Name:Grayrigg Forest
Hill number:2603
Height:493.9m / 1620ft
SMC/RHB Section:34C: Lake District - Eastern Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Far Eastern Fells
County/UA:Westmorland and Furness
Topographical area:EL06 Highstreet-arnside
Catchment:Kent, Catchment Boundaries, Lune
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (400-499m), Fellranger, Clem
Grid ref:SD 59867 99801
Summit feature:trig point
Col:305m  NY 5523 0348  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 97
(1:25k) OL7N
Survey:obvious summit
Comments:Added to Fellrangers in 2019 following enlargement of Lake District National Park
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 401 users)ByDate of Ascent
Cycle out from Kendal CAMC. Left bike at the mast.Mountain Goat13/07/2024
From A685/B6257 layby and grassy track. Fence and wall to cross on the way up but straightforward to do so.squeegs07/05/2024
With Tony W. Walked up from layby on A685 (gate just south onto fell. Went on to Whinfell and back round via Borrowdale - nice 10 K circuit.HardenC09/03/2024
From the parking area by Borrowdale Wood on the minor road just off the A685. The plan was to follow the track up to the repeater station and mast but a randy bull in a field of Galloway Belters resulted in following the eastern side of the wall S up above the 255m spot height to meet the path coming from the mast with stone steps over the wall. Descent was over Birk Knott and skirting around the top of Borrowdale Wood to meet the track above the parking area. A very walker friendly land owner assists this route with ladder stiles and unchained gates. The darkening sky turned to rain shortly after starting, becoming sleet and then snow on the top, aided by a blustery wind. Wet underfoot. Retired to J28 services for a hot chocolate. Solo.richard6901/03/2024
Started from car park on A685, (picture in the English Marilyn app), walked 100m south next to the road and entered access land by a gate. Followed a small path, disappearing at times, up the left hand ridge to a cairn, then on to the trig pointBarry Smith07/11/2023
An easy walk on good paths from the lane south of Tebay up to the repeater station, then out and back to Whinfell Beacon and Grayrigg Forest. Overcast with some showery rain but not too unpleasant. Only Winterscleugh left!BURGESS12/07/2023
penultimate fellrangerbardolph18/06/2023
Start from parking area at Grid 606014. follow the road to the track leading up the fell and continue to the first mast then up the road to the second mast continue down then up to the trig point of Grayrigg Forest. Returnback to the masts and drop down the road to you pick up a path to the right follow this to the wall climb over and next to the gate before climbing up a fairly steep slope to the top of Whinfell Beacon. Return to the first mast and descend back on the same path to the road, then back to the start.smocks and denims04/11/2022
From junction of B6257 & A685 150m N through gate grassy track nearly to ridge. 1 hour to summit. Missed grassy track on way back as it was well camouflaged in a field of grass.rogreeves16/10/2022
From Hucks Bridge over Ashstead Fell, Mabbin Crag, Whinfell Beacon and Greyrigg Forest, back along Borrowdale.Clive G31/08/2022
From the Relay station but no sign of path and had to climb wall. Coming back path appears and disappears but did find the stone stile to go back over the wall. Then on to Whinfelljohnjennison18/06/2022
From Tarnside along the radio station road and a grassy trod leading over the wall to Greyrigg Forest, then back to another grassy track leading through two gates onto Whinfell Beacon. Easy walking and excellent views.Nick Down130/04/2022
AW WotHF no.5. Descent via Hause Bridge.Sedge16/04/2022
From east end of Borrowdaledaviemore08/04/2022
From A685 Borrowdale Road up to the Repeater station then on to Grayrigg Forest. Glorious March day, but incredibly windy at the summit.Lazylizzie20/03/2022
