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Name:Millom Park
Hill number:16229
Height:177m / 581ft
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 (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:SD 16220 82745
Summit feature:rock by NE leg of viewing platform
Drop:51m
Col:126m  SD159828  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 96
(1:25k) OL6S
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 21 users)ByDate of Ascent
With Lowscales Bank from grass verge parking at SD 15916 83043David Gradwell31/03/2019
From Lowscales bank up road to comms tower: forest mostly cleared: Amused that there is a footpath sign pointing up the steps of the summit tower.GordonAdshead23/03/2019
From Lowscales Bank, climbed tower, back to Bankside.Wycombe Wanderer16/02/2019
From verge parking at the lane entrance to mast. Could drive up as gate not locked. Used the footpath to gain the interesting summit tower. Continued to neighbouring Lowscales Banknordicstar10/02/2019
Roadside verge parking (SD 1593 8307). Took the mast access track (signed as a RoW); wall stile at back of the compound links to a good forest track (a RoW) which leads off to the summit. A large wooden viewing platform has been constructed there for some reason, provides good views though.jonglew11/12/2018
On way back from Lowscales Hill(qv). A public fp sign points to the top of the summit tower... so no doubt. Fair views- grey, dry day with Black Combe's top 50m. in cloud. New luxury wall stile by mast so down service road back to Bankside. With brother, Petepwheeler26/09/2017
From Lowscales Bank via transmitter and stile.No trees round top now-summit area a wasteland.Good viewpoint,though.With Oscar.catman08/02/2017
With Catman.oscarrosie08/02/2017
After Lowscales Bank. See Chris's log for stile and don't climb wall - too many collapsed bits already. All quiet Sun pm, last hill of the weekend.RHW19/07/2015
Serious forestry operations creating a wasteland were going on, meant keeping a low profile. The rain and mist helped. The summit copse and platform have so far been spared - just.Aye Jimmy05/06/2015
With Lowscales Bank from Po House - parking tightish.jimbloomer10/03/2015
Linked from Lowscales Bank via a surprisingly good waymarked footpath from the transmitter pylon (stile over wall). Even more surprising was the 20 foot high wooden viewing platform on the summit. This will need jacking up soon as the surrounding conifers grow as already the view is confined towards Black Coombe. Messy forestry works had quagmired in places the path down east. Useful to be wearing proper walking boots for once rather than fell shoes. The proposed quarry extension to the east will eat into the forest, but not the summitChris Pearson26/12/2014
George Gradwell31/03/2019
dickiewren21/08/2017
mae19/06/2017
softsquare18/03/2017
GaryJones01/11/2016
peebs03/03/2015
Dave Geere10/08/2014
Rambling Ray16/02/2013
Edwin Gradwell22/08/2006