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Name:nameless (Potter Fell - 2) [Potter Fell]
Hill number:3332
Height:390m / 1280ft
Parent (Ma):2528  High Street
RHB Section:34C: Lake District - Eastern Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Far Eastern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Class:Tump (300-399m), Wainwright Outlying Fell, Synge
Grid ref:NY 49665 00351
Summit feature:stone on grassy knoll
Col:345m  NY 49205 00337  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 90
(1:25k) OL7N
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 188 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
With Leonie. Challenging navigations skills today.jonesj225/01/2020
Route [mostly] from O/L Fells book with start in Staveley to Potter Tarn via Dales Way - Hagg Foot - High Hundhowe - Ghyll PoolRobB29/11/2019
cj bw ddchrisj196518/11/2019
Reston Scar, Hugill Fell,High Knott (Williams Monument), Brunt Knott, Brunt Knott- east and south tops, UlgravesWalkingmurphy24/08/2019
Sham Sharrock01/07/2019
Alan Caine06/06/2019
David Purchase13/05/2019
Steve Clark04/04/2019
ALHEJ Wilkins24/02/2019
From Staveley accent to Potter Tarn via Littlewood and Birkfield farms. On to Gurnal Dubs and Ulgraves. Back track to Gurnal Dubs and accent of Brunt Knott South, descent to Black Beck and ascent of Potter Fell 2. Back to Black Beck and ascent of Brunt Knott. Descent to Sleddale Forest and White Moss and on to Skeggles Water. Ascent of Hollow Moor East via Shaw Beck, and on the Hollow Moor. Return via Green Quarter, Birk Rigg, Hall Beck, and Park House. Road back to Staveley.raymooremanx20/01/2019
From Staveley a round of Brunt Knott, Sleddale Forest, Potter Fell 2, Ulgraves and Potter Fell 1.rhalstead25/12/2018
Direct route from Brunt Fell; on to Potter Fell 1.jonglew03/10/2018
after sleddale forest solo great weather and viewscolinfielding28/09/2018
andrew brown26/03/2018
A W Bryan14/03/2018
Ascended from Ulgraves. The only wall problem was the one to the south east, where I eventually found a place to cross by the stream junction.JohnW19/02/2018
David Berry10/11/2017
From Garret Bridge.ngthack30/10/2017
A Walk with Parlick - from BirkField to Ulgraves to Potter Fell (2) to Brunt Knott tp Potter Fell (1) and back. A pleasantly mild easy day. if a little grey in the afternoon.Shutterlag26/09/2017
AW's outliers fourth top of six today on a 14 mile walk aroung Green quarter and Potter fell starting from the village of Stavely, the route was Hollow moor, nameless Hollow moor and then down to Brunt knott, nameless Potter fell, Ulgraves and nameless Brunt knott.WAYNE ROWLETT02/09/2017
WOs 63, 64, 65 and 66. Bs 62.A fair day with cloud and some sun. Followed W's route over Potters Fell nameless tops 1 and 2, Brunt Fell and Ulgraves. Good views and reasonable paths but lost the path coming from Ulgraves down to Gurnal Dubs tarn. A very pretty walk.BURGESS04/08/2017
Circuit of Staveley Outlying FellsAjm031025/05/2017
I was told, very firmly (but politely) by the postman and, five minutes later (sternly) by the dustman, that the space at the road end, west of Brunt Farm, is their turning area and NOT a parking space. As I had finished my walk, I apologised prufusely and promised not to use it again!moorsman06/04/2017
Wilkins Synges20/02/2017
ALHEJ Wilkins20/02/2017
ALHEJ B320/02/2017
A day trip to The Lakes on the first day after the clocks went back. With Don and Topsey from Barley Bridge via Brunt Knott Farm, a circle of Brunt Knott, Potter Fell North, Ullgraves and Potter Fell South, cloudy but warm.Lou30/10/2016
From west top. Found two almost completely decomposed sheep between here and Ulgraves, which is at least four dead sheep today and I've seen loads more recently. Maybe the big cat stories are true. Glanced over my shoulder now and then, just in case.Wycombe Wanderer07/09/2016