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Hill number:19233
Height:275m / 902ft
Parent (Ma):2528  High Street
RHB Section:34C: Lake District - Eastern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Kent, Catchment Boundaries, Leven (Ulverston)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:NY 41889 01449
Summit feature:outcrop
Col:244m  NY417019  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 90
(1:25k) OL7N
Observations:pointed outcrop by large cairn, 130m SSE, at NY 41931 01330 is 1m lower. Outcrop 25m N at NY 41889 01477 is also lower
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 32 users)ByDate of Ascent
Grabbing some caches after the Kentmere horseshoe.AvidSockWearer15/06/2019
Parked at start of Dubbs Lane, which is used legally by motor cyclists. Ascended to the summit cairn from gate before reaching the reservoir. Land to the north near a crossing wall looked at least as high, but that on the other side of the wall, which has no crossing point was lower. Hence there is no need for crossing walls.JohnW27/04/2019
From Moor Howebriandiggle27/12/2018
Took the Byway to the reservoir where there is good parking. Jumped across stream, over gate and wandered up to the substantial summit cairnDC11main26/11/2018
Walking with the Magna Defender. Fusethwaite Yeat (273m), the Tongue of Troutbeck Park (364m)and looping back over Thornthwaite Crag (784m), Ill Bell (757m) and Yoke (706m) and Sour Howes (483m). It is a beautiful clear and sunny still day perfect for autumn fell walking in the Lakes.meltdiceburg17/11/2018
Parked at the start of Dubbs Lane, then along this until gate allows easy access to hill. Return to Lane the onward to Sour Howes and Capple Howe on another warm sunny day in May.Dugswell229/05/2018
14:00, 3 degrees at south end of Dubbs Lane, cloud base 1700'.Wycombe Wanderer14/01/2018
Latrigg from GR: NY 42367 00594ronaldo33307/10/2017
As others, Drove the BOAT to reservoir, walked up from there. Thought the outcrop 25m N was higher. Also wandered across to the large cairn 160m S, which looks at least as high, but is apparently 1m lower.jonglew15/06/2017
With Alf. Gate on main track south of Resrvoir gives easy access to fell.mick21/02/2017
Along Dubbs Lane,then through gate into summit enclosure.Track to right leads almost to large cairn and so on to summit rock.Grand views.With Oscar.catman14/02/2017
With Catman.oscarrosie14/02/2017
From E: drove BOAT to resr then short climb. With RickRHW04/12/2016
With RHW. Drive up permissible road to reservoir. Over gate and across the dam using fenced path, wall then easy grass climb to summit. One wall crossing but oknordicstar04/12/2016
Church Bridge - Sour Howes - Capple Howe - LATRIGG - Longmire Lane. pleasant sunshine after wet & snowy start.citygent06/11/2016
As Jim BloomerCrib Goch29/10/2016
From Windermere, road walking then same as Jim Bloomerrobert05/10/2016
From Dubbs Lane. A gate into the summit field eventually arrives.jimbloomer20/09/2016
From Moor Howe, Dubbs Lane past wood then over wall and bracken up to large cairn. The summit appears to be on hill to the NNW, a rounded rocky outcrop with couple of stones, or another one 25m beyond.Aye Jimmy05/09/2016
Did this one a few years back after walking the Grandsire trio. Approached via The Common, Moor Howe and Dubs Road. Thought it was just about a separate hill then. Nice viewpoint and lovely walking in the area between here and Windermere.Jake99424/10/2013
Jim B01/06/2018
Rambling Ray23/02/2018
Dave Geere02/09/2016