N.B. Some hill summits are on private property or on land where there is no public right of way. Permission should be sought from the landowner where access to a hill summit is through private land.
Please report via the contact page any logs you see below which describe or encourage acts of trespass, and mention the hill number and hill name.
|Logged Descriptions (logged by 28 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Sunshine walking along a dusty track that looks like it would normally be a quagmire.||Wycombe Wanderer||21/04/2019|
|As Jonglew. Track was indeed very muddy - ankle deep and not all avoidable today.||clivevilla||07/11/2018|
|1st of 9 peripheral Cumbrian tumps on a wet day. Parking roadside in Great Orton and taking the track due W - it has 2 large and potentialy deep puddles but both can be circumnavigated with ease, so no worries about getting wet feet, and today was a particularly wet day. Access to the trig pillar is from the W side of the hedgerow, so best to stay on the track to a field gate at NY 3210 5394. HP at trig pillar on a raised field bdy.||jonglew||14/12/2017|
|Dry boots as ground frozen solid today! Solo.||Dangerous Dave||11/12/2017|
|Repeat visit after trip to nature reserve on old airfield nearby||nordicstar||28/01/2017|
|Probably the muddiest approach ever!||Alan Caine||14/01/2017|
|Track still very wet. Wore wellingtons as recommended.||Lionel Bidwell||15/04/2016|
|Forewarned, wore wellies!
Blackened trig hides in plain view.||peebs||14/09/2015|
|Parked in Great Orton near school at NY 32854 53785. Took diabolical track which was like a canal in places! Used gate at NY 32214 53960 to access field with trig pillar.||David Gradwell||23/08/2015|
|Parked by telephone box in Great Orton to E. Lane still very squalid even in August, was in boots but wellies better. TP in hedge but area near gate to W looked as high. Think I met vegibagger on way back?||Aye Jimmy||08/08/2015|
|surprisingly muddy track not at all suitable for my trainers and shorts. got to party full of water and unable without wet feet two field before the trig. went into field in up to crest and managed to get through there into next field and down to the gate to bypass the mega puddle and then into the next wheat field. sorted!! swirling windmills with sound of chopping air 300 m further to the west.||vegibagger||08/08/2015|
|Forgettable other than views to High Pike||Mark Sims||27/04/2015|
|Parked in village nr school. Walked to farm then the muddiest, wettest track ever (a welly job) to junction nr mast. Take gate just previous and through centre of field to top. Trig is in fence line to right.||nordicstar||11/12/2014|