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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)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (100-199m), Clem
Grid ref:SD 45612 77479
Summit feature:yew tree 12m SE of trig point
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.
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 491 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Easy walking from the car park, though got a little confused in the woods. Very hot with haze obscuring the distant views.James McKnight11/08/2020
From car park to W. Good views. Summit & trig point visited.CJM30/07/2020
Got photo of trigTheoGreen29/07/2020
Family walkthe_byrambletons04/05/2020
Steve Q21/03/2020
Easy walk from car park to W at SD450773. Final hill of the day, at sunset.Tony J29/12/2019
A W Bryan18/12/2019
Parked to the WSW in car park SD450773. Great views of the Lake District Hills in the distance from the view indicators', (views restricted at summit).David Evans09/12/2019
Climbed from Arnside seafront lovely walk on a beautiful morningrobert28/10/2019
Mike G08/10/2019
From layby on Silverdale rd to SE. Saw roe deer in woods.mart079705/08/2019
From th NT car park.TeasyChris23/07/2019
A quick walk from the car park to he viewpoint and then on to the trig point. Great views all around and we heard the tide siren going off too. Back down the hill to the fish and chip shop.ThomasJoseph26/06/2019
Approached from lay-by P to E. Super little tree covered hill with occasional views.ger05/05/2019
From Arnside - Holywell Ramblers weekendJohnIvor06/04/2019
with barnesy, kirsten and quinnyrobynetzan01/01/2019
From car park with C. Good views on way up, although not from trig or HP.PeterD30/12/2018
From the south during the Arnside Knott Fell raceCyclistno118/11/2018
Enjoyable walk up to the trigpoint and the viewpoint.Delta6820/10/2018
From Silverdale, while staying at Hazelwood, with ES.Roblex26/09/2018
Jill Robertson13/06/2018
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
Crawford Lindsay26/02/2018
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