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Name:Pardshaw Crag
Hill number:16212
Height:191m / 627ft
Parent (Ma):2493  Low Fell
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Western Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Derwent (Workington)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:NY 10232 25630
Summit feature:limestone outcrop
Col:128m  NY103248  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89
(1:25k) OL4S 303
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 28 users)ByDate of Ascent
No RoW. Not in open access area.Isbjorn20/01/2020
Limited parking in Pardshaw. A path starts behind the telephone box which takes you upwards to the crags. Stile gets you over the fence surrounding the summit field. 20 minutes return.moorsman17/10/2019
From phone box. Although not Access Land, this hill seems to have easy access with landowners permission. Solo.Dangerous Dave05/01/2019
From telephone box as others.Big views from a small hill.catman05/10/2018
Convenient access just NE of phone box. Up the crags, over small stile and up more crags to good summit.Wycombe Wanderer01/09/2018
Pardshaw Crag from GR: NY 10353 25501ronaldo33328/04/2018
Parked at the Quaker hall. Steps at side of the phone box gives access to the field. A couple of interesting crags to cross.jonglew22/01/2018
Tucked car in just past the Quaker Hall. What a delightful little top.DC11main28/10/2017
Took Molly the Border Terrier, who we were looking after, on probably her longest walk ever as not the most enthusiastic dog for walking -4 miles evening walk in 2 hours- made slightly longer by parking in error at similar phone box at Pardshaw rather than Pardshaw Crag. Up steps and gate opposite Quaker meeting house - now also a Quaker 'bunkhouse'. - During popular times they used to hold meetings on the crag. A few nice mini limestone boulder problems to climb. Descended west to track (one fence) to horrid main road for 200m then lanes to climb Crag Hills -then came back same way (repeat ascent!) to minimise walking along the pavement-less main roadChris Pearson23/08/2016
Best hill of day. Parked by Quaker meeting hall, then up a good path line by wall to gain limestone ribs. Furthest one highest and good scrambling en route.nordicstar10/04/2016
As amblerbob. Thanks for the 10fig grid references.David Gradwell26/08/2015
From telephone box as described by amblerbob. Nice little hill.Aye Jimmy30/07/2015
From SE as per previous log, nice limestone hill. NB the Quakers prefer not to have their parking area used by all and sundry. I reckoned 5 minutes would be OK...RHW17/05/2015
Making the most of a day out in Workingtonmcbiydw210/07/2014
With Jo, walk from Pardshaw. Accessed top by using gate (NY 10353 25501) behind telephone box, ascending path and crossing fence by well built stile (NY 10286 25647). (Not entirely sure public allowed on hill but suspect, in times of old, the peasantry were allowed access to survey their master’s domain). Weather; sunny, warm, good visibility.amblerbob18/05/2014
Alan Caine27/10/2019
Rambling Ray12/02/2017
Lesley Atchison23/08/2016
andrew brown05/08/2016
Edwin Gradwell26/08/2015
George Gradwell26/08/2015
Dave Geere14/12/2014