Hill number:2382
Height:807m / 2648ft
Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Col:735m  NY210079  

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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1051423/08/2015NY 20933 08176  F: Rock outcrop just E of large cairn.
O: Finger of rock to N at NY 20927 08213 similar height
Aye Jimmy
-1007110/11/2004NY 20936 08180  F: rock 3m E of cairn
O: finger of rock on N top is at least as high
S: Abney level
-1007210/05/2009NY 20934 08177  F: rock 3m E of cairn
O: finger of rock on N top is at least as high
S: Abney level
-1007324/07/2011NY 20930 08181  F: rock 3m E of cairn
O: finger of rock on N top is at least as high
S: Abney level
-1007422/09/2012NY 20933 08174  F: rock 3m E of cairn
O: finger of rock on N top is at least as high
S: Abney level
-1007522/09/2012NY 20935 08174  F: rock 3m E of cairn
O: finger of rock on N top is at least as high
S: Abney level
-1007628/10/2012NY 20934 08174  F: rock 3m E of cairn
O: finger of rock on N top is at least as high
S: Abney level
Mick Moore
-1007710/11/2004NY 20931 08219  F: finger of rock
O: finger of rock is at least as high as rock by cairn on S top
S: Abney level
-1007822/09/2012NY 20927 08211  F: finger of rock
O: finger of rock is at least as high as rock by cairn on S top
S: Abney level

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 1020 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Birkett 3 Revisit via South West PointDave Geere20/03/2020
Debs & Tali, last outing of the yearMountain Goat31/12/2019
From the NT car park with Jules and Jill on a cold clear day with fantastic winter viewsGrey Hare30/11/2019
Parked at Seathwaite and followed the path up to Styhead Tarn. We took.the corridor route up to the summit and descended the same way. Rocky paths with minor scrambling sections and a bad step of rock at the top of piers gill. Straight forward route to follow. With RichieZoe Little08/11/2019
climbed with zoe.neilblair35321/09/2019
Solo. Wild camp with the campervan on the National Trust Carpark in Wasdale - on a hot day in August together with Scafell Pike, Scafell and Slight Side.jonesj224/08/2019
Solo walk from Seathwaite: Lingmell, Scafell Pike Broad Crag, Ill Crag and Great End. Lovely clear day excellent visability. Scafell Pike crowded, but not a sould on the other peaks. Repeating a Hiking Manchester Walk from 29/06/2019.Lazylizzie13/08/2019
With D,M,Izzy192101/08/2019
Nic & BobNicola & Stuart09/06/2019
7.7 miles, 3941ft Scafell and Scafell Pike walk.stephenbuda13/05/2019
soloTom D05/05/2019
With Peter, straight up from NT carpark the ontot Scafell Pike and Great End, down via Moses TrodInez21/04/2019
A hot day. Corridor route with Damian.Dangerous Dave20/04/2019
With Peter from NT car park straight up, the onto Scafell Pike, Great End and down via Moses TrodInez20/04/2019
Phil, Steph, McCurrie and the houndsMountain Goat19/01/2019
Misty, maybe 3rd or 4th ascent.davechaffey27/12/2018
Seathwaite, Glaramara, SH721, Allen Crags, Rossett Pike, Bowfell, Great End, Lingmell Crag, Seathwaite Fell, Seathwaite.PGCE01/10/2018
On way down after bagging Scafell and Scafell PikePete West30/08/2018
Ascent 5IWC14/08/2018
Climbed as part of Lingmell Dash fellrace from Wasdale Head. 18th, 67min 10 secs there and backJonathanConey28/07/2018
Day's walking with Dave M, Chris & Susan in heatwave; circular route from Wasdale Head, via Piers Gill; then onto Lord's Rake (with West Wall Traverse), to Scafell.barnz4825/06/2018
Ascent of Lingmell from Wasdale Campsite Car Park via Goat Crags. Then on to Scafell Pike. Descent to Mickledore and Broad Strand. Ascent of Scafell from Foxes Rake and Foxes Tarn. On to Slight Side via Long Green. Return to Wasdale via Long Gill, Kettle Cove and Fence Wood.raymooremanx24/06/2018
Wasdale Head NT CP -> Lingmell -> Hollow Stones -< Mickledore -> Foxes Tarn -> Symonds Knott -> Scafell -> Wasldale Head NT CPbriandiggle12/06/2018
With JGCW12/06/2018
Recce for second half of Lakes 10 peaks.Mountainhikes20/05/2018
Lingmell, Middleboot Knotts, Round How, Great End, Ill Crag, Broad Crag, Scafell Pike from Wasdale Lakeside car park.lenman13/05/2018
Straight up and back from Wasdale Head with John in the clag. My final Southern Wainwright and a walk I'm sure I will never repeat.Richard04/04/2018
Up the tourist Scafell Pike route as missed the path to go straight up Lingmell.Cyclistno130/03/2018
Wainwright #42 1/6 on epic days walk starting at wasdale head including lingmell, broad crag, ill crag, blunt top, round how and middleboot knottsThe-Z-Man24/03/2018
with DerekEllie's Hills17/11/2017
