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Hill number:2689
Height:244m / 801ft
Parent (Ma):2683  Claife Heights
RHB Section:34D: Southern Cumbria
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Southern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Leven (Ulverston)
Class:Tump (200-299m), Wainwright Outlying Fell
Grid ref:SD 36722 99092
Summit feature:rock within 3m of monument
Col:200m  SD368989  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 96 97
(1:25k) OL7N
Observations:WO summit is monument, highest point is rock within 3m of monument
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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From the top end of Loanthwaite Lane, walked up Latterbarrow then via forest paths to Claife Heights. Disappointed by Claife Heights as the surrounding conifers have grown so tall that they obscure any view. Return to start point by different forest paths.Walkingmurphy18/01/2020
From High Wray Basecamp ascent of Latterbarrow through forest from NE. Descent to south and on to Claife Heights via footpath and forest tracks. Return via forest tracks.raymooremanx16/12/2019
While doing the AW route for CLAIFE HEIGHTS but anti clockwise from NT Ashness car park. Added LATTERBARROW to the walk from approx half way around the route.Hill Wanderer27/06/2019
KD Parked near start of FP and did loop to summit monument. Saw a lot of wildlife including a stoat. Sunny but breezy.crazy17/06/2019
A post breakie up-n-down. Nice summit cairn.summitter25/04/2019
Managed to squeeze the car in by the gate to west and then steeply up to this impressive summitMark Sims25/04/2019
WOF#4 - from Hawkshead - cold and windy with hail showersmnph10/03/2019
Parked on Loanthwaite Lane, straight up Latterbarrow, then worked my way through the woods past Three Dubs Tarn and onto Claife Heights, then virtually retraced my steps back to parking place.Chipstertrain28/01/2019
With Sue and Paul from HawksheadPhreerunner14/01/2019
Nice little one with the bairns to finish the year off following Wainwright's OF routeGary Heath31/12/2018
Park in the Main Car Park at Hawkeshead walked through village of Colthouse then upto the summit marked with an enormous monumental cairnTony Hartry II30/10/2018
With TONY, SUE, AMANDA, JOSHUA, ETHAN and the Dogs,Park in the Main Car Park at Hawkeshead walked through village of Colthouse then upto the summit marked with an enormous monumental cairnMark A Hartry30/10/2018
With Debbie & Richard. Circular route from Hawkshead. Route description to summit taken from Hawkshead village website.ADT24/09/2018
Circuit Hawkshead - Carron Crag - Satterthwaite - Far Sawrey - Claife Heights - Latterbarrow - Hawkshead.deknyff19/09/2018
Lovely day. Parked at Basecamp and walked up from there. With GFE and Elsie (aged 3)Fionalevey31/05/2018
A short walk up the main footpath, looping east to the forest boundary on return. A wonderful little viewpoint.Nick Down109/05/2018
A solo run up Latterbarrow followed by a run up Carran Crag followed by a walk over Claiffe Heights. A fine day out if a little cool and breezyShutterlag26/04/2018
AWs outliers second of two on a walk from Far Sawry also taking in Claife Hieghts.WAYNE ROWLETT18/03/2018
Hawkshead - Latterbarrow - Claife Heights - Sawrey - Esthwaite - Hawkshead 9mraymondwilkes11/12/2017
Up from High Wray. Penultimate WOF.ngthack30/10/2017
Up on good path from the West,no views due to the low hanging mist. Continued on to Claife Heights (High Blind How) & then returned as outward,bypassing Latterbarrow to the South. On own.MorecambeMonkey23/10/2017
With Neil and Bev, followed the WO path and a nice walk.simon and co10/10/2017
From Far Sawrey to Hawkshead via top with Peach, Del and Sydclimbingkershaw27/09/2017
Wainwright's OF route. Fantastic views.afoster18/09/2017
Summer House Knott, Summer Sides Wood, Finsthwaite Heights, Scale Ivy Intakes, Claife Heights, Latterbarrowkeithouk10/09/2017
From Hawkshead. Very straightforward. Full journey was Boris Bike to Euston, Virgin train to Oxenholme, bus to Hawkshead, walk to Bowness Ferry and 4 tops to the east of Windermere before train back to Londontrimarc223/08/2017
WOs 4,5 and 6. A lovely sunny day. Went up Latterbarrow from Hawkshead by W's route. Excellent views of Coniston, Langdale and Kentmere fells. Followed forest tracks to Claife Heights and returned to campsite for lunch. Both cycled to Grizedale in the afternoon and wentup and down Carron Crag.BURGESS12/07/2017
With Jenx and Bryher from High Wray. Lovely late afternoon outing to bag penultimate WOnordicstar05/07/2017
Circuit from Far SawreyAjm031026/05/2017
Scale Ivy Intakes, Claife Heights and LatterbarrowAlunrees3308/03/2017
Red Nab - Windermere shoreline - Scale Ivy Intakes - Claife Heights - Latterbarrow - Red Nab.davidpettit8412/02/2017
Very cold damp weather, low cloud and light rain - no views. Forestry Commission work roundabouts has knocked the place about a bit since I was last here. PRoW are in a poor state.Karmakarl24/01/2017
Met Jill, Ghillis and Maya in Hawkshead after morning walk in Coniston fells. We took the tourist route in fine weather. Great 360 views of Lakeland, snow line approx. 1800'. Outliers complete and I've loved it - in spite of some of the walking being considerably harder than I'd imagined. Or maybe that's all part of it.Wycombe Wanderer14/01/2017
With group of 25 from Thurston CentreDenise 30/12/2016
Overcast day from Red Nab CP then picnic lunch at Moss Eccles Tarn, then ascending latter barrow, Scale Ivy Intakes, and Claife Heights then down, descending in the darkJoel45130/12/2016
With Umbrella Club (25 of us at start of walk!) on overcast day from Red Nab CP then picnic lunch at Moss Eccles Tarn, down to Far Sawrey Cuckoo Brow Inn for mulled wine/cider! Party split, some returning via lakeside whilst we joined Joel's hill-bagging party back over Scale Ivy Intakes, High Pate Crag and Claife Heights then down via The Heald and Belle Grange, descending last bit in dark listening to hooting owls.zoob30/12/2016
From Far Sawrey, not an easy walkbardolph27/12/2016
From Hawkshead. In rain no views.CXB18/10/2016
As others, parked a few hundred yards along Loanthwaite lane on a muddy patch by the roadside. Easy up and down in 30 minutes - great views all round.Crib Goch08/10/2016
Ascended in rain from a parking space on Loanthwaite Lane.JohnW28/09/2016
Evening hike up from High Wray. Lack of parking! Fantastic views of the hills around and Windermere!MarkGD20/09/2016
Second ascentPeteF06/08/2016
Parked near start of path quick up and down.robertphillips24/04/2016
Parked on Loanthwaite Lane to west at SD 35983 99197. Straight up and down. We walked north from the summit for c80m to take in the superb view over Windermere.David Gradwell23/04/2016
From the Ash Landing Car par. Claife Heights and Latterbarrow, then back to the car via the shore path. Absolutely stunning day!!AlunRees3117/03/2016
Done with Richard Turner and dog Jess, some lovely views on a cold grey dayfalunty09/03/2016
On a small round of hills to W of Windermere: Scale Ivy Intakes - Claife Heights - Latterbarrow - Castle Wood Hill.jonglew04/03/2016
As Des Taylor. Parked in the lower of the two single parking spots on the minor road to the west at 3622 9921 Short walk up well-trodden path to superbly constructed cairn. (S)gerrybowes13/02/2016
Damp and overcast day.view across windermere would be stunning on a clear dsay.jocks104/01/2016