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High Raise (Mardale)
804m (2636ft)

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


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39th highest in England,
73rd in England & Wales

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Wainwright
(No. 31)

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46th highest in England,
88th in England & Wales

Walk High Raise (Mardale) walking UK Mountains in The Far Eastern Fells The Lake District National Park Cumbria    England

High Raise (Mardale) Summit

Photo: Robert Hall

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Other walkers who hiked, climbed, bagged and summited High Raise (Mardale) Fellow go4awalkers who have already walked, climbed, summited & bagged High Raise (Mardale)

Christine Shepherd walked up High Raise (Mardale) on April 12th, 2007 [from/via/route] Used walk c128 'The Hayeswater Round from Brother's water Climbed again from Hartsop using c128 as a guide but went up Gray Crag instead of Hartsop Dodