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Region: Central Fells
Wainright altitude: 1101 feet
You have climbed Loughrigg Fell.
Loughrigg may be only a small hill, an untidy wedge of upland between Rydal Water and the River Brathay when seen on a map. Closer acquitanance reveals it to be a supremely beautiful little piece of country, well repaying the effort needed to ascend it.
There are 1852 Walkhighlanders who have climbed Loughrigg Fell. They have contributed 19 public walk reports including this summit. These are ordered below with the most popular ones first. The rightmost column shows how many summits were included in their report, which may help you to find the most relevant reports.
|Loughrigg Fell, Gummer's How and Whitbarrow||foggieclimber||14/11/2013||6|
|A Spectacular Coniston round||johnkaysleftleg||27/07/2012||6|
|A Wander around Loughrigg||johnkaysleftleg||18/06/2016||4|
|Loughrigg Fell & Silver How||ChrisG||16/10/2012||4|
|Lakeland - Long tramp/summit camp in the Eastern Fells||malky_c||11/08/2012||4|
|A walk to Alcock Tarn.||trailmasher||12/08/2019||2|
|Loughrigg - Stairway to Hell!||Jaxter||13/09/2020||1|
|Loughrigg Fell and a walk back to Ambleside||malky_c||05/09/2017||1|
|Grey around Grasmere||The English Alpinist||09/01/2016||1|
|Three Trips Part 2||DaveB1||01/07/2012||1|
|Two more little 'uns residing in the bag.||martin.h||18/11/2017||0|
|Central Fells Day 4+5 - Silver How and Loughrigg||nigheandonn||12/04/2015||0|
|A first Wainwright||kmsharp||06/09/2012||0|
|Loughrigg - Afternoon stroll||icemandan||04/09/2011||0|
|Loughrigg from the lake return to Ambleside||alisonhayes266||24/06/2011||0|
|Loughrigg - a lonely rarity?||old danensian||03/12/2010||0|
|Final Bagging summit for the wainwright 214||glenn the goat||22/06/2009||0|