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Name:Lazonby Fell
Hill number:16156
Height:247m / 810ft
Parent (Ma):2583  Great Mell Fell
RHB Section:35A: The Northern Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:North Pennines - Western Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Eden (Carlisle)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:NY 51797 38286
Summit feature:stone in clearing
Drop:80m
Col:167m  NY523374  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 90
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 14 users)ByDate of Ascent
From spot height 167 to SE, although very much overlooked by mapped (but unnamed) cottage up track in N direction. Up via field boundaries, back via track in wood, skirting to east of cottage. No issues.carole engel06/04/2019
accessed via track to SE. Pretty forest. A lot of small scale quarrying all over. Quite curious.jenx03/03/2019
Repeat w Jenx and Bryher using Jezís access route. Into quarry this time, still disused. Interesting pits around where stone was removed, now young trees growing in them.nordicstar03/03/2019
From south, then east along track, then north west on track then found the summit by trial and lots of error. It's a very definite flat, grassy clearing with a few bits of junk lying around. The rock's easy to identify from Jonglew's picture. Lovely forest. Not one for the dark or the bracken season.Wycombe Wanderer22/09/2018
Route as per peebs. Followed permissive path for about 170m then a bee-line for NY 5121 3969, which happens to be a boarded up estate building, hide perhaps. Did the site of the destroyed trig pillar first then the 1.7km down to the tump. Interetsing woodland, lots of old surface quarrying evidence. Visited all of RHW's observed high points, and a few others, lots of them there. There is a large boulder 10-15m S of the flat clearing which overtops it, so guessing that's the HP - NY 51793 38269.jonglew31/07/2017
From Whintonhill on A6 (convenient lay-by opposite) giving the only access to the Access land.The forest is so undulating that finding a top is pointless. The views from the ridge are good and the peaceful access land is worth the trouble even in 6ft bracken.peebs16/07/2017
The hill has recently been purchased for quarrying. No access from Scratchmere Scar farm. Suggest approach from road to SSE.jimbloomer07/06/2017
From Scratchmere Scar Farm. Useful car park and permissive path for the approach. (See http://cwr.naturalengland.org.uk/default.aspx?Site=7158) Bracken could be troublesome in summer.mae24/12/2016
Difficult to decide summit in overgrown woodland. Knolls everywhere and quarried pits (some 10m deep) lurking in undergrowth. Highest found was clearing with couple of pines and flat stone NY 51795 38286.Aye Jimmy19/10/2015
Via Scratchmere Scar, Scarfoot, forest edge. Lots of disturbed ground near summit areanordicstar17/10/2014
Flat clearing 248m NY 51784 38285 seemed higher; other candidates knoll 251m NY 51761 38456 with other points nearby; Knoll E side of tk 248m NY 51859 38596; 3m bund 231m NY 51908 38274 prob lower. RHW09/10/2011
GaryJones30/09/2017
mcbiydw215/01/2016
Dave Geere25/12/2014