Lovely crisp autumn day out with clear views all the way, in the usual company of jamange and Khoomfay climbing Lingmell and Scafell Pike from Wasdale Head.Simply B11/11/2017
From Scafell Pike, descend to Lingmel Coll and then to summit. Descend anti clockwise around Goat Crags and then the Shoulder and return to Wasdale Head Inn. Sky cleared and it got warmer on descent.TBR17/09/2017
With Tom from Wasdale HeadDunks09/09/2017
From Brackenclose straight up. Dropped SW to pick up Scafell path for return. Lingmell Beck in spate so wet socks back to start. Not bad day after a poor weather forecast.Grasmoor09/09/2017
From Wasdale Head Lingmell Fell Scafell Pike Sca Fell Slight Side Long and boggy stepping stone route back to National Trust car parkWifey201630/08/2017
The Scafell group long mell, Scarfell Pike Sca fell and Slightside A long hard day but a great 1st visitTobo196930/08/2017
From Brackenclose over Kirk Fell, Great Gable, Green Gable, Brandreth, Grey Knotts, Brandreth, Base Brown, Glaramara, Allan Crags, Great End, Broad Crag, Lingmell and back to Brackenclose. 4th ascentIWC21/08/2017
Having ascended Scafell Pike with members of my family three of us deviated on the descent to include Lingmell. We went to both tops. The finger of rock on the north top does look as though it might be higher than the south top. We rejoined the standard route back to the National Trust car park just beyond the head of Wast Water.pwbellarby12/08/2017
25km circuit from Seathwaite Fell to Scafell Pike and back via Glaramara ridge to Bessyboot. First time I've ever had a view from Lingmell!MrD09/08/2017
Ran up from the Wasdale Head Inn up to Lingmell via Goat Crags, Sca Fell Pike via Lingmell Col, Sca Fell Pike via Mickledore & Foxes Tarn, Slight Side, Illgill Head via the plane wrecks & Hardrigg Gill, Whin Rigg then dropped down Greathall Gill then back along Wastwater screes.Stu Percival08/08/2017
Parked at car park by National Trust car park, water level high in Lingmell Gill, Hollow Stones, Lord's Rake, Scafell Pike, Lingmell. Low cloud over summits with no views, joined by brother and sister in law.Fell_wanderer07/08/2017
Walk with Will from Wasdale Head up Lingmell Beck and the Corridor route onto Scafell Pike. Descended onto Lingmell and found a nice quiet footpath down the ridge and back to the carPhilip A17/07/2017
And so the day finally dawned....the planned end of our great Wainwrights adventure. But aaagh! the weather forecast had deteriorated overnight so that now fog and rain were forecast from early afternoon. Got ourselves down to Wasdale Head pronto and left in bright sunshine in shorts and t shirts. Romped up Lingmell, still sunny at the top but wind made it cool. Great views all round but no time to hang around. Great End looked quite a long way away and the clouds were gathering to the west.....AlanDStewart01/07/2017
Minor detour from Corridor Route to Scafell Pike. Certainly a much quieter place than the biggy itself and a far better view of the magnificent Great Gable. Sure the fingers of rocks to the NW of the cairn are higher? Maybe just another optical illusion.Hillsidenick09/05/2017
Bob & DukeDukeNukem27/03/2017
Set off at 9am, Walked up from Wasdale Head, to Scafell Pike, only 3 others on top this time in the morning, snow still all over the place but perfect warm and sunny, great views over the snow capped Lakeland Peaks, no haze so views stretched to Snowdonia, Isle of Man, Northern Ireland, Southern Uplands all the way over to what looked like The Cheviot, North Pennines, Dales and Forest of Bowland. Afterwards went on to Lingmell, and down steep Lingmell ridge back down to Wasdale Head, then drove to and bagged Seatallan, 9.3 miles altogether, now only have to bag Slieve Donard then all the UK country summits are done, role on June!DanTrig25/03/2017
Sunny, but cold and windy.Winterfloodian26/01/2017
set off at 5:30. Parked at Wasdale Head Green before making our way past Olafs church. went underneath Great Gable before turning right across the river towards Piers Gill. Followed Piers Gill on the left side, very steep. few scrambles but final push to summit. summit has impressive cairn which now looks slight different after me being there. great 360 degree views and a crystal clear cold but crisp day.Scotty 2 Hotty02/01/2017
11.5 miles with Karen. Seathwaite - Seathwaite Fell - Great End - Ill crag - Scafell Pike - Lindsell- Corridor Route back to Seathwaite.richoakes01/01/2017
From Wasdale Head Inn (NY 18649 08736) - Sty Head - Esk Hause - Ill Crag - Broad Crag - Scafell Pike - Lingmell - Goat Crags.david23020102/12/2016