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Wallowbarrow Crag 292m (958ft)

Summit Feature: Outcrop (Survey: obvious summit)
Classification: Fellranger, P30 Tump.
OS Grid Ref: SD222967 (10 figure Grid Ref: SD2223096793).
Lake District Area: Southern Fells (OS Maps 1:50k 96. 1:25k OL6N.)
Latitude: 54.360715, Longitude: -3.198308, Height: 292 metres (958 feet)
Prominence: 40 metres (131 feet)
Unique Waypoint POI Name: 0292.- (DoBIH Hill ID: 16122)

Associated Parent Hill:
   Harter Fell (Eskdale) (654m, p276)

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Member's Comments on Wallowbarrow Crag...

  • Chris Pearson says...
  • 30/12/14. 4 hour walk starting from Stickle Pike road top meant an unusual downhill road walk start to the day (sadly cloudy - no hoped for icy magic and sun above low fog like yesterday). We had once stayed in the cottage at High Wallowbarrow Farm and helped (i.e watched) Chris the NT tenant farmer lambing. I may have been to the actual top before in the 80s/ 90's when I climbed here a few times, but cant recall - seems unlikely as it would have been extra uphill flounder from the top of the climbs in rock boots through heather and tussocks.
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Wallowbarrow Crag's Nearby Routes...

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Wallowbarrow Crag has been climbed by...

adoling Anton bailer01 Bill Honeywell Carole Chris Pearson chrisd101 David David Gradwell edgradwell hillbasher HillmanImp IainT iwc jaks lonesome_cowboy_burt Margaret Nick Wakelam nordicstar Peebs PJ Yue psychocrawler rhw Ronnie Bowron snaithd stevent0809 yt

 

Total = 1 Wallowbarrow Crag hills
Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills