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Name:Oakhowe Crag
Hill number:16095
Height:417m / 1368ft
Parent (Ma):2485  Lingmoor Fell [Lingmoor Fell - Brown How]
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Southern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Leven (Ulverston)
Class:Tump (400-499m)
(Tu,4)
Grid ref:NY 30294 05212
Summit feature:rock
Drop:30m
Col:387m  NY302050  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 90
(1:25k) OL6N OL7N
Observations:nearby cairn is slightly lower; rocky knoll 50m ENE is c.1.5m lower
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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From Blea Tarn car park - Lingmoor Fell, Oakhow Crag, then Side Pike, followed by a cold pint in the ODG, which looks as though it has not changed since we were last there in the mid-80s. Fab!summitter25/04/2019
WBMC coach tripsimonshrewsbury10/02/2019
From Old Dungeon Ghyll Hotel car park. Short round of hills: Side Pike -> Oakhowe Crag -> Lingmoor Fell -> Kettle Crag.jonglew01/02/2019
From Side Pike, across the heather,to tarn then up to HP, then on to Lingmoor Fell with A&C.PeterD27/12/2018
from side pike with a fellow hill bagger i bumped intocolinfielding26/11/2018
From Side Pike with ColinDC11main26/11/2018
From Elterwater NT car park after 4th visit to Lingmoor summit. This completes the Relative Wainwrights list per Haroldstreet websiteCrib Goch27/10/2018
Out and back from SIde Pike. Delightful little tarn.Eddie22/09/2018
Blea Tarn car park - Lingmoor Fell - Oakhowe Crag - Side Pike - Blea Tarn.Mark Jackson15/08/2018
With Jenx, Bryher and Timmo. From high point of road by cattle grid to West of Side Pike, traversing path taken to south of SP and join ascending path to col. Good tracks to Lingmoor, then heather thrash but downhill to Oakhowe col and climb to top, excellent viewpoint for Langdale. More heather and bracken around to wall then down to col below the crags of Side Pike. Nice skirting path through the boulder squeeze to gain path to summit of Side Pike. Easily down to car, some good easy scrambling on a fine circuit.nordicstar23/08/2017
A nice walk around on Lingmoor then over to Side Pike.jenx23/08/2017
Lingmoor Fell - Oakhowe Crag - Lingmoor Fell SE Top - Busk Pike from GR: NY 29565 04311ronaldo33306/07/2017
an extension to my breakfast run from Blea Tarn house over Side pike and Lingmoor Fell etcShutterlag03/05/2017
MVWFrank19/04/2017
Down from Lingmoor Fell with Damian, Clare, Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave15/04/2017
A landmark hill for me. One week into my 70th year and my final 400m English hill. This followed on from Tarn Crag, my final 500m summit. Still able to climb without any aches or pains, but for how long I wonder. Still plenty more 300m plus hills to go at now. On to my 80th birthday (I hope!!!)moorsman07/04/2017
A strange day emotionally being as this was my last day on the hills before my 60th birthday in a few days time. Six new DoBh summits in the bag on a wet and dreary day. So how do i fare for over 45 years of bashing the hills? Lots of aches and pains, especially when i try to get out of the car after driving home. Knees ok but the occasional twinge, niggles away. Arthritis in my ankles can make walking on stony ground quite painful. Fitness has dropped but i do like my beer and food. Having said that a five hour round trip today over difficult ground so things can't be that bad! Heres to the next decade and many more summits.thenomad10/01/2017
From Lingmoor Fell. Rough walk through deep snow and heather with Paul and Alf.Nice top great views Stunning day. A foot of snow on the fells from 800 foot. Wonder why Tim Synge missed this off his massive list?mick20/11/2016
With Lingmoor Fell from Little Langdale.jimbloomer10/05/2016
From Blea Tarn NT car park. Busk Pike > Lingmoor Fell SE Top (Pt. C.431m) > Lingmoor Fell > Oakhowe Crag > Side Pike.David Gradwell24/04/2016
With Jo, from Blea Tarn NT cp: Lingmoor Fell, Oakhowe Crag, Side Pike. Weather; generally cloudy with sunny intervals, mild, moderate visibility.amblerbob20/11/2014
Lingmoor Fell / Oakhowe Crag / Side Pike from ODG (last Wainwright)Jim Cooper15/11/2014
Raced up Lingmoor and Oakhowe Crag whilst waiting for Fraser to arrive for the weekend. Met Abigail at the car park beforehand. Slid back down from Oakhowe and hopped a couple of walls to make it work.stevem7625/09/2014
Absent from Tim Synge's book presumably because the 30m ascent is debatable. Fine viewpoint.peebs17/10/2013
My girlfriend idled by the tarn while I quickly ran up this with a bit of a scramble up some of the rocks.Jake99404/06/2012
This top has escaped the notice of Birkett and Synge. My final'Relative Wainwright' a list published in LDWA Strider of 30m drop hills above 1000feet in the Lake District.Chris Pearson12/05/2012
OK heathery summit(s), lovely view. from Side Pike FP to W, feasible to park at start RHW17/04/2004
Along with Side Pike and Lingmoor. Looking for rock for climbing.Aye Jimmy29/03/1967
Smog29/04/2019
benarbia_829/03/2019
andrew brown10/02/2019
David8402/02/2019
m0untain_n0mad26/03/2018
AlanD16/02/2018
MM18/07/2017
phenderson4202/07/2017
Matt12/06/2017
PeteF27/05/2017
The-Z-Man10/02/2017
GaryJones30/10/2016
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ngthack11/09/2016
George Gradwell24/04/2016
Rambling Ray03/07/2015
mae08/09/2014
Ianto&Sue01/09/2014
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Dave Geere27/10/2013