This vantage point, gives you views of both the Duddon and Lickle valleys. There is level, off-road parking for around ten cars. On a clear day, you can see most of the Western Valleys and also Barrow-in-Furness. There are numerous paths for you to walk on, with some taking you further down into the Duddon Valley. As always, please leave the site as you found it and respect local livestock. There are also quarry workings to the east of the car park (care needed). The nearest place of historic interest is the now disused Quaker burial ground (Grid Ref. SD 20375 93452) which can be seen directly from the bridleway. (Informal parking at Kiln Bank.)
Planning your visit:
The nearest Tourist Information Centre is in Broughton-in-Furness (about 3 miles away), where you can also find numerous pubs, café, butcher/grocery store, post office and petrol stations. There is also a post office in Ulpha, which sells sandwiches. The Blacksmiths Arms at Broughton Mills can be found if you continue down the other side of the hill and through the metal gate.
How to get here:
From Broughton-in-Furness (West coast) continue for 0.5 mile towards Millom (A595) turning sharp right in front of the traffic lights at Duddon Bridge (do not go over the bridge) into the Duddon valley. Continue straight ahead for 8.2km/5 miles, passing Ulpha Bridge, Ulpha Post Office & turning sharp right at Hall Dunnerdale Bridge to continue to the low & broad summit of Dunnerdale Fell. The informal car parking area is located at the top of Kiln Bank. Please note that there is no public transport directly to the site.