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Name:Peelplace Noddle
Hill number:7959
Height:306m / 1004ft
Parent (Ma):2359  Scafell Pike
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Southern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Esk (Ravenglass)
Grid ref:NY 19597 02197
Summit feature:outcrop
Col:299m  NY196023  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89 90
(1:25k) OL6N
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 52 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
A lovely little hill with a lovely name! I came down from Dawsonground Crags passing Stony Tarn on the way. With Alfie.Dangerous Dave30/09/2018
The 8th top of an anticlockwise circuit of 10 Birketts/Synges on W. side of Eskdale, starting with Brock Crag & finishing on Bull How. From Whin Crag, encountered a bit of boggy ground, but generally good underfoot conditions. Continued to Goat Crag. (PM)gerrybowes02/11/2017
8th of the day with GB. Headed to Goat Crag still in glorious weather.bolton02/11/2017
Birthday bimble with Debs & TaliskerMountain Goat23/10/2017
From Whinscales then on along marshy paths around Eel Tarn to Great Barrow.Eddie06/10/2017
Great Barrow - Peelplace Noddle from Woolpack Innronaldo33312/05/2017
Circuit of 5 Synges from Wha House BridgeCrib Goch29/04/2017
Struggling to see the point. From Whin Crag - on to Bull How.Wycombe Wanderer05/01/2017
Short walk up from Eskdale campsitebenarbia_814/08/2016
From Wasdale via the coffin route, bagging minor summits and geocaches in the areabardolph24/04/2016
Scafell from Boot- up via Slight Side and down via Eskdale Fellnosdrahcir21/04/2016
From the Woolpack(very tatty from the back), climbed up on a wet path but once on the drier ground the frosty conditions were great for walking.. Good views down Eskdale. With the dogs. Start of a lovely walk.Karmakarl15/02/2016
Had to do this one with a name like that. Round of Birketts etc. on each side of Whillan Beck.ngthack11/01/2016
First on circuit of the nearby hills starting from Woolpack Inn. Parking allowed if you leave car-keys at reception (in case of alarms going off etc.). Continued to Whinscale - Eskdale.Aye Jimmy14/07/2015
From a camp above Stoney Tarnmick27/06/2015
Parked in the Delgarth Railway Station > Boot > Eel Tarn > Peelplace Noddle > Goat Crag > Bull How > Whin Crag (Eskdale) > Dawsonground Crags > Eskdale Fell - Whinscales > Great How - Eskdale Fell > Lambford Bridge > Boat How > Brat's Moss > Boot > Delgarth Railway StationTony Hartry II11/06/2015
From the Woolpack PH, followed path rather than FP, to first plateau area, easy nip up the Synge.nordicstar16/11/2014
From Woolpack Inn. Great Barrow - Peelplace Noddle - Whin Crag - Dawsonground Crag - Cat Crag - Round Scar - Heron Crag N Summit - Heron Crag - Brock Crag - Bull How & Goat Crag.David Gradwell14/09/2014
There are several 'noddles' south of the outflow from Stony Tarn and its tricky to decide on which is Peelplace Noddle so covered them all.peebs17/06/2014
With Jo, circular walk from Wha House: Bull How, Peelplace Noddle, Great Barrow. Weather; generally sunny with cool breeze, good visibility.amblerbob29/12/2013
Peelplace Noddle, Whin Crag, Dawsonground Crags, Slight Side, Scafell, Symonds Knott, Boat Howkeithouk28/12/2013
From Wha House CPAnduril27/05/2012
Woolpack Inn > Peelplace Noodle > Stony Tarn > Dawsonground Crags grass and rock summit topped with a few stonse > Whin Crag (Eskdale) > Bull How > Goat Crag > Woolpack InnTony Hartry22/04/2009
Synge bagging with Lesley exact date tbcChris Pearson19/07/2004
Wilkins Synges22/07/2017
ALHEJ Wilkins22/07/2017
ALHEJ B322/07/2017
Emma and Simon28/11/2016
Rambling Ray14/02/2015
Dave Geere26/10/2014
Edwin Gradwell14/09/2014