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Name:Great Coum
Hill number:2784
Height:687m / 2254ft
RHB Section:35B: The Central Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Yorkshire Dales - Southern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Lune
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Hewitt, Nuttall,
Buxton & Lewis, Bridge, Clem
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,Hew,N,BL,Bg,Cm)
Grid ref:SD 70087 83583
Summit feature:small cairn with wooden post
Drop:221m
Col:466m  SD723819  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 98
(1:25k) OL2W
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 515 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Onto Crag HillJack Richards09/03/2019
From road end at 723823. The surfaced track stops after 2k and becomes a bog. Descending from the summit I managed to step up to my knees in a horrible bog which looked quite innocuous. This East side of the hill is quite wet in places.NormanW23/02/2019
From Leck House, good roadside parking 150m before end of the road. Mapped track NE continues to the ridge line. Picked up Green Hill first. From here on the the Crag Hill trig pillar; Gragareth on the return.jonglew05/02/2019
Round Circuit with u3a groupsoftsquare11/10/2018
From Leck via Crag HillCyclistno129/08/2018
Climbed via Occupation Road and up grassy hillside to County Stone.peter4lc04/08/2018
green hill and great coum from white shaw moss, parked at entrance to bridleway, mostly on good tracks and paths.robertphillips03/08/2018
From Leck House Farm. Gragareth, Green Hill, and Great Cowm. Mist and mizzle was forecast and expected. The torrential downpour wasn't. New boots stood up to their first real test.Longwojo16/06/2018
Great Coum > Crag Hill from GR: SD 72323 82254ronaldo33309/06/2018
From Yordas CaveSlash308/06/2018
Leck fell house > Three men of Gragareth > Gragareth > Green Hill > Great Coum > Crag Fell > Ease Gill > Leck fell house Sunny but quite hazy, ground fairly dry following fine weather of late, just me and H. Only saw two other walkers in Ease Gill.johnkaysleftleg19/05/2018
4th hill of the day, ridge walk from Gragarethdanielmudd198228/04/2018
With Jacqui and Hil from Leck (near Cowan Bridge). Lot of bogs and some great limestone featurespatriciagill30/09/2017
With SR, SMC group walkFrank16/09/2017
great walk but not from the bookDarren-44320/08/2017
Gragareth, Green Hill, Great Coum, and High Pike from Yordas Cave, blustery day, with FrankLou05/08/2017
From Gragareth along the ridge. Boggy in places, but passable.Peter_W_Mitchell 16/07/2017
With K in mist and rain. Very tired. Pedestrian gates scattered across hill; very useful.Ashley12/06/2017
Fellsman, 2017cackleberry29/04/2017
From 724824, High Pike -> Great Coum -> Crag Hill -> Green Hill -> Gragareththe_adam22/04/2017
Happy birthday to TomHalls4214/04/2017
Me, grim weatherTonyandsue04/03/2017
From DentNeilb25/09/2016
With Cabe.simon and co19/08/2016
With dadCubags19/08/2016
With Ted.zaul_uk18/08/2016
From gargareth on to crag hillemily03/07/2016
From Leck Fell House Farm, up track to Green Hill, Great Coum and back to Gragareth, in cloud at times. (With MS, CD)robertgn26/06/2016
3/9 Third of Nine (Gragareth/Green Hill/Great Coumb/Crag Hill/Yearsley Cross/Danby Hill Moor/Gisborough Moor/Quarry Hill/Boy Hill)Fergalh25/06/2016
From Ribblehead to Ingleton via Whernside, down to Whiteshaw Moss, up via High Pike to Blea Gills followed wall up to Saddle of Fells up to Great Coum then back & along long long wall to Green Hill then Gragareth, down by wall to Tarberry Road down through Limestone crags to top of waterfalls walk down to Ingleton, mostly cloudy but mild, drizzle & occaisional heavy rain.apricorum11/06/2016
Parked on verge to east at start of ROW. Quick detour to High Pike then upto Green Hill & along ridge to summit. Followed wall down to ROw, but track from bottom of wall to left hand bend was awful, much better to stay on ridge if returning this way.mart079708/06/2016
OtisGlenford19/05/2016
3rd nuttall of the day after a detour to crag hill solo walk then followed the wall down to a good path but had to climb a wall with barbed wire to reach the pathcolinfielding05/05/2016
With G. Yordas Cave > Gragareth > Green Hill > Great Coum > Green Lane Track > High Pike > Yordas Cave via road.RT197002/05/2016
A nice circuit from Tofts and the Occupation road to the Nun House Outrake track. Direct up the wall via Little Combe, and the edge of Great Combe. Steep but surprisingly dry. Back over Crag Hill, straight down from the trig, across the bog and home via the track.Gill16/04/2016
2mFM radio activation. NP-011.Petem0hqo20/03/2016
Done solo. Cloudy - quite thick on this summit. Snowing on descent. The existing snow and ice were of no use for underfoot conditions as it was not cold enough.Aimless Rambler11/02/2016
Also included Gragareth and Green Hill, starting from Leck Fell on a wonderful snowy winter's dayoldbagger2713/01/2016
Revisit with SG on a Barbondale horseshoe from Blindbeck Bridge.Smudge31/07/2015
12.2 from the book.dianepick21/06/2015
As part of a circular walk: Gragareth, Green Hill, Great Coum and Crag Hill. From parking space near Leck Fell House. Appalling weather, especially for June- high winds, thick mist at the top, 20 meter visibility. Very boggy, I wouldn't want to attempt this in winterLazylizzie05/06/2015
2mFM Radio Activation NP-011.Petem0hqo15/05/2015
On FOSCLA (Friends of Settle Carlisle) guided walk. Beautiful weather. Over valley from Dent station, caught-moles hanging from fences, and into Dentdale, then up. Return into Dent village for pint in Sun Inn and 564 bus back to Dent station. Excellent views of Calf Top especially.JOHNS18/04/2015
A circuit of Great Coum and Calf Top from Barbondale. Route and write-up at: http://gayleybird.blogspot.co.uk/2015/04/great-coum-and-calf-top.htmlGayle05/04/2015
from Bull Pot via Crag hill trig. an uninspiring summit in todays clag. not much of a cairn. lots of wall rebuilding evident around here - off to Gragareth next.stig_nest03/04/2015
A 3 Trig - 3County walk - Hunts Cross Quarries - Tow Scar (& Trig - North Yorks)- Irbey Fell - Dodsons Hill - Gragareth/Green hill(& trig) - Lancs County Top)- Coal Pits Hill - Crag Hill (& Trig - Cumbria) - Great Coum - Binks Brow - Blea Gills - Deepdale Lane - kingsdale Head.briandavies27/02/2015
from Dent via flinter gill. also did crag hillbengrant6615/12/2014
With Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave21/07/2014
From Green Hill.Newton Maximus26/06/2014
With Mum, Dad & Becky, staying in Dent.Grinner05/04/2014