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Name:Bleatarn Hill
Hill number:16125
Height:290m / 951ft
Parent (Ma):2454  Illgill Head
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Southern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Esk (Ravenglass), Catchment Boundaries
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:NY 16859 01363
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:32m
Col:258m  NY170019  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89
(1:25k) OL6N
Observations:cairn partially covers OS bolt in the outcrop below
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 43 users)ByDate of Ascent
From train stn car park, back along road to Boot then good fellside tracks. Boat How first then dropped down here. Took a direct route back to Boot - steep, rocky and bracken covered.jonglew13/08/2019
Places for 2 cars on the road near the entrance to Beckfoot Station and room for about 4 more 100m east. A straightforward and very pleasant walk along a good track to just beyond the col from where it is only a short hop to the summit. 3.42 km return, 1 pleasant hour.moorsman09/05/2019
A short diversion from the RoW.Alan Moore16/01/2019
Small carin, rivet, in low cloud, in complex area of outcrops and grass. Descending to Beckfoot from Burnmoor Tarn.Repeat ascent.Denise 30/12/2018
A day for a low level walk that took in Bleatarn Hill.Bernard01/11/2018
Eskdale Circuit. Debs and TaliMountain Goat05/08/2018
Pleasant afternoon stroll with Elizyanne while staying at Boot.GmacT27/07/2018
Bleatarn Hill from GR: NY 16872 00466ronaldo33328/10/2017
Fine weather, from Beckfoot halt. Decent little fell with its own tarn. Took route one to Boat Howe across mercifully semi frozen moongrass.Wycombe Wanderer05/01/2017
On a backpack.Came up from Irton Rd. 25 degrees hot work then took ridge west and north of Blea Tarn. Pathless and very rough deep tussocky ground dont recommend it. Camped under summit could see and hear Gas Riggs flaring out to sea. Found a newish dog lead if anyone on here lose it?mick14/09/2016
With Great Barrow from Bootjimbloomer16/05/2016
The first hill of the year following what seems like incessant rain since October. Still, it was good to get the legs going and a fresh but clear sky made it fantastic.Karmakarl03/02/2016
Up from Dalegarth Stn. On way to Boat & Great Hows. Been rude not to take it in.ngthack11/01/2016
A sunny morning becoming hazy with that indefinable smell of the sea, ozone and the earth breathing. Summit cairn now slightly bigger than in the photo of the fell.Karmakarl02/10/2015
Visited on a lovely morning prior to continuing to Boat How. Found the cairn in disarray for the sake of revealing the trig bolt. Rebuilt to leave bolt visible should folk wish to see it. Will post on TP:UK to ask for some sense in the hills....nordicstar01/10/2015
From Boat How, passing stone circles en route; there's a partly demolished cairn on summit rock and large OS bolt next to it.Aye Jimmy18/08/2015
K/J/C. Blue sky, Blackthorn and Gorse in flower. Another visit to out local top.Karmakarl01/05/2015
Boat How and Bleatarn Hill from Boot. Runbish ground east of Boat How but a nice path connects the two.Eddie14/09/2014
With Jo, walk from Dalegarth Station to Bleatarn Hill. Weather; generally sunny, warm, very good visibility.amblerbob16/05/2014
Nice walk up while staying at Boot.Walker Dan13/05/2008
Making the O-mapPeteN01/01/1970
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Dave McG13/08/2019
flockwatcher26/05/2019
RichardM30/12/2018
elizyanne27/07/2018
Matt15/06/2018
Craig6701/07/2017
mae26/06/2017
m0untain_n0mad23/06/2017
GaryJones06/08/2016
mcbiydw218/03/2016
jenx01/10/2015
peebs18/03/2015
Dave Geere04/01/2015
hillplodder26/09/2014
DC11main23/05/2014
pwithnall10/02/2013
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Jon F04/04/2012
Denise 31/12/2006
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