A 2nd visit with L. Calm and sunny 5hr walk from A6 layby after my 13 day virus lay up. Linked grassy S ridge tops then down N and back along the beautiful Borrowdale -with the farm and meadows being a touch of paradise -utter calm as hidden by the folds of the hills and nature -chickens and rabbits nibbling the grass together. Wainwright thought this was the most beautiful valley outside of Lakeland -its now in Lakeland of course and the Friends of The Lake district have bought High Borrowdale and its hay meadows to preserve its cultural and natural beauty - a fine choice.Chris Pearson20/09/2021
A gentle meander up the track. A hill where trees are grass....PhilipChaston30/08/2021
Parked at the start of the road going up the valley from the A685 nice path up to Repeater Mast then a trod to the topFellhugger21/08/2021
A685 Borrowdale Road -> Repeater station -> Grayrigg Forest -> Grayrigg Pike -> Birk Knott -> A685 Borrowdale Roadbriandiggle30/07/2021
From large layby on A685. Up ridge to pt 478, then on to summit.vuirich27/07/2021
From road junction near mast. Up to ridge and then followed tracks to top. Good views on a clear day.PeterD01/07/2021
Very interesting hill to visit but more so for the superb view of others rather than the actual one you're on.Alex C27/06/2021
From A6 layby. Full 11 mile Whinfell Ridge walk to Grayrigg Forest and return via Borrowdale. NNick Caunt02/06/2021
From Hucks layby - Ashsteads Fell, Mabbin Cragg, Castle Fell, Whinfell Beacon, Grayrigg forest, Grayrigg Pike, Birk Knott, valley bottom back to carphilz00830/05/2021
13.5 mile circular from A6 layby following good but boggy trail over Ashtead Fell, Mabbin Crag, Castle Fell, Whinfell Beacon, Grayrigg West Top (23m prominence) and Grayrigg. Then descending to valley and following easy grass trails across Winterscleugh, Whinash and pathless Pipers Hill back down to car. 1071m ascent. Sunny/breezy conditions with nice views. No one about. Bagged west top before ascent onto this hill. Had a 10 minute rain/hail shower on summit but clear the rest of the day.DanTrig18/05/2021
Combined with Whinfell to add to interest. Trig = great viewpoint on grey day since no other hills close.davechaffey01/05/2021
Loop from Grayrigg village.tomd420/04/2021
From Borrowdale via Birk Knott using route advice from the Whinfell Ridge Open Access Walk pdf. We had Christmas Day lunch at Grayrigg Pike, then on to the trig and the mast and the track back down.milimana25/12/2020
Third of the three new Fellrangers reached from the view point car park on the A685 to the East, there is parking on the lane running past Borrowdale wood which would have been closer. A Fourteen mile walk which also first took in Winterscleugh and then Whinfell Beacon in Five and half hours.WAYNE ROWLETT05/12/2020
Borrowdale - GPO station - Grayrigg Common - Birk Knottbenarbia_829/11/2020
The Westmorland Borrowdale Round [as per Mark Richards - Mardale & The Far East guide] from Low Borrowbridge including Grayrigg Forest.RobB29/09/2020
Final top of the day with Andy saw plenty of jets through the valley back along the river to the A6colinfielding17/09/2020
From Whinfell Beacon. Down to Borrowdale via Birk Knott and along path back to Huck's Bridge. With Colin.Andrew Pearson17/09/2020
We started from the A685 and went over Grayrigg Forest, Whinfell Beacon, Castle Fell, Mabbin Crag and Combs Hollow before dropping down to Borrowdale and back to our starting point.3 kinnears07/08/2020
Solo from lay-by on A685 @ Hause Bridge.ADT02/08/2020
Parked at the A685-B6257 junction. Walked northwards down the A685 for a couple of hundred metres to a gate which enabled easy access into the fields below Grayrigg Pike. Found another gate along a fence about half way up from where an ATV track meanders higher up the ridge to a gap in a stone wall. From here its up and down a few humps and bumps to the top. Reversed the route.summitter13/07/2020
Parked at entrance to Borrowdale, ascent via Birk KnottDC11main10/07/2020
Revisit. Birk Knott-Grayrigg Pike-Grayrigg Forest-Grayrigg Forest Pt439-Grayrigg Forest Pt412- Shooter Howe.Dave Geere12/01/2020
