Note: There was once a great view from here over Blackburn and the surrounding hills but this is obscured by trees. There is a blue plaque that is interesting at the summit about a court being held here. There is also a mountain bike trail on the hill.
Return from the summit on the same short path and re-join the main path up from the tunnel then turn right and follow it to join a larger path and a post with number 5 on it. Turn left. Follow the larger path as it goes slightly downhill. The path forks, keep left and carry on until a small clearing with a
The path passes Wainwright’s Toposcope, a memorial to the great Lakeland fellwalker Alfred Wainwright whose magnificent guidebooks opened the way to the Lake District fells and mountains for generations of walkers, climbers and runners. It was on the hill of the Toposcope that he saw the Lake District fells and vowed to explore them. The views from the Toposcope are really impressive on a clear day.
Pass the Toposcope and follow the path downhill as it bears slightly left to a stile next to woodland and a wire fence. Cross the stile and follow the fence on the left to another stile and cross this and follow the path downhill through some trees to reach a track. Turn left, there is a footpath sign pointing the way and follow the track to a second footpath sign pointing right.
Turn right and follow the path downhill into the woods. There is a sign saying Witton Weavers’ Way. The path forks, take the right fork to a stile and cross this into a field.