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Name:Arnside Knott
Hill number:3321
Height:159.1m / 522ft
RHB Section:34D: Southern Cumbria
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Far Eastern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Kent
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (100-199m)
(Ma,Hu,Tu,1)
Grid ref:SD 45612 77479
Summit feature:yew tree 12m SE of trig point
Drop:150.8m
Col:8.3m  SD 47125 76436  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 97
(1:25k) OL7S
Observations:trig point at SD 45602 77485 is 40cm lower; knoll 90m S is 75cm lower
Survey:Leica NA730/Leica 530
Survey of Arnside Knott (Final Rev 1).doc
Comments:New Marilyn May 2005. See Database Notes.
Change log:show changes for this hill entry
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill
Notes:
  • Lowest Marilyn in England

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 404 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From the car park to the west. Past the mountain view indicators to the top and grand views but not from the high point !NormanW06/06/2018
Beautiful hill with trig on top. Ascended from Arnside, easy path to the top. Fell ran down for fun. Ice creams at the bottom for recovery. With Mandy & GFEFionalevey27/05/2018
Walk from the station along Silverdale Road then on footpath - part of circular walk, back via coastal path to west into Arnside.JOHNS18/03/2018
From Arnside With RosieLongwojo28/01/2018
Lovely little hill. Quick up and down from train station. Turn left out of station for signed path. Rt at next road and then follow signposts. Afterwards I recommend coffee and cake at friendly (and refreshingly original) Jazz Expresso Bar directly opposite station exittrimarc209/01/2018
A good way to start the year with a walk from Arnside with Sue. Climbed many times before but perhaps not logged!Phreerunner01/01/2018
From the NT car park with those of the new year lot that weren't watching rugby. Along the estuary past Park Point and Arnside Point to the pub in Arnside foolishly leaving quite a climb back to the car park.Newton Maximus31/12/2017
A enjoyable afternoon walk after a late start.adrian34517/12/2017
With Debs and Talisker, from road parking to the North. Enroute back from BalaMountain Goat08/10/2017
As Gill, a number of paths available and had i not had an eye on the time id gave explored some more.. not a full panorama at the top..youve got to wander for the best views.stig_nest15/09/2017
From Parkside Drive ArnsideWestdenewalker10/09/2017
No. 2 of 7 M6 Marilyns on Bank Holiday. This one's an absolute gem of a hill. Lovely woods and then fabulous views of Morecambe Bay, Lakes, Bowland Hills, and Yorkshire hills. Climbed from lay by by Arnside Tower Farm. A limestone hill with a sandstone cap.Gill26/08/2017
SR, from NT cp, then onto Whitbarrow, (By car).Frank17/08/2017
With K and RM. Nice enough.Ashley14/08/2017
From promenade circular route via Nat Trust car park, viewpoint, trig & back via Red Hills wood.ianandbarbara31/07/2017
From Arnside, with Annacitygent05/07/2017
With Val. Parked in car park and easy walk to summit.mike.hoult24/05/2017
12/12 Great walk on sunny day with snow at height (Nab Scar/Heron Pike (Rydal)/Heron Pike North Top (Rydal Fell)/Great Rigg/Fairfield/Hart Crag/Dove Crag/High Pike (Scandale)/Low Pike/Scout Scar/Scout Scar (Wainwright Summit)/Arndale Knott)Fergalh25/03/2017
Good sized roadside pull-in (SD 4590 7734) also good for Middlebarrow Hill. RoW. Trig pillar approx 20m NW of HP.jonglew11/03/2017
3rd of six Marilyns around Kendal with AW. What a day! Very easy climb from car park to W.Mark Jackson22/12/2016
With MJ. See his description.AGWilliamson22/12/2016
From NT CPCrib Goch03/12/2016
From NT car park following easy path to trig (and yew tree) and back again. Views to die for both south to Morecombe bay and north to the hills.SS27/11/2016
With Jo, from NT car park on a lovely sunny morning with good visibility.amblerbob11/11/2016
Hazy sunshine.Peak Rambler30/10/2016
Blackstone Point, Far Arnside, Arnside Tower, Eaves Wood, The Pepperpot, Silverdale, Arnside Tower, Arnside Knott. Beautiful Autumn colours, sunny but chilly day.Lazylizzie22/10/2016
From National Trust car park SD450774. Good views.rogreeves13/10/2016
From Arnside Station and on to Silverdale.bevandy11404/10/2016
Third time up. This time from CP at road end. Lovely hill.jenx30/09/2016
Repeat with Jenx from the CP at 80m, lovely day and views for some milesnordicstar30/09/2016
From rough track to south (parking). Dry, warm, calm, overcast, good views all round.iangalbraith01/07/2016
From woodland Layby near churchyard to the NE. Easy evening walk up through the trees. Fine views over the Kent estuary, Lakes and Dales.N.Morters14/06/2016
With PedroLittledave25/04/2016
From NT car park. Much more like a hill than many higher Marilyns.squeegs24/04/2016
Up through the woods from the minor road to the south. Views of snowy Lakeland hills.Play2End06/03/2016
The UK's lowest marilyn I think? Arnside - New Barns Bay - Arnside Point - Park Point - Far Arnside - Hollins Farm - Arnside Knott(& Trig) - New Barns Bay - Arnside (Grey but no rain today in this flooded landscape - treated to a sun set though).briandavies28/12/2015
An easy walk and SOTA activation with Pete M0HQO and Dave G3TQQ.G4OOE25/11/2015
2mFM Radio activation. LD-058Petem0hqo25/11/2015
Arnside knott raceRonald22/11/2015
Arnside to Silverdale via Yealand Storrs. [2nd visit]Smudge11/10/2015
Climbed on way up to compete in Lakes in a Day UltraJim T09/10/2015
Nice easy climb from the National Trust car park to see lovely views over the estuary and to Morecambe BayGreevee16/08/2015
With Kiera, great weather, tea in weird cafe.Bigfiish19/07/2015
carpark then path cracking small hill.robertphillips18/07/2015
Got an energy burst after an early evening snooze in Arnside hostel so decided to mooch on up here.Alex C07/07/2015
from car park - making sure visited high pointBramley28/02/2015
Arnside-Arnside Knott-Middlebarrow Hill-Heald Brow-Trowbarrow-Thrang Brow-Cringlebarrow Hill-Yealand Hill-Warton Crag-Hunting Hill-Carnforthcampagvelocet19/11/2014
Arnside knott fell raceRonald16/11/2014
Easy up from carpark. 6th of the day off the M6 (starting with Walton Hill by Birmingham)AndrewFinnimore19/07/2014
Been up this more times than I can remember with LDWA walks - seems to be our favourite haunt!nickywood125/06/2014