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Name:Seat Sandal
Hill number:2545
Height:736.8m / 2417ft
RHB Section:34C: Lake District - Eastern Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Eastern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Eden (Carlisle), Leven (Ulverston)
Watershed:St Bees Head to Ravenscar, Morecambe Bay, Solway Firth
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Hewitt, Nuttall,
Wainwright, Birkett, Synge, Fellranger, Buxton & Lewis,
Bridge
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,Hew,N,W,B,Sy,Fel,BL,Bg)
Grid ref:NY 34420 11530
Summit feature:rock on knoll by ruined wall
Drop:151.9m
Col:584.9m  NY 34877 11646  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 90
(1:25k) OL5S
Observations:30m ENE of cairn (Wainwright) at NY 34390 11515 and 40cm higher
Survey:Abney level/Leica 530
Survey of Seat Sandal (Final).doc
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 978 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Parked near the bottom of Dunmail Raise, down the road and up Tongue Gill to Grisedale Tarn, sharp left and straight up the steep way, back via Little Tongue to car park.Chipstertrain18/11/2018
6 of 14 on 16 mile round. Wainwright no. 47The-Z-Man25/10/2018
With G and L. Steep scrambly ascent, great views but didn't linger. Prob go back.Tom D06/10/2018
Parked off road on dual carriageway. Good track to bealach then onto Fairfield. Back to this one and straight down. Mild, partly sunny but drizzled off.iangalbraith24/09/2018
Solo. Parked Dunmail Raise. Raise Beck to col then south to summit. On to Fairfield and descent via Raise Beck.mike.hoult11/09/2018
Solo walk from Grasmere village - Mill Bridge - Little Tongue Gill - SEAT SANDAL - Grisedale Hause - Tongue Gill - Mill Bridge - Grasmere village - Wainwright 153Nutty11/08/2018
Started at Grasmere YHA and walked up Seat Sandal - then onto Faifield round to Hart Crag, Dove Crag, High Pike, Low Pike then into Ambleside for rewarding beer! Tough walk at the start, legs aching!6 hours, 10 miles.Mozzer10/08/2018
A Grisedale Horseshoesms.3714/07/2018
With K and RM from Fairfield, returning to tents left at Grisedale Tarn.Ashley11/06/2018
It was an early start from Glenridding. I parked for £3 in the Sports field and headed up the lane, before turning left to the path up to Birks. There were still Bluebells out and the views down to Ullswater were superb as there was a thin layer of mist in the valley. It was a slog to the summit of Birks before it became easier to St Sunday Crag. Nice to have it to myself on this summit and the views were stunning. I descended to Deepdale Hause and cut around Grisedale Tarn to the steep climb to Seat Sandal. The views West were great in the soft rather misty light all the main peaks were a dark silhouette against the milky sky. I headed north and straight up the wall to the cairn at the edge of the cliffs on Dollywaggon Pike. It was then an easy walk over Nethermost Pike and on to the summit of Helvellyn where I had 5 minutes on my own. I continued along Striding Edge which was much easier than I imagined with no difficulties to the summit of High Spying How.isabelle01/06/2018
From Patterdale Hotel, round of St Sunday Crag, Fairfield and Seat Sandal. Descent into Grisedale is in a nice setting, but the long path is not in good condition, I preferred the grass for much of the way.Topographer5712/05/2018
Snarker Pike, Raven Crag, Red Screes, Dove Crag, Hart Crag, Fairfield, Seat Sandalkeithouk18/03/2018
From Dunmail Raise. Seat Sandal, Dollywaggon, Nethermost Cove. With FRBheinn07/03/2018
With NB very snowy cloudy day from Dunmail.Frank07/03/2018
Ascent from Grassmere Travellers Rest. Clear blue sky very cold, with patches of ice and snow.axe.stephen24/02/2018
A steep walk up the snow-covered western edge from Dunmail Raise.JohnStoneham07/02/2018
Parked in the layby just outside Grasmere and enjoyed steep walk up to Seat Sandal. Very cloudy at the top so no views but a fab 6 mile walk.Delta6802/12/2017
Fourth and final one of the day.Cyclistno119/11/2017
Parked at Patterdale and ran along to Glenridding up onto Glenridding Dodd, Sheffield Pike down to Nick Head then skirted Glencoyne Head up onto Hart Side skirted White Stones to the top of Sticks Pass then up onto Raise, White Side, Helvellyn trig point along Swirral Edge, Catstycam, out & back to Birkhouse Moor, Striding Edge, Nerthermost Pike, Dollywagon Pike, Seat Sandal, St Sunday Crag, Birks & Arnison Crag.Stu Percival03/10/2017
With Tony Gordon.zoob18/09/2017
Parked up outside Grasmere, up to Seat Sandal, back down again and up Fairfield. On to Great Rigg, onto Stone Arthur and back to car. Weather not too bad,plenty of people out.GaryG29/08/2017
From Dunmail Raise. With Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave28/07/2017
Climbed with Zoe & Lulu.neilblair35324/07/2017
From St Johns in the Vale Clough Head Great Dodd Watsons Dodd Stybarrow Dodd Raise Whiteside Helvellyn Lower Man Helvellyn Nethermost Pike Dollywagon Pike Seat SandalWifey201602/07/2017
