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Hill number:2352
Height:368m / 1207ft
Parent (Ma):2319  Skiddaw
RHB Section:34A: Lake District - Northern Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Northern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Derwent (Workington)
Class:Tump (300-399m), Wainwright, Birkett, Synge, Fellranger
Grid ref:NY 27922 24699
Summit feature:no feature: ground on path
Col:295m  NY280253  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89 90
(1:25k) OL4S
Observations:ground 20m NW at NY 27904 24714 is as high; ground to E and S falls rapidly
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 1262 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Short stroll from top car parkCyclistno117/02/2019
Morning dog walk from Gale Road.Mark Jackson23/12/2018
Solo. My second Latrigg of the day... Followed the limited mobility path to the top then back the 'long way round' to the car. Good views all around. A couple of runners enjoying the hill and cold crisp air.Buck13/12/2018
Second round of Wainwrights. Walked from Gale Rd car park after Remembrance on Gable. Showery late afternoon, getting dark. With LF.Skip211/11/2018
Walked with L at dusk after attending Remembrance on Great Gable. Strolled round the fell top from Gale Rd car park.Skip11/11/2018
Out and back from Spooney Green LaneMountainTerrier19/10/2018
From Latrigg car park, quick trot before returning home. With Wombourne.steve hudson26/09/2018
With Caro and Nicky & Lloyd Barclay. Walk from Eskin St, through park, over a66.HollowLegs16/09/2018
A quick warm up after arriving at Burns Farm and setting up campmountainlover11/09/2018
with MaddyTeasyChris02/09/2018
With Geraldine Keenan, Eoin & Tiarnan WestPete West31/08/2018
A long time on my to do list. Strong winds kept me off the higher slopes, but this was a good alternative and an easy walk. Quite windy on top, but dry.dave-harris27/08/2018
Morning walk up to Latrigg summit from Keswick then quick ascent back down before lunch at the Travellers' Rest.lizziej8723/08/2018
Misty Day in Keswick via the old train lineJephcote8320/08/2018
Nice easy varied walk from Brundholme Road. Some of the route was closed due to flood damage but we had no problem finding an alternative route back.WendyWozEre14/08/2018
Aadded Latrigg to my Skiddaw round. Easy path onto summit.Zoe Little09/08/2018
Part of a summer walk in 2018, walking from hostel to hostel starting at Keswick yha, and ending at Helvellyn yha. Mostly good weather- muggy heat and spectacular views, however often cloud on top!Joel45105/08/2018
From car park to the north. Dry with good views.alistairpooler16/07/2018
Out with SHDRC. Starting from Keswick,Doups,Carl Side,Skiddaw,Little Man,Jenkin Hill,and Latrigg. Was very warm,and needed plenty of fluid.bigalga108/07/2018
Briar Rigg to Latrigg returning via Brundholme Woods and former railway line. 6 Miles. 3 HoursSeamus16/06/2018
With Jules ..Clear and hot day with stunning viewsGrey Hare08/06/2018
Started from the centre of Keswick & along Spooney Green Lane, before turning right into the wood. Climbed up the steep paths through dense trees, emerging into the open near the summit. Sunny day with beautiful views over Derwentwater. Descended the other side via a much easier & more accessible route!AmyYoung22/05/2018
10k run from Keswicknix_snilloc06/05/2018
Easy stroll from car park near top. But get there early to be sure of a space.ijpowell21/04/2018
with Kian and Gemma her 1st wainwright my 4th time on this little hillcolinfielding29/03/2018
Nice walk from Keswick along the railway, over latrigg and back to Keswickjmistry8617/03/2018
With Matty Good hike from Keswick - steep incline (even steeper with a cold).shriver10/03/2018
With LynfaRob Pen y Garn06/01/2018
With RobLynfa Penygarn06/01/2018
From Keswick via Cumbrian WayCyclistno101/01/2018
Unmarked but distinct summit of short grass on path. You could lean into the wind- measured at 35 mph, gusting 49mph. Extensive Lakeland views under grey skies. Well used paths- circular walk. Parked on road west of Leisure centre- freeDenise 31/12/2017
V steep ascent from Keswickejjohnstone28/12/2017
Circular from Keswick.Grislywhite28/12/2017
From Keswick town centre, with Simon.ornithopod17/11/2017
From Keswick town centre with David - Spooney Green Lane - LATRIGG - Brundholme Wood - Railway footpath - Wainwright 124Nutty15/11/2017
Parked on the road at BrIars Rigg and walked up past Sponey Green to the fell top. Descent was made back down through the woods.Stu Percival16/09/2017
DONE ON THE 9TH SEPTEMBER NOT 10TH After Castle crag we went for tea at the Castle Inn near Bassenthwaite Lake. As it turned into a nice evening after tea and a pint of Guinness we decided to find somewhere with a view. As we were driving back into Keswick we decided to try Latrigg again. Parked at the same car park as in the morning and watched the sun set over Keswick. Was absolutely breath taking sitting on the bench chilling out before heading to the Pheasant Inn to sleep for the night.Scotty 2 Hotty10/09/2017
Awful weather but only 10-15 min walk from Gale Road car park. no viewsScotty 2 Hotty09/09/2017
On my own, from Gale Road end car park. Sunshine then rain.alwaysinshorts08/09/2017
With CPgarth8728/08/2017
From Peter House Farm Bakestall From Keswick Forestry Commission Skiddaw Dodd From Applethwaite LatriggWifey201625/08/2017
Great little walk todayTobo196925/08/2017
Latigg, Lonscale Fell, Skiddaw Liitle Man - with Ruth on to Skiddaw, Carl Side , Long Side and Ullock Pike on own down to car park/ bus stop nr Ravenstone Hotel 11am to 4.30 pmDunlawyering24/08/2017
From Gale Road, 30 mins round trip, with Mum and the dog.Mark Jackson13/08/2017
Walk from Undercar car park with Mark and Will crossing Whit Beck and heading East before climbing the fence line to the top of Lonscale Fell then traversing to Lower Man and then up Skiddaw which was unfortunately in cloud. Descended the main path and finished off with Latrigg before returning to the car and a well deserved ice creamPhilip A10/08/2017
Up and down walk from Keswick with other family. A bit of rain around.Fell_wanderer06/08/2017
TD,C & HThis Dog29/07/2017
from Keswick, walked the spiralling ascent path to summitkeenwalker13/07/2017