ran with Thomswinterwalker15/12/2019
From the big layby at 608007. Very foggy and dreadfully wet underfoot following some wet weather. My 200th new Marilyn in 2019.NormanW23/08/2019
Walked from Hause Bridge.flockwatcher27/06/2019
Parked in the small car park at N54 24.441 W2 36.516, then headed west up the track, south up onto the hill and east along the ridge avoiding the noise of the M6 for most of the walk. A seldom visited top I guess with a nice stone trig. Walked further west along the ridge collecting caches before retracing my steps.Father Ted16/04/2019
Started from car park at the end/start of Borrowdale. Track up to transmitter stations then a left on to GrayriggWayne Mac23/03/2019
Highlight of the day. Hutton Roof Crags, Lambrigg Fell, Greyrigg Forest, Scout Scar(both tops and trig) and Cunswick Scar. From laying on A685 as others. Poignant memorial in laying. Very steep ascent to 404 spot height then followed the wall bearing right near the top.Longwojo10/02/2019
The Whinfell Ridge from Borrowdale; visiting Ashstead Fell, Mabbin Crag , Castle Fell, Whinfell Beacon and with Grayrigg Forest. 18km with 700m ascent in 5h 20m. (S)silveracorn_alan04/01/2019
From layby, through gate and steep up to gain ridge. Avoided worst of rain on very stormy day.wozzat13/10/2018
From layby then south for 120m to gate into field. Then up sharply to 404 spot height through a herd of belted cattle. From there followed wall until near trig. Strong winds and heavy raingaryhoney13/10/2018
Parked on B road at 606015. Round edge of wood, head for hole in wall, I think easier than up the front. Overcast, windy, cool and good views.iangalbraith25/09/2018
Parked at the lay by,then through the gate and across the soggy ground to the ridge. Lovely views to the south. Warm and sunny.Play2End09/08/2018
From B road jcn to SE. Followed a wall for 1km west before found crossing point. Rain and mist made the navigation more interesting, but no views.IanHHill02/08/2018
From road junction following track then over wall carefully along from corner. Along ridge to trig (interesting view of M6) by hole in wall (old gate). Returned along ridge and dropped to track late with another easy wall crossing.SS15/07/2018
First of a detour on the way to Wales. SE ridge from road junction. Fog lifted sufficiently to allow partial and intermittent summit views.Topographer5704/05/2018
As Ashley and others. Enjoyabletrimarc226/04/2018
With K from B road junction to SE. Recommend direct ascent and then following path along ridge instead of trying to be clever with the route.Ashley26/03/2018
From Hause Bridge. An enjoyable break on the drive to an overnight in Dumfries before going on to the Triggers Meet at Minnigaff. Appropriately enough, saw a small herd of Belted Galloways on the route. Great views of the Howgills.SteveG22/03/2018
From large layby on A685 near Hause Bridge, as others. Through field gate 120m S of layby. Headed towards the 478m spot height before veering off W for the top. With Steve Smith on a dull day with cloud on the hill.jonglew30/01/2018
Parked Off A685 - Parking area before gate into Borrowdale - An icy clear blue day - Lane through black trunked tangled wood then track to Repeater Station (specimen Scotts Pine trees dot the hillside we followed by herd of young Galloways as we ascend) - Grey Rig Forest Trig & Summit - Repeater Station - followed Eel Sike down to Borrow Beck - Track then lane back to car.briandavies01/12/2017
With: hb sb; From layby at NY608007, used gate across road 100m S, then up slope to Birk Knott. Followed ridge to Trig point. Excellent views. Returned by Grayrigg Pike and good track back to gate.Ian Baines01/11/2017
With: ib sb; From layby at NY608007, used gate across road 100m S, then up slope to Birk Knott. Followed ridge to Trig point. Excellent views. Returned by Grayrigg Pike and good track back to gate. Helen Baines01/11/2017
From east, a nice hillhillsman06/10/2017
