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Name:High Seat
Hill number:2719
Height:709m / 2326ft
Parent (Ma):2716  Great Shunner Fell
RHB Section:35A: The Northern Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Yorkshire Dales - Northern Fells
County/UA:North Yorkshire (CoU), Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Eden (Carlisle), Ouse (York)
Watershed:Humber Estuary, St Bees Head to Ravenscar, Ardnamurchan Point to Lowestoft, Cardiff to Cape Wrath, Dover to Cape Wrath, Lowestoft to Duncansby Head, Land's End to John o' Groats, Solway Firth, The Lizard to Dunnet Head
Class:Hump, Simm, Hewitt, Nuttall, Buxton & Lewis,
Bridge, Clem
Grid ref:NY 80209 01261
Summit feature:middle of three cairns
Col:597m  SD818980  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 91 92
(1:25k) OL19S
Observations:Nuttall summit: other cairns are 90m NE at NY 80264 01331 and 90m SW NY 80161 01177
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 370 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Nuttalls 11.5 plus Sails. 9.69 miles 3h 40.clivevilla21/08/2019
With MS, from campsite in Muker, Pennine Way to Great Shunner Fell, over to Little Fell, Hugh Seat and High Seat with return following River Swale back to Muker.robertgn15/09/2018
Early start from a bivvy on Little Fell to beat the forecast heat. Thoroughly enjoyed the walking, helped by the gorgeous weather and relatively dry bogs. As much as I revelled in the expansive views and airy situation, Wild Boar Fell tugged at my heart up here. Returned to Archy Styrigg and descended Hell Gill with a long road slog back to Garsdale station, notwithstanding a pint in the lovely Moorcock Inn.Jake99426/07/2018
With Bryher from Outhgill. Fun climb straight up through steep edge. After that walked all the tops to Sails and back by the High Road and riverside path.jenx23/06/2018
From Outhgill. Parked by church room for 1 car. Up lane then PRoW to High Seat, then alomg ridge to Archy Styrigg,Hugh Seat,Little Fell and sails. returned by The Penine Bridleway.mart079705/04/2018
from Outhgill straight up tough 500ft on all fours solocolinfielding23/02/2018
Hugh Seat, Archy Styrigg, High Seatkeithouk04/02/2018
From Outhgill, then along ridge to visit Archy Styrigg, Hugh Seat and Little Fell [Sails]. With SCM. High winds and rain on descent.IanHHill17/10/2017
From Outhgill, with Roger Templeman. Searching for old benchmarks on a direct route up - steep on Mallerstang Edge. Lovely ridge walk S to Sails before coming back to the road.jonglew06/10/2017
With K; RM waited at car. Great view from Cross Fell to Pen-Y-Ghent. Followed faint track/ATV wheelmarks from junction of road and bridleway to N all the way to summit. Careless bank has some interesting evidence of quarrying and a slight zigzag track up it from the old works. Terrain between careless bank and summit denuded of peat.Ashley13/08/2017
From Pendragon castleSlash309/07/2017
soloAimless Rambler28/04/2017
From Outhgill, with Jeffrey, on a freezing day with very low visibility. Near whiteout.rfoster11/02/2017
2mFM Radio Activation HNP-012. Parked on roadside and walked over High Pike Hill. With Therese and dogs. nice day but a bit boggy.Petem0hqo22/10/2016
Early start 8am from pt 318m on Tommy Road. Climb alongside Gale Sike easy if not rough and fairly steep along the hush. Once above High Brae and in the mist was very glad to have the satellites guiding me. Rather featureless when you can see only 30 metres. Where the summit cairn? What is there is pitiful. Continued to Archy..stig_nest08/10/2016
Bare ground, gorgeous view, however was very windy so kept away from the edges. Part of northern dales horse shoe.Tom D11/09/2016
10 Mile walk from parking space at the Thrang, followed Pennine Bridleway past the sculpture and along to Hell Gill Beck, followed tracks up and across boggy land to Ure Head (Sails) cairn, then up onto Lunds Fell, and across boggy col up to Hugh Seat (the last mountain in the Dales we needed), then along to Gregory Chapel and High Seat we had previously walked in 2011, then descended steeply west down edge at Sloe Brae Gill to Outhgill and back along river to the Thrang. Perfect walking weather, high cloud and a breeze.DanTrig27/08/2016
