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Name:Bleasegale Hill
Hill number:19022
Height:214m / 702ft
Parent (Ma):2665  Lambrigg Fell
RHB Section:34D: Southern Cumbria
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:SD 56743 86828
Summit feature:fence post on fence line (E side) of mast compound
Col:184m  SD570870  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 97
(1:25k) OL7S
Survey:Abney level
Comments:New Tump January 2015
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 13 users)ByDate of Ascent
Straightforward ascent through sheep pasture on a wet track.JohnW16/03/2017
Nice traditional cold, damp Autumn weather with snow on higher fells just visible through the murk.Wycombe Wanderer09/11/2016
Parked on B6254 opposite minor road. Then up mast access track. Think east side of mast compound is highest.ngthack10/10/2016
Mostly downhill jog from Warth Hill with Darren. Held up to allow flock of sheep to be driven past. Up and down access track through skitty cows - be bold like the Massai stealing from lions and they will back off ! 6th hill of a 14 hr day covering 50 kms linking 24 Tumps on foot.Chris Pearson16/07/2016
From SSE, track. HP seems to be in compound at base of mast.RHW22/03/2015
As others, via mast access track from SSE. Not sure whether ground to N or S of mast was higher, GPS suggested latter.Aye Jimmy25/02/2015
From SSE via mast track. Dodgy parking.jimbloomer04/02/2015
Date approx, called in on way up M6, off at J36. Glorious evening - had to stop. Walked up access road to mast, stunning views across Kendal to Lakes, clear and setting sun.nordicstar02/07/1999
Alan Caine01/03/2015
Dave Geere21/02/2015