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Name:Latterbarrow
Hill number:16198
Height:201m / 659ft
Parent (Ma):2454  Illgill Head
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Southern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Irt
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:NY 12703 02758
Summit feature:outcrop
Drop:87m
Col:114m  NY134030  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89
(1:25k) OL6N
Observations:summit area in trees
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 26 users)ByDate of Ascent
TaliMountain Goat24/07/2019
Free National Trust car park at Cinderdale bridge with a handy short-cut back to the bridge. Take the bridleway by Flass Tarn then a good track leads through the felled area to within 200m of the summit. 3.3km return. 60 minutes.moorsman10/05/2019
Roadside parking (NY 1286 0378). RoW to NY 1307 0328 then tracks totop.jonglew07/04/2019
Several 'Private land. No access to the public' signs at potential access track junctions along the bridleway bounding the hill on its East side.Isbjorn27/11/2018
With Jules after Irton PikeGrey Hare22/07/2018
From NW, parking at roadside nr bridge. Bridleway then forest tracks. ATV goes all way to summit now if you look for the line where it skirts high ground at summit, pheasant feeding point in trees. Nice rocky top, be good if they can remove remaining trees. Penultimate Wasdale area topnordicstar06/12/2017
Latterbarrow from GR: NY 12828 03704ronaldo33327/10/2017
Up NW face. Young trees still under a metre high. Hard going though.ngthack09/09/2017
I enjoyed this one, despite it being a bit of a wasteland, using tracks from the north. the two rocky knolls in the trees were quite atmosphericColin Crawford01/04/2017
From boggy bridleway from Irton Fell, past private signs up ploughed up muddy forestry roads and across piles of dead branches and disturbed ground/ mud. Not a good example of 'sustainable' forestry!! A nice summit nonetheless.John Eley03/08/2016
Verge parking at start of PF to NW.mart079712/07/2016
From NW. Straight across field to gate opposite then zig zag zig up the forest vehicle track to within 200m of summit. Replanted 2014/5 - go soon.jimbloomer16/05/2016
Logging activity going on to W and SW of hill so went from Cinderdale Bridge to the N. F/p across fields to edge of wood then followed large tracks up through felled wasteland. Small crag at top can be passed easily L or R. Couple of rocky knolls in trees about 20m apart, southerly one seems higher.Aye Jimmy25/08/2015
Ascended from NE on Forest track. This was in a bad state following recent felling operations and completely blocked about halfway up by 3 or 4 large trees felled and left over the track. Continued over the debris of felling work which was very hard going. Summit is in a near impenetrable thick copse of youngish fir trees. which prevent the view in all directions apart from south to Irton Fell. Descended broad gully of grass, dried bracken and lower down recently felled rhododendron to a very muddy and rough track due to ongoing felling work. But good view back to the impressive crag. The track away to the west is in a terrible state.Nick Caunt09/04/2015
From north in thick mistpeebs24/01/2015
Bad knee - short walk from lake as rest daymcbiydw224/08/2013
201M3UTKPINSMLLCLRNG. Pheasanty, no-one about. From N< Cinderdale Br, did the Irton Fell Birketts first RHW13/05/2012
Wycombe Wanderer30/09/2018
mae20/06/2017
GaryJones04/09/2016
Rambling Ray11/03/2016
CXB04/10/2015
Dave Geere15/03/2015
ajwxyzt26/06/2011
IWC05/11/2006
PaulineC05/11/2006