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Name:High Park
Hill number:5289
Height:247m / 810ft
Parent (Ma):2462  Blake Fell
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Western Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Calder & Ehen, Catchment Boundaries
Class:Hump, Tump (200-299m), Clem
Grid ref:NY 04294 21199
Summit feature:trig point
Col:128m  NY056207  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89
(1:25k) OL4S 303
Observations:ground 15m S at NY 04295 21183 is about as high
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 70 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From SW (P by rickety gate) - a bit tussocky in places. Good summit views.ger06/02/2020
What a b****r to finish a long day. Parked, as others by the rotting gate (but be sure to turn right immediately to avoid a boggy area just beyond|). No paths, tortuous sieves, deep channels and a summit that fails to get any closer however long you walk. Won't be returning.moorsman17/10/2019
Parked near gate at 038203. After 300 yds got across wire fence and then directly to the summit. A 30 minute solo return.bolton15/04/2019
No RoW over surrounding land. Designated open access area.Isbjorn08/09/2018
From spot height 202 to SW. Got disorientated in mist. Phone so smart it texted Mel to tell her I was at the cinema.Wycombe Wanderer01/09/2018
High Park from GR: NY 03786 22093ronaldo33329/04/2018
Good roadside parking at Studfold. Walked down to Keekle Head Farm, no-one about - except caged and barking dogs. Carried on, on muddy farm tracks to the dilapidated WWII vintage buildings. HP and trig pillar a short distance further in rough pasture.jonglew22/01/2018
As others, parked by rotting gate at 038203 - Over gate & made way up to barbed wire fence; plenty of tussocks & some boggy areas - Over fence & made way up to trig point, giving the 6 or 7 cattle a wide berth. Greeted by friendly farmer whos used to seeing trig point baggers. (S)gerrybowes01/01/2018
From Studfold, crossing fields just before Keekle Head Fm. to gain access land and a glorious viewpoint on a gently sloping moor with old mining ruins. We met a family exploring their new domain- they had just moved into the former pub at Studfold, another relic of the mining days. One couldn't help being noticed from the farm, as we set off all the dogs barking (4 x between us). No one seemed to care to confront us. With Murton Fell, this gave us a very pleasant transfer day between Eskdale and Keswick. With Pete.pwheeler30/09/2017
parked near gate across field with bwf to the top with renee.robertphillips27/05/2016
As others started from disused gate, out and back.rhalstead29/12/2015
From rough verge by gate at NY 03821 20315. Sneaked up on summit from west to avoid highland cattle. They seemed to be in a goring mood!David Gradwell25/08/2015
From rickety gate to SW passing over intermediate bump. One fence to step over.Aye Jimmy30/07/2015
Up from the gated entrance to SSW over the rough open-access land. The highland cattle kept a wary eye on me but no more.Father Ted24/07/2014
From SW near the Access Ground gate, avoiding flooded bog under the gate.Eddie18/04/2014
With Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie. I don't believe the owners know this is Access Land!Dangerous Dave13/04/2014
W Jenx from gate to South. Barbed wire fence now double deep! Misty day, many Highland cattle on summit. Rather dull concrete cast trig on top. Walked back same way, boggy underfoot many places.nordicstar09/02/2013
Climbed from minor road to the south.Lionel Bidwell04/03/2012
As CBdestaylor16/02/2012
With Teasdale family from gate at NY038203 using field to W (as per CB). Wind farm on summit soon I'm told!Smudge20/11/2011
Parked at gate to S (0483). You need to cross into the field to the W to avoid the barbed wire fence. Cattle just S of trig.chrisbien04/09/2011
From road to SSW via old gate and then over rough vegetation to trig on grey morning.Dugswell202/09/2011
Park at start of track leading to two farms. On tarred road then bridleway via 2 gates to flat tussocky top. 11.00arranc21/03/2011
Quick dash from south after leaving my wife in Whitehaven.chriswatson21/10/2010
From the southpeebs10/02/2010
Very wintry day, snowing on top. Parked at Studfold Farm and walked in.citygent11/01/2010
Trig point near ruined building. Space to park at gateway on road to south. Long grass, but easy walking over access land.PeteF31/10/2009
from road to south - access land mainly so only the smallest of trespasses - rough grassy topgigglejon24/04/2008
Clem bagging. From NE. Staying in nearby Mockerkin with Darren.Chris Pearson21/04/2005
dullish pleasantish hill (no view - drizzle). direct line from rd at 038203 RHW20/04/2002
Ben Rinnes03/10/2019
Edwin Gradwell25/08/2015
Alan Moore09/06/2015
Alan Caine15/02/2015
carole engel18/08/2014
David Purchase01/05/2014