With Cabesimon and co17/08/2016
With dadCubags10/08/2016
From high point on B6270. Followed ATV track all the way to summit. Quite dry and good fast walking.Campbell Singer09/08/2016
Climbed as part of route 11.5. Fantastic day out, windy on top but clear blue skies. Only saw three other people.dianepick16/06/2016
with ann martin and roger lots of snow on the higher ground and bog in areas but a lovely walk all the sameDarren-44305/03/2016
with ann kelly martin and rogermy-list05/03/2016
+ CLGSimonK29/08/2015
With Andy on a three day circuit from Kirkby Stephen.alistairpooler04/07/2015
Parked along the road in Outhwaite not easy parkingphilhythe21/06/2015
Done during the Yomp Mountain Challenge Race.Lykewake4207/06/2015
Parked in small space off B6259 near The Thrang then walked on road to Outhgill. High Seat-Archy Styrigg-Hugh Seat-Little Fell-Sails-Hell Gill Bridge-Lady Anne's Highway. On own.MorecambeMonkey02/04/2015
From Gregory Chapelrb27/01/2015
Family walk from the col.agentmancuso16/10/2014
Stayed at Ing Hall. Very wet!Arran2802/08/2014
TDF day, walk to ButtertubsCawth05/07/2014
parked at Outhgill - a little roadside parking available in the hamlet around NY783016 but not much. Followed faint paths east and climbed the very steep hillside between Headley's Gill and Sloe Brae Gill. Descended by the same route - didn't seem as steep coming down and not too difficultdicky bird19/06/2014
Walked on my own from Outhgill.Sun breaking through after a day which had been pleasant with white cloud and a light breeze.flockwatcher16/06/2014
Walked in mist and rain. Saw nothing.denisB5215/05/2014
High Seat, Archy Syyrigg, Hugh Seat, Little Fell, Sailsronaldo33317/11/2013
From B6270. Probably a track all the way but lost it on the flat section beyond High Pike Hill. Met up with Mark T and party at the top. Mark's completion of the English Hewitts.chrisbien31/08/2013
well done MarkTopographer5731/08/2013
Up here today on the occasion of Mark Trengove's English Hewitt completion. Windy, and not particularly warm, but still a good day for it.Alex C31/08/2013
2nd visit & 2nd taste of gin & tonic - urgh! Stick to malt.Smudge31/08/2013
There is room to park a few cars at NY 78318 00500. Climbed with Mark T and party, with gin and tonic at the summit to celebrate Mark's English Hewitt completion.Sprog31/08/2013
Parked in small car park off B6259 near The Thrang. Took Lady Anne's Way south for a few hundred metres, then east up through break in cliffs north of Hangingstone Scar onto summit of Gregory Chapel. Then north to High Seat for summit celebrations. Descent, steeply to Outhgill and back south along road to car park. My final English Hewitt.marktrengove31/08/2013
From Outhgill - With Mark Trengove on final english 'Hewitt'Buteobuteo31/08/2013
High Seat - Lovely Seattomd401/08/2013
Cloudy but warm day, started from Outhgill and completed a round starting with High Pike Hill, High Seat, Gregory Chapel, Hugh Seat, Little Fell and Sails then headed back to Outhgill along Lady Anne's Highway with Graham and Ruben. Dry underfoot.karencooke20/07/2013
From Outhgill on B6259. Very clear views and dry underfoot, the flora and fauna indicating that the ground is usually soggy.JohnStoneham13/07/2013
Well 15 years on, but from the South! Sails/Little Fell from Aisgill Moor Cotts. Along 'ridge' on grass track, damp in places but good running line (devious route but neat line, hard in mist). Not a ridge for the wet/windy days you get round here! To Hugh Seat/Styrig then simple jog up to summit and another bolt/ring! But not main cairn!! Muggy day, misty views - warm. Steep down through crags to Outhgill, Jew stone and left car.nordicstar19/06/2013
Parked near The Thrang. Old road to High Hall up to Sails, Little Fell, Hugh Seat, Gregory Chapel, High Seat, High Pike Hill, down to Pendragon Castle and return to car by riverside path. Grey but dry. with Natalie.PaulH11/06/2013