Name:Mount Barnard
Hill number:16255
Height:154m / 505ft
Section:34D: Southern Cumbria
Col:123m  SD360789  

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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
710313/04/2015SD 36190 78729  F: No feature, ground inside wood between wall and pheasant enclosure.Aye Jimmy
790030/05/2015SD 36189 78725  F: no featureGeorge Gradwell
-2402501/11/2013SD 36190 78730  F: no feature
O: high point in open field 50m NNE at SD 36215 78778 is just lower
S: Abney level
-2402601/11/2013SD 36215 78778  F: no feature
O: ground 50m SSW at SD 36190 78730 is just higher
S: Abney level
277101/11/2013SD 36190 78730  F: no feature
O: high point in open field at SD 36215 78778 is just lower
S: Abney Level (wall in way - from intermediate point)

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 27 users)ByDate of Ascent
Walked from Lindale as a local to home walk during Coronavirus. Over Hampsfell and back over Hampsfell in my attempt to climb that 100 times.nickywood118/04/2020
A lot of logging operations in progress. Best to go on a Sunday when no one is working for the next few months.DC11main26/01/2020
From good parking at 36295 79181, the road end is not so good and potentially obstructs the farm. Cut down direct off Barnard Hill to this parking point too, after using the lanes to gain Ellerside and its companion trig, through the col to gain Barnard via gates. Rebuilt the wall near summit after some poor climber had caused a collapse ;) Summit looked out in the field to menordicstar13/01/2019
After Ellerside. Took a direct line from a junction of tracks (SD 3589 7895). Woodland HP investigated first (had to nip over a stone wall), then checked out a HP contender at SD 36214 78780, overlooking the farm.jonglew02/12/2018
From Ellerside then return to Speel Bank farm.Wycombe Wanderer09/06/2018
1st of 9 tumps on a 33.37km route from Cark station to Ulverston, using road past Holker Hall entrance then minor lane to reservoir, track to conifer plantation then forest track to access summit area recording 154m in amongst the trees at SD 36204 78719 and SD 36195 78724- also hopping over the wall to explore the highest ground in the open field with nice views. Back to highest point inside the woodland next to the pine trees then onwards to Ellerside...Dazingdale30/03/2018
Bagged after Ellerside and How Barrow trig.Dugswell218/05/2017
From NW, parking at start of footpath. Via Ellerside. Then up thru wood then back via RoW to car.RHW03/08/2015
Parked as suggested by jb - a popular spot for local dog-walkers too. Cumbrian Coastal Way N with diversion to Mt Barnard and then beyond.Aye Jimmy13/04/2015
Circular 9 miles walk-Cartmel-Mount Barnard-Ellerside-Stribers Brow-Cartmel.Good views on Ellerside ridge.With Bridget,Oscar and Bonnie.catman08/03/2015
With Catman,Oscar and Bonnie.rosiebridge08/03/2015
With Catman,Bridget and Bonnie.oscarrosie08/03/2015
Up from Cark, easy peasy with tracks going close to the top. Dropped down the steeper NW side to pick up the track going to How Barrow. From Cartmel this hill appears quite prominent, the woods atop making it easily identifiable.Jake99421/12/2014
Excellent parking at SD363775. At SD363783 continue on bridleway for 50m then turn L on vehicle track. This goes to pheasant feeding area adjacent to the summit.jimbloomer01/11/2013
Rambling Ray08/04/2019
Andy West25/10/2018
David Gradwell15/07/2018
Edwin Gradwell15/07/2018
George Gradwell30/05/2015
Dave Geere14/04/2015
Alan Caine04/04/2015