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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
(Ma,Hu,Tu,5,Dew,W,B,Sy,Fel,Cm)
Grid ref:NY 20434 26552
Summit feature:rock 7m S of iron fencepost
Drop:237m
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 1204 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Theianwood45806/08/2020
From Spout Force car park. With Sail & Alfie. W37 Rnd6.Dangerous Dave01/08/2020
Griffin21/07/2020
Spout Force CP > Aitken Plantation > Whinlatter > Whinlatter Top > Tarbarrel Moss > Seat How > Ullister Hill > Barf > Lord's Seat > Broom Fell > Graystones (Birkett) > Graystones > Kirk Fell > Spout Force CP. Just me and H, plenty high clouds but the odd break of sunrise, a bit wet underfoot and quite windy to keep the Temperature down.johnkaysleftleg12/07/2020
Marra130/05/2020
mcbiydw219/04/2020
SteveSmith06/02/2020
Up from the Swan. Past the Bishop, onto Barf, Lords Seat and Broom Fell then return by same route. With B, R and SS. Beautiful day,jenx06/02/2020
Onzy01/02/2020
from Swan Inn via BarfIanHHill22/01/2020
Jessmather9119/01/2020
Cold day, but dry and little wind. More cloud than forecast though which was annoying. Round of Barf, Lords Seat, Whinlatter followed by Sale.Mountainhikes18/01/2020
ALHEJ Wilkins27/12/2019
Tibbs05/12/2019
Rigg18/11/2019
Round from Scawgill Bridge , dropped down to Darling How leaving the rest of the tops for another day.Fellhugger17/11/2019
Smog10/11/2019
With: hb; We followed track from Scawgill Bridge car park to below Lord's Seat and across to Barf then returned over Lord's Seat to Broom Fell and Graystones. We dropped down SE then followed the forest path back to the car.Ian Baines07/11/2019
With: ib; We followed track from Scawgill Bridge car park to below Lord's Seat and across to Barf then returned over Lord's Seat to Broom Fell and Graystones. We dropped down SE then followed the forest path back to the car. Helen Baines07/11/2019
Cora Thorny12/10/2019
with TonyDave Sargent11/10/2019
With Penda, from campsite at Low Lorton. Along road to Scawgill Bridge then Graystones and Broom Fell and on to Barf. Return to Broom Fell then back via Darling How. Dry day but very high winds throughout. Long flog!beorwulf08/10/2019
mart079705/10/2019
mart079704/10/2019
ScaSey30/09/2019
From Broom FellIsbjorn28/09/2019
Marra117/08/2019
Misty/drizzly day but got the occasional view of Bassenthwaite and Derwent Water - combined with Barf from Whinlatter visitors' centre.WendyWozEre14/08/2019
AC1905/08/2019
Windsor Wool01/08/2019
TheWanderer2710/07/2019
HillBaggerIan10/07/2019
RICHE30/06/2019
windybilly30/06/2019
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
snoot22/06/2019
Lakes Camping Trip (Post Peaks, Pre Scotland)Mbassett27/05/2019
climbingkershaw15/05/2019
dersu04/05/2019
Jrobholland25/04/2019
Started climb from powter how..billames24/04/2019
With Peter on round of Whinlatter, Barf, Lords Seat, Broom Fell and GreystonesInez22/04/2019
nigheandonn14/04/2019
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
dstansby21/03/2019
Clairey15/03/2019
Col Fleming15/03/2019
SammieDog 25/02/2019