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Walk route map c101 Pillar and Little Scoat Fell from Wasdale Head, Wast Water

A walk in The Lake District National Park, Cumbria, North West England

One of Lakeland's finest walks - unmissable

Walk Route Summary:
- Wasdale Head, Mosedale Beck, Black Sail Pass, Looking Stead (Pillar), High Level Route, Robinson's Cairn, Pillar, Wind Gap, Black Crag (Pillar), Scoat Fell (Little Scoat Fell), Steeple, Red Pike (Wasdale), Dore Head, Yewbarrow (North Top), Yewbarrow, Dropping Crag, Bell Rib, Over Beck, Wasdale Head, Wast Water.

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Walk route map c101 Pillar and Little Scoat Fell from Wasdale Head, Wast Water Wasdale Head, Mosedale Beck, Black Sail Pass, Looking Stead (Pillar), High Level Route, Robinson's Cairn, Pillar, Wind Gap, Black Crag (Pillar), Scoat Fell (Little Scoat Fell), Steeple, Red Pike (Wasdale), Dore Head, Yewbarrow (North Top), Yewbarrow, Dropping Crag, Bell Rib, Over Beck, Wasdale Head, Wast Water The Western Fells,  The Lake District National Park,  Cumbria,  England

Pillar summit
Photo: David Swales

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Kirk Fell (left), Great Gable (centre) and Lingmell from across Wast Water. Walk route map c101 Pillar and Little Scoat Fell from Wasdale Head, Wast Water photo

1. Kirk Fell (left), Great Gable (centre) and Lingmell from across Wast Water
Photo: Martyn Hibbert (2)


Black Crag (Pillar) summit cairn. Walk route map c101 Pillar and Little Scoat Fell from Wasdale Head, Wast Water photo

2. Black Crag (Pillar) summit cairn
Photo: David Connolly (33)


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3. The summit shelter, Mellbreak, Rannerdale Knotts, Buttermere, Grasmoor, Whiteless Pike, Wandope, Crag Hill (Eel Crag), Sail and Knott Rigg from the summit of Robinson
Photo: Chris Brankin (30)

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Wasdale Head Hall Farm. Walk route map c101 Pillar and Little Scoat Fell from Wasdale Head, Wast Water photo

4. Wasdale Head Hall Farm
Photo: Craig Carter (40)


Wasdale Head (left), Burnmoor Tarn, Yewbarrow (front centre), Illgill Head (back) and Wast Water from Pillar. Walk route map c101 Pillar and Little Scoat Fell from Wasdale Head, Wast Water photo

5. Wasdale Head (left), Burnmoor Tarn, Yewbarrow (front centre), Illgill Head (back) and Wast Water from Pillar
Photo: Paul Johnson (10)


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6. Kirk Fell (East Top) (left) and Kirk Fell from Black Sail Pass
Photo: David Connolly (15)

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Robinson's Cairn with Pillar Rock beyond (left of the cairn and to right of the 'notch'). Walk route map c101 Pillar and Little Scoat Fell from Wasdale Head, Wast Water photo

7. Robinson's Cairn with Pillar Rock beyond (left of the cairn and to right of the 'notch')
Photo: David Connolly (26)


The High Level Route from Looking Stead (Pillar) to Robinson's Cairn, Pillar. Walk route map c101 Pillar and Little Scoat Fell from Wasdale Head, Wast Water photo

8. The High Level Route from Looking Stead (Pillar) to Robinson's Cairn, Pillar
Photo: David Connolly (23)


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9. *Kirk Fell (left), Great Gable (centre) Lingmell, Scafell Pike (partially hidden) and Illgill Head across Wast Water
Photo: Wayne Hill (32)

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Illgill Head and Whin Rigg (left) Wast Water and Yewbarrow and Middle Fell (right) from Westmorland Cairn, Great Gable. Walk route map c101 Pillar and Little Scoat Fell from Wasdale Head, Wast Water photo

10. Illgill Head and Whin Rigg (left) Wast Water and Yewbarrow and Middle Fell (right) from Westmorland Cairn, Great Gable
Photo: Ian Mansell (2)



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