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Branstree (Artlecrag Pike)
713m (2340ft)

The Far Eastern Fells, The Lake District, Cumbria, England


Record Branstree (Artlecrag Pike) as Bagged, Climbed & Conquered


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92nd highest in England,
155th in England & Wales

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116th highest in England,
195th in England & Wales

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Walk Branstree (Artlecrag Pike) walking UK Mountains in The Far Eastern Fells The Lake District National Park Cumbria    England

The view from the summit of Branstree (Artlecrag Pike)

Photo: David Hayter

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The Lake District National Park


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OL5 The English Lakes - North Eastern area


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90 Penrith & Keswick, Ambleside


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Other walkers who hiked, climbed, bagged and summited Branstree (Artlecrag Pike) Fellow go4awalkers who have already walked, climbed, summited & bagged Branstree (Artlecrag Pike)

Angeline Grieveson walked up Branstree (Artlecrag Pike) on November 13th, 2022 [with] Dotty

Sarah Baker climbed Branstree (Artlecrag Pike) on June 3rd, 2022 [with] Larry baker, [weather] Beautiful day, slightly hazy, bit cold - Up & back didn't do the loop route

Martyn Atherton bagged Branstree (Artlecrag Pike) on June 18th, 2022 [from/via/route] c362 Selside Pike, Branstree (Artlecrag pike), Harter Fell (Mardale), Mardale III Bell, Rough Crag (Riggendale) & High Street [with] Self [weather] Very Sunny & Warm - Fantastic Route 7 hrs

Sarah Moore hiked Branstree (Artlecrag Pike) on August 6th, 2022 [from/via/route] c204 [with] On my own [weather] Great day for it - cool & windy but views for miles

Richard Fulcher summited Branstree (Artlecrag Pike) on May 7th, 2022 [from/via/route] Parked in a lay-by near the Mardale Head car park. Set off up to Small Water (coffee) & then gradually up the hill behind the tarn up to Nan Bield. From there we ascended Harter Fell. From the top of Harter Fell we descended to Gatesgarth Pass & then up again (bit of a slog) up to Branstree. From Branstree we walked past the 'monoliths' & on to Selside ( I diverted to look at the 'Pillar'). After Selside we descended in an easterly direction & joined the Old Corpse Road & followed it down to the road by Haweswater. [with] Jen [weather] Fairly still with some cold wind on the tops. Cloud developed but there was no wind. - Some interesting ruined buildings on the way down.

Richard Marchant conquered Branstree (Artlecrag Pike) on November 21st, 2021 [from/via/route] I parked the car alongside Haweswater near Rowantreethwaite Beck & took the Old Corpse Road up to High Birkin Knott then headed south west to Selside Pike & carried on along the ridge to Branstree then descended North & West of Hopgill Beck back to the car. [with] By Myself. [weather] Clear Skies frosty morning & a cold northerly wind

Geoff Hand scaled Branstree (Artlecrag Pike) on September 21st, 2021 [from/via/route] c204 Longsleddale Horizon from Stockdale [with] Alone [weather] Generally Dry & warm with a bit of mist Kentmere Pike - Haweswater was quite low. Very quiet.

Jeremy Torrance walked up Branstree (Artlecrag Pike) on August 24th, 2019 [from/via/route] Sadgill [with] Solo [weather] Sunny glorious

Claire Murray climbed Branstree (Artlecrag Pike) on June 12th, 2021 [from/via/route] Parked at Sadgill. Walked around Shipman Knott, Kentmere Pike, Harter Fell sat at Adam Seat then on to Branstree, Tarn Crag & Grey Crag. [with] Vitor [weather] Lovely day, very sunny. Vitor got burnt! My hands got burnt - A fantastic 7hr walk. The first half was a lovely stony clear path. After Haweswater the path disappeared & we had to venture across a bog.

