Name:Lingmoor Fell [Brown How]
Hill number:2485
Height:469.9m / 1542ft
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Southern Fells
County/UA:Westmorland and Furness
Catchment:Leven (Ulverston)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (400-499m), Wainwright, Birkett,
Synge, Fellranger, Clem
(Ma,Hu,Tu,4,W,B,Sy,Fel,Cm)
Grid ref:NY 30273 04604
Summit feature:rock 2m N of cairn
Drop:247.8m
Col:222.1m  NY 2890 0510  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 90
(1:25k) OL6N OL7N
Survey:obvious summit
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Lingmoor Fell, Pike of Blisco, Cold Pike, Great KnottBarns15008/06/2024
Lakes trip with dadvisionset20/05/2024
180windybilly18/05/2024
Ascent and descent from Dale End, Little Langdale. With Mike.jd1618/04/2024
Quick up and back from Blea Tarn. With K.sebastiencale29/03/2024
R Richard Tait10/01/2024
From Cathedral Cave and over Slater Bridge. Very windy. with R, and Bernard and Sarah from Tilberthwaite , based at Thurston Centre, Coniston. continued north.Denise 28/12/2023
Night ascent from west above Blea Tarn, using GPS and head torch, up an path that was locally indistinct. Final Marilyn this side of the wall. Marilyn completion? Maybe some day.Topographer5711/12/2023
My fourth Wainwright round of Pike O'Blisco and Lingmoor Fell from the ODG. More challenging and interesting were diversions en route to Wrynose Fell (Long Crag), Blake Rigg, Kettle Crag, Side Pike, and Oakhowe Crag along the way. Quite rough and often pathless ground. So only 16 km with 1100m ascent, but it still took me 8 hours to complete. A lovely sunny morning with stunning views of Bowfell et al, but a chill with low cloud and scattered showers came in during the afternoon.silverwolf_alan05/11/2023
Parked at Blea Tarn NT car park to SW. Path up from Bleatarn House. Convenient stile at the top. Hazy views ahead of the rain preceding storm Agnes. Solorichard6927/09/2023
Walked with Cath & Jess. Camping at Baysbrownjonsutterby7109/09/2023
Loop from the drunken Duck Inn at Barngates - Black Fell, Tarn Howes, Holme Fell, Lingmoor Fell, Elterwater, Skelwith Bridge. 24km, 1144m ascent, 5h40Rockdoctor12/08/2023
Lingmoor Fell, Oakhowe Crag, Side Pikekeithouk23/07/2023
A quick ascent of Lingmoor Fell from the NT car park at Blea Tarn then walked around to Blea Tarn, fab views of the Pikes on a clear but hot daymatty1971b10/06/2023
start and finish Baysbrown campsitefroddy31/05/2023
Quick up and down from Blea Tarn nt cp after Langdale Pikes in the morningLongwojo25/05/2023
Solosimon and co03/05/2023
Great Lakeland 3 Dayeremily01/05/2023
Part of a figure of 8 from Elterwater out to Bowfell and backNumptyDumpty16/04/2023
Easy walk with Carl & Poppy. Straight up Lingmoor and straight back down. 2.5 miles and 990ft elevation.nell158302/04/2023
From the footpath by Blae tarn.Peterb17/03/2023
Wainwright Walk 41: Spider (Lingmoor Fell)DavidHiner21/02/2023
A circular walk from Blea Tarn via Bield Crag quarry with Mary, Susan and Nell the dog.Glenelg05/02/2023
Quick route up both Loughrigg Fell and Lingmoor Fell with small drive between before homeward boundWinter Round30/01/2023
From the NT campsite in Langdale. Skirted Side Pike to the West and then South and then went N to the saddle and then along to the top. Back down the same way.jeffpl25/11/2022
From Church Stile past the quarrybenarbia no 330/10/2022
morning jog from baysbrown campsite; up and down within an hour.JonathanConey24/09/2022
Straight up and down from Blea Tarn car park.dombenson05/09/2022
R K Tom and mates Richard Tait21/08/2022
Evening walk up with Izzy from the National Trust car park at Blea Tarn. Saw Ravens and Froglet. Mostly cloudy with a bit of sunshine easy out and back. 1 hour for 1.66 milesisabelle07/08/2022
1st walk of a holiday in Langdales with Tom. Up Side Pike from the NT campsite first. Struggled down to col between and then easily to top of Lingmoor. Finished with a walk around Blea Tran before dinner at the ODG.robphys25/07/2022
With dad cathedral caveDaisy Dee12/06/2022
Walk up from Elterwater. Good path all the way to the top.Buteobuteo09/04/2022
From Dungeon Ghyll via Side Piketrimarc219/03/2022
with Stephen ODMandyBaldam15/03/2022
MC Short, steep hop up from the west.Martin6619/01/2022
R K OS Challenge Richard Tait19/01/2022
From Elterwater. 11.5 km, 580 m asc. Up the Little Langdale track to the quarry before Dale End, up the path to the ridge and follow the wall to the summit (Brown How). Down S and W to Blea Tarn and S above Blea Moss to the Wrynose Road, then back via Fell Foot, Bridge End, Low Hall Garth, Slater Bridge and Birk Howe.SalmonJoe13/01/2022
A quick ascent of Lingmoor Fell from the NT car park at Blea Tarn, as part of my 3rd round of Wainwrights. 3km with 290m ascent in 1h 20m. (S)silveracorn_alan31/10/2021
Supposed to be a big round but Laura's boots filled with water and just couldn't be arsed, so just the one Wainwright.atreides788718/10/2021
From Blea Tarn CP. Up via path from Bleatarn House, return via path just before Side Pike.squeegs26/09/2021
Solo. From Blea Tarn car park. Along road then path which was followed to summit. Good weather and the hill is a great view point. Descended by same route.mike.hoult21/09/2021
GL3D - Day 3evansguy30/08/2021
Blea Tarn car park, up the road a few hundred yards and then up path on the right. Steep climb but afforded wonderful views. Didn't go over Side Pike....it looked a little tricky with the family.Windsor Wool01/08/2021
from blea tarn carpark with Cissy and ZacAvidSockWearer29/07/2021
With Sue from ODG return via Cumbria Way. very hot day.Frank17/07/2021
Mqquartley11/07/2021
Round from Elterwater CP to near Blea Tarn CP and then ascent. Descent back to Elterwater CP.screeleep27/06/2021
After ascending Old Man and Side Pike, Lingmoor proved to be a gruelling slog to Elterwater. However, views rescued my spirits.PhilipChaston08/06/2021
Parked in NT car park by Blea Tarn. A short walk along the road brought us a path which climbrd steeply to the summit. Excellent views of the Langdale fells and surrounding hills. Hot and sunny all day. With LP.wombourne02/06/2021