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Name:Keltonfell Top
Hill number:16120
Height:296m / 971ft
Parent (Ma):2462  Blake Fell
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Western Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Derwent (Workington), Catchment Boundaries, Calder & Ehen
Watershed:St Bees Head to Ravenscar
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:NY 08029 18361
Summit feature:a few stones
Drop:45m
Col:251m  NY085181  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89
(1:25k) OL4S 303
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 25 users)ByDate of Ascent
Fine viewpoint, particularly over to Gables, Pillar, Steeple etc.Jon F26/02/2019
Kelton, Godworth, Banna Fell, Banna Fell East Top, Floutern, Gavel then High Nook on Gavel, High Pen, Low Pen, Knock Merton and Kelton Fell Top. 9 mile circuit with main objective to get Knock Merton to complete our Fellrangers in 2018 - just 3pm on last day.nickywood131/12/2018
Straightforward approach from south in Scotch mist.Wycombe Wanderer01/09/2018
Sought permission from man in car parked on track leading to mines to SEIsbjorn19/08/2018
Keltonfell Top from GR: NY 0837 1805ronaldo33327/04/2018
Roadside parking at NY 0837 1805. Field gate and a quick nip up over sheep country.jonglew17/03/2018
1st of 6 todaypeebs01/12/2016
Waited all morning in Ullock cottage for heavy rain to move on as forecast then set off in thick gloom with L from car at road junction to SE for 7km round walk linking this top and Howside Hill. Got saturated feet in wet grass here in my blotting paper fabric boots whereas L's 20p from a jumble sale goretex boots did a better job. Stuck to lanes for rest of walk as gloom lifted and Ennerdale appeared. The former iron ore mines of 1890s around this hill produced 46000 tons a yr until the veins rapidly became exhausted. They were served by the disused Rowrah & Kelton Fell mineral railway which cuts prominently across S slope of this hill. Details of the mines and a sombre list of accidents and fatalities is on doirohttp://www.dmm.org.uk/colliery/k907.htm. Makes you appreciate our modern health and safety regs.Chris Pearson22/08/2016
From minor road to SE, easy walk to topCrib Goch04/06/2016
Parked on land by bench, up past water holding tank, over fence then wall to top. Great views Ennerdalenordicstar10/04/2016
With Eire.Dangerous Dave05/09/2015
RHW's route from layby near seat in lane to south. Walked past covered reservoir, one fence to step over on way to top. There's a third standing stone, some distance further to E and lower down.Aye Jimmy27/06/2015
From S, past a covered resr. 2 standing stones E and SE of summit.RHW17/05/2015
mae30/01/2017
Rambling Ray17/12/2016
jimbloomer12/10/2016
GaryJones06/10/2016
Lesley Atchison22/08/2016
Colin Crawford06/09/2015
mcbiydw207/04/2015
Dave Geere14/12/2014
dickiewren20/11/2014
PeteN13/08/2013
stevent080919/06/2013
DC11main29/03/2013