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Southern Cumbria Area , Lake District - Southern Fells Subarea
Feature count in area: 84, by county: : 83, Lancashire (CoH): 1,
Highest Place: The Old Man of Coniston [Coniston Old Ma 803m

Starting Places in area Southern Cumbria:

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Summits & other features in area Southern Cumbria:
Benson Knott 319m, Lambrigg Fell 339.6m, Scout Hill 285m
Lake District - Far Eastern Fells: Arnside Knott 159.1m, Crook Knott 256m, Grassgarth Heights 205m, Gummer's How 321m, Hampsfell 222m, Scout Scar 235m, Whitbarrow - Lord's Seat 215m
Lake District - Southern Fells: Beacon Fell 255m, Birk Fell Man - Birk Fell 529m, Birker Fell - White How 444m, Black Brows 268m, Black Combe 600m, Black Combe South Top 587m, Black Fell 323m, Black Sails 745m, Blake Rigg (Tilberthwaite) 423m, Brim Fell 796m, Brown Pike 682m, Buck Barrow 549m, Buck Pike - Seathwaite Fell 744m, Burn Moor 543m, Burney 298m, Caw 529m, Claife Heights 270m, Crook Crag 469m, Demming Crag 525m, Dow Crag 778m, Dow Crag 404m, Erin Crag 551m, Great Carrs 785m, Great How (Swirl Band) 770m, Great Intake - Low Fell 408m, Great Paddy Crag 532m, Great Whinscale 427m, Great Worm Crag 427m, Green Crag 489m, Green Pikes 420m, Grey Friar 773m, Harter Fell (Eskdale) 654m, Hawk Rigg 441m, Haystacks (Tilberthwaite) 423m, Hell Gill Pike 662m, Hesk Fell 477m, High Fell 428m, High Wythow 410m, Holme Fell 317m, Horsehow Crags 433m, Hutton Roof Crags 275m, Iron Crag 408m, Kennel Crag 412m, Kinmont Buck Barrow 535m, Kirkby Moor [Lowick High Common] 334m, Kitty Crag 435m, Lad Stones 616m, Lag Bank [Broughton Moor] 412m, Little Carrs 692m, Little How Crags 730m, Long Crag - Yewdale Fells 421m, Lowscales Hill 189m, Muncaster Fell - Hooker Crag 231m, Peathill Crag 400m, Peathill Crag South Top 404m, Pikes 469m, Plough Fell 448m, Rowantree How 402m, Stainton Pike 498m, Stickle Pike 375m, Stoneside Hill 422m, Stoupdale Head 472m, Swirl How 802m, The Old Man of Coniston [Coniston Old Man] 803m, Top o'Selside 335m, Walna Scar 621m, Wetherlam 763m, White Combe 417m, White Maiden 610m, White Pike (Birkby Fell) 442m, White Pike (Seathwaite) 598m, Whitfell 573m, Woodend Height 489m, Yoadcastle 494m

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The Old Man of Coniston [Coniston Old Man], 803m Mountain
Place Rating ..
, Lancashire (CoH) County, in British over 600m, British Marilyn Lists
Grid Reference SD27242 97818, OS 1:50k mapsheet 96 97
Place visited by: 26 members, recently by: rhw, markmjcampion, John.geary, Onzy, oreills8, abcd, TommyMc, oakesave, skyehigh, IainT, jsg2307, jimmy-mci, eflanaga, Fergalh, PeakPaul
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Longitude: -3.121445, Latitude: 54.370658, Easting: 327242, Northing: 497818, Prominence: 416m,  Isolation: 0.8km
ITM: 916886 857866

  Short or GPS IDs, 6 char: ThOldM, 10 char: ThOldMnfCn

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Picture: Trig at summit
Long trek to summit
by Fergalh 13 Jan 2021
From the centre of Coniston I followed signpost and lane alongside the river initially. Eventually it turned into a track and slowly it started to get steeper and steeper as it wound its way up the hill . Due to cloud I missed most of the famous views. The summit is marked by a large cairn and a brick trig pillar Linkback:
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Picture: View near the summit
Early start advised to miss the crowds
by Fergalh 13 Jan 2021
As this is one of the more popular climbs in the Lake district where you park needs some planning. I climbed on a very wet bad weather day and still had to park way out of coniston on a side road. Even though the weather was bad it was busy on the track Linkback:
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