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Name:Blaze Fell
Hill number:5307
Height:242m / 794ft
Parent (Ma):2583  Great Mell Fell
RHB Section:35A: The Northern Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:North Pennines - Western Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Eden (Carlisle)
Class:Hump, Tump (200-299m), Clem
Grid ref:NY 49626 43304
Summit feature:trig point
Col:132m  NY514429  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 86
(1:25k) OL5N
Observations:(recently) man-made quarry spoil heap 65m SSE (NY 49656 43243) is higher
Survey:Abney level/KR 2x Hand Level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 85 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Pleasant stroll up from the permissive Path to the East. Very nice hill with grand views. What a nice welcome compared to Wan Fell and Brown Rigg. Met the farmer he was very welcoming and chatty even in post covid times.nickywood113/06/2020
With Catman.oscarrosie06/02/2020
From east on permissive path.Unusual summit area but grand views.With Oscar.catman06/02/2020
As others from east. Quarry area has a new fence.PGCE26/05/2019
Using the permissive path from NY507436.summitsup28/04/2019
Printed this off in 2015 but only did it today-from ENE on permissive path. Very atmospheric top in ruined sandstone quarryMark Sims24/04/2019
18:00 and my last fell of the day. Also the only Hump and it earns its status - a mini massif. Parked at works entrance to SE and followed track. Thought I'd get told off by farmer on atv but didn't. Followed cairns that, given the size of the boulders they were made from, I presumed had been made by giants, for I could not conceive how else they could have been built. Upon reaching the summit area I realized that it was a disused quarry wondered if perhaps some mechanical device had, in fact been used. Reclaimed by nature :o) Gazed across the appropriately named Vale of Eden, bathed in evening sunlight. A fitting end to three good day's walking.Wycombe Wanderer21/04/2019
Approach from E along permissive route. Lots of red sandstone boulders & spoil heaps around summit area - at least one boulder stack looks higher than summit. Distant views unfortunately in mist.ger07/04/2019
Good verge parking to E. at high point of road at 508437 - Through gate opposite & followed permissive path across sheep pasture to quarry access gate at 498432 - Path through disused quarry to spoil heap (the high point) & then a short distance to trig point. (S)gerrybowes10/10/2018
With K from east. Easy access from E or N. Remnants of old newt fence around part of semi-active quarry at summit.Ashley22/04/2018
From 164m spot to east, parking at roadside. Interesting summit area. Galltywenallt07/12/2017
11/11 (Graystones (Birkett)/Graystones (Wainwright)/Widow Hause/Broom Fell/Lords Seat/Kirk Fell(Lorton)/Caer Mot/Caer Mote/Sandale Hill/Faulds Brow/Blaze Fell)Fergalh26/11/2017
Permissive path from easthillsman05/10/2017
Morning ascent with Jenx and Bryher from access point to North by the spinney.nordicstar05/08/2017
Interesting top amongst the quarrying.jenx05/08/2017
Permissive path from minor road to NW. Trig pillar at top. A few very large boulders on top of each other form a slightly higher point to the SE, but stacked by the hand of man.jonglew30/07/2017
As per Smudge's northern route from access board on the roadside. Aim away from pylons to near break in the copse at NY490436.Eddie26/06/2017
Access gate from high point on road to east. A pleasant walk following a trod up through fields of newborn lambs. Access gate to quarry at top. Surprisingly easy access. Even dogs on leads welcome! Solo.Dangerous Dave29/04/2017
across fields from the north.robertphillips29/07/2016
Good parking on grass verge of A6. Farm track with frisky cattle thankfully on other side of fence. Waded through ferns in open access land onto summit plateau for easy walking to trig point and various heaps of spoil.Campbell Singer12/10/2015
Signposted path from east to sandstone mess mangled by machines.alda11/03/2015
Followed permissive path from East, pleasant littlehill.rhalstead21/04/2014
From N. Easy parking. No path, but access allowed. Still very wet underfoot.Minto18/01/2014
Easy parking at beginning of track as below. Interesting summit. Been busy bees.destaylor20/09/2012
Used northern access route as suggested by Smudge. Good route on lovely blue sky afternoon.Dugswell205/03/2012
Up from Access point to North on Hesket - Armathwaite road at GR NY488440. Nice approach over field and through new plantation. Avoiding possible quarry access problemsnordicstar26/12/2011
Parking next to wood and signposted permissive path from E. Very soggy underfoot especially in gateways, despite being on short grass. Trig at edge of quarry.Aye Jimmy04/12/2011
Walked up from parking spotLazySteve19/11/2011
Dawn ascent from Armathwaite station via eastern permissive path. There is also a northern one starting just E of the spinney (488440). Map of Cumbrian paths to Open Access areas on Council website.Smudge28/10/2011
Earth bank S of trigPeteF18/07/2011
Parked by the side of a busy road on a common. Over a gate and cow pasture to a gate in the top BWF. Faint paths on rough ground through new wood to see column half a mile away. Top at 12.45. 7001. Cross Fell and Blencathra.arranc26/04/2011
Took track from west. More access land with no obvious means of access! Easy enough.chriswatson15/04/2011
Parked at start of permissive path 508 437. The fields have been split up with new fencing. Met farmer on tractor coming through a new plantation. This lead to the quarry.chrisbien17/07/2010
There is a permissive path from 5079343721 making this a great walk. Rewarded with good views back to the lakes. Falling back in love with the Humps after doing Quarrystome Bank.andrew brown04/10/2009
Climbed whilst bagging Clems hills. Access up track from west felt a bit uncertain but no one around so no harm done.Chris Pearson21/04/2005
Many, many ascents from Nord View.iredale01/09/2004
pleasant hill, fine view, many gritstone mines on summit plateau. tk from W then pasture to summit RHW16/11/2002
cumbria mammoth08/10/2018