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Name:Scott Howe
Hill number:16242
Height:171m / 561ft
Parent (Ma):2528  High Street
RHB Section:34D: Southern Cumbria
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Far Eastern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Kent
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:SD 42582 92856
Summit feature:rock
Drop:35m
Col:136m  SD426934  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 96 97
(1:25k) OL7N
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 23 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Brown Horse in Winster Valley, Cat Crag then down to rhs of house with its own Lake!!, to minor road, along the BOAT, turn up into field when it levels via barbed wire duck under, then Undermill Beck Common, Easy down and across to Capple Barrow from this side, no need to get into conflict with the Golf course, then back via Gilpin Farm to pick up footpaths and bridleways up to Hart Howe, direct across with open gates onto Lords Lot. Then directly down into the Gilpin Valley, to pick up the footpath from Foxhole Bank (house) to reach Scott Howe, then back over directly west to pick up bridleway almost back to the pub. A nice route with do'able off piste bits!nickywood123/03/2019
Field gate at SD 4233 9266, room for a car. Quad track leads off to near the top.jonglew25/10/2018
Straightforward from SW.Wycombe Wanderer07/10/2018
Parked by the start of the footpath at a wall style, walked up through the Open Access land and crossed to the high point over a wire hurdle. Descent back to a gate on the lane is unimpeded. This would be the best way of ascent.JohnW23/03/2018
Approached from SE via bridleway from Foxhole Bank. Just over the crest crossed the wall through a wired gate. Easy ascent, through gorse at first but latterly grass. Summit wall crossed easily at hurdle. Easy grass descent in access land.Moorponder04/04/2017
Scott Howe from GR: SD 42229 92897ronaldo33320/03/2017
from near greenbank farmbriandiggle24/12/2016
Final one of the day, the mud in the lane near finished me off. Nice grassy top but limited view in the gloomnordicstar28/09/2016
Parked on very rough verge near gate to SE at SD 42297 92682 then as Aye Jimmy.David Gradwell25/04/2016
2 of 6 Tumps on a circular 3hr run from Bowness before 10.00 am. Paths. short grass and gates up from Winster-all very easy -although waterlogged mushy / slippery ground, - my innovate trail shoes just about getting a grip. Proper fell running shoes (eg Walshes) with studs would have been better-esp. on downhills. Wet feet as expected but wool socks kept feet warm.Chris Pearson08/01/2016
From NW, with Cat CragRHW18/04/2015
Gate and track from just NW of Brackenrigg. Track very wet at start, churned up by cattle. Delightful summit.Aye Jimmy27/02/2015
Straightforward approach from SW. Good parking on main road about 100m N of junction.jimbloomer03/09/2014
Rambling Ray08/11/2019
DC11main24/11/2018
mae16/01/2017
GaryJones28/11/2016
Edwin Gradwell25/04/2016
George Gradwell25/04/2016
Lucky08/12/2015
maknipe08/12/2015
peebs02/06/2015
Dave Geere17/08/2014