From highpoint on A865 parking at the turnoff to mast. Gate just north of the wall crossing the hill. Easy going up very damp grass, glorious sunriseN.Morters03/10/2017
From layby as Gill, climb direct up blunt ridge up to top of the Pike pathless in places but not too bad. The view across to the Howgills is sensational. Visit to true summit almost an anticlimax after that view. Descent along the wall then direct on rough grass.stig_nest15/09/2017
No. 5 of seven M6 Marilyns on August Bank Holiday. No-one on this hill either, no idea why, it's rather nice and the views are splendid (if you ignore the M6 and Branson's cattle trucks). Climbed from the huge lay-by on the A865 by Hause Bridge, short road walk to the gate, then stream hopping, up a ridgelet to a gate, then along the ridge bounding Little Coum, steepening to Grayrigg Pike. Along the broad ridge (path) to a gate in the wall, then stroll to the summit. Very lovely hill, and little noise from the M6 at the top. The lower reaches are covered in lanky, lumpy bumpy grass, and not much by way of paths. Easy enough though.Gill26/08/2017
Parked at a lay-bys on the junction of the A685 and the B6257. Used the gate left of the junction to access the hill. Went to Grayrigg Pike and then onto the summit trig. Great views and a nice break on the journey to Ardclach.Peterb16/06/2017
Set off from viewpoint/CP to the NE. Very shapely hill - ascent to prominent cairn (from which views are good), is very fine. Good views from summit (trig).ger30/05/2017
With Val. From Car Park in Borrowdale. Track then climbed alongside wall to near aerial then on to summitmike.hoult17/05/2017
With MikeVal Deisler17/05/2017
Bagged as YSM345 Greyrigg Forest. Took public bridleway up to masts and then took a man path over the wall and to the trigpoint. Very very windy this morning, nearly got blown away a couple of times.thejackrustles01/05/2017
En route from Wilms to Edinb. Sunny. Leaves not out yet. From north â lovely woods. Rounsfell27/04/2017
3 of 3: From Jn. of A685/B6257. With Tim.ChrisR21/04/2017
Enjoyable walk from the car park at 606 015. Along the track and up through the wood, contouring below the mastto the col and up to the top. Returned via Birk Knott. Excellent views from the top.martin_hall08/04/2017
Ashstead Fell Northwest Top - Ashstead Fell West Top - Ashstead Fell - Mabbin Crag - Old High - Castle Fell - Shooter Howe - Whinfell Beacon - Grayrigg Forest Pt 412m - Grayrigg Forest Pt 439m - Grayrigg Forest  - Birk Knott - Jeffreys Mount - Casterfield Hill - Belt Howe - Roundthwaite Common - Winterscleugh - Winterscleugh North Top - Whinash - Dennison Hill - Pipers Hill - Crookdale Crag from GR: NY 55261 03664ronaldo33324/03/2017
Approached the easy way from the masts and walked this ridge and also climbed to Whinfell Beacon. Great views. With Jack TMD.meltdiceburg05/03/2017
Parked in layby on B6257 near junction with A685. Followed grassy track & then followed wall to t junction with a 2nd wall which was easily climbed & then headed directly to summit & trig. Return via gate in wall & over Grayrigg Pike before rejoining track back to start through gap in the wall. On own.MorecambeMonkey04/03/2017
From road junction to the south. 2.75 miles round trip. Just over an hour.clivevilla21/01/2017
6th of six Marilyns around Kendal with AW. What a day! With Dillicar Knott from layby near rifle range directly to SE. Followed 'track' at first then easy going on S side of wall up to 415m contour. Lots of ups and downs over Grayrigg Pike on way to flat summit. Great views esp. to S. Returned same way.Mark Jackson22/12/2016
With MJ. See his description. Into Kendal afterwards to see PW then back home.AGWilliamson22/12/2016
With Liz and Mike Halpin. from BorrodaleShutterlag01/12/2016
With Jo, from Borrowdale: tracks to wireless stations, then across wall to trig, through gate to the Pike, then descending to A685. Weather: cloudy but warm day, with good all round views.amblerbob14/08/2016
