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Name:Mount Pleasant
Hill number:19234
Height:73m / 240ft
Parent (Ma):2454  Illgill Head
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Irt, Catchment Boundaries
Class:Tump (0-99m)
(Tu,0)
Grid ref:SD 10825 99945
Summit feature:mossy outcrop
Drop:35m
Col:38m  NY109001  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 96
(1:25k) OL6N
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 22 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked due north where the track to Parkgate begins. Walked back to the start of the track to Cragg Farm and then straight up the steepish climb to the summit. 15 minutes return trip.moorsman10/05/2019
The name is rather an exaggeration. It's ok. From NE. With B and R.jenx27/02/2019
Repeat w Jenx and Bryher. Came in this time across pasture from East, follow old track line. Nr high point easy climb over wall and into the holly trees, choice of two boulders for the 'summit'nordicstar27/02/2019
Roadside verge parking (NY 1063 0007), just room to get the car off the road, bit soggy though. 20m or so along the RoW veered off steeply up the hill. Some rhododendron but not too dense.jonglew09/12/2018
Though I'd finished for the day and nearly missed this one as it's on the fold of the map. Had to climb it though as I was passing, just making the summit before nightfall to end a great weekend.Wycombe Wanderer30/09/2018
parked down lane, quick plod up through the trees.robertphillips02/08/2018
As Aye Jimmychrisbien23/06/2018
Parked at the bend for the entrance to Parkgate. Battled through the woods from the lane on the west side. Returned same way. Solo.bolton28/12/2017
Mount Pleasant from NY 10617 00079ronaldo33327/10/2017
Irt catchment complete.ngthack09/09/2017
From ne, walked back and used RoW passing W of hill, then short climb thru wood, with RickRHW04/12/2016
First of the day with Rob. Parked at roadside at GR 109001, entrance to Parkgate Farm. Back down lane to FP and lane at GR107999. Direct up through trees and Rhodi to stony summit top. Back down more direct to car through field and gate to lane.nordicstar04/12/2016
Overgrown summitpeebs24/11/2016
Parked to NE by entrance to Parkgate Farm Cottage & caravans. Road to E for 70m, entrance on R, horizontally across pasture to gate into wood. Leafy path up open wood to top, several mossy rocky features. Took summit to be flat mossy 'cairn' under trees; on closer inspection this is very solid and probably a rocky outcrop. Other mossy rocky contenders nearby.Aye Jimmy05/09/2016
Rambling Ray05/09/2018
mcbiydw228/09/2017
stevent080901/07/2017
mae20/06/2017
Colin Crawford01/04/2017
jimbloomer20/09/2016
GaryJones04/09/2016
Dave Geere02/09/2016