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Name:Clints Crags
Hill number:16152
Height:255m / 837ft
Section:34A: Lake District - Northern Fells
Classification:Tu,2
Drop:58m
Col:197m  NY153363  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
766617/05/2015NY 16396 35490  F: Lump of limestone
O: Possibly outcrop - limestone pavement
RHW
Subpoint
1GJ
1043401/10/2015NY 16396 35497  F: Limestone pavement at top end of woodcitygent
Subpoint
2GJ
1174516/01/2016NY 16397 35495  F: obvious grassy edge with short drop
S: obvious summit
David Gradwell
Subpoint
2GJ
1797013/03/2017NY 16396 35487  F: limestone boulder
O: limestone boulder at NY 16392 35493 is as high
S: Abney level
gvjackson
Subpoint
1GJ
1797113/03/2017NY 16392 35493  F: limestone boulder
O: limestone boulder at NY 16396 35487 is as high
S: Abney level
gvjackson
Subpoint
2GJ
1863628/04/2017NY 16168 35570  F: tiny cairn
S: Abney level
jimbloomer
Summit
GJ
1863728/04/2017NY 16393 35492  F: mossy clint
S: Abney level
jimbloomer
Subpoint
2GJ
1868513/03/2017NY 16167 35574  F: no feature
S: Abney level
gvjackson
Summit
GJ
1929901/02/2015NY 16170 35573  F: No feature
O: This was my suggested top recorded on 1/2/2015.
Crib Goch
Summit
GJ
-2516702/01/2015NY 16396 35499  F: no featureCrib Goch
Subpoint
2GJ
615101/02/2015NY 16396 35499  F: no featureCrib Goch
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1GG



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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 60 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
A summit you definitely can't miss!moorsman18/10/2019
An mid morning Jog on a days mopping up exersizeShutterlag05/07/2018
From Blindcrake and after the Wainwright top - in the dark. Small cairn in the grass,jonglew13/12/2017
Clints Crags from GR: NY 15458 35672ronaldo33311/11/2017
A loop extension from the Wainwright summit. The barbed wire fence is easily negotiated. The tiny cairn at the summit is so overgrown that I only realised it was there when I felt the stones under my feet. Grandstand views into the quarry, with its still, flooded craters. Also visited high point of limestone pavement.Nick Down115/10/2017
With Jenx and Bryher from Blindcrake, up the track cum RoW and threaded through cattle to summit, onto the Tump top after for less glorious fun on the slags...nordicstar25/07/2017
With the WO.jenx25/07/2017
Visit to spoil heap summitjimbloomer27/04/2017
Parked by the green in Blindcrake....with NathanielDave23/04/2017
Spoil heap on edge of quarry is clearly higher, and is becoming vegetated. Visited it just in case.mae01/01/2017
From Blindcrake village on Row to Sunderland. Minor detour to this pleasant limestone pavement. Excellent views. Access no problem. Back same way and re-bagged the Wainwright topHillsidenick23/04/2016
With Wainwright summit. Parked on grass verge to north of Blindcrake at NY 15350 35410. Walked SW along road for c300m to public footpath. Wainwright summit now sports tiny cairn. Carried on along PROW to gate then turned left and followed fence up to limestone pavement. Crossed this to highest point which is an obvious grassy edge with short drop.David Gradwell16/01/2016
Did Wainwright walk from Blindcrake - slight detour to this top - moss covered limestone pavement proved tricky. Top is at northern end of small wood.citygent01/10/2015
From E. Nice bit of limestone pavement. Visited the other 2 tops years ago but not the P30.RHW17/05/2015
This higher ground was covered after WO as I remarked in my photo diary.Nick Caunt19/03/2015
A short walk from Blindcrake.Neil Haslewood05/02/2015
by FP from 151,351.WO and Tump. Tump summit is the tiny 250m ring contour which I made NY16396,35499. There is a higher point at 16170,35573 but this presumably is a mature quarry spoil heap which doesn't count?Crib Goch01/02/2015
From Wainwright summit on way to investigate mound next to quarry that looked higher; didn't realise it was loggable at the time.Aye Jimmy16/02/2014
Walked up very watery lane from Blindcrake on sunny,cool day and then via Outlying Fell.With Bridget and Oscar.catman29/12/2013
With Catman and Oscar.rosiebridge29/12/2013
With Bridget and Catman.oscarrosie29/12/2013
With Jo, short walk from Blindcrake: Clints Crags (two Tops). Weather; overcast, mild, moderate visibility.amblerbob28/11/2013
With Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie. We also went to Sunderland Heads (228m).Dangerous Dave16/04/2013
Grand run up from Sunderland. Zig-zagged about high points.Eddie10/04/2013
From Blindcrake.Lionel Bidwell21/03/2013
From lane at road above Blindcake. Followed track - became a wet squelch. Over gate, clint is hill (W) to right, Crags behind, higher?. Earthen mound is quarry spoil and higher by some amount! Access OKnordicstar18/01/2012
With Danu, Sail, Evan & Eire. Sunderland Heads (228m) too.Dangerous Dave30/10/2009
iainwalton01/12/2019
Ben Rinnes03/10/2019
kev6502/06/2019
Debconlin22/02/2019
A W Bryan23/06/2018
andrew brown16/06/2018
hughbagger28/03/2018
ngthack07/09/2017
flockwatcher02/06/2017
stevent080918/05/2017
IainT31/01/2017
Wycombe Wanderer31/08/2016
dickiewren24/08/2016
Jacqdaw23/04/2016
DC11main09/04/2016
trimarc204/04/2016
Jim.Fothergill15/03/2016
TGRS24/10/2015
AdyGray09/10/2015
mcbiydw216/11/2013
Bruckner703/04/2013
Susan Bidwell21/03/2013
Dave Geere18/08/2012