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Name:Loughrigg Fell
Hill number:2507
Height:335m / 1099ft
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Central Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Leven (Ulverston)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (300-399m), Wainwright, Birkett,
Synge, Fellranger, Trail 100
Grid ref:NY 34696 05138
Summit feature:rock outcrop 3m from trig point
Col:163m  NY340055  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 90
(1:25k) OL7N
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 1392 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Walk from Elterwater through Sawrey’s Wood and ascent to Banks Quarry. Ascent of Lingmoor Fell via Lingmoor Quarry (Brown How). Descent to Dale End to Little Langdale. Along road and down to river, cross at Ford and into Moss Rigg Wood. Follow Bridleway to Strang End, High Park and Tongue Intake Plantation. Ascent of Hollin Bank and Arnside Plantation to Black Crag. Descent to Pullscar Plantation and descent to valley Skelwith Bridge. Road up to Loughrigg Tar, and head east to Tarn Foot, ascent via Ivy Crag and Black Mire to Loughrigg Fell. Descent via Ewe Crag and follow road to High Close, descent to Elterwater via Walthwaite Bottom.raymooremanx25/11/2018
From Elterwater via High CloseAJF24/10/2018
Sunrise hike for a cloud inversion over Loughrigg Tarnmaaaaaaaatty18/10/2018
Beautiful as always. Very warm and sunnyMyles7308/10/2018
Second visit. Afternoon walk from the carpark at the Grasmore end of Under Loughrigg. With Carol and dogs direct to summit and return. Low sun but with intermittent cloud, breezy. Stayed at Sykeside.Skip230/09/2018
Afternoon walk from the carpark at the Grasmore end of Under Loughrigg. With Carol and dogs direct to summit and return. Low sun but with intermittent cloud, breezy. Stayed at Sykeside.Skip30/09/2018
From CP between Grasmere and Rydal Water. Easy well made tracks. Windy, threatening but dry. Good views.iangalbraith27/09/2018
From AmblesideTyldesley Paul05/09/2018
circular walk via rydal water, the caves, and back to grasmere lakedavie25/08/2018
With SamIbby18/08/2018
Up from the caves to the E and return via Loughrigg TerraceArbie13/08/2018
Rydal - Loughrigg Terrace - Loughrigg - Elterwater - Skelwith Bridge - Rydal. All very lovely until the last leg which was a damp slog.squeegs23/07/2018
Solo ascent from White Moss car park via Loughrigg Terrace while on holiday in Summer 2018 heatwave. 2.98m in 2hrs:00 mins (Moving Time 1hr:20mins) with 289m of ascent.pwhitaker_196627/06/2018
Climbed Silver How and Loughrigg Fell with Andrew from Chapel Stile finished with a swim in Loughrigg Tarn and tea in the Britannia.jackfowler26/06/2018
Walked from Ambleside - it was quite hot!astokes26/06/2018
With Leonie on a beautiful sunny Monday evening.jonesj204/06/2018
with Nicola.andrew larkins231/05/2018
From White Moss with the boy
Loughrigg fell, Black Fell and Holme Fell with Neil BRoy_H29/05/2018
Nice walk from Grasmerejmistry8626/05/2018
With K from White Moss visiting cavesAshley22/05/2018
Avec Violaine et DinaYanndroid11/05/2018
With Joanna and Trish. The weather was a bit humid/misty, and it rained when we hit the trig point. Dog **** in plastic bags everywhere spoiled it a bit. Why do people do this?DAB8108/05/2018
With Eva. Second ascent.PeteF29/04/2018
With MaryChet196217/04/2018
With Lee witherington, Jon Footitt, Nigel Cunliffe, John Meenaghan and Ian Challinor.MooseWire15/04/2018
w/ jess, nice morningTom D06/04/2018
Circular from Grasmere round to Rydal Mount and back.RyParks31/03/2018
Difficult up the steep incline but manageable. Very cool caves at the beginning of the walk - well worth a investigation. With Dad, Amy, Scarlett and Matty.shriver29/03/2018
1/11 (Loughrigg Fell/Great Stickle/Dunnerdale Fells/Tarn Hill/Stickle Pike/Parkhead Road Top/Ravens Crag (Wainwright Top)/Ravens Crag/The Knott/Hampsfell (Wainwright Top)/Hampsfell)Fergalh18/02/2018
in snow from rydallRuth21/01/2018
Last few of the year. Parked in Ambleside and walked up via Loughrigg Tarn then straight up the Gill after Lad Crag onto the cairn returned via the fell top.Stu Percival31/12/2017
Went from high close and descended to Rydal waterFlyingrabbit31/12/2017
From Elterwater on a round of Little Loughrigg - Todd Crag - Fox How - Lanty Scar and Loughrigg Fell in the snow, staying just below the cloud basePeterD29/12/2017
Xmas 2017 blowin a gale and rain!Jephcote8325/12/2017
From Clappersgate and Todd Crag. Sunset looming so took the very fast steps which formed the descent SW. Snow on the tops all around. Beautifully clear on the summit. With GFE.Fionalevey17/12/2017
From Silver HowCyclistno103/12/2017
From Travellers RestWeather Prophet01/12/2017
3rd ascent of Loughrigg - now done all 214 Wainwrights at least three times.Crib Goch12/11/2017
From AmblesideCoxswain07/11/2017
Third of the day, from Rydal Water, over the top and down to Grasmere to guzzle beer with Nordicstar and Jenx at the Grasmere Guzzler.Gill01/09/2017
Walk with Will from Rydal Hall visiting the caves before ascending Loughrigg Fell then descending northwest and on to Silver How returning along the ridge to Dow Bank, Loughrigg terrace and the footpath back to the car below Nab Scar. Disappointed at the lack of ice cream at both the car park on Rydal Water and the cafe at Rydal HallPhilip A30/08/2017
me and 3 year old Cissy up from Rydal for her first Wainwright. carried her most of the way!!...AvidSockWearer19/08/2017
Birthday walk with Sam! Had a couple of beers in Tweedies bar then walked to Ambleside and a few more ales there - bus back. Nothing serious on birthday! :-)Mozzer12/08/2017
LSU Course provingLittledave16/07/2017
On DoE Gold from Great Langdale to Tarn Foot campsiteJohn Eley24/06/2017
with Lynn Parkinderek_74418/06/2017
Evening walk from Tiny off road spot near Loughrigg Terrace. Along and up the main ridge on easy, but steep path. Lovely sunny evening.N.Morters23/05/2017