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Hill number:2328
Height:710m / 2329ft
RHB Section:34A: Lake District - Northern Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Northern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Derwent (Workington), Catchment Boundaries, Eden (Carlisle)
Watershed:Solway Firth
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Hewitt, Nuttall,
Wainwright, Birkett, Synge, Fellranger, Buxton & Lewis,
Bridge, Clem
Grid ref:NY 29617 32984
Summit feature:cairn
Col:468m  NY279303  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89 90
(1:25k) OL4N
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Ridge walk from Great Sca Fell. Ridge walk back to Great Sca Fell before walking to Meal Fell. Cloud covering higher fells but no cloud on fells walked today. No rain and very very mild.jking25/09/2019
Ridge walk from Great Sca Fell. Ridge walk back to Great Sca Fell before walking to Meal Fell. Cloud covering higher fells but no cloud on fells walked today. No rain and very very mild.markm25/09/2019
Problem Child13/08/2019
fell side raceDave Sargent25/07/2019
With Janet.GordyH16/06/2019
Start of Day 1 on the Lakes Divide Hike with G and Fish. Low cloud, moderate visibility, fresh, light wind, drizzly. A great June day!MrHallorann14/06/2019
From near end of road at Mosedale, near Carrock Mine NY 332 326. Then onto Miller Moss (Little Lingy Hill), Great Lingy Hill, Hare Stones & High Pike. Returned via the Cumbria Way & Carrock MineWestdenewalker10/06/2019
Fine weather, 25th Anniversary trip, walked up from Hartsop via Hayeswaterjeffpl20/05/2019
8/14 Carrock Fell, Round Knott, Miton Hill, Drygill Head, Great Lingy Hill, Little Lingy Hill, Knott, Pike, Coomb Height, Bowscale Fell, The Tongue, Tarn Crag Top (Bowscale East Top), Bowscale Fell Far East Top. A good round, 7 hours.nickywood119/05/2019
From Hartsop with Jamie. Took around 2h 30. Great conditions.Cicatrice14/05/2019
Parked near overwaterWMW3122/04/2019
Parking to the north at Fell Side Farm then up the track. Took obvious ridge up Yard Street then over snowy Moor to summitN.Morters04/04/2019
From Longlands over Meal Fell, Great Sca Fell then return over Longlands Fell.NormanW27/02/2019
With K and RM in round with Great Calva. Visited bothy at Lingy Hill.Ashley24/02/2019
Mosedale bridge was very busy, mainly due to the fact that the mine rescue team were on exercise (never even knew that was a thing) so parking was a bit tight. Up the stream to the Lingy Bothy and straight on through the mist and cloud to Miller Moss and across to Knott. Still no views so decided to come back down by the Easternroute to Coomb Height and ack to the bothy for lunch and then down the beck.tsharp13/01/2019
With Manchester Hiking. From Overwater carpark: Little Cockup, Great Cockup, Meal Fell, Great Sca Fell, Knott, Little Sca Fell, Brae Fell, Lowthwaite Fell and Longlands Fell. Mostly mild January day, but bitter winds on the tops. Great coffee and cake in Mae's coffee afterwards.Lazylizzie05/01/2019
Sammy T01/01/2019
Fell run from Peter House Farm Great Cockup - Meal Fell - Brae Fell - Great Sca Fell - Knott - Great Calva - Bakestall with Ben, James, Rosie and RoyJonathanConey31/12/2018
With Keith as part of Choc Ochristine9927/12/2018
From Mosedale Bridge as part of round with Carrock Fell, Hare Stones, Miller Moss, Great Lingy Hill and Knott. Saw black grouse on the way!MichaelF09/12/2018
Headed over from Great Sca fell. Easy paths to follow. With Richie Faye and Mr Diego.Zoe Little24/11/2018
Parked up at Longlands. Walk up Longlands Fell, on up to Great Sca Fell, up to Knott, back to Brae Fell then back down to the car. Bit of a chilly breeze blowing but clear and sunny with not a cloud in the sky. Good day out.GaryG18/11/2018
Jim Baz10/11/2018
Caldbeck Fells x6Nicky11/10/2018
from trusmadorbengrant6630/09/2018