Christina Lander bagged Branstree (Artlecrag Pike) on June 2nd, 2021 [from/via/route] Swindale Head - Selside Pike - Branstree - Tarn Crag - Grey Crag - Swindale Head [with] Dick [weather] A beautiful sunny day - During our holiday staying at Station House, Troutbeck, Penrith

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The Rigg and Haweswater Reservoir from the lower slopes of Branstree (Artlecrag Pike)

The Rigg and Haweswater Reservoir from the lower slopes of Branstree (Artlecrag Pike)

Photo: Peter Marsh (2)

The Ordnance Survey Concrete Ring on the summit of Branstree (Artlecrag Pike)

The Ordnance Survey Concrete Ring on the summit of Branstree (Artlecrag Pike)

Photo: Christine Shepherd (530)

Pillar/Currick between Branstree (North East Top) and Branstree (Artlecrag Pike)

Pillar/Currick between Branstree (North East Top) and Branstree (Artlecrag Pike)

Photo: A. Wainwright (30)

Harter Fell (Mardale) (left) and High Street from Branstree (Artlecrag Pike)

Harter Fell (Mardale) (left) and High Street from Branstree (Artlecrag Pike)

Photo: A. Wainwright (35)

Branstree (Artlecrag Pike) (left) and Swindale from Nabs Moor Summit

Branstree (Artlecrag Pike) (left) and Swindale from Nabs Moor Summit

Photo: A. Wainwright (22)

Branstree (Artlecrag Pike) summit cairn

Branstree (Artlecrag Pike) summit cairn

Photo: Alan Wainwright (229)

Cairn on Branstree (Artlecrag Pike)

Cairn on Branstree (Artlecrag Pike)

Photo: David Hayter (95)

Branstree (Artlecrag Pike) summit

Branstree (Artlecrag Pike) summit

Photo: A. Wainwright (31)

Branstree (Artlecrag Pike) Summit

Branstree (Artlecrag Pike) Summit

Photo: David Hayter (96)

Harter Fell (Mardale) from Branstree (Artlecrag Pike)

Harter Fell (Mardale) from Branstree (Artlecrag Pike)

Photo: A. Wainwright (36)

Haweswater Reservoir from Branstree (Artlecrag Pike)

Haweswater Reservoir from Branstree (Artlecrag Pike)

Photo: A. Wainwright (32)

Branstree (Artlecrag Pike) summit beacon

Branstree (Artlecrag Pike) summit beacon

Photo: Christine Shepherd (481)

Stone pillar in the col between Branstree (North East Top) and Branstree (Artlecrag Pike)

Stone pillar in the col between Branstree (North East Top) and Branstree (Artlecrag Pike)

Photo: Robert Hall (69)

Branstree (Artlecrag Pike) from Nabs Moor Summit

Branstree (Artlecrag Pike) from Nabs Moor Summit

Photo: A. Wainwright (23)

High Street (left), Kidsty Pike (centre), High Raise (Mardale) and Raven Howe on the horizon with Riggindale Crag in the mid-distance from Branstree (Artlecrag Pike)

High Street (left), Kidsty Pike (centre), High Raise (Mardale) and Raven Howe on the horizon with Riggindale Crag in the mid-distance from Branstree (Artlecrag Pike)

Photo: A. Wainwright (34)

Survey Post on Branstree (Artlecrag Pike)

Survey Post on Branstree (Artlecrag Pike)

Photo: David Hayter (99)

Haweswater Reservoir (left) and Selside Pike (right) from Branstree (Artlecrag Pike)

Haweswater Reservoir (left) and Selside Pike (right) from Branstree (Artlecrag Pike)

Photo: A. Wainwright (33)

Nabs Moor and Nabs Crag with Branstree (Artlecrag Pike) (on the horizon right) from Fewling Stones

Nabs Moor and Nabs Crag with Branstree (Artlecrag Pike) (on the horizon right) from Fewling Stones

Photo: A. Wainwright (18)

Harter Fell (Mardale) (left), High Street, Kidsty Pike, High Raise (Mardale), Haweswater Reservoir and Selside Pike (far right) from Branstree (Artlecrag Pike)

Harter Fell (Mardale) (left), High Street, Kidsty Pike, High Raise (Mardale), Haweswater Reservoir and Selside Pike (far right) from Branstree (Artlecrag Pike)

Photo: A. Wainwright (37)

The view from the summit of Branstree (Artlecrag Pike) featuring Harter Fell (Mardale) (left), High Street, Rough Crag, High Raise (Mardale) and Whether How above Haweswater Reservoir

The view from the summit of Branstree (Artlecrag Pike) featuring Harter Fell (Mardale) (left), High Street, Rough Crag, High Raise (Mardale) and Whether How above Haweswater Reservoir

Photo: Robert Hall (71)


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