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Name:Little Loughrigg
Hill number:16253
Height:155m / 509ft
Parent (Ma):2507  Loughrigg Fell
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Central Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Leven (Ulverston)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:NY 34382 03953
Summit feature:rock outcrop
Col:112m  NY340045  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 90
(1:25k) OL7N
Observations:rock 3m S is just lower
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 48 users)ByDate of Ascent
Straightforward parking and ascent from the road junction to the east.JohnW17/03/2020
A revisit after a walk around Loughrigg Fell. Through gap in wall and along trod through dead bracken to pleasant summit. With Alfie.Dangerous Dave01/03/2020
3/6 From Pelter Bridge, Lanty Scar and Fox How, both on Loughrigg East Slopes, then Little Loughrigg, over to Cumbria Way to Park Fell, then back via Cumbria Way to Great How and Fletchers Wood, back via Loughrigg Terrace to Rydal. Nice winter walk, quite a bit of climbing, bit pooped!nickywood129/12/2019
11 am, 10 degrees, overcast, north wind making it feel colder. Vey quick via good path (might be hard to find in bracken season) from road junction to east. Superb viewpoint.Wycombe Wanderer05/11/2019
With Sue from Skelwith Bridge, nice day after yesterday on Weatherlam.Frank03/03/2019
Glorious still Monday afternoon after Order of the Cross gathering at Glenthorne Quaker guest house finished.vegibagger26/11/2018
From minor road junction to NE - plenty parking spaces. Cracking little top, brilliant views. This ascent would be a nightmare in bracken season.Crib Goch27/10/2018
From Skelwith Bridge via a gate gap in the wall at NY34550398 and following vague sheep paths through bracken jungle. Small hill - hard work.summitsup29/07/2018
Lanty Scar - Fox How - Todd Crag - Little Loughrigg from E (Miller Bridge on minor road to W of Ambleside). Pleasant route.RobertP31/12/2017
From Elterwater on a round of Little Loughrigg - Todd Crag - Fox How - Lanty Scar and Loughrigg Fell in the snow, staying just below the cloud base. This one from the road to the East through dead bracken.PeterD29/12/2017
Little Loughrigg - Todd Crag - Fox How - Lanty Scar from GR: NY 34561 03978ronaldo33322/03/2017
Lovely summit. With Eire, Evan & Alfie.Dangerous Dave27/12/2016
With Andy and Alf. Wall climbing required from Public Footpath through holiday park.mick10/05/2016
Todd Crag, Fox How, Lanty Scar, Loughrigg, Little Loughrigg - Solo - baking hot, cloudlessdads20/04/2016
On a small round of Loughrigg related hills, this the first. From the rip-off car park a little NW of Skelwith Bridge.jonglew26/02/2016
From road junction to E. Multi parking options. Suggest outwith bracken season.jimbloomer23/02/2016
From East on cool,clear day.Pleasant spot.Good job bracken is dead!With Oscar.catman12/02/2016
With Catman.oscarrosie12/02/2016
As per Rick's logRHW05/07/2015
From Neaum Crag complex w RHW on a brief stay there. Park at top of road and simple use of FP and through bracken to summit. Fallen down wall helped access. Great views of Loughrigg.nordicstar05/07/2015
Visited from footpath thru Neaum Crag caravan site.citygent07/05/2015
Easy parking at junction to east.Aye Jimmy21/03/2015
A magical day of hard frost, blue sky,snow on the higher tops,low winter sunshine (great light) and low fog stretching over Ambleside and the length of Lake Windermere. We failed to find a way up from the fp through the chalet park on west but a low wall corner on east alongside road gave access to a 10 minute thrash through a tangle of crunchy frozen dead bracken. A long 4 miles back to the car at Glen Mary, thankfully on paths through fields & woods alongside the Coniston road, but in the icy shade. (L wore her 4 season duvet jacket with hood up all the way!)Chris Pearson29/12/2014
on run from elterwaterredeaston15/04/2014
Good parking at NY 34565 03969. An excellent circular walk taking in Todd Crag, Fox How, Lanty Scar, Rydal Cave, Loughrigg Terrace. Lunch by the shore of Loughrigg Tarn and last but not least up to the summit of Little Loughrigg. Four Tumps on a family walk! All the tops can be easily bypassed by none hill-bagging family members.David Gradwell14/04/2014
Had a morning spare on trip to Ambleside with friends from church, so went for solo P30 walk. A truly odd one; Ambleside - Fox Ghyll - Lanty Scar - Tarn Foot - Little Loughrigg - Skelwith Bridge - Park Fell - roads back to Ambleside just in time! Very snowy.Mark Jackson08/12/2010
Neil Midgley26/02/2020
Neil Haslewood14/01/2017
Rambling Ray22/10/2016
George Gradwell14/04/2014
Edwin Gradwell14/04/2014
Dave Geere08/12/2013
Alan Caine10/01/2010