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Name:Hazel Bank
Hill number:7980
Height:427m / 1401ft
Parent (Ma):2559  Tarn Crag (Sleddale)
RHB Section:34C: Lake District - Eastern Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Far Eastern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Lune
Class:Synge
(Sy)
Grid ref:NY 54512 07739
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:9m
Col:418m  NY542077  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 90
(1:25k) OL7N
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 41 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked at quarry entrance. Skirted round to pick up old track to interesting farm ruins then continued on over fords and up to top. With Bryher.jenx19/05/2019
Boggy and not particularly inspiring walk from Long Fell but the summit a pleasant enough perch to end the day. Found my way through very wet ground to track back to quarry. No Keep Out signs in this direction - back to car no probs.Wycombe Wanderer15/10/2018
Parked in layby NE side quarry entrance. Near enough direct line to here, but keeping to the sl;ightly higher ground as ground to N side Wasdale Beck very wet. On to Wasdale Pike.jonglew04/08/2018
From Wasdsle Pike, on way back to A6rfoster30/04/2018
ith Bryher, parking at Quarry access in lay by on main road. Up to the old land to Wasdale Head farm, followed track around Hazel Bank, contoured through the bog like fellside to near the col below Long Fell. Up its West flank to mast and then the modified soil piled top. Not sure this high point will be here for long as quarry working encroaches. Down track and hillside back to startnordicstar04/12/2017
From Long Fell top, SW down by fence to flooded gate on old farm track (no path). Suggest approach this top from NE ridge on faint grass path just after crossing the 2 becks on the farm track. We approached top from north, but long tufty grass and very boggy. Boring top with no feature, wish I had had the foresight to bring some granite rocks from Pink quarry to make a cairn. Highlight of walk was the delightful ruined farmhouse at Wasdale Head (elevenses and lunch here in the sun).Hillsidenick05/11/2017
From Hazel Bank. With Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave23/04/2017
Long Fell - Hazel Bank - Packhorse Hill from GR: NY 56216 08292ronaldo33315/04/2017
With Long Fell above quarrynordicstar27/11/2016
From Shap summit Memorial CP via Whatshaw Common East TopAnduril02/06/2016
From Shap summit via Whatshaw Common East TopCorbett02/06/2016
Round of Long Fell, Sleddale Pike, Tongue Rigg, Ulthwaite Rigg, Great Saddle Crag, Wasdale Pike and Hazel Bank from Shap Pink Quarry. Hard work over tussocks in half-frozen snow.Eddie07/03/2016
From Long Fell with Alf.mick26/11/2015
With Long Fell.jimbloomer15/08/2015
Parked in the lay-by alongside the A6 at an altitude of 1404ft.This meant that the summit is 3ft below the starting height. However it does involve a gentle descent and ascent to the summit which has to be repeated on the return journey. A total of just short of 400 ft ascent in total. Quite a straightforward outing on a fine day.moorsman18/06/2015
Whatshaw Common East Top, Hazel Bank and Long Fell from large layby on A6 by memorial. Spooked a herd of about 30 deer in Wasdale bottom. Wasdale Beck is fast flowing but can be jumped if you find the right spot.Crib Goch14/03/2015
Followed 2 red deer down and over from Wasdale Pike.Nick Caunt11/04/2014
Very foggy. Visibility of metresmcbiydw219/02/2014
With Jo, circular walk from A6 Summit: Whatshaw Common East Top, Hazel Bank, To Stone or tother, Long Fell, descending along road through Shap Pink Quarry (Granite) to A6, then bridleway over Wasdale Old Bridge with a visit to Packhorse Hill. Weather; high intermittent cloud, sunny intervals, warm, very good visibility.amblerbob14/08/2013
Descending from Wasdale Pike, end of circuit that started at Shap summit carpark, included Whatshaw, Gt Yarlside and Gt Saddle. Herd of deer seen on snowy summit.Aye Jimmy30/03/2013
Linear route -3 Synges above A6 with Darren. Lovely pink granite rock specimens collected from Shap 'pink quarry' on way out (from where I had first collected samples on a geology trip as a school boy -still have one of them!) The ruined Wasdale Head farmhouse is made of impressively fine blocks of this granite .Chris Pearson15/07/2007
DC11main05/05/2019
DARRENG14/04/2019
AndyS21/12/2018
AdyGray31/08/2018
Jacqdaw05/11/2017
Jim.Fothergill04/05/2017
Wilkins Synges31/12/2016
ALHEJ Wilkins31/12/2016
ALHEJ B331/12/2016
GaryJones30/05/2016
AlanD03/04/2016
m0untain_n0mad25/10/2015
Dave Geere12/10/2014
Rambling Ray26/05/2014
Alan Caine01/03/2014
peebs09/07/2013
mae01/12/2012
RHW21/11/2010
Thorny05/08/2002
Chris Terrey 11/11/1999