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Name:The Park [Park Crags]
Hill number:7909
Height:302m / 991ft
Parent (Ma):2667  Top o' Selside
RHB Section:34D: Southern Cumbria
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Southern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Leven (Ulverston)
Class:Tump (300-399m), Synge
Grid ref:SD 31099 93509
Summit feature:outcrop
Col:265m  SD318942  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 96 97
(1:25k) OL7N
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 57 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Bethecar Moor survey, so windyrlcadburysimmons15/03/2019
From Dodgson Wood car park and up path to Low Parkamoor. With Evan, Sail, Danu & Alfie.Dangerous Dave03/02/2018
Easy walk along track from Low Parkamoor farm. Short deviation off main path but found a developing track from it to the obvious top. A couple of other walkers totally bemused as to why I was apparently heading off to nowhere in the rain!moorsman20/09/2017
An opportunist bag during a walk around Coniston Water. Obvious summit only 100m detour from bridleway to west, but heavy going with uneven ground long grass and bogs with no path - I guess it is seldom visited. Decent top though with great views to Coniston range. Staying tonight at Sun Hotel Coniston (great location and good range of real ales, but not much else to recommend it!)Hillsidenick17/07/2017
The Park [Park Crags] - Heel Toe Hill - Top o'Selside - Top o'Selside (Wainwright summit) from GR: 29908 93509ronaldo33321/03/2017
The last hill of the day and in mist and darkness after a grueling cycle up from High Nibthwaite - not recommended. To make matters worse my head torch suddenly decided to give up on the summit.RichardM30/12/2016
Dodgson Wood to Parkamoor Hse to topMartin R28/12/2016
From Dodgson Wood CP with Top o' Selside and Heel Toe Hill during Defender serviceAnduril31/05/2016
From Dodgson Wood with Top o' Selside and Heel Toe HillCorbett31/05/2016
From Grizedale Forest visitor centre. Carron Crag and The Park(Park Crags)AlunRees3115/04/2016
From Grizedale Forest visitor centre. Carron Crag and The Park(Park Crags)Alunrees3315/04/2016
X12 stop at Water YEat to 505 stop in Coniston via nameless WO, Low Light Haw, High Light Haw, Stang Hill, Arnsbarrow Hill, Heel Toe Hill, Top o'SelsideS and The Park. You need to navigate all the way, even in high visibility weather.Eddie10/10/2015
With Alf from Satterthwaitemick08/10/2015
With Andy. Round of 9 Synges, Birketts and Wainwright OFs from car park at SD296,909. Good walk spoilt by light rain all day.Crib Goch02/05/2015
Had missed this one on previous tour of Top o'Selside hills. From Dodgson car park.Aye Jimmy24/04/2015
from Satterthwaitejimbloomer04/04/2015
Brock Barow, Low Light Haw, High Light Haw, Stang Hill, Arnsbarrow Hill, Heel Toe Hill, Top o'Selside, The Park, Carron Cragkeithouk29/03/2015
From Dodgson Wood c/p. On way to Carron Crag.ngthack10/02/2015
With Jo, linear walk from Water Yeat: Top o’ Selside (two tops), Heel Toe Hill, The Park, the cairn on Crag Head (lovely viewpoint), then onto Coniston. Weather; sunny, warm, good visibility.amblerbob29/04/2014
Parked on Dodgson Wood car park at SD 29937 92745. The Park [Park Crags] > Heel Toe Hill and a revisit to the two Top o'Selside tops.David Gradwell15/04/2014
W Jenx, on return from Carron Crag. Good walk on bike tracks w views to Coniston, Upper Park farm a sweet location.nordicstar08/02/2014
With Jo, circular walk from Grizedale Forest VC: tracks through forest to Low Parkamoor, onto The Park, returning via Heald Brow Pasture. Weather; overcast, hail, moderate visibility.amblerbob17/03/2012
Parked in the Dodgson Wood Car Park > Low Parkamoor > Park Crags > Heald Brow Pasture > Carron Crag > Mustard Hill > Low Parkamoor > CPTony Hartry09/03/2010
Mountain biking in Grisedale Forest with nephew Joseph (13yrs)stopped to bag two nearby Synges that we just 'happened' to be passing. Year correct, but date uncertain.Chris Pearson10/04/2009
The Parkers16/09/2018
Wilkins Synges26/02/2017
ALHEJ Wilkins26/02/2017
ALHEJ B326/02/2017
andrew brown14/06/2015
Dawn Oldham29/03/2015
Rambling Ray19/03/2015
Edwin Gradwell15/04/2014
Dave Geere04/01/2014