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Name:Summerhouse Hill
Hill number:16106
Height:334m / 1096ft
Parent (Ma):2665  Lambrigg Fell
RHB Section:34D: Southern Cumbria
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Class:Tump (300-399m)
Grid ref:SD 58266 92114
Summit feature:ground within 2m of trig point
Col:283m  SD586930  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 97
(1:25k) OL7N
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 53 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Parked at the top of the track to the north on the quarry road. Nice pull-in for a number of cars but watch out for the big trucks. Then south along the farm track between the quarries and a quick hop up into the field. Nice spot.Father Ted15/04/2019
With LunaBigNick05/11/2018
Parked across the road from quarry entrance, but could have gone down to start of the RoW (around SD 5882 9295). Good farm track running SW, short hop across a pasture. HP about a metre from the trig pillar.jonglew06/07/2018
After Lambrigg Fell from quarry entrance. Good path to within 100m of summit/trig.NormanW06/06/2018
Almost dark. Rain stopped, wind getting up: good for drying the smock.Wycombe Wanderer03/01/2018
Solo. Surprisingly pleasant!Dangerous Dave22/10/2017
Quick raid from the SE. Parking at SD 58712 91911, follow track then aim for fence on the skyline.DC11main10/11/2016
16.40 Pathway from north between quarries. Cold and overcast badly cement plugged vets of the trig pillar spider which I neatened up with a couple of minutes chipping with a stonevegibagger29/02/2016
With Jo, from A684 lay-by: Lambrigg Fell (both tops), then onto Summerhouse Hill. Weather; generally sunny, mild, good visibility.amblerbob29/12/2015
As others from quarry track to north.David Gradwell17/04/2015
W MC, parked in lane to quarry. BW /track in good order still, for how long though? Pleasant top with agree good views to South only!nordicstar07/02/2015
Track from NNE passing between two large and very busy quarries leads to trigpoint (FB S5516). Quarry to E of track not shown on current hill-bagging map.Aye Jimmy25/11/2014
Pleasant bridleway, fantastic views all round on a lovey sunny day.citygent29/10/2014
P at start of track from N.chrisbien26/10/2014
Up past enormous quarry. Tremendous all round views on a grand sunny day.With Oscarcatman06/06/2014
With Catman.oscarrosie06/06/2014
Bagged on a foggy late morning with Chris Watson.Dugswell214/03/2014
New 'waste disposal site' confused us in the fog. The bridleway is still extant and goes between old quarry and new WDS.chriswatson14/03/2014
The joys of Walking. A quarry blasting away to the west, the M6 thundering by to the east, wind turbines humming off to the north. Shame about the south .... it has quite good views!moorsman05/03/2014
Great for quarry enthusiasts, perhaps worth an approach from S.jimbloomer10/02/2014
Have done this once or twice while family are eating at Killington Services, it's only 20 mins walk up and back and better than an overpriced coffee.Jake99424/07/2012
Parked near quarry entrance then followed bridleway round quarry to summit.MorecambeMonkey03/02/2011
Summit trig visited on Spring into Lakeland LDWA walk run by an old friend Jim Bisham who had been on a Mera Peak expedition with me 10 years ago in 1997 . Did 3 different circuits from Old Hutton with Lesley at a trot returning for refreshments after each circuit.Chris Pearson14/07/2007
Turned off the A684 past Roan Edge Quarry entrance followed the footpath round the quarry rim to find the trig S5517Tony Hartry17/05/2007
First of many bad weather training runs from Kendal, over Benson Knott, The Planting, Lambrigg, Summerhouse Hill and return from new Hutton pounding the road.Eddie10/11/1983
Andy West30/03/2018
Rambling Ray04/06/2016
Edwin Gradwell17/04/2015
George Gradwell17/04/2015
Jim B25/03/2015
Dave Geere04/05/2014
Pete R21/05/2012
Alan Caine03/05/2010