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Name:Harrot Hill
Hill number:16294
Height:118m / 387ft
Parent (Ma):2493  Low Fell
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Western Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Derwent (Workington)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:NY 10743 29807
Summit feature:no feature: pasture
Drop:31m
Col:87m  NY102290  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89
(1:25k) OL4S 303
Observations:ground 30m E at NY 10775 29807 is 15cm lower. Ground by barn is lower still
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 18 users)ByDate of Ascent
09:30, 16 degrees (already!) after a night at the old-school Waverley hotel in Maryport.Wycombe Wanderer21/04/2019
GaryJones24/05/2018
Harrot Hill from GR: NY 11430 29744ronaldo33328/04/2018
Dusty27/03/2018
Given the hour - post sunset - it seemed the Travelodge car park was the best bet and it proved serviceable. RoW just stops at a field boundary, just kept heading W and top of the hill hove into view. Most interetsing part was crossing the A66 in rush hour.jonglew14/12/2017
Solo. Footpath across A66 to stone circle. Two gates to climb to reach highest point, which is just in view of farm. Back same way.Dangerous Dave11/12/2017
Rambling Ray02/02/2017
mae01/01/2017
jimbloomer12/10/2016
On way to Cockermouth to collect Margaret returning from Italy and to hear of her frightening experience of the awful Italian earthquake which killed 300 this week. Up from Mitchell's Livestock Auction Mart whose multi-million pound /multi functional building is used for Cumbria's largest indoor sunday car boot sale once the stalls have been disinfected from holding sheep and cattle. Mitchells also host art/ collectables auctions and the following week were auctioning Wainwright memorabilia being sold by Hunter Davies. I bid on an original pen and ink drawing of Kendal on market day in 19th Century -which looked wonderfully Lowry like. Guide price was up to £250. After careful and prolonged consideration I bid £280. Sadly it went for £650 !Chris Pearson28/08/2016
andrew brown05/08/2016
GordonAdshead28/11/2015
Via the faux stone circle. Top fields full of frisky cows and calves so caution!peebs14/09/2015
From S parking at Wellington Farm. Nature Trail for 100m or so, then gate and lane N to large barn. Flat area, readings taken in fields to E and NE; highest point taken as field to NE but debatable.Aye Jimmy01/08/2015
From NE, RoW from N side of Travelodge to a stone circle, then 3 gates to summit NE of a barn.RHW17/05/2015
Dave Geere28/12/2014
Dusk after work from Travelodge parking - trig afterwardsnordicstar28/11/2014
Parked at Travelodge and over road on path. Not too difficult but requires a few gate leaps.mcbiydw221/09/2013