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Name:Lord's Seat
Hill number:2345
Height:552m / 1811ft
RHB Section:34A: Lake District - Northern Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - North Western Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Derwent (Workington)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Dodd (500-599m), Dewey, Wainwright,
Birkett, Synge, Fellranger, Clem
Grid ref:NY 20434 26552
Summit feature:rock 7m S of iron fencepost
Col:315m  NY206244  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89 90
(1:25k) OL4S
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 1123 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Misty/drizzly day but got the occasional view of Bassenthwaite and Derwent Water - combined with Barf from Whinlatter visitors' centre.WendyWozEre14/08/2019
Camped on Broom Fell for Summer Solstice night, then following day went on to do Lords Seat,Barf, Whinlatter Top, Brown How. With Nickmazz22/06/2019
Started climb from powter how..billames24/04/2019
With Peter on round of Whinlatter, Barf, Lords Seat, Broom Fell and GreystonesInez22/04/2019
Ben Rinnes01/04/2019
From Powter How with DW on a whhite cloud day with a biting 20mph Westerly. A round of Barf (didn't like Slape Crag). Lord's Seat, Broom Fell (The Half shelter thankfully took 90% of the wind) and Ullister Hill. Descending eventually to the car after some minor forest disorientation til I could see LS and Barf in the same view. Never been to Whinlatter, but got a bit close today LOL!nukeboy126/03/2019
With K from free parking to west of Whinlatter visitor center. Spectacular views of surrounding hills. Often the best hills are those that are next to the prettiest.Ashley25/03/2019
Col Fleming15/03/2019
SammieDog 25/02/2019
With Trish, Joanna and Elly. Freakishly nice day for February. Seat How, Barf, Lords Seat.DAB8122/02/2019
Chris Hine11/02/2019
With Sue from Swan CP, Beckstones Gill, Barf, Lords Seat, Tarbarrel Moss. Return Thornthwaite Comb Beck. Very Windy Day.Frank08/02/2019
With Keith as part of 5 summit run.christine9920/01/2019
With ChristineKeith9920/01/2019
Walked from the Spout Force car park and back with Joanna and Trish. Nice walk. It's a shame that there were no views at the summit though. It was like pea soup. Managed to get back before it got dark and started raining. NOTE - Forgot my Garmin. Doh.DAB8106/01/2019
From Broom fell Lords seat was just a short walk away. Luckily the ground was frozen or I suspect this would have been a very boggy unpleasant section. As it was it was very easy and nice to take the views in. Looking north towards Binsey and sale fell towards the Solway Firth in Scotland. Skiddaw dominating the view east with our next target in site Barf. Nice rocky summit with a metal pole on the summit surrounded by mini Christmas trees.Scotty 2 Hotty02/01/2019
From Scawgill Bridge after Graystones and Broom Fell. With LP and RO>wombourne01/01/2019
dave g01/01/2019
Headed onto lords seat from broom fell. easy path to follow. with RichieZoe Little16/12/2018
From Byerstead via Kirk Fell, Graystones, then across to Ling Fell and Sale Fell with weather deteriorating all the way.MichaelF08/12/2018
Went up as part of Copeland Chase Orienteering Event.christine9918/11/2018
From the small car park at Pouter How: Wainwright rout via Bishop to Barf,Lord's Seat, Broom Fell, Graystones, Whinlatter (Brown How) and Whinlatter Top, back through the forest trails. Walked with Hiking Manchester on a clear mild day.Lazylizzie10/11/2018
ALHEJ Wilkins10/11/2018
Helen w29/10/2018
Post Whinlatter parkrun (which was AMAZING) full day in the fells with Trimarc2. Remarkable weather. Winlatter Top, Whilatter(Brown How) *, Tarbarrel Moss, Ullister Hill, Lordís Seat*, Barf*, Broom Fell*, Widow Hause, Greystones*, Kirk Fell, Greystones (Birkett)Fionalevey27/10/2018
Nice weather for a couple of days so went to do the tops at the North side of Whinlatter. Donald from next door and super pooch Marley joined me. Up through the forest, took in Ullister Hill Birkett, then the Wainwrights Barf, Lords Seat and Broom Fell, popped up the rather uninteresting Tarbarell Moss Birkett on the way down. Road from Braithwaite closed so had to get in via Lorton. 3 more Ws done.Mark T19/10/2018
With J (twice)GCW02/10/2018
From Powter How car park. The direct steep path I took over Slape Crag to Barf is not recommended.squeegs30/09/2018
With Graystones and Broom Felllenman02/09/2018
From Whinlatter visitor centredaveapotter21/08/2018
From Mam NickTyldesley Paul17/06/2018
andrew brown17/06/2018