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Name:Wart Barrow
Hill number:16277
Height:134m / 440ft
Parent (Ma):2671  Gummer's How
RHB Section:34D: Southern Cumbria
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Far Eastern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Kent, Catchment Boundaries, Leven (Ulverston)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:SD 38969 77336
Summit feature:limestone pavement
Drop:36m
Col:98m  SD393776  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 96 97
(1:25k) OL7S
Observations:limestone pavement 30m S at SD 38967 77308 is 10cm lower
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 20 users)ByDate of Ascent
Rambling Ray08/04/2019
A residential park, out of back of small cut opp Underfell road a gate leads to fields, easy from therenordicstar13/01/2019
A Christmas Morning Stroll from Grange Fell Golf Club over to Floodburgh to listen to the band and sing Christmas Carols. Lovely daynickywood125/12/2018
Parked on Fellside. a residential road (SD 3867 7706). RoW initially, for which I could find no access, so over the wall. Had to keep left of hillside gorse etc so veered further to the N than the direct line I'd intended. Fragments of limestone pavement at the top. Seemed to be another possible HP a short distance N at SD 38968 77339.jonglew02/12/2018
Parking to the N would have meant blocking a farmer's gate and possibly the narrow road, so instead I opted to park on the residential close to the SW and took the footpath, veering off to the summit after avoiding the worst of the hawthorn trees.Wheelsy25/07/2018
Convenient Tump baggers' parking spot by footpath to north. Cooler evening air for final fell of the day. Superb view of the Coniston fells.Wycombe Wanderer09/06/2018
3rd top of 6 on a 15.3km route from the Wraysholme crossing to Grange over Sands, climbing Humphrey Head and Applebury Hill then continuing through Allithwaite to climb over wall and head up beside wall to the trees, forced North due to dense canopy then profiling around to the top to explore all the Limestone pavement high points. Great Wee top!. Descent to corner of lane via gate then up taking Northerly lane past cemetary, heading for Hampsfell...Dazingdale02/04/2018
GaryJones04/08/2017
mae26/04/2017
From right of way to NW. While sitting on top farmer came past on quad bike, but didn't say anythingAlanD26/08/2016
Nice toppeebs18/07/2016
Parked in Fellside in Allithwaite and followed the Row initially then up to small Limestone outcrop.PeterD24/12/2015
From nnwRHW03/08/2015
Parked by cemetery then down road to ROW and up to summit. Excellent viewsBramley18/07/2015
Alex C07/07/2015
Used RoW from N then up field. Nice summit on limestone bench with windswept trees.Aye Jimmy13/04/2015
Dave Geere07/03/2015
Trespassed from corner of road to the N.chalky195308/01/2014
Followed the RoW from Allithwaite which passes over the shoulder of the hill. No walls/fences.jimbloomer30/10/2013
David Bell12/11/2009