Long ridge walk today starting in Dalebottom climbed Clough Head, Gread Dodd, Watsons Dodd, Stybarrow Dodd.Raise, White Side, Helvellyn. Netermost Pike, Dollywagon then finally up Seat Sandal for a 10 Wainwright Bag great walkTobo196902/07/2017
From near Grasmere up path to Patterdale then directly up slope. An evening warm walkN.Morters21/06/2017
Circular from layby on A592 - didn't record exact date for this oneNeilb01/06/2017
Walk with Mark from Glenridding onto Birkhouse Moor, Helvellyn via Striding Edge, Nethermost Pike, Dollywagon and Seat Sandal returning via the tarn down Grisedale BeckPhilip A13/04/2017
finished work an hour early at 4pm and Bec picked me up. straight to seat Sandle parking on the main road near Dunmail raise phone box. Straight up the mountain. Found this ascent very tough going. decent via grisdale tarn and followed the waterfall and river back down. Great Tuesday night. played a game with Range rover and cop car on M6. back for 10pm for a massive omeleteScotty 2 Hotty11/04/2017
As part of the Great Grisedale Horseshoe from Stuart Marshalls book.hillexplorer27/03/2017
The most wonderful weather . . . warm sunshine and clear blue skies! Also, the snow which had fallen earlier in the week. From Grasmere via Tounge Gill and Grisdale Tarn. We traversed around the tarn - slowly because the snow was quite deep and approached the summit from the north . . . a difficult climb through knee deep spring snow but the view from the top was magnificent! Descended via the SW shoulder. An amazing day where the fells looked their best.apshepherd25/03/2017
13 miles / 7 Fells in glorious winter sunshine and snow - with Karen. Patterdale / ARNISON CRAG / BIRKS / ST SUNDAY CRAG / Grisedale Tarn / SEAT SANDAL / DOLLYWAGON PIKE / NETHERMOST PIKE / HELVELLYN / Swirral Edge / Patterdale.richoakes25/03/2017
Walked with Mary very coldrwinrow27/01/2017
Climbed and then to Fairfield, Great Rigg and Stone Arthur from camp at Grisedale Tarn. Amazing inversions.JohnB19/12/2016
Parked on A591 near Grassmere, Tongue Gill, Seat Sandal, Dollywaggon Pike, Nethermost Pike, Helvellyn, Grisedale Tarn, Tongue Gill. Sunny with clear views, a fair ammount of snow on the ground.Fell_wanderer28/11/2016
K C Y dhFlat2126/11/2016
From Dumnail Raise, back to Grasmere via Grisedale Hause.bescot4219/11/2016
DoneNicky13/11/2016
Nethermost Pike, High Crag, Dollywagon Pike and Seat SandalAlunrees3331/10/2016
Solo ascent from Grasmere via Tongue Gill to Grisedale Hause ascending via east face with descent from summit in northerly direction (towards Dollywaggon Pike) following wall to intercept path around Grisedale Tarn. Return to Grasmere via ascent of Stone Arthur from old reservoir at foot of Tongue Gill. 11.90 miles and 1349m of ascent in 7hrs 36 mins with 53 mins of stopped time at an overall average of 1.6mph with a moving average of 1.8mph.pwhitaker_196625/10/2016
with Lynn parkinderek_74417/09/2016
Glenridding - Grizedale Tarn - Seat Sandal - Dollywagon Pike - Nethermost Pike - Helvellyn - Swirral Edge - Catstye Cam - Red Tarn Beck - Glenriddingdanthwaites05/08/2016
With G. Mostly Nuttalls' route from Gillside (Glenridding) > Striding Edge > Helvellyn > Nethermost Pike > High Crag > Dollywaggon Pike > Seat Sandal > St Sunday Crag > Gavel Pike > Birks > Gillside via Lanty's TarnRT197027/06/2016
striding edge, nethermost pike, high crag, dollywagon pike, seat sandal, st sunday crag, gavel pike, birks, arnison crag from patterdale sports ground cp.robertphillips26/06/2016
18th and final top today on the second leg of my improvised Bob Graham round starting from the Craglands guesthouse in Keswick and finishing at Burtharlyp Howe youth hostel in Grasmere. I visited Castlerigg stone circle en-route before climbing Threlkeld Knotts, Clough head, Calfhow Pike, Little Dodd, Great Dodd, Watson's Dodd, Stybarrow Dodd, Raise, Whiteside Hill, Helvellyn lower man, Catstye cam, Helvellyn, Nethermost Pike, High Crag, Dollywaggon Pike, Cofa pike and from Fairfield down the scree and up by wall to the summit. Again explored all high points. I took ridge down into Grasmere and finished at 19.40 at Burtharlyp Howe youth hostel. Great day although descent was hard on my kneesDazingdale07/06/2016
BGR Pup Jason & SproLittledave23/04/2016
From Grasmere awful conditions on top abandoned Fairfield etc and back to pub.mart079704/03/2016
On Charles Veggiebagger's final English Marilyn walk. Good crisp weather and the celebrations topped by the trig point unveiling! Jon Glew, Jenx, Douglas plus his lads in attendance. Tweedies bar afterwards.nordicstar28/02/2016
My final English Marilyn with attendant with Mad hatters top hat and construction of celebratory trig pillar sculpture. glorious calm weather fortunately. Fellow party goers, sons Toby and Jamie + Douglas law, John Glew, Rick Salter, Jenny Hatfield.vegibagger28/02/2016
A lovely bright crisp day for Charles Everett ie Veggiebagger's final English Marilyn walk with Jenny, Rick, Jon and a trio of Everetts, Toby, Jamie and Charles.Dugswell228/02/2016