returning from Lakes new year trip, cold and wet, from NE, via two aerialsDenise 02/01/2016
Walk up from the masts to the top.Walker Dan15/10/2015
Walked all the way from Leyland Clock, including 4 other tops. Whinfell was probably the finest. Back via Borrowdale. A very satisfying walk with super-clear views,by afternoon every Lakeland summit was clear. Nearly 7 hours walk.pwheeler13/09/2015
up from road junction to the south.robertphillips17/07/2015
From Borrowdale up to the western antenna tower, down the dip and up onto the summit ridge for SOTA activation. We descended in a northerly direction then made for a crossing of the stream at the boundary of the open access land and return to the road. With Dad, Ian and ChrisM0YDH29/05/2015
From layby at viewpoint on A685, happily finding the gate through the wall to give access to the summit. Based on my GPS track and the 1:25k map, the gate must be at about SD 60171 99774. Route and write-up at:
From Road junction, followed track then direct. Snow on top.rhalstead27/12/2014
Good parking in a small layby to the SE at the point where a track reaches the main road just south of its junction with the Sedbergh road. An easy walk along a good track which leads easily up the ridge. From here a gate passes through the wall allowing a steady, but not too arduous plod to the summit.moorsman15/10/2014
Parked in the layby on the A689 to the NW of the summit. Went through a gate (a bit to the south) to the access land and up a ridge to the trig point via a small gate in the wall. A nice way up with good views of the landslip to the left but the motorway noise is intrusive. Great views of the lakes to the west on a fine and sunny day and the red arrows went down the M6 too!. Returned by the north east ridge and down steep grass but should have reused the gate in the wall. A great way to break a journey on the M6.mindlessflogger07/09/2014
From Civic Trust layby to NE, up main ridge than back via Grayrigg Pike.agentmancuso19/07/2014
Used <a href=''>walk c384 on</a>stridermike13/04/2014
Simple ascent from Jnct to S. Nice little leg stretch on way S to Ingleton. Beware of the shooting rangeThearlaichdubh29/03/2014
Parked at A685 and B6257 junction. Great visibility on the tops.bolton24/03/2014
Through gate opposite layby on A685 (613989) Headed N. to cross wall and then through gate to join E. ridge Up crinkly ridge to summit. Better option would have been to cross wall at about 400m & then join E. ridge. (PM CM)gerrybowes24/03/2014
3rd visit, Borrowdale circuit from Roundthwaite, with fellrunning friends Yiannis, Alan and Neil. Included Pt439/P23. Descended NNE ridge via Birk Knott.RHW16/02/2014
Solo, from the SE.amswanston06/01/2014
Second ascentPeteF02/11/2013
Via Grayrigg Forest Pt439Dave Geere08/09/2013
Circular walk from Huck's bridge.Sunny intervals but quite hazy restricting reputed views.With Bridget and Oscarcatman25/08/2013
With Catman and Oscar.rosiebridge25/08/2013
With Catman and Bridget.oscarrosie25/08/2013
With the grandchildrenThorny16/06/2013
Alex Blisco04/04/2013
Parked to the North at 59832 01469, then SW to the coll and East onto the summit.tim74723/11/2012
From layby at 607013 (13:15), took road W up valley, footpath from 594014 to the lower mast and then up broad ridge to the summit. On to Little Coum for a great view down and then steeply N to the valley and back to the car (16:40). Fine with good views.dbb23/08/2012
R H up from Borrowdal first to radio stn nr Whinfell then onto grayrigg and down ridge overlooking M6 Richard Tait29/06/2012
Delightful fell - often fancied it when driving along the M6. From car park to NE. Headed up onto N ridge. Am I allowed to comment on the heat haze in March?dal27/03/2012
We made a walk of this one parking at the gate - grid ref NY 606015. Road quite narrow after that but still tarmac. Great views to south and the Howgills. Activated ham radio for SOTA from summit.G4OBK (Phil)26/10/2011
Climbed with G4OBK(Phil)and Geoff Fielding. Parked at the gate at GR NY 606015 just off the A685 and made a decent walk of it.judy55cat26/10/2011
