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Name:Kellet Hill
Hill number:16276
Height:134m / 440ft
Parent (Ma):2682  Hutton Roof Crags
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Lancashire (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SD517692 (est)
Col:88m  SD522690  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 97
(1:25k) OL41W
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 29 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked next to steps at start of fp in Over Kellett. Proceeded south to summit overlooking vast quarry.Campbell Singer19/01/2020
Parked in pub car park, to NNE. RoW leads up to Kit Bill Wood, over a quarry gate to the quarry edge. Lot of activity down below - all lit up. Original summit was 10m higher at SD 51703 69276, 100m further W.jonglew04/12/2019
followed footpath from Over Kellet, parking near pub. up steps and then over sheep fields. Follow quarry edge, lots of unfriendly signs, and peer over steep sided quarry. Not operational today but some flood lights are on. Agree with Carol regarding HP, other point now quarried away.Denise 23/11/2019
Quoted summit now quarried. Current new summit adjacent new quarry track along quarry rim SD 51800 69253.No access weekdays due to active quarryingcarole engel15/09/2018
Up footpath from Over Kellet. On own.MorecambeMonkey25/01/2018
From Over Kellet village, nice signage. Agree Rob's boulder probably current HPnordicstar22/08/2017
Parked car in Over Kellet village. Solo.ADT03/08/2017
Nursed a hangover, watched the tennis, decided it was such a beautiful evening I'd go for a stroll. 20:30, short detour from footpath. Some hole! Mind the crevasse. Walked along the man-made stony ridge and pretended it was Foinaven. Not one for the dark.Wycombe Wanderer16/07/2017
As others. Parked in village at SD 52048 70035. Little point providing a 10fig summit GR till all the quarrying work has finished. By that time hill-bagging as we know it will probably have been banned!David Gradwell16/06/2016
Never ignored so many danger signs. And me a retired Health & Safety Officer.ngthack09/05/2016
Boulder at brink of cliff appears to be hp currently, a bit further out than current GR10RHW05/03/2016
From Over Kellet. Parking in road at start of path.jimbloomer29/08/2015
Tall gate no problem, despite huge DANGER signGordonAdshead28/11/2014
Ample parking in Over Kellet opposite village store. Steps just past pub lead immediately onto pleasant open fields. F/p into wood, enormous ash tree by gate. Soon f/p goes left so go over high gate and follow wood up above vast working quarry. Highest natural point inside wood at mossy limestone bench, tiny mossy cairn by ash tree.Aye Jimmy13/10/2014
Used the footpath from the NE after the pub. Then crossed a tall wooden gate to inspect the quarry edge on a grey Sunday morning with Martin Richardson.Dugswell208/12/2013
Topless Tump - it has been decapitated. Shuffled off its mortal coil. Getting there involves ignoring numerous 'danger' signs. The main danger being dugswell in the lead.Martin R08/12/2013
andrew brown13/04/2018
Steve Q11/08/2017
George Gradwell16/06/2016
Edwin Gradwell16/06/2016
Dave Geere23/01/2016
Alan Caine15/08/2013