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Name:Easington Fell
Hill number:2822
Height:396m / 1299ft
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Lancashire (CoU)
Hill area:Forest of Bowland
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (300-399m), Clem
Grid ref:SD 73028 48686
Summit feature:cairn
Col:202m  SD744501  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 103
(1:25k) OL41E
Observations:summit is 70cm higher than summit of Waddington Fell at SD 71500 47505
Survey:Leica NA730
Survey of Easington and Waddington Fells (Final).doc
Comments:Hill 16552 is 0.7m lower
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 313 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
easy one from carpark to the west.gettingonabit07/06/2020
Great walk up from West Bradford along the Moor Road. From here headed to the trig on Waddington Fell (Newton Fell)Wayne Mac06/06/2020
From Beacon Hill and up the footpath of Shivering Ginnel. Great views from the summit and back to Grindleton. With JT.Sprog31/05/2020
As others, with my daughter and the dog, from car park by cattle grid, south 30m to footpath to corner of wood, north by side of the wood then diagonal to cairn, back east along side of wall, picked up foot path to 100m north of car park.Walkingthedog21/03/2020
Parked just before bend NNW of cattle grid. Broad path / track to summit.CJM12/03/2020
Easington Fell > Waddington Fell from GR: SD 71880 48041ronaldo33301/01/2020
Easington Fell > Waddington Fell from GR: SD 71880 48041Hippster01/01/2020
From lay-by by cattle grid, path by wall was helpful as cloud was down, wet underfoot. Faint path led off to summit cairn.PeterD27/12/2019
Parked by the cattle grid on Tittrington Brow. Followed paths and then followed edge of the wood to Easington Fell. Continued to follow the edge of woods until picking up paths and Shivering Ginnel track to Beacon Hill. Returned via tracks to the south of the woods.Dave17/08/2019
Quick from the road layby. Good views.Play2End18/07/2019
Before the long drive home a wander out to this top from the parking area by the quarry. Easy to follow the wall almost all the way to the top area, marked by a small cairn.JOHNS24/06/2019
With Val. From parking area near quarry. Followed track then path alongside wall and on to the the summit cairn. Shower of rain and hail just after starting.mike.hoult10/05/2019
1 of 2: From B6478 at the cattle grid near the quarry.With karen and Lauren.ChrisR11/04/2019
Parked in bend before quarry, then tracks.iangalbraith20/10/2018
From the quarry carparktomd410/08/2018
Walked up from Slaidburn via Easington, returned on path to Quarry to visit Waddington FellButeobuteo08/07/2018
From lay by on high point of B6478. Reasonable views to Bowland on a dull day. Very wet underfoot. Solo.JohnIvor17/04/2018
With SteveGinaSmith19/01/2018
Gritstone cairn on boggy, tussocky grass . Short walk from small free carpark north of Waddington. Lovely sunny day, although cold wind. Continued to Beacon Fell.Denise 06/01/2018
With waddington fell and beacon hillLongwojo03/12/2017
Parked at cattle grid to WSW. Good track most of the way. Unexpected cairn marks the top.jonglew03/11/2017
Easy from quarry car park at top of road to west via left hand side of wall and down by track to road corner.Mark Sims01/11/2017
back down from waddington fell past my car and followed wall to the summit difficult walking conditions extremely boggy solocolinfielding10/09/2017
From top of Moor Lane, West Bradford, cloudy, cool & windy on way up, glorious on the way down.ianandbarbara24/07/2017
From the cattle gridNeilb21/05/2017
From B6478 road, mizzle.steve_a12/05/2017
From Quarry car park to the west of Summit. Easy walk along the path next to wall.N.Morters13/03/2017
7/7 Last of Seven (High Hill/Warrendale Knotts/Grizedales/Kirkby Fell/Rye Loaf Hill/Bowland Knotts/Easington Fell)Fergalh04/03/2017
From roadside, very windy. Me Sue Bec Si the boysTonyandsue13/02/2017
Waddington & Easington Fells. Solo. Car Park by cattle grid, opposite quarry.ADT09/02/2017
Solo - Met a guy called Andy on top.Aimless Rambler05/02/2017
Quick out and back from cattle grid.rhalstead27/12/2016
Smalldon Lane(P)- Reservoir - Beacon Hill (Trig) - Shivering Ginnel (track) - Summit via forestry - returned similar way but ended via Pinewood - Higher Asker Hill & Scriddles Farm - then back along lane.briandavies25/09/2016
On my own from B6478 on a fine day. Very easy.Phreerunner21/09/2016
Solo. Easy stroll from parking spot.Dangerous Dave17/09/2016
From Slaidburn, an easy walk up via Skelshaw and Fell Side up to the wall, which provided a very nice navigational aid in the thick fog. Down via Brown Hill end and Padiham barn to the Hodder on little used footpaths (to put it politely).Gill25/08/2016
Walked up track opposite quarry entrance on B6478 then paths to wood. walked around wood edge to trig. Wet but not boggy underfoot.mart079728/03/2016
Early morning stroll with K.Ashley27/03/2016
with Katherine Hill. We may have done it previously during an orienteering event.IanHHill13/03/2016
After Waddington Fell, climbed up from same car park.bevandy11411/02/2016
From cattle grid out along track and back.SS13/12/2015
From South. The road becomes a forestry track but theres no gates for some way so drove up as far as i could. A simple walk along he forest edge before picking up paths through the heather. Lovely summit seat for one in the cairn. The view towards Ingleborough is splendid. Shame about the trees blocking off the Pendle direction.stig_nest25/10/2015
Car parking by the cattle grid, alt 1141 ft. A very easy walk to the summit, 1.77 miles return, under an hour.moorsman23/10/2015
Cairn. Second ascent.PeteF19/04/2015
With Jo, from WF Quarry cp: took clivevilla’s advice and followed track to Easington Fell, then prows from ladder stile to Beacon Hill. Returning same way to Tagglesmire and across moor by fp to quarry and onto Waddington Fell (thought ground east side of wall looked higher so crossed wall just in case) before returning alongside fence to car. Weather, cloudy, sunny intervals, windy, mild, good visibility.amblerbob14/04/2015
Parked near quarry and short walk across boggy fell over wall via ladder skirt the top corner of the forest and 100 yds to summitBertha484807/02/2015
Beacon Hill, Easington Fell, Worsaw Hillkeithouk21/12/2014
Out-and-back from parking area by cattle grid, just N of quarry on B6478. Route and write-up at:
From the quarry car park at the top of the pass. I walked up along the wall which was ok although a little boggy and back along the track which is less boggy but slightly lonfer.clivevilla03/12/2014