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Name:Ether Knott
Hill number:7698
Height:420.1m / 1378ft
Parent (Ma):2396  High Raise [High Raise (High White Stones)]
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Central Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Derwent (Workington)
Class:Tump (400-499m), Synge, Subhump
(Tu,4,Sy,sHu)
Grid ref:NY 26835 17158
Summit feature:grass on rock
Drop:97.8m
Col:322.3m  NY 2687 1591  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89 90
(1:25k) OL4S
Observations:ground 2m E is slightly lower
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 77 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
walked from Brund Fell top. impressive summit on top of grange fell. looks higher than anything else. plenty of midges on the actual summit topkeenwalker28/07/2018
Followed the trod alongside the fence from the south across the delightully named Joppletyhow Moss. Descent to the NE not recommended, steep, wet and loose !Moorponder16/04/2018
From Grange Fell with Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave30/03/2018
Definite HP on rocky outcrop in snowy heather. Deer sighted. Rain showers and lowering cloud.Denise 29/12/2017
Path through heather from the N. Grass/ heather topped knoll.RichardM29/12/2017
Borrowdale road - Brund Fell - Ether Knott - back over Brund Fell and downMark Jackson24/12/2017
Pleasant round of 5 hills from small roadside car park just N of the Grange turning. From Brown Dodd, and on to King's How.jonglew21/12/2017
Not much in the way of paths, just heather. Found a somewhat used path down to Watendlath beck between 2 cliffs and down grassy and greasy wood.Jhimmy13/08/2017
From NY257177: a circuit of Grange Crags, King's How - Grange Fell, Grange Fell [Brund Fell], Ether Knott, Brown Dodd and Shepherds Crag.summitsup08/04/2017
With: hb sb tp mt; Short "Mystery tour" from Surprise View with Trevor leading us through woods then up to Watendlath, returning over Grange Fell and Ether Knott, Caffell Side and Brown Dodd.Ian Baines19/02/2017
High Crag - Knotts - Great Crag (Stonethwaite) - Grange Fell [Brund Fell] - Ether Knott - Brown Dodd - Shepherds Crag from start at GR: 25542 14288ronaldo33307/01/2017
Tricky traverse from King's How, once fence and then wall heading north are reached stay on east side and they will lead almost to summit.ALHEJ Wilkins05/06/2016
From the double tiny car parks by the B5289 in Barrowdale at NY 25655 17665. Holm Fell (small detour) > Grange Crags (small detour) > King’s How - Grange Fell > Grange Fell [Brund Fell] > Ether Knott > Brown Dodd > Shepherds Crag (small detour). Terrain difficult from Brown Dodd to Shepherds Crag. Thanks to amblerbob for providing 10 figure grid references for the stile to access Holm Fell and the path junction & stile for Grange Crags.David Gradwell14/04/2016
As for Moorsman. Nice hill.arranc01/08/2015
Climbed from Watendlath. A long wet slog alongside the ridge fence, having to return the same way as the straight descent to the river is not feasible.moorsman06/03/2015
From Bowderstone CP with Lindsay, Andy, Jenny and Kevin and many othersCrib Goch29/11/2014
a circuit around Grange Fell with lots of friends, Martin, Ray, Richard, Andy, Jenny and Kevin, Lesley etc, Kendal Dave, Nick and Denise, Stephen and Jennifer, Rob.Lou29/11/2014
Rough underfoot from Brund/Grange Fell, but delightful summit. Continued to Brown Dodd.Aye Jimmy16/11/2014
With Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave21/10/2014
Climbed with a group before Jim Bloomer and Rob Woodall's final Birkett on King's How.Dugswell203/11/2013
Normally a quiet spot, but seemed a bit busy this morning!Smudge03/11/2013
Just one of the crowdMartin R03/11/2013
On teh Jim/Rob final Birkett lap, came here first with the group before Kings Hownordicstar03/11/2013
On Jim/Rob final Birkett.Eddie03/11/2013
Jim Bloomer and Rob Woodall completed Birketts today on Kings Howe, in company of Ann Bowker, Rick Salter, Jen Hatfield, Smudge Smith, Steve Gillion, Iain Brown, Eddie Dealtry, Michael Earnshaw, Doug Law, Martin Richardson, Carole Engel, Jonathan de Ferranti, Ken Whyte and me. From Watendlath,vegibagger03/11/2013
With Jo, circular walk from Watendlath: Puddingstone Bank, Ether Knott, Brown Dodd, returning alongside Watendlath Beck. Weather; overcast, warm, moderate visibility.amblerbob24/04/2012
Borrowdale Circular from Rosthwaite - Castle Crag, King's Crag, Brund Fell, Ethel Knott and Great Crag.nosdrahcir12/04/2012
jenx recovering from op. easy walk up from High Lodore, nr Black Crag, then Brund Fell and Ether Knott. Good scrambling en route. Back down via Lodore Falls to start at tea-rooms.nordicstar03/12/2011
Grange - Grange Crags - Kings How - Grange Fell - Ether Knott - Shepherds Crag - Lodore; five Tumps and one of the best half days' walks I've ever done. Great weather probably helpedMark Jackson11/04/2010
With Eire, Evan & Sail.Dangerous Dave28/03/2010
SoloPeteF26/02/2008
With Jo, linear walk from Grange: Cummacatta Wood, King’s How, Brund Fell, Ether Knott, Brown Dodd, descending to Mossmire Coppice onto High Lodore. Weather; high cloud, cool wind, good visibility.amblerbob05/11/2006
fine compact rock/heather summit (wind&rain but wd be fine view). grassy descent to FP to SE RHW17/04/2004
2ndAlaric05/09/2003
From/ to Watendlath day after Race the Sun marshaling. w Lesley,Darren, Bob, collecting Synges, and 400ers (and w/wright repeats!)heading into dusk on last tops - wonderfully rough craggy ground.Chris Pearson28/08/2003
Alan Whatley20/06/2018
Matt19/06/2018
andrew brown11/03/2018
phenderson4228/01/2018
MM14/07/2017
m0untain_n0mad08/06/2016
Wilkins Synges05/06/2016
Edwin Gradwell14/04/2016
pwithnall28/03/2016
parlick05/02/2016
chalky195314/11/2015
Hillsidenick11/09/2015
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