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Name:Lingmoor Fell [Lingmoor Fell - Brown How]
Hill number:2485
Height:470m / 1542ft
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Southern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Leven (Ulverston)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (400-499m), Wainwright, Birkett,
Synge, Fellranger, Clem
Grid ref:NY 30273 04604
Summit feature:rock 2m N of cairn
Col:222m  NY 2890 0510  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 90
(1:25k) OL6N OL7N
Survey:obvious summit
Comments:col LIDAR 222.0
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Parked at the old Dungeon Ghyll and headed through the Campsite and the path leading up to Side Pike. We headed for the summit then went around the path to fat mans agony and the path leading to Lingmoor summit. Rocky minor scrambling sections aling this route but nothing technical. We descended down and walked around Blea Tarn and back to the pub. With Richie and MBZoe Little02/11/2019
With Andy. Just managed to beat the weather.JohnStoneham10/10/2019
With K from NT car park to W which cost £5. There is path up from just S of car park. Lots of beautiful sedges.Ashley29/09/2019
Start: Elterwater Finish: Dungeon GhyllTraverse28/09/2019
me and StePaul Beard14/09/2019
With NB from ODG, scrambled up SW face Side Pike then on to Lingmoor Fell and return valley path. High humidity and showery.Frank30/07/2019
Side Pike, Lingmoor. In Humid thundery conditions with FR from ODGBheinn30/07/2019
Bagged again for second round of Wainwrights. A short day walk with Dave and Tony. Parked ODG, Wall End, Side Pike, Brown How, then down to quarries above Chapel Stile (7 miles, 1673ft ascent). Mainly dry and clear but a few heavy showers.Skip16/06/2019
Second round of Wainwrights with Dave and Tony. Parked ODG, Wall End, Side Pike, Lingmoor Fell (Brown How), Chapel Stile, valley path. Intermittent heavy showers.Skip216/06/2019
Father's day walk with the full family. Walked up from Blea Tarn, weather held but windy on the top. Dinner afterwards in the NT pub in LangdaleMrChris198016/06/2019
Solo on not a bad afternoon. Took a break from work on the way back from Workington to ascend this fell.jonesj215/06/2019
From Blea Tarn car park - Lingmoor Fell, Oakhow Crag, then Side Pike, followed by a cold pint in the ODG, which looks as though it has not changed since we were last there in the mid-80s. Fab!summitter25/04/2019
From Blea Tarn car park.NormanW14/04/2019
Up and down from Little Langdale.welshyboyo13/04/2019
on toddwhiteuss13/04/2019
With CPgarth8706/04/2019
Wet 'n' wild weatherCora Thorny08/03/2019
With Duey, Bassy and Manuelrobba_wag24/02/2019
With many friends from CUHWC, from YHA High Close.Mark Jackson17/02/2019
Traverse from Elterwater - Old Dungeon Ghyll and back along Langdale. Great fell with lovely views.twg2717/02/2019
WBMC coach tripsimonshrewsbury10/02/2019
From Old Dungeon Ghyll Hotel car park. Short round of hills: Side Pike -> Oakhowe Crag -> Lingmoor Fell -> Kettle Crag.jonglew01/02/2019
From ElterwaterHillBaggerIan27/01/2019
From Blea Tarn car park along road and up track. Sadly no views from such a well positioned hill - however only Swinside left now!SS06/01/2019
Started from NT CP opp Blea Tarn, circled the fell anti-clockwise and ascended to the SE Top, then onto Busk Pike before reaching the main top. Next plan was for Side Pike but discovered before doing this route I need to diet first. Having already come this way before in 2005 and had no problem, I think I need to sort myself out lolWayne Mac29/12/2018
From Side Pike and Oakhowe Crag. Good views. 3rd visit.PeterD27/12/2018
Christmas hike dressed as Santa from Langdalesjmistry8608/12/2018
With Elvis and Bertiemarklimb197530/11/2018
Walk from Elterwater through Sawrey’s Wood and ascent to Banks Quarry. Ascent of Lingmoor Fell via Lingmoor Quarry (Brown How). Descent to Dale End to Little Langdale. Along road and down to river, cross at Ford and into Moss Rigg Wood. Follow Bridleway to Strang End, High Park and Tongue Intake Plantation. Ascent of Hollin Bank and Arnside Plantation to Black Crag. Descent to Pullscar Plantation and descent to valley Skelwith Bridge. Road up to Loughrigg Tar, and head east to Tarn Foot, ascent via Ivy Crag and Black Mire to Loughrigg Fell. Descent via Ewe Crag and follow road to High Close, descent to Elterwater via Walthwaite Bottom.raymooremanx25/11/2018
From Side Pike via Squeeze Rock KeithByTheC24/11/2018
We continued walking along the ridge from Side Pike to the top of Lingmoor Fell in the strong belief that there must be a path back to the NT car park to complete a nice circular walk (there is!)Bernard28/10/2018
Parked up at Elterwater, gentle stroll up. Weather not too good, lot of low cloud.GaryG25/10/2018
Started at Elterwater. Up via eastern edge and Banks Quarry, along ridge to top and down past Side Pike to ODG. Nice meal at New Dungeon Ghyll pub! Mostly clear day with some showers.Nick06/10/2018
Straight up from Blea Tarn CP. Not recommended. Instead walk short distance towards Bleatarn House, track up starts just before it. Windy, mild but good views.iangalbraith27/09/2018
Gerry Charnley Round recce. 9th ascentIWC05/09/2018
Lingmoor Fell & Blea Tarnsms.3728/08/2018
Blea Tarn car park - Lingmoor Fell - Oakhowe Crag - Side Pike - Blea Tarn.Mark Jackson15/08/2018
With Foot Loose and Wendy and Kev from Elterwater on the way to Eskdale YHGrey Hare15/08/2018
Solo ascent from Blea Tarn with return via ridge to Side Pike (did not ascend Side Pike) and footpath through woods to west of Blea Tarn. 3.11 miles with 322m of ascent in 1hr:57 mins with 1hr:37min moving time.pwhitaker_196614/07/2018
ODG > Side Pike > Lingmoor Fell > Blake Rigg > Long Crag > Pike o'Blisco > Cold Pike > Cold Pike West Top > Cold Pike Far West Top > Little Stand > Stonesty Pike > Great Knott > ODG. Fine day with breaks of sunshine, nice breeze, just me and Hjohnkaysleftleg23/06/2018
Ascended from Baysbrown farmbillames06/06/2018
Up from Old Dungeon Ghyll on back on a rest day. Lovely day with great views of Langdale and the Coniston fells.re142121/05/2018
ODG to Blea Tarn house then walked up from there. Nice fence.electricratman19/05/2018
My first :)Elizabeth17/02/2018
(Walkers with) Torun Mcmoran, Kev Mountcastle & Briony Farr. (Parking/start point) Elterwater - Little Langdale - Slaters Bridge - Cathedral Cave - Castle Howe - Blea Tarn - Lingmoor Fell - Elterwater.redbob05/11/2017
Parked at New Dungeon Ghyll walked past Side House up onto Side Pike then onto Lingmoor Fell dropped back down past Bleatarn House.Stu Percival03/11/2017
Wet and windy day out with Manchester Hiking. Nipped down to a lower path and visited the quarry after nearly being blown away on the summit.Lazylizzie22/10/2017
Lingmoor Fell and Side Pike from Blea Tarn. Lovely walk especially squeezing between the rocks at the bottom of Side Pike cliffs.clivevilla22/09/2017