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Name:Heversham Head
Hill number:16290
Height:126m / 413ft
Parent (Ma):2665  Lambrigg Fell
RHB Section:34D: Southern Cumbria
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m), Clem
Grid ref:SD 50210 83846
Summit feature:moss covered limestone pavement
Col:53m  SD510846  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 97
(1:25k) OL7S
Observations:summit is 40m NNE of trig point; top 40m WNW at SD 50167 83858 is as high
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 50 users)ByDate of Ascent
Nice perambulating from NE and back.Eddie02/05/2020
Parked to ENE and followed well trodden track through the woods to the gate by the mast. HP short distance further. Also visited the trig.PeterD30/12/2019
As Nickywood1. Pleasant top with good views, slim recompense for election outcome.Bramley13/12/2019
With Smudge.Dugswell222/11/2019
Car bagging with Dugswell. Circuit from Heversham Church.Smudge22/11/2019
Walked up from Heversham Church, using the lane beside the church and then third footpath on the left. This leads directly up, through a bridle gate in the big wall, to the trig point, then handy gate gives access to the wooded summit. On way down walked over to the Millennium viewpoint and down diagonally to the church creating a pleasant circular walk. Fantastic views down the Kent Estuary to Arnside.nickywood109/11/2019
Roadside verge parking (SD 5070 8391), bit sqiggy. Followed field boundary.jonglew02/12/2018
With LunaBigNick08/11/2018
Walked up the side of the wood from the east - first to the trig point and then, by a convenient gate, to the true summit in the wood.JohnW07/04/2018
Beautiful clear and crisp winters day. Whilst there is a commanding view from the top, there is little to recommend this walk. It is just a straight up and down climb across a farmers field.Chris Terrey 07/01/2018
Park off road nr Mabbin Hall, direct line up hill, past antennae. Trig and top in treesnordicstar27/01/2017
Great viewsTigger424201/07/2015
Parked on verge of minor road to west at SD 50687 83926. Took short section of track at end of wood then easy walking below wood to trig and summit. Walked back through wood on good path.David Gradwell17/04/2015
Up from path through churchyard and then left to side of wood(someone appears to have gone right and knocked stone wall down).Wonderful views down estuary and generally.With Oscar.catman27/05/2014
With Catman.oscarrosie27/05/2014
From N, parking by entrance to Mabbin Hall. Wood brambly - but OK in December.jimbloomer30/12/2013
From the SW. Trig and toposcope nearby too.Aye Jimmy03/08/2011
The highest point appears to be just into tree line.Alan Caine25/02/2011
Grassy summit topped with a trig point (S5398)Tony Hartry09/06/2007
Easily up on fp from Heversham (to bag this little Clem top)Chris Pearson30/03/2003
superb view S; TP; rw 21/4/02. track thru wdld from gate to NW RHW21/04/2002
From Heversham Grammar School; cross country runsTamCollie29/03/1973
Rambling Ray07/08/2019
Andy West16/10/2018
Wycombe Wanderer08/04/2018
Jim B01/08/2015
Edwin Gradwell17/04/2015
George Gradwell17/04/2015
Dave Geere07/09/2014
Alex C17/03/2014
Blen Cathra27/08/2003