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Name:Stanley Hill
Hill number:16302
Height:111m / 364ft
Parent (Ma):2462  Blake Fell
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Western Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:NX 97945 13979
Summit feature:trig point in hedge
Col:77m  NX971145  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89
(1:25k) 303
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 23 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked at the start of the footpath SW of Linethwaite as far easier than parking on the main road to the west. Followed the good footpath as far as the bridge under the railway. Turned left but found the trees are impenetrable so kept to the south of the treeline. Head straight up alongside the hedge until you meet an unmapped track leading to the summit trig. 3.53km return, 55 minutes.moorsman09/05/2019
No RoW across surrounding fields. Nearest point of approach without trespassing is NX981139.Isbjorn08/09/2018
Stanley Hill from GR: NX 97513 14309ronaldo33329/04/2018
Reached the trig on my stomach having dragged myself commando style through a gap in the spiky hedge from the south, then shuffled back again. l8,000 yrs ago a glacier rubbed along this hill carving out the wide Pow valley and dumping its terminal moraine ( eroded from the Lake District mountains) at St Bees, almost creating a Tump at @p26. The railway clings precariously close to the crumbly coast here which has required some impressive sea erosion defences of a stepped concrete revetment with groundwater drainage gaps, with rip rap ( giant boulders) in front to absorb the brunt of storm waves - working so far.Chris Pearson01/11/2017
B road gateway and quick bag. No cattleDC11main28/10/2017
Parked to NW and walked S down busy roadjimbloomer12/10/2016
Parked on B road to West of hill, handy gateway that can be reversed into then easy quick walk across to top.nordicstar10/04/2016
From the farm, with permission and warned about the cattle. Trig looked as high as anywhere and yes, received very close attention from the herd! Seemed more curious than aggressive though...Aye Jimmy27/06/2015
Access via Bell House Farm - permission readily given. HP at raised field boundary with triog pillar atop.jonglew20/03/2013
From field entrance roadside to the SW about 100m north of the 94m spot height. With Trig Pillocksson, think we should adopt this pillar. I was named Charles Harold Stanley Everett because my maternal grandfather was Thomas Stanley Dixon, Jamie is Jamie Joseph Stanley because he also had a maternal side great uncle called Stanley. Flush bracket numbers give 'birthday trig walk' link as part of the series for Jamie's mum born on 5th June '70. This is her 74th birthday trig for 5th June 2044 if she reaches the year 2044!! Nice name and nerdy heaven. Interesting to see Clochandighters pic of TPUK from 2009 where it was more accessible. It is now behind another fence in front of the flush bracket. Why for Gods sake?? Massive dung heap behind us, just 10m to the north.vegibagger22/07/2012
Parked on road and walk up to trig 5644.arranc20/03/2009
Rambling Ray07/02/2019
Wycombe Wanderer28/09/2018
Colin Crawford01/04/2017
Dave Geere15/03/2015