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Name:Lambrigg Fell (old GR)
Hill number:2666
Height:338m / 1109ft
Parent (Ma):2665  Lambrigg Fell
RHB Section:34D: Southern Cumbria
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Far Eastern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Class:Clem, Other lists
Grid ref:SD 58572 94387
Summit feature:knoll
Col:327m  SD586943  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 97
(1:25k) OL7N
Observations:0.5-1m lower than summit at SD 58682 94184
Survey:Leica Runner 20
Comments:on Clem list, Marilyn relocated to hill 2665
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 130 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Visited for old time sake after visiting the new top.Father Ted15/04/2019
With LunaBigNick05/11/2018
After the new GR.NormanW06/06/2018
After main toptrimarc226/04/2018
After the new GR. Stone wall to negotiate. With Steve Smith.jonglew30/01/2018
SR, in rain from quarry laneFrank13/10/2017
This looks higher but isn't.Play2End15/06/2017
From south, parked in quarry road, just beyond entrance. Windy, overcast, dry, warm and good views, both tops, in fact all the nearby bumps - in case.iangalbraith12/06/2017
See entry for Lambrigg Fell.MorecambeMonkey04/03/2017
Parked just past quarry gates then up through the wind farm - the northern-most turbine even has a name-plate, 'Henry'! Then up by the wall and over by wall corner to new top. Crossed another wall by the tiny tarn to access this top, then back down the bridleway. Couldn't find a parking spot to access from the north.milimana08/10/2016
From quarry to the south.ijpowell07/10/2016
From quarry entrance - both topsCrib Goch27/08/2016
With Jo, from A684 lay-by: Lambrigg Fell (both tops), then onto Summerhouse Hill. Weather; generally sunny, mild, good visibility.amblerbob29/12/2015
With: hb; Followed the bridle track from A684 to the S then cut up the ridge first to the old GR then the summit. Cloudy with limited visibility.Ian Baines08/11/2014
With: ib; Helen Baines08/11/2014
Up from road opposite Quarry.Eventually found this top then realized wall problems with next top.Grand sunny day.With Oscar.catman06/06/2014
With Catman.oscarrosie06/06/2014
From Quarry road, Followed bridleway and open hill to top, also visited old GR just in case. Back via windfarm track.rhalstead21/04/2014
The exit road off the Kendal road is a public road. Drive beyond the quarry access and there is plenty of safe parking off the lorry route.moorsman05/03/2014
A684 Quarry Road -> Lambrigg -> Lambrigg old top -> A684 Quarry Roadbriandiggle27/12/2013
Parked at SD58089554 and ascended via the bridleway, then descended west to Haygarth. Unfortunately hadn't researched beforehand so didn't bag the Marilyn summit.davidpettit8414/12/2013
In snow with Neil and Bev - brilliant.simon and co24/01/2013
In thick mist while family went shopping in Kendal. Quite enjoyed it.Jake99424/07/2012
Solo. I visited all the high points, as usual for an obsessive peak bagger!Dangerous Dave11/03/2011
From road at GR582955 - w Jenx run down minor road to GR570944, then up bridleway b4 contour to summits. All 3 tops covered as similar height. Down track (which could use as way in) to carnordicstar23/05/2010
From new GR topmick08/04/2009
Did both tops and thought there was a 3rd of almost equal height!signyred17/02/2008
SOTA activationIan G7KXV31/05/2006
From parking spot on A684 due South. Evening Marilyn bagging, over one summit to the next.Aye Jimmy16/05/2006
Hadn't realised that the top had moved...agentmancuso07/07/2005
From road, past wind turbines. On way north to do KIMM with M.PeterD24/10/2003
A repeat visit on the day when I reached the East Top which has been confirmed as the Marilyn.David Purchase03/04/2003
Knew beforehand that this summit had some 'previous' so I made sure to visit every potential high spot. yorkie02/03/2003
Parked at the 178m spot height next to the main railway line. Used the roads to reach a right of way just before a phone box. Once onto the open hill side the top was soon reached.garyhoney29/06/2002
SB driving, snow on roads.Dugswell204/02/2001
See 2665arranc06/02/2000
Visited, along with the SW top which is not in the database, at a time when I thought this was the Marilyn summit.David Purchase28/07/1997
Estimated dateIainT28/03/1997
Short diversion from motorway to bag the then Marilyn , on way home after a BG recee run from Dunmail - Threlkeld -working on the best line and schedule.Chris Pearson14/06/1992
Run from Home over Benson Knott and on to New Hutton. Becomes a regular run when weather rubbish.Eddie10/10/1983
cumbria mammoth30/10/2019
Ben Rinnes24/05/2018