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Hill number:2405
Height:737m / 2418ft
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - North Western Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Derwent (Workington)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Hewitt, Nuttall,
Wainwright, Birkett, Synge, Fellranger, Buxton & Lewis,
Bridge, Clem
Grid ref:NY 20193 16872
Summit feature:rock
Col:576m  NY207161  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89 90
(1:25k) OL4S
Observations:rock 4m SW is just lower; rock under cairn 10m W at NY 20180 16873 is c 30cm lower
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 1318 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From Newlands Hause to High Snockrigg then across Buttermere Moss to Robinson. Returned the same way but missing out SnockriggWayne Mac30/11/2019
The Newlands Hause Fells from Rigg Beck. Ard Crags – Knott Rigg – Robinson.sms.3730/10/2019
Ever Onward20/10/2019
Ever Onward13/10/2019
Continued on from High Snockrigg. Between this minor summit and Robinson lies Buttermere Moss, a boggy grassland. Proceed through it with waterproof footwear only. Steep climb to an open summit. Great views from top.giant_hiker25/09/2019
(Walkers with) Torun Mcmoran (Parking/start point) Newelands Hause - Buttermere Moss - Robinson - Littledale Edge - Hindscarth - Scope End - Newlands Church - Gillbrow Farm - Aikin Knott - Ard Crags - Knott Rigg - Newlands Hause.redbob20/09/2019
ALHEJ Wilkins14/09/2019
Marsden Racers Billy Bland challenge - second leg of the day. Sunset.tsar.nathan07/09/2019
Ever Onward05/09/2019
Backpacking boggy plateau before last pull to topAdventurers525/08/2019
Followed the path along Littledale Edge over to Robinson summit we descended via High Snockrigg back to Buttermere and to complete the Buttermere challenge with MB and Richie. Boggy in places on the descent.Zoe Little25/08/2019
Incredibly steep accent from buttermere, summit in cloud, however mountains became clear on the way down past High Snockrigg.Joel45123/08/2019
From Honister via Dale Head and Hindscarth.NormanW20/08/2019
Jill Robertson04/08/2019
From our cottage for the week at Birkrigg (Newlands Valley). Up Robinson, Hindscarth then Dale Head. 10.2m Circular Route, lovely weather and view and surprisingly quietJephcote8313/07/2019
From Newlands Hause. Probably best stick to the path, shortcutting likely to lead to bog and tussock.Topographer5704/07/2019
With the Summit Good group - led by Nathalieanimymous24/06/2019
SFWC From Seatollergeoffryan24/06/2019
Waking up on the shores of Crummock we made the short distance to Buttermere to do the Buttermere Edge. popped into a camp site for a poo and a sudocrem rub we were about to start. However by now time was passing by Bec thought she may have monthly issues so after a short conversation and because of where we were parked we decided to do the single we missed off the Newlands, Robinson. Parking at Newlands Hause. The 1st incline only taking 15 mins but then we hit the bog. Soon we made it too the final steep incline. It’s been a while since we have done multi day walks so this final bit felt like it was going to kill me. But as is the way on mountains if you keep moving forward just 1 foot after another you will soon make it to the top. Cracking windshelter on the summit. Got back to the car quickly not really caring about our wet feet. Got supplies from Keswick and spent all afternoon on Crummock water on my new birthday boat. Seeing fighter jets too. Drove to cold fell road to sleepScotty 2 Hotty18/06/2019
With DanCora Thorny25/05/2019
Billy Bland recce with Marsden Racerstsar.nathan18/05/2019
With JGCW14/05/2019
Newlands Horseshoe completed with Big MartinJC111/05/2019
Ever Onward09/05/2019
From Newsland ChurchCyclistno105/05/2019