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Name:Loughrigg Fell
Hill number:2507
Height:335m / 1099ft
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Central Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Leven (Ulverston)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (300-399m), Wainwright, Birkett,
Synge, Fellranger, Clem
Grid ref:NY 34696 05138
Summit feature:outcrop 3m SW of trig point
Col:163m  NY340055  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 90
(1:25k) OL7N
Survey:Abney level
Comments:Dropped from Trail 100 list Jan 2020
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 1547 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Day visit from Wakefield before the Covid19 virus took hold. Went to the caves and the stepping stones afterwards.Mollyb21/03/2020
Day visit from Wakefield before the Covid19 virus took hold. Went to the caves and the stepping stones afterwards.Williamr21/03/2020
Lakes trip with Dad and Nic, “easy to moderate” lolMbassett14/03/2020
Just me.AbiD12/03/2020
Headed up from Ambleside Cricket Club (after leaving donation for parking). Was sussing out area for a return the next w/e for the BMC. First Loughrigg Fell, then continued to Fox How and Lanty Scar.JK08/03/2020
With JGCW04/03/2020
Parked at Mill Brow. Lovely circular route taking in Todd Crag, Fox How, Loughrigg Fell & Little Loughrigg. With Alfie. W No.6 Rnd 6.Dangerous Dave01/03/2020
Ran up from Amblesidestever18/02/2020
Staying at the Stables Clappersgate... easy walk round Loughrigg Tarn picking my way over the various tops to the summit trigTony Hartry III23/12/2019
First Wainwright on first trip to the lakes!JazDisney02/12/2019
Sunday morning walk before heading homelerritt01/12/2019
Lanty Scar, Fox How, Loughrigg Fell, Silver How, Blea Rigg, Butharlyp Howekeithouk24/11/2019
From Pelter Bridge Carpark via the Rydal Cave lovely walk, very straightforward footpath up and returned down the same foopath from the summitJACKD1317/11/2019
Parked in the car park and headed over the bridge to Loughrigg terrace and followed the path up to the summit. A rocky and stone path but nothing technical. Descended the same way. Solo hikeZoe Little06/11/2019
Ascent from Ambleside easy, then steep descent towards Grasmere. Return along south side of Rydal Water, then over bridge to Rydal Hall and through Rydal Park. Total time approximately 3.5 hours. Skies clearer to south, with grey clouds north and mist in further valleys.CPowles19/10/2019
Walked around it many times but never bothered going up to the top. With Joel.yeha22/09/2019
Traverse from west to east. Busy hillColin Crawford07/09/2019
With CathyS, MikeB, MerC. From Ambleside.masmith26/08/2019
Been up many times but thought I’d start logging them allPaganknight7329/04/2019
Staying in Grasmere with GillWalla123428/04/2019
Loughrigg Fell - Silver How - Lang How - Swinescar Pike - Little Castle How - Blea Rigg - Low White Stones - Ullscarf - Standing Crag - Watendlath Fell - Shivery Knott - Armboth Fell - AF Birkett - High Tove - High Seat - Bleaberry Fell - Walla Cragscreeleep21/04/2019
beautiful peak with great viewsWMW3120/04/2019
With mum, Hannah and 4 year old Reuben and 7 year old Sophie. Number 3 for those two.Jim Baz15/04/2019
With JB DB ZB and Raisin. There and back from Amblesidealways_more_up07/04/2019
A more detailed exploration of Loughrigg Fell some 14 years after first visit, this time taking in Lanty Scar, Fox How and Todd Crag.milimana04/04/2019
Loughrigg fell up from layby. Down other side towards Windermere and along past Loughrigg Tarn. Matt, Joe, Veronica and Andy.MattD201006/02/2019
With Sue from Ambleside, Loughrigg Fell, Lanty Scar, Fox How, Todd Crag. Cold and sunny with snow underfoot.Frank01/02/2019
Wintry walk through the snow from Ambleside, lovelyjohnsingo30/01/2019
(Walkers with) Tony Mcmoran, Torun Mcmoran, Layna Mcmoran, Caitlin Powell (Start/Parking point) Tarn Foot - Ivy Crag path - Loughrigg Fell - Oaks Cottage - Loughrigg Tarn - Tarn Foot.redbob20/01/2019
With SuePhreerunner15/01/2019
Walked over Loughrigg on a day wondering from Grasmere up the Langdale Valley to Mickleden and back againCap_Thunderbolt12/01/2019
Sole climbTeam GB29/12/2018
Walk from Elterwater through Sawrey’s Wood and ascent to Banks Quarry. Ascent of Lingmoor Fell via Lingmoor Quarry (Brown How). Descent to Dale End to Little Langdale. Along road and down to river, cross at Ford and into Moss Rigg Wood. Follow Bridleway to Strang End, High Park and Tongue Intake Plantation. Ascent of Hollin Bank and Arnside Plantation to Black Crag. Descent to Pullscar Plantation and descent to valley Skelwith Bridge. Road up to Loughrigg Tar, and head east to Tarn Foot, ascent via Ivy Crag and Black Mire to Loughrigg Fell. Descent via Ewe Crag and follow road to High Close, descent to Elterwater via Walthwaite Bottom.raymooremanx25/11/2018
From Elterwater via High CloseAJF24/10/2018
Sunrise hike for a cloud inversion over Loughrigg Tarnmaaaaaaaatty18/10/2018
Beautiful as always. Very warm and sunnyMyles7308/10/2018
Walked from YHA Langdale to Ambleside over LoughriggCap_Thunderbolt06/10/2018
Ruth and Joey the HoundGragmole06/10/2018
Second visit. Afternoon walk from the carpark at the Grasmore end of Under Loughrigg. With Carol and dogs direct to summit and return. Low sun but with intermittent cloud, breezy. Stayed at Sykeside.Skip230/09/2018
Afternoon walk from the carpark at the Grasmore end of Under Loughrigg. With Carol and dogs direct to summit and return. Low sun but with intermittent cloud, breezy. Stayed at Sykeside.Skip30/09/2018
From CP between Grasmere and Rydal Water. Easy well made tracks. Windy, threatening but dry. Good views.iangalbraith27/09/2018
From AmblesideTyldesley Paul05/09/2018
Beautiful day for a lovely circular walk around Loughrigg Fell. Got a gorgeous picture of my very pregnant wife at the top with Grasmere in the background. Rewarded ourselves with a fabulous meal at the Forestside that evening, before returning to stay at the Daffodil.AmyYoung04/09/2018
Circular walk from Ambleside taking in Todd Crag and Loughrigg Fell before returning along Rydal Water.welshyboyo26/08/2018
circular walk via rydal water, the caves, and back to grasmere lakedavie25/08/2018
With SamIbby18/08/2018
Up from the caves to the E and return via Loughrigg TerraceArbie13/08/2018
Walked with Mum, Dad and Andrew.peter_tun06/08/2018
Rydal - Loughrigg Terrace - Loughrigg - Elterwater - Skelwith Bridge - Rydal. All very lovely until the last leg which was a damp slog.squeegs23/07/2018