Name:Great Musgrave Hill
Hill number:16461
Height:181m / 594ft
Parent (Ma):2711  Mickle Fell
RHB Section:35A: The Northern Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:North Pennines - Western Fells
County/UA:Westmorland and Furness
Catchment:Eden (Carlisle)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:NY 76943 13432
Summit feature:no feature: ground near stile
Drop:33m
Col:148m  NY768137  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 91
(1:25k) OL19N
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 62 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
As others Easy stroll from village, parking near the village hall, past top house to the stilematty1971b17/02/2024
FP from the village.robertphillips09/10/2023
Easy walk from the village green.JohnW06/06/2023
Parked by the village green, up the track towards the houses then in to the field in front of them.clivevilla17/10/2022
From parking at the village green. Up lane towards houses then through gate on left onto public footpath at the Private sign.Minto02/10/2022
5th of 8 Tumps picked up on a drive from Kilnhurst to Keswick.Mark Jackson02/08/2022
P in village. Ended up in garden by mistake but had a nice chat with the owner. The footpath goes through a gate a little before the house.chrisbien11/10/2021
Easy stroll from village, past top house to the stileColin Crawford04/09/2021
Surprising little hill with stunning views. Parked at small parking area with view point and walked up road, through the gate marked with a footpath sign and around houses to top. Absolutely beautiful stop and well worth calling in when crossing the pennines. 15 mins, but spent 15 more just looking at the views!Nicky C13/08/2021
On A Pennine Journey.Nick Caunt19/07/2021
From Musgrave Bridge.summitsup21/06/2021
Parked at Musgrave Bridge: pleasant walkGordonAdshead28/04/2021
From Great Musgraveijpowell29/08/2020
Plentiful parking around the village green (alt 169m). Walk up the dead-end road and turn left on the signposted footpath. When it reaches the first (open) gate go through a small gate on your left and head diagonally right across the field to the stile giving access to the summit area. 620m return, 10 minutes.moorsman26/07/2020
4/6 From Warcop, Vicarage Bank, Trickle Banks, Sourlands Hill, Great Musgrave Hill, Thorny Hill and Huber Hill. Used the Pennine Journey and other footpaths to link these six together, made a nice 5 hour round. Bit slick with mud in a few places.nickywood118/01/2020
Gently ambling walk up through sheep girl from the east on ROW.vegibagger02/01/2020
Parked in Gt Musgrave - 5 minutes returnCrib Goch14/09/2019
Parked opposite Great Musgrave Village Hall and walked back up to this, and then onto Thorny HillFisky Boy11/09/2019
With Fisky BoyBrenda Cloke11/09/2019
Parked outside Villa Farm. Easy stroll on public footpath to high point near stile. With Alfie.Dangerous Dave23/04/2019
Parked by Villa Farm NY 767135carole engel21/04/2019
Very short stroll from Great MusgraveRobertP06/01/2019
Parked roadside by Villa Farm. Short walk on a RoW. Very muddy pasture.jonglew07/12/2018
Easiest bag of the day. Gazed upon the rising harvest moon.Wycombe Wanderer23/09/2018
With Jo on a lovely sunny, warm afternoon with good visibility.amblerbob22/06/2018
On way home after Great Knipe.With Oscar.catman23/05/2018
With Catman.oscarrosie23/05/2018
along the backroads from Appleby to Brough. Good view of the pennine edge in great visibility.Moorponder21/04/2018
Field very wet, summit in proximity of stone stile.cjo03/02/2018
Dash up en route to bagging few more repeats in 2016nordicstar05/12/2016
Start of a day walk with Darren around the 'Warcop Seven'(tumps). We met a a retired couple walking their dog who now live here -both retired police officers form my home city of Sheffield. They were surprised to see anyone walking around here, and word spread, as on our return a man who was voluntarily giving the village seat its 5 yearly re-varnish(which prevented me from sitting on it to wait for D who was taking photos) had heard all about us. He told us the recent placement of a commemorative stone to the Queen / view indicator had taken 15 years to set up -as things worked slowly here on 'Musgrave time'.Chris Pearson29/07/2016
Parking by road junctionjimbloomer26/09/2015
Summit about 3m from stile on RoW; done on way home.Aye Jimmy16/05/2015
Easy along bridleway from hamlet centre. Had intended this to be 1000th Tump, but later discovered I'd gained one by accident somewhere. With F, A, R.agentmancuso17/10/2014
Visisted on way back across A66. Path diverted across field, still leads to top. Very wet!nordicstar23/12/2013
Pasture beside stile on RoW. From W, RoW, summit by stile RHW29/01/2012
Dusty28/10/2023
FinnTumps13/08/2023
George Gradwell21/06/2023
Ben Rinnes10/01/2022
mcbiydw210/07/2021
Adrian26/06/2021
conanharrod04/04/2021
AlanD28/12/2020
Rambling Ray31/08/2020
steve1856631/07/2020
David8408/11/2019
Martin R12/03/2019
PeteF01/09/2018
DC11main17/04/2017