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Name:Archy Styrigg [Gregory Chapel]
Hill number:2725
Height:695m / 2280ft
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:Nuttall, Subsimm, Buxton & Lewis, Bridge
(N,sSim,BL,Bg)
Grid ref:NY 80214 00353
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:28m
Col:667m  NY802007  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 91 92
(1:25k) OL19S
Observations:North top
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 325 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Nuttalls 11.5 plus Sails. 9.69 miles 3h 40.clivevilla21/08/2019
Moorcock Inn - Pennine Bridleway (over the River Ure) to The High Way passing High Dyke (ruined drovers inn). Followed Dove Gill fence over Bubble Hill - Sails summit (with its ring trig) 666 - Hugh Seat summit 689 - Archy Styrigg summit 695 - Hangingstone Scar - High Rig - Hell Gill Bridge - High Hall - High Dyke - then the Pennine bridleway back down to the Moorcock Inn.briandavies16/02/2019
u3asoftsquare14/02/2019
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. Wonderful wild walk along the watershed from Hugh Seat with beautiful hazy views east over the endless moors. Out and back to High Seat then down Hangingstone Scar and Hell Gill en route to Garsdale Station. Didn't see another person in the 22 hours I was on these hills.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
followed frozen path from high seat solo freezing windscolinfielding23/02/2018
Hugh Seat, Archy Styrigg, High Seatkeithouk04/02/2018
See log for High SeatIanHHill17/10/2017
Solo ridge walk from High Seat. Large cairn. On to Hugh Seat.jonglew06/10/2017
From Pendragon castleSlash309/07/2017
soloAimless Rambler28/04/2017
From High Seatrfoster11/02/2017
After High Seat the cairns on Greg Chapel were actually a tad more respectable. Glimpses of Mallerstang Edge whilst en route. Mist cleared by summit. Good path to and from. Heading for Little Fell.stig_nest08/10/2016
Lovely view to the SW. Gale force winds so couldn't linger as much as I'd like. 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 Cabe.simon and co17/08/2016
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
Followed the walk in the Nuttall mountain bookphilhythe21/06/2015
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
Stayed at Ing Hall. Very Wet!Arran2802/08/2014
TDF day, walk down to ButtertubsCawth05/07/2014
Walked on my own from Outhgill. White cloud with a light breeze. Great viewsflockwatcher16/06/2014
CJM06/03/2014
High Seat, Archy Syyrigg, Hugh Seat, Little Fell, Sailsronaldo33317/11/2013
Ascended prior to High Seat from car park near The Thrang on B6259 on my final E&W Hewitt walk.Man of Kernow131/08/2013
High Seat - Lovely Seat with Dad.tomd401/08/2013
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
Up Sails/Little Fell from Aisgill Moor Cotts. After tough approach easy along 'ridge' on grass track, damp in places but good running line (devious route but neat line, hard in mist)to Hugh Seat. Easy jog up to Styrig. Muggy day, misty views - warm.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
Up from Outhgill and then High Seat, Archy Styrigg, Hugh Seat, Little Fell and Sails. Down to Hell Gill Bridge and then back along Lady Anne's Way. Really windy today.tsharp16/04/2013
The way to Little Fell was over a vast, flat expanse of snow-covered ground. It was virtually certain that I was the only visitor to these fells today. Archy Styrigg has a large cairn called Gregory Chapel.peter4lc28/02/2013
Parked at small car park by gill at NY 78323 00506. Took Lady Anne's Way for a few hundred metres south, then steeply up moor to breach in crags at NY 80042 00252 and so to summit. This is now marked with a slab of limestone - placed there by me!Man of Kernow118/12/2012
Outhgill village on B6259 5 miles S. of Kirby Stephen – High Seat – Archy Styrigg – Hugh Seat – Little Fell – Hell Gill Beck – Hell Gill Bridge – Lady Anne’s High Way – Outhgill village. (Solo)gerrybowes02/08/2012
Hugh Seat, Gregory Chapel & High SeatNigelM09/06/2012
NUTTALL 184. AFTER 4 WEEKS IN THE LAKES WE MOVED CAMP TO SEDBERGH TO DO THE HOWGILL FELLS. ON THE 7TH DAY OF A BAKING HOT SPELL WE WENT UP PAST CAUTLEY SPOUT AND UP ENDLESS STEEP GRASS TO YARDALE, FOLLOWED BY THE SAME TO RANDYGILL TOP, THEN DOWN TO THE BECK. COULDN'T FACE THE ROUTE SUGGESTED BY THE NUTTALLS WITH ITS UPS AND DOWNS SO FOLLOWED THE BRIDLEWAY ONTO THE CALF AND THEN WENT OUT AND BACK TO FELL HEAD AND BUSH HOWE, DESCENDING VIA BRAM RIGG TOP AND CALDERS THEN DOWN THE SPECTACULAR WATERFALL PATH TO THE ROAD. SUPERB VIEWS. 7 NEW NUTTALLS.BURGESS27/05/2012
Enjoyable walk from Aisgill-High Seat-Archy Styrigg-Hugh Seat-Little Fell.With Oscar and Catman.rosiebridge27/05/2012
With Catman and Bridget.oscarrosie27/05/2012
Quick walk over from High Seat.The Team12/11/2011
Second ascent.thenomad09/09/2011
Dalesrail walk, leader Peter, via eastern Mallerstang ridge.JOHNS28/08/2011
Fourth top of a S to N traverse at around 3.30pm. The name is better than the summit which could be one of a couple of places so stomped around a bit.signyred22/08/2011
Bagged Archy Styrigg (Gregory Chapel) and High Seat from the lane that ends in the middle of nowhere behind, along with Nine Standards Rigg this is a nice 11.5 mile circular walk.DanTrig30/04/2011
With Ian Soulsby & Damian Lavery.Dangerous Dave23/04/2011