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Hill number:2490
Height:451m / 1480ft
Parent (Ma):2400  Dale Head
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - North Western Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Derwent (Workington)
Class:Tump (400-499m), Wainwright, Birkett, Synge, Fellranger,
Trail 100
Grid ref:NY 24409 19861
Summit feature:rock
Col:364m  NY244191  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89 90
(1:25k) OL4S
Observations:tiny flat cairn no longer exists
Survey:obvious summit
Comments:Added to Trail 100 list Jan 2020
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GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 1867 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Laura and kay doing a catbells circularLauralj8413/06/2020
Hawse End -> Skelgill Bank -> Catbells -> Maiden Moor -> High Spy North Top -> High Spy -> Dale Head -> Hindscarth -> High Crags (Newlands) -> Red Knott (Newlands) -> Newlands Church -> Scope End -> Hawse Endbriandiggle16/03/2020
One way traverse north to south from Catbells car parkvegibagger18/01/2020
Second round. Espresso Round from abrahams cafe with GFE V windy on top.Fionalevey29/12/2019
Climbed last yearTheflyingrabbit29/12/2019
Jill Robertson24/11/2019
Ever Onward06/11/2019
Final summit on horseshoe walk from Newlands Church. Returned to Derwent Bank via Hause Gate and Catbells Terrace.PeakyPete01/11/2019
Followed path from HF Derwent Water to Catbells summit, returning via Hause Gate and Catbells Terrace.PeakyPete30/09/2019
Catbells circular clockwiseArbie16/09/2019
ALHEJ Wilkins14/09/2019
Ever Onward02/09/2019
Knobbly Stiles25/08/2019
Ascent gained from the North. Dropped at the cattle grate by taxi due to Derwentwater being flooded above the docking stations therefore preventing access by boat. Climbed via Skellgill Bank. Once the summit was reached continued into the saddle before the rise to Maiden Moor and followed the steps down towards Derwentwater. Weather was warm and sunny approx 21 Degrees C.Symon1p24/08/2019
A scramble to get here and it was blowing a gale at the top. Managed to miss most of the rain on the way down.BizBoff18/08/2019
Catbells 3.96 miles 2 hoursPaulGibbons05/07/2019
Lakes Seatoller trip day 3gavopeo03/07/2019
kimberleylouise 02/07/2019
Ferry across Derwent Water then Cat Bells and back around lake. St Martin's Men's breakfast.Fred Windsor30/06/2019
From Little Town with Jill and 6 members of Foot Loose on a warm , dry, clear dayGrey Hare23/06/2019
Busy as usual! With Bryher.jenx21/06/2019
walked out from Keswick amongst the triathletes .. very nice walk and climb for great views . Very windy at top and weather was poor on way back to keswickD SID16/06/2019