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Name:Blake Rigg (Little Langdale)
Hill number:3745
Height:535m / 1755ft
Parent (Ma):2419  Pike of Blisco
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Southern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Leven (Ulverston)
Class:Birkett, Synge, Subdodd
(B,Sy,s5)
Grid ref:NY 28521 03905
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:24m
Col:511m  NY281040  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89 90
(1:25k) OL6N
Observations:just higher than summit c200m NNW
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 157 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
ALHEJ Wilkins10/11/2019
jef12/10/2019
Isbjorn23/09/2019
Jacqdaw19/09/2019
Hillsidenick19/09/2019
From NY 2832 0323. Short round of 6 hills starting with Cold Pike Far West Top, this the last. Required a 2 mile walk along the road from parking spot, but after this one dropped straight down to the car.jonglew12/08/2019
A BIT MISTY SO PLANNED A SHORT WALK. WENT FROM WRYNOSE BRIDGE UP TO LONG CRAG THEN ACROSS TO BLAKE RIGG. JOYCE DID PIKE O' BLISCO AND BACK TO CAMPSITE VIA RED TARN. WEATHER IMPROVED SO DROVE ON TO HARDKNOTT PASS AND BAGGED HORSEHOW CRAGS AND DEMMING CRAG. HADN'T REALISED THE LATTER INVOLVED ALMOST ASCENDING HARTER FELL!BURGESS13/07/2019
Parked at Wrynose Bridge. Followed stream up and then crossed it to ascend to the right of the right handside stream. No footpath to follow.Sham Sharrock14/06/2019
kev6505/06/2019
davefh15/05/2019
Another sunny day on the tops Side Pike.down to the cattle grid and a faint path direct to Blake Rigg and onwards to Wyrnose Fell.Dry feet after a dry spell.jocks124/04/2019
Alan Caine23/03/2019
PeteN26/02/2019
solo from cattle grid at NY28932 05124colinfielding26/11/2018
peterh26/11/2018
peter ault26/11/2018
Done with Richard Turner in very windy conditions also taking in Haystacks, High Fell, Hawk Rigg, Great Intake, Low Fell, Birk Fells, Kitty Crag, High Wythow & Low Wythhowfalunty23/10/2018
DARRENG22/09/2018
ALHEJ Wilkins15/09/2018
Fell3wilki15/09/2018
TSS, Red Tarn, Cold Pike, PoB, Long Crag, Blake Riggbardolph04/07/2018
ODG > Side Pike > Lingmoor Fell > Blake Rigg > Long Crag > Pike o'Blisco > Cold Pike > Cold Pike West Top > Cold Pike Far West Top > Little Stand > Stonesty Pike > Great Knott > ODG. Fine day with breaks of sunshine, nice breeze, just me and H.johnkaysleftleg23/06/2018
CraigDring23/05/2018
hughbagger29/04/2018
From Kettle Crag, Brown How, Pike O'Blisco on a sunny cold day with a bit of snow on the ground.IWC04/02/2018
PaulineC04/02/2018
Papwilkinson10/11/2017
SezzaLittledave08/10/2017
PoolieDave05/10/2017
Janete05/10/2017
Wrynose Bridge - Long Crag - BLAKE RIGG. Thick mist from start, followed Pike o'Blisco path to NY 28119 03568, forded beck & cut across to Long Crag. Rough country, GPS essential for me in very poor visibility.citygent20/09/2017
Parked on one of the 5 or 6 small hardstanding areas, just E. of Wrynose summit After bagging Wrynose Fell, headed E. across hillocky terrain to the summit cairn. Although it's only just over ½km from Wrynose Fell, a tough little walk. Same route back to car. (PM)gerrybowes08/08/2017
From Wrynose Fell with GB. Great views. Returned to car at Three Shire Stone.bolton08/08/2017
Wilkins Synges08/07/2017
ALHEJ Wilkins08/07/2017
ALHEJ B308/07/2017
Wil FR208/07/2017
From Wrynose Fell and back to NDG. Considered climbing Pike How but couldn't face the probable fight through wet bracken. 3.5 hours.Wycombe Wanderer01/07/2017
dadofmorph09/06/2017
Ullswalker04/05/2017
Across grass from Long Crag.Eddie22/02/2017
A strange day emotionally being as this was my last day on the hills before my 60th birthday in a few days time. Six new DoBh summits in the bag on a wet and dreary day. So how do i fare for over 45 years of bashing the hills? Lots of aches and pains, especially when i try to get out of the car after driving home. Knees ok but the occasional twinge, niggles away. Arthritis in my ankles can make walking on stony ground quite painful. Fitness has dropped but i do like my beer and food. Having said that a five hour round trip today over difficult ground so things can't be that bad! Heres to the next decade and many more summits.thenomad10/01/2017
Chris K02/01/2017
jaggedlakes02/01/2017
Windy, misty. Not the first ascent.davechaffey31/12/2016
Mountain Girl10/11/2016
Pat196708/10/2016
Wayne Mac08/10/2016
Bellesmountains08/10/2016
mart079718/09/2016