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Hill number:16149
Height:254m / 833ft
Parent (Ma):2665  Lambrigg Fell
RHB Section:34D: Southern Cumbria
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Kent, Catchment Boundaries, Lune
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:SD 61141 91392
Summit feature:no feature: grass
Col:219m  SD608921  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 97
(1:25k) OL19S
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 27 users)ByDate of Ascent
have only lived near this Tump for 35 yearsjef16/05/2020
3/4 Knotts, then Firbank Fell, both from parking beside the Fox's Pulpit Quaker preaching site (interesting) and then Kirkbank and Summerhouse Hill. Uninspiring hills on a drizzly day but gets them donenickywood104/01/2020
Layby N side A684 (SD 6145 9171). Once in the rough pasture took a direct line to the hill top. Very windy, heavy rain and getting dark - 2 more on the schedule.jonglew28/11/2018
Rambling Ray16/08/2018
After a tedious trudge across a snow covered boggy farmers field one arrives at an agreeable plot of CROW land wherein a couple of circular walks can be made. Summit can be accessed quite easily by paths through the wood,but which are not marked on the OS map. Good dog walk apart from initial farmers field. Done with Fenton.Chris Terrey 20/01/2018
Solo. Easy bag from road to North. Obvious summit. Access Land, so no trespassing!Dangerous Dave22/10/2017
Wycombe Wanderer04/12/2016
Horrendously hard going alongside wood.ngthack10/10/2016
As per DG on warm summer's day.Lots of bracken on access land.Splendid views of Howgills.catman30/06/2015
From small layby on A684 to north at SD 61138 91812. Used public footpath for c200m then bee-line for summit. There is a gate/wooden fence at SD 61158 91455. No need to climb wall.David Gradwell17/04/2015
Edwin Gradwell17/04/2015
George Gradwell17/04/2015
Dash out to complete this, easy from minor road to NE, layby parking and FP.nordicstar08/02/2015
Layby and gate to N. Footpath up broad green track to gate (saves climbing wall) then left alongside forest, boggy and tussocks. Rough grass summit.Aye Jimmy25/11/2014
Easy from layby to NE. Choice of Fence or half ruined wall to traverse before final bit.Alan Caine01/11/2014
Dave Geere04/05/2014
Rough grass. Layby on main road to NE.RHW16/02/2014
A beeline from the double signposts on the A684 to the summit is feasible courtesy a well positioned gate in the wall below summit. Excellent parking.jimbloomer10/02/2014