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Name:Bram Rigg Top
Hill number:2739
Height:672m / 2205ft
Parent (Ma):2732  The Calf
RHB Section:35A: The Northern Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Yorkshire Dales - Northern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Class:Buxton & Lewis, Bridge, Deleted Nuttall
Grid ref:SD 66834 96461
Summit feature:no feature
Col:657m  SD670962  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 98
(1:25k) OL19S
Observations:a single stone 10m WSW at SD 66824 96458 is 0.19m lower
Survey:Leica NA730
Survey of Bram Rigg Top.pdf
Comments:Drop measured by line survey
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 483 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From Bush Howe. On to Calders.Wycombe Wanderer06/02/2020
From Cross Keys on a perfect winter's day with Martin66, Shaky, Smithy & Otis. Followed path to col with The Calf & then up on to Yarlside's S top to the summit. Dropped back to the col following path that becomes a track to summit of the Calf. Then round Bram Rigg Top, Calders, Great Dummacks, trending N along top of cliffs & across the top of Cautley Spout. Back down the steep path & out.NotReallyABagger31/12/2019
andrew brown13/10/2019
Up from sedbburgh. Revisitcjo08/09/2019
SLMM 2019Eggletina06/07/2019
A walk over the grass to this now very breezy so quickly onto the Calf and then new territory north.JOHNS09/06/2019
walked up from cross keys ph via Cautley Spout with Lakeland Meet up groupiannotts19/04/2019
Up from Beck House on a murky day. Fifth top on a round of 8 to complete the Howgill subset. From The Calf and on to Calders.jonglew06/01/2019
Cross Keys Cautley Yarlside Kensgriff Randygill Bowderdale Langdale Windscarth Fell Head Bush Howe The Calf Bran Rigg Top Calders Great Drummacks Cautley Crags Cautley Spout Cross KeysAndy Hirst01/10/2018
Mark Sims01/10/2018
With MS, from lay-by at Cross Keys, to Cautley Spout, Calders over to the Calf, and back down to car.robertgn14/09/2018
parked in sedbergh, road to lockbank farm then good tracks/paths all day down to cross keys, picked up bike and cycle back to sedbergh. winder, arant haw, calders, bram rigg top, the calf, bush howe, fell head, yardside,robertphillips04/08/2018
Started from The temperance inn and past Cautley spout and onto The Calf, Calders and Great DummacksWayne Mac14/04/2018
From Sedbergh by Settlebeck Gill to Arant Haw then on over Calders to The Calf. Returned by Bowderdale Head and Cautley then down valley to Sedbergh.SS02/12/2017
Up to the Calf from layby North of Cross Keys. Then onto Bram Rigg Top and Calders. Return to the east of the Calf and along ridge(Dales High Way) to Hazelgill Knott. Descended off track down into Borrowdale to return to Cross Keysmart079725/11/2017
Cross Keys > Cautley Spout > Force Gill Beck > The Calf > Bram Rigg Beck > Calders > Red Gill Beck > Cautley Spout > Cross Keys. Set off pre sunrise, cloudy at first but sun broke through quite quickly. Solo walk.johnkaysleftleg05/11/2017
From Cross keys along Cautley Holme Beck, then v steep steps up side of Cautley Spout Waterfalls-pathe then follows Red Gill Beck & Force gill Beck to the coll-easy path up to The Calf, back to Bram Rigg Top, Calders, Arant Haw then down Dales Highway to Sedbergh. Mixed cloud with some warm Sunny spells- light breeze, good viewsapricorum08/10/2017
Climbed with Clowes and the Spooner brothers.RichieRambler30/09/2017
Nuttall walk. Some difficulty with stream crossings due to recent rain. Paddling requiredRuth09/09/2017
WBMC Howgills meet. From Sedbergh, wit JD, DH, PS and Will ?John Lee08/09/2017
4 of 6 Winder - Arant Haw - Calders - Bram Rigg Top - The Calf - Hazelgill KnottStormcrow26/05/2017
A Howgill stomp - parked in small layby Howgill Lane (209 - at end of track onto Winder - Howgill Lane to Gate side - Castley - White Fell - The Calf - Bram Rigg Top - Calders - Rowan Tree Grains - Arant Haw - Winder (we lingered in the clear blue darkening light as it turns orange then red then a dark slate grey as night envelopes us) - but it is only a short walk back to the car.briandavies05/12/2016
From Joss Lane Car Park, Sedbergh (SD 65916 92184) - Winder - Arant How - Calders - Bram Rigg Top - The Calf - Bush Howe - Fell Head - Linghaw - Brown Moor. Long road walk back to Sedbergh.david23020113/10/2016
Weekend at Kirkby Stephen. With Walking Group from Cross Keysclimbingkershaw24/09/2016
Not bad. Slightly overcast when there, views to NW pleasant.Tom D16/08/2016
Curly & Shirley14/08/2016