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Name:Greystoke Forest
Hill number:7693
Height:365.2m / 1198ft
Parent (Ma):2583  Great Mell Fell
RHB Section:34A: Lake District - Northern Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Northern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Eden (Carlisle)
Class:Tump (300-399m), Subhump, Clem
(Tu,3,sHu,Cm)
Grid ref:NY 40637 33773
Summit feature:ground 2m NW of trig point
Drop:93.1m
Col:272.1m  NY 3965 2740  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 90
(1:25k) OL5N
Observations:rock outcrop 130m SW at NY 40714 33669 is about 1.5m lower and rock outcrop 40m SW at NY 40657 33741 is about 50cm lower
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 67 users)ByDate of Ascent
From spot height 309DC11main03/05/2019
The way in from the north along the permissive footpath is now blocked with fences and barbed wire, due to forestry work. There is, however,a way in from the south east along track to Parkhouse quarry and then a walk to the trigpoint close to the wall.JohnW04/03/2019
From spot height 309. On to Summerground Crags.Wycombe Wanderer09/12/2018
Approach from N - actually trig bagging - wandered about in vicinity of trig - found out hill was a Tump later. Good views N to S through E. All quiet on a Sunday evening.ger23/09/2018
Forest currently closed whilst logging is taking place. All entrance barriers locked. Circumnavigated one from which a good track leads to within 200m of the top. Pass through the old quarry, scramble up the low edge and you can see the trig from the top. Just head directly to it. 40 minutes return.moorsman10/05/2018
Nth time up, before the forest closes for 6 mths for forestry worknordicstar03/01/2018
From road toN on good forest access road then a bit off piste. Trig pillar at top.jonglew20/07/2017
By bike from Carlisle station via the car park. Onwards to Kendal.Eddie12/07/2017
Around the forest with Bryher and Jenx, first time to the trig, first of many!nordicstar14/05/2017
First of multiple visits this year, walking the pup.jenx14/05/2017
Bagged as YSM173 Greystoke Park. Parked at gate, nipped over fence, up large track past Quarry and took path towards the trigpoint. About 50m away took a man path towards trig to be confronted by a crag! No way I was climbing that but I could see the trig on top of it! Back tracked to about 100m before the trigpoint and headed to fallen wall and up to trigpoint, took a track back that skirted Quarry and ended up back on the track I started on.thejackrustles01/05/2017
Pleasant woodland paths to the trigColin Crawford03/04/2017
Nice xmas day walk linking summergrounds top to thisnordicstar25/12/2016
From Ejimbloomer24/10/2016
From the car park. Easy walk along good tracks. With Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave02/01/2016
trig. with Richard, from FellsideDenise 30/12/2015
On permissive tracks and paths from Larches car park via forest quarry. Trig point at high point. Good views of lights of Penrith in the darkness.RichardM30/12/2015
As others from car park in forest.David Gradwell24/08/2015
As for Tony Hartry. Tricky negotiating a BWF, but back via forest with red plastic ties.arranc17/05/2015
Track from N then hang a left just past gravel quarry. Trig on ridge, actually above a little crag to SW.Aye Jimmy15/03/2015
From track to NE, through old quarry.agentmancuso05/08/2014
With Jo, walk from Millfield Lodge: good tracks through woods to NY40452 33950 then good path to NY40535 33864 before using faint path through wall gap (NY40576 33869) onto Greystoke Forest. Visited Gillcambon Tarn (well worth a visit for the birds) on return. Weather; overcast, cold wind, good visibility.amblerbob05/01/2014
When Charles and I arrived at this summit it looked like the tamperers had left their expensive GPS equipment there unattended. Turned out to be an accurate timing device for the noisy rally drivers practicing in the quarry. Lovely sunny day.Martin R04/11/2013
with Martin Rvegibagger04/11/2013
With Glen.Parked in car park at north end of wood. Some interesting bouldering opportunities here.iredale01/05/2013
CP at NY 40547 34487 > GREYSTOKE FOREST old wooded area topped with a trig point > NY 40547 34487Tony Hartry II05/12/2012
From CP NY404346 follow path then track for <1 km). At quarry go on 50m then take left ride for 100m. See wall and bank, follow line of least resistance to gain ridge, and visible trig. Not an easy find! Great views all round (just)nordicstar02/07/2012
Short outing to bag a 'Clem' from road along track then rough going to summit. Staying in our favorite 'Sunnybank' cottage in Greystoke.Chris Pearson25/05/2007
Parked in a small woodland CP just of the road. easy walking through Craggs Gate Wood to the summit marked with a Trig (S6953)Tony Hartry07/05/2007
summit amidst pltn, +/- no view. driveable tk, FP south, TP on low crag amidst pltn RHW15/11/2002
andrew brown16/06/2018
Andy West15/04/2018
Alan Whatley12/04/2018
Dusty22/03/2018
jenx08/01/2018
PeteN13/06/2017
m0untain_n0mad11/06/2017
GaryJones19/09/2016
eddieh11/04/2016
Lucky16/03/2016
maknipe16/03/2016
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Alan Caine02/02/2014
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Ozymandias20/04/2013
Lionel Bidwell29/03/2013
Susan Bidwell29/03/2013
Dave Geere16/03/2013
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Phil M30/03/2012
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Edwin Gradwell30/07/2010
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