Hindscarth is on Peak Bagging Map and Hill Tick List:
*Version including the walk routes you need to follow in order to Walk all 214 Wainwrights in just 59 walks.
If you LOG ON and then RELOAD this page it will display when you climbed, bagged and conquered Hindscarth, what the weather was like, who you went with and any other comments you might like to add to remind you of that fantastic day. And since you can also access your Personal Mountain & Hill Bagging Record via go4awalk Mobile you can quickly & easily record, edit and view your achievements - whether you are at home/work on your desktop computer or in the pub/at the top of a mountain with your iPhone, HTC Android or Blackberry Smart Phone. Furthermore, you can even download your Personal Mountain & Hill Bagging Record as a .csv file for importing into spreadsheet software such as Excel or NeoOffice. For more details see Your Personal Mountain, Top, Peak and Hill Bagging Record.
Fellow go4awalkers who have walked up, climbed & bagged Hindscarth
Darren Mortimer walked up Hindscarth on May 12th, 2013 [from/via/route] walk c100 from Hawes End [with] Dermot Palmer [weather] Fine with rain later
John Tippins climbed Hindscarth on April 2nd, 2013 [from/via/route] Dale Head [with] just me [weather] sunny, bright
Victoria Bates bagged Hindscarth on March 30th, 2013 [from/via/route] New lands horseshoe
Dale Verrall hiked Hindscarth on March 12th, 2012 [from/via/route] Little Town - Walk number C142 [with] Amber [weather] Warm with low cloud
Phillip Bulley summited Hindscarth on April 7th, 2010 [from/via/route] Catbells and Highspy [with] Matthew [weather] Sunny but cold
Raymond Barnett walked up Hindscarth on November 16th, 2012 [from/via/route] Newlands Horseshoe [with] self [weather] Dull
Iain Taylor climbed Hindscarth on August 3rd, 2010 [from/via/route] Chapel Bridge (NY 23159 19393)
Linda Walker bagged Hindscarth on August 23rd, 2012 [from/via/route] Little town Hindscarth, dale head, high spy, maiden moor [weather] light showers - great walk up, slippy coming down from dale head
Charlie Housley hiked Hindscarth on July 11th, 2012 [from/via/route] From Dale Head along the Hindscarth Edge. [with] Solo. [weather] Low cloud starting to lift and lots of blue sky now visible. A very nice 20-25 mph cool breeze making it ideal for walking.
Cheryl Hawkes has summited Hindscarth [from/via/route] Newlands Horseshoe [with] Steve
Christine Shepherd walked up Hindscarth during June, 2005 [from/via/route] from Littletown on the descent from Dale Head [with] On my own [weather] Fantastic walking weather. - I have climbed this on three other occasions; as a descent from Dale Head again in July 05 and then as a ascent before climbing Robinson on 1.6.06 and then again as part of the Newland's Horseshoe on 15.9.11. I love the descent to Littletown; it bombards the senses with the colour and smell of the heather and exciting scrambles into the bargain!
Tony Aspden climbed Hindscarth on August 9th, 2006 [with] Andy [weather] Low cloud, rain and strong winds; gusting very strong
Aileen Robinson bagged Hindscarth on July 8th, 2008 [from/via/route] Honister, Dale Head [with] School, Alison, Jude, Andy M, Nick [weather] Rain, windy
Carol Juden, Patrick Buckland, Stephen Millington, Chris Bede, Rob Barklamb, Andy Nicholls, Jeanette Coward, Pete Howes, Jacqui Smith, Ray O'Hara, Libby Burns and Rebecca Hardy have also all walked, climbed & bagged Hindscarth.
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More Photographs & Pictures of views from, on or of Hindscarth. . . in no particular order
1. Looking NW from Grey Knotts above Honister Slate Mine to Fleetwith Pike (left) and Robinson, Littledale Edge, Hindscarth and Dale Head (Newlands) on the other side of the valley
Photo: Stephen Turner (1)
2. Dale Head (Newlands), Honister Pass and Grey Knotts from Hindscarth Edge
Photo: Chris Haselden (33)
3. Crummock Water and Buttermere with Grasmoor (far left), Robinson, Hindscarth and Dale Head (left), Fleetwith Pike (centre) and Red Pike (Buttermere) (far right) from Mellbreak
Photo: Andy Malcolm (115)
4. Hindscarth from Dale Head (Newlands)
Photo: William Ringwood (18)
5. High Spy (North Top) and High Spy from Hindscarth
Photo: Ivor Bennett (5)
6. Hindscarth from Scope End
Photo: Richard Nicholls (27)
7. The Newlands Valley from Hindscarth
Photo: Richard Nicholls (25)
8. Hindscarth, Scope End and Robinson from Newlands Church
Photo: Wayne Hill (93)
9. Honister Pass from Hindscarth Edge
Photo: Mark Johnson (4)
10. Hindscarth, Scope End (foreground) and Robinson from Little Town
Photo: Gerry Ball (3)
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You can walk or hike Hindscarth with any of these 5 route maps:
Route Summary: - Hawes End, Derwent Water, Skelgill Bank, Woodford's Path, Cat Bells (Catbells), Maiden Moor, High Spy (North Top), High Spy, Dalehead Tarn, Dale Head (Newlands), Hindscarth, High Crags, Scope End, Low Snab Farm, Newlands Church, Little Town, Newlands Valley, Hawes End, Derwent Water.
Route Summary: - Hawes End, Derwent Water, Skelgill Bank, Woodford's Path, Cat Bells (Catbells), Maiden Moor, High Spy (North Top), High Spy, Dale Head Tarn, Dale Head (Newlands), Hindscarth Edge, Hindscarth, Littledale Edge, Robinson, High Snab Bank, Newlands Church, Little Town, Hawes End, Derwent Water.
Route Summary: - Hawes End, Derwent Water, Skelgill Bank, Woodford's Path, Cat Bells (Catbells), Maiden Moor, High Spy (North Top), High Spy, Dalehead Tarn, Dale Head (Newlands), Hindscarth, Littledale Edge, Robinson, High Snockrigg, Moss Force, Newlands Hause, Knott Rigg, Ard Crags, Birkrigg, Keskerdale Beck, Newlands Church, Newlands Beck, Little Town, Skelgill Farm, Hawes End Derwent Water.