/2018
Second round of Wainwrights. Circular walk from Little Town with Dave and LF. Route was Skelgill Bank, Catbells, Maiden Moor, High Spy, Dale Head, Hindscarth, and Robinson. Overcast morning but increasingly sunny afternoon and a clear sunset. Wet underfoot in parts after heavy rain the day before.Skip14/10/2018
with Nic- Catbells, Maiden Moor and High Spy and back.AbiD10/09/2018
17.9 miles, 3350ft Derwent Water Circular walk.stephenbuda09/09/2018
Newlands Horsehoe from Cat Bells car park with Manchester Hiking: Cat Bells, Maiden Moor, High Spy, Dale Head, Hindscarth and Robinson. Terrible visibility on all peaks after Cat Bells. Tea and cake at Newlands Church on the way down.Lazylizzie02/09/2018
With G. Manesty Campsite > Maiden Moor return via Nitting Haws pathRT197001/08/2018
Catbells and Maiden Moor between the showers with Jasmine.jonesthesteam28/07/2018
With Bryher. From Gt Gable to Cat Bells. Very quiet for most of the way.jenx19/07/2018
Newlands Horseshoe trail runmaaaaaaaatty11/07/2018
9/10 The Newlands Watershed walk (in reverse). From High Spy to Catbells. Finally, the sun started to give up as it hid behind a cloud. Starting to cool down slightly but still very warm and I was now sunburned and dehydrated. Water down to about 50ml (3 mouthfuls left).NorthernWayfarer08/07/2018
From Newlands Church to High Spy. Ascent 15IWC25/06/2018
On annual 10 in 10 MS charity event from Swinside Inn. 16.5 miles and 6,500 feet of ascent. Circular walk first fell Causey Pike, last Maiden Moor with stop at Buttermere village for refreshments.Hillsidenick23/06/2018
Setting off early from our Langdale base camp we made our way to Little town to park up and set off on our version of the Newlands round missing Catbells off for now. Feeling drained from yesterday’s big walk and still feeling the effects of the illness I had most of the week I found this extremely difficult. Making it to the ridge between Catbells and Maiden Moor for about 7:30 to watch the sun rise over Derwent water was well worth the effort. We chilled a bit here before heading up to the summit of Maiden. Very poor summit it actually took us ages to find it but the views made up for this on both sides of the mountain.Scotty 2 Hotty22/06/2018
on the moor ridge top between cat bells (hause gate) and high spy/narrow moor. indistince summit but great views of newlands valleykeenwalker12/06/2018
Up from cat bellsTigger424210/06/2018
Parked at Hawse End at 10:30 and walked up Catbells then across Maiden Moor. Not possible to identify the summit, lunch on Blea Crag then on to Spy head, Walked back via Rigghead Quarries and Castle Crag then following the low route to Hawse End again. Back at 17:30karentracey14/05/2018
Little Town > Aitkn Knott > Ard Crags > I'll Crags(newlands) > Knott Rigg > Newlands Hause > High Snockrigg > Buttermere Moss > Robinson > Hindscarth > Dale Head > Dale Head Tarn > High Spy > High Spy North Top > Maiden Moor > Little Town Beautiful weather just me and Hjohnkaysleftleg06/05/2018
Fine day with Lynn, Cec, Jen + the kidsnix_snilloc05/05/2018
from Little Town to High Spy and again on the way back. Ascent 13 & 14IWC21/04/2018
TWA Fell RaceLittledave21/04/2018
Along from CatbellsCyclistno125/02/2018
With SR from Stair, very wet and windy.Frank10/02/2018
christopherpenningto24/01/2018
Solo fellnolan03/10/2017
Catbells, Maiden Moor with a detour to Bull Crag, High Spy with a detour to Blea Crag, Dale Head, Hindscarth, Robinson, Knott Rigg via High Snockrigg, Moss Force Waterfall & Newlands Hause finishing on Arg Crag dropping down to Rigg Beck then following the road to Rowling End Farm before urning off onto the public footpath to Skelgill then back to the car.Stu Percival26/09/2017
Wild CampPaul_142_uk09/08/2017
Rosthwaite - Lingy Bank - Castle Crag - Hollows Farm - Manesty - Hause Gate - Catbells - Hause Gate - Maiden Moor - High Spy -Rigghead Quarries - RosthwaiteMountainTerrier29/07/2017
Walking 5 in 5 with Mills and RosaMadge201928/07/2017
With the U3A, descent via Nitting Hawsian499313/07/2017
Walking the ridge from Dale Head to Catbells with OH. Scorching hot!cackleberry17/06/2017