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Name:Knott Hill
Hill number:16132
Height:281m / 922ft
Parent (Ma):2646  Black Combe
RHB Section:34D: Southern Cumbria
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Southern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Duddon
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:SD 17454 87290
Summit feature:outcrop by trig point
Drop:75m
Col:206m  SD171878  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 96
(1:25k) OL6S
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 44 users)ByDate of Ascent
Access Land with no legitimate access. After an aborted attempt from RoW on W side, across contiguous access land, but defended by fence-topped walls. Instead, parked 100m S of track start at SD181872. NW up RoW for 300m to sheep fank then immediately L though 2m wide gate. Up pasture, slightly R to 1st break in collapsed wall, SD1769287476. Access Land is via HURDLE immediately on L, NOT via 1m gate directly ahead (if you use the gate, you'll need to climb a wall).Isbjorn05/10/2019
Interesting Hill I was chatting to a local who informed that there is a small neolithic stone axe quarry on the Sunkenkirk side of the hill and that Cromwell positioned canons on top of the hill during the siege of Millom.DC11main15/06/2019
Parked to ESE on west side of road at SD 18119 87207. Walked north up road then followed track/bridleway to gate at SD 17825 87572. Through gate and slanted up hillside to second gate at SD 17648 87529 onto access land. Steepish climb up to summit partly following grassy track.David Gradwell10/06/2019
On Rick Salter's final Cumbrian hill completion party. Whisky and chocs provided - an excellent day AND we avoided the raincitygent02/03/2019
Pleasant day to join Rick Salter and 10 others to celebrate Rick's last Lakeland top. I parked at 1811/8722 and first gate up track at 1782/8756 lead up to easy gate at 1766/8753 to arrive 30 mins before Rick's party arrived from Raven Crag.GordonAdshead02/03/2019
From SD 1801 8645; Raven Crag first then across to here on near enough direct line. On Rick Salter's final Cumbrian hill completion party.jonglew02/03/2019
Final Synge on Raven Crag, with Knott Hill Tump being last of Cumbria All Hills Listsnordicstar02/03/2019
The mist cleared and gave us a fine view. Cake and drinks consumed by all. With Bryher.jenx02/03/2019
With Rick's Cumbrian hill completion party.Dave Geere02/03/2019
On Rick's completion partyColin Crawford02/03/2019
I've noticed today that this fell steals the view from the South. Parked at bridge to NE, then bridleway and route 1. Quiet skies today: bliss.Wycombe Wanderer16/02/2019
With Vic. After Raven Crag. On way to YMC Coppermines hut at Coniston.ngthack19/01/2018
Knott Hill from GR: SD 18129 87200ronaldo33319/11/2017
1st hill of 5 today on a route from Green road station to Silecroft station with my daughter, Katherine. Route: Minor lane past Strands then Arnaby, NE on fp past Roanlands to minor lane past Elf hall & Cragg House, turning Nw on delightful fp, over stepping stones to Gornal Ground. Over A595, on track, crossing Black Beck on larger stepping stones, onto minor lane N towards Cragg Hall then track to Swinside stone circle. As Katherine didnt fancy climbing this one i said meet me at the Stone circle. I branched off to climb to Trig, descent over one tricky wall then through marshy ground to reach marshy fp back to track, rushing over to farmer's son who helped me find Katherine who had walked straight on and was in some fields. How she failed to spot the Stone circle will remain a mystery. Next hill: Raven Crag.Dazingdale01/04/2017
From Raven Crag on a straight line avoiding farm. Marshy in the bottom. Departed similarly on a line to the lane at Broadgate.Eddie04/03/2017
Whicham Valley Five (four) Trigs - PupLittledave08/12/2015
From E, parking space by gate. Through gate then in/out edge of wood/field to top of wood. Gap in wall at head of field then L to approach top of hill from SE. Trig S.5386 stands on summit rocky ground.Aye Jimmy04/05/2015
Circular walk on pleasant spring day from the very interesting Duddon Iron Furnace to three fine viewpoints.Barrow-Swinside Stone Circle-Knott Hill(up from west with one nasty wall to climb and down east to north of Cragg Hall with no walls to climb)-Mount Wood.With Oscar.catman02/04/2015
With Catman.oscarrosie02/04/2015
Was not sure how to tackle this hill,because of access issues but turned out to be quite easy. After Barrow a fast run down the road to Cragg Hall (holiday cottage), up footpath then turned left through gate into field (no ROW), angled up right to another gate then you are on access land -immediately turn left to keep wall on your right hand side leading to summit trig. returned same way and on footpaths to Mount WoodChris Pearson23/12/2014
Parking 100m S of Swinside track end. Access to Access Land problematic with companions. Walked around to W side but it wasn't worth it. Climbed a wall there and then another in a NE descent. Fine summit with excellent views.jimbloomer14/10/2014
with Jamievegibagger03/06/2012
Grassy summit topped with a trig point (S5386)Tony Hartry20/07/2008
RHW15/11/2003
Andy West22/07/2019
AdyGray08/06/2019
thelonious21/03/2019
AlanD24/02/2018
DARRENG17/11/2017
mae19/06/2017
Dusty08/06/2016
GaryJones07/06/2016
Rambling Ray18/03/2016
m0untain_n0mad04/09/2015
Alan Caine22/08/2015
dickiewren17/07/2015
Lucky09/06/2015
maknipe09/06/2015
Jim.Fothergill13/05/2015
Dave Geere20/07/2014
peebs13/11/2010
Grey Hare17/01/2009
Ozymandias13/09/2008
Edwin Gradwell22/08/2006