Repeat with Jenx, first visit tbd. From rifle range on Kendal road, up the steep fence line and across subsiduary summits to trig. Clear autumnal day w great views to Howgills...nordicstar22/10/2011
With Evan.Dangerous Dave26/06/2011
Ashstead Fell, Mabbin Crag, Whinfell Beacon, Grayrigg Forest(not summited) - Solo - loads of deep snow, found out was Uncle bottom of Mabbin. Had to cut short (dark anyways) was half way up grayrigg and binned it off so could go see neice. Lovely walk up the valley in the dark.dads02/01/2009
Parked at ample sized car park to N. Have to walk to W to get onto open access land. Apart from tree area that you are not allowed in there is not a tree (or stump in sight.destaylor22/12/2008
Trig revisit. Fine multi-topped E ridge although summit itself is grassy moorland.RHW20/04/2008
Bagged at 0900hrs after kipping in car in Tebay Services on way back from Scotland. Coldest night of the year so far (minus 7 degrees C) so a nice crisp sunny morning. Not a tree in sight!signyred17/02/2008
Trig pillar. On a long round of Borrowdale from Low Borrow Bridgemick17/02/2008
no views of anything - visited top today in thick mist and failing light - couldn't even see the M6 until I was right by the a roadgigglejon11/10/2007
Trig Pillar but it appears that a similar high point is to the east?DavidGMould17/11/2006
SOTA activationIan G7KXV31/05/2006
With SB, great views of M6 !!Dugswell225/02/2006
Left car at junction of B6257 and A685 (15:25). Walked N to a gate, then up to top. Typical Lake Districtcrinkly fell. Good views down to M6 and to Howgills in sunny hazy weather. Down by better route to gate just S of junction (16:35) dbb24/09/2005
Large car park at foot of north east ridge. cattle surrounded the trig point and I had to chase them away to touch it.Jhimmy17/09/2005
From minor road to south EastBLACKHILL10/02/2003
Walked up from Patton Bridge via Whinfell Beacon.JohnW24/11/2002
Parked on busy A685. 1 1/2 miles on road to farm at end of access track. Man in cottage said there was no ROW. When I asked if I could climb the hill he said it wasn't his to give. Up on grass and steady climb to top 10.30.arranc24/07/2000
with patrickdavert12301/01/2000
Headed straight up the hillside to the summit from the A685 via the cairn at Grayrigg Pike. yorkie22/08/1999
Date is first visit. Notes from later...fine steep grass/rocky hill, sadly in mist. E ridge from A685 nr pass RHW12/12/1998
W Mike W on Borrowdale circuit, date approx. Took in GrayRigg Forest too, and hills to NE on cool wintry day, no snow, just frosty. Woods fairly immature, small howf existed to snack in, still there?nordicstar21/02/1998
Revisit to do re-located marilyn summit. On way south after climbing w/e -today at Swindale with Juile Fisher - had top roped the superb slab of Bloodhound an E2 by skin of teeth. Also bagged relocated summit of Lambrigg Fell - helped to allow motorway traffic to die down a bit before drive back to SheffieldChris Pearson18/08/1996
A circuit known as 'Whinfell Ridge', around 'Shap Borrowdale'. Started near Low Borrowdale Bridge on the A685/M6, up to Grayrigg and along ridge to Mabbin Crag, then Ashstead Fell. Back down the valley, walked back by river. Vile weather.Aye Jimmy11/02/1996
Borrow beck horsehoe.Eddie24/04/1983
With RamblersAlan Moore30/07/1978
Date default for unknown. On Borrowdale HorseshoeConrad06/12/1950
From NY 607 005 to NY 553 035. August 2006.summitsupblank
Very snowy ascent from Deepslack. We reached the masts and then over a wall to this hill. We were caught in a vicious snowstorm on the way downChinnockCblank
Parked road junction A685/B6257, gate access to fell a short distance north down road. Decent ATV tracks lead through another gate onto east ridge of Grayrigg Pike. Quite firm under foot. Better views from the cairn near point 478m than summit trig.Nick Canuteblank
From A685, parked in road to Quarry. Up track. With M.The Captainblank
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