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Grasmoor
852m (2796ft)

The North Western Fells, The Lake District, Cumbria, England


Record Grasmoor as Bagged, Climbed & Conquered


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English Mountain
22nd highest in England,
46th in England & Wales

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Wainwright
(No. 20)

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English Nuttall
27th highest in England,
54th in England & Wales

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English Marilyn
9th highest in England,
313th highest in Great Britain

Grasmoor is on Ordnance Survey Maps:

OS Explorer Map OL4
1:25,000 scale (Orange Covers)


OS Landranger Maps 89 & 90
1:50,000 scale (Pink Covers)



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Other walkers who hiked, climbed, bagged and summited Grasmoor Fellow go4awalkers who have already walked, climbed, summited & bagged Grasmoor

Wayne Baxter walked up on August 14th, 2021 [from/via/route] Parked car near Cinderdale Common walked along the path near High Randerdale to pick up a path leading to Whiteless Breast. Carried on this path to Whiteless Pike. The path leads along Whiteless Edge to Wandope. You can pick up a path that cuts a cross Wandope Moss to Grasmore. Head back to a path Lad Hows (steep & tricky in parts) to car park [with] Sue, Steven and Bev [weather] Cloudy with moderate wind on the tops

Michael Nolan climbed on April 16th, 2021 [from/via/route] Lorton [with] Morag [weather] Brilliant bright day!

Bay Wan bagged on October 4th, 2020 [from/via/route] Ascent via Whiteside, Hopehead Gill & Grasmoor, descent via Lad Hows [with] Cocoa dog - 9 yrs old & special guest Paul Harper [weather] Sunny dry Autumn day following lashing from Storm Alex. Quite windy in parts - Quite scrambly on way up in parts & scree descent wasn't pleasant on way down, prob best to do the route in reverse

Nick Christian hiked on September 18th, 2020 [from/via/route] Hopegill Head [with] Karen Brown [weather] Good Sunny

Caroline Winter summited on August 31st, 2020 [from/via/route] Lanthwaite Green car park, Whin Ben, Whiteside, Hopegill Head, Hobcarton Crag, Coledale Hause, Grasmoor, Liza Beck [with] Becky [weather] Very good views. Warm day 12 degrees on tops - Glorious walk. Heather in bloom & great views along ridge. One of the largest shelters on Grasmoor to enjoy lunch. Pretty waterfalls on descent

Richard Marshall conquered on August 6th, 2020 [from/via/route] From Crummock Water [with] Bo and Dave Jones [weather] Hot, Sunny/Cloudy little bit of drizzle for 20 mins

Andy Buxton scaled on November 2nd, 1988 [from/via/route] From Stair. Coledale Round: Causey Pike, Scar Crags, Sail, Eel Crag, Grasmore, Grisedale Pike [with] Solo [weather] Clear & cold all day

Claire Kirk walked up on July 11th, 2020 [from/via/route] Braithwaite [with] Phil [weather] Low cloud & drizzly to start, sun came out in the afternoon

Kevin Foster climbed on May 20th, 2020 [from/via/route] Sand Hill. [with] By myself. [weather] Very sunny & very hot. - After the steep & stony descent off Sand Hill it was a pleasant respite to cross the grassy Coledale Hause to sit by the lovely waterfalls of Gasgale Gill. From here the path steepens but then eases & skirts the top of crags (and gullies) dropping steeply away. From the last gully it is only a short walk south-west to the well constructed wind shelter. Continuing a little further south-west brings into view a superb panorama of Buttermere & Crummock Water down below surrounded by high mountains. Looking towards the coast, the Isle of Man was seen clearly jutting out of the North Sea. Fantastic!

Simon Boddy bagged on September 16th, 2019 [from/via/route] Crummock [with] HF Holidays [weather] Sunny & clear

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More Photographs & Pictures of views from, on or of Grasmoor

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

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)

Crummock Water (far left) and Buttermere with Grasmoor beyond from Hay Stacks

Crummock Water (far left) and Buttermere with Grasmoor beyond from Hay Stacks

Photo: Ian Mansell (17)

Kirk Fell, Looking Stead & Pillar, Ennerdale, High Stile, High Crag & Hay Stacks, Crummock Water & Buttermere and Grasmoor from Green Gable

Kirk Fell, Looking Stead & Pillar, Ennerdale, High Stile, High Crag & Hay Stacks, Crummock Water & Buttermere and Grasmoor from Green Gable

Photo: Chris Brankin (8)

Gavel Fell summit cairn with Mellbreak and Grasmoor beyond

Gavel Fell summit cairn with Mellbreak and Grasmoor beyond

Photo: Raymond Brown (43)

Grasmoor, Robinson and Fleetwith Pike and Buttermere from Hay Stacks (Haystacks)

Grasmoor, Robinson and Fleetwith Pike and Buttermere from Hay Stacks (Haystacks)

Photo: James Manley (1)

High Stile (left) Buttermere, Mellbreak, Rannerdale Knotts, High Snockrigg and Grasmoor (right) from the summit of Fleetwith Pike

High Stile (left) Buttermere, Mellbreak, Rannerdale Knotts, High Snockrigg and Grasmoor (right) from the summit of Fleetwith Pike

Photo: Michael Lee (3)

The flank of Hay Stacks (Haystacks), High Crag and High Stile (left), Mellbreak, Buttermere and Crummock Water (centre) with Grasmoor and High Snockrigg (right) from Fleetwith Pike

The flank of Hay Stacks (Haystacks), High Crag and High Stile (left), Mellbreak, Buttermere and Crummock Water (centre) with Grasmoor and High Snockrigg (right) from Fleetwith Pike

Photo: Bernie Pottrell (1)

Rannerdale Knotts and Crummock Water from Grasmoor

Rannerdale Knotts and Crummock Water from Grasmoor

Photo: William Ringwood (56)

Crummock Water and Grasmoor with Buttermere in the foreground from Hay Stacks

Crummock Water and Grasmoor with Buttermere in the foreground from Hay Stacks

Photo: Tony Higgs (4)

The Coledale Horseshoe from Crag Hill (Eel Crag) trig point featuring: Grasmoor, Grasmoor, Whiteside (Crummock) (West Top), Whiteside (Crummock), Gasgale Crags, Hopegill Head, Sand Hill, The top of Hobcarton Crag, Grisdale Pike, The Skiddaw massif, Blencathra (or Saddleback), Keswick, Sleet How, Outerside, Stile End, Sail, Causey Pike, Bleaberry Fell, High Seat, High Tove, The Southern Fells and The Western Fells

The Coledale Horseshoe from Crag Hill (Eel Crag) trig point featuring: Grasmoor, Grasmoor, Whiteside (Crummock) (West Top), Whiteside (Crummock), Gasgale Crags, Hopegill Head, Sand Hill, The top of Hobcarton Crag, Grisdale Pike, The Skiddaw massif, Blencathra (or Saddleback), Keswick, Sleet How, Outerside, Stile End, Sail, Causey Pike, Bleaberry Fell, High Seat, High Tove, The Southern Fells and The Western Fells

Photo: Peter Dryden (5)

Grasmoor from Crag Hill (Eel Crag) trig point

Grasmoor from Crag Hill (Eel Crag) trig point

Photo: Peter Dryden (6)

Gasgale Gill from the North West flank of Grasmoor

Gasgale Gill from the North West flank of Grasmoor

Photo: William Ringwood (54)

On Hay Stacks with High Crag (left), Crumock Water and Grasmoor (right) in the distance

On Hay Stacks with High Crag (left), Crumock Water and Grasmoor (right) in the distance

Photo: John Hayhurst (1)

High Crag (left), Crummock Water and Grasmoor (right) from the summit of Hay Stacks (Haystacks)

High Crag (left), Crummock Water and Grasmoor (right) from the summit of Hay Stacks (Haystacks)

Photo: Michael Lee (7)

Whiteless Pike (foreground) and Grasmoor (background) from Robinson

Whiteless Pike (foreground) and Grasmoor (background) from Robinson

Photo: Rob Barklamb (20)

Whiteside (left) and Grasmoor from Crummock Water

Whiteside (left) and Grasmoor from Crummock Water

Photo: Andy Malcolm (114)

Crummock Water (far left) and Buttermere with Grasmoor beyond from Hay Stacks

Crummock Water (far left) and Buttermere with Grasmoor beyond from Hay Stacks

Photo: Ian Mansell (19)

Looking over Buttermere to High Snockrigg with Grasmoor in the distance from Scarth Gap

Looking over Buttermere to High Snockrigg with Grasmoor in the distance from Scarth Gap

Photo: Rob Barklamb (9)

Crummock Water and Buttermere with Grasmoor beyond from Hay Stacks (Haystacks)

Crummock Water and Buttermere with Grasmoor beyond from Hay Stacks (Haystacks)

Photo: Ian Muddimer (1)

Crummock Water (far left) and Buttermere with Grasmoor beyond from Hay Stacks

Crummock Water (far left) and Buttermere with Grasmoor beyond from Hay Stacks

Photo: Ian Mansell (21)


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