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Name:Silver How
Hill number:2499
Height:395m / 1296ft
Parent (Ma):2396  High Raise [High White Stones]
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Central Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Leven (Ulverston)
Class:Tump (300-399m), Wainwright, Birkett, Synge, Fellranger
(Tu,3,W,B,Sy,Fel)
Grid ref:NY 32478 06644
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:31m
Col:364m  NY321065  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 90
(1:25k) OL7N
Observations:other knolls in vicinity are lower
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 1040 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
(Sun) Chapel Stile - SILVER HOW - BLEA RIGG - Stickle Tarn - New Dungeon Ghyll - Chapel Stilemnph15/03/2020
with GusAbiD19/02/2020
DARRENG10/02/2020
From ElterwaterAJF07/02/2020
ScaSey05/02/2020
Ruth&Alice19/01/2020
From Grasmere via Blindtarn Gill routeCyclistno112/01/2020
Grey, then windier, then wetter 23 Km traverse of Coniston Wainwrights with a few Birkenstock’s added towards end.davechaffey31/12/2019
arjh28/12/2019
Silver How then round to Blea rigg, foggy dayejjohnstone22/12/2019
Em's 2nd round22/12/2019
Si's 2nd round22/12/2019
Christo197914/12/2019
Lanty Scar, Fox How, Loughrigg Fell, Silver How, Blea Rigg, Butharlyp Howekeithouk24/11/2019
Revisitpedro117/11/2019
Revisit with PeteDave Geere17/11/2019
Centaur01731/10/2019
Magellan7617/10/2019
TamCollie16/10/2019
RICHE23/09/2019
Walked from Grasmere then to Elterwater and back over with Emma C Amy P Heidi Nina and BettyESkelton15/09/2019
Grasmere, Helm Crag, Greenburn bottom,Calf crag, low white stones, High Raise, Sgt man, Blea rigg, Castle how, little castle how, Swinescar pike, Silver How, Grasmere. 14.5 miles.AvidSockWearer08/09/2019
With ASW. We climbed Helm Crag (405M), a detour down into the valley to find Greenburn Bottom, then back up to Calf Crag (537m), then continuing to the highest point of the Central Fells, High Raise (762m). From there we continued to Sergeant Man (736m), down to Blea Rigg (541m) and finally across to Silver How (395m), then back down into Grasmere.meltdiceburg08/09/2019
OLIVERS23/08/2019
Started off with Fairfield Horseshoe (clockwise) as far as Great Rigg then Stone ArthurMarion13/08/2019
265fox03/08/2019
Bec picked me up from work. Tuesday evening adventure on the hottest day of the year. Getting into Grasmere about 17:40 and getting quickly changed headed off. Walking passed the Wordsworth house Allan Bank with great views of Helm crag. This is a gorgeous walk with great views odd shaped Trees. Although not really that hard it was a killer in the heat, sapping all our energy. After wetting our faces in Wray gill and then crossing we head up to final steep part to the summit. Fantastic views some of my favourite for a while and always good to be able to stop and chill on the summit. From there headed straight down through 100’s of baby frogs back to Grasmere. Stopped at Wateredge for a pint of the new Wainwrights Altitude IPA, picked up my van from home and back home for 10pm. Great night.Scotty 2 Hotty23/07/2019
Jessmather9120/07/2019
mnixon17/07/2019
froddy14/07/2019
With JGCW02/07/2019
Walked as part of the Silver Way from Grasmere to Silverdalewillpalmer29/06/2019
Hursty105022/06/2019
Markbrim17/06/2019
Ben Thorn12/06/2019
mcbiydw209/06/2019
freethinker24/05/2019
JBKarko24/05/2019
With Dad and my familyM0YDH28/04/2019
Fell3wilki28/04/2019
ALHEJ Wilkins28/04/2019
With GIll, staying at the Little Inn GrasmereWalla123427/04/2019
JohnBailey24/04/2019
Loughrigg Fell - Silver How - Lang How - Swinescar Pike - Little Castle How - Blea Rigg - Low White Stones - Ullscarf - Standing Crag - Watendlath Fell - Shivery Knott - Armboth Fell - AF Birkett - High Tove - High Seat - Bleaberry Fell - Walla Cragscreeleep21/04/2019
Walked back to Ambleside via Rydal cavesWMW3120/04/2019
Parked in Grasmere and followed a good path to summit. Continued to Blea Rig, Sergeant Man, Coldale Head and Tarn Crag. Dropped down to Easdale Tarn and back to car. With LP.wombourne28/03/2019
kitp27/03/2019
Lynette26/03/2019
HillBaggerIan25/03/2019
Lovely walk up from Grasmere over Allan Bank. With Alfie.Dangerous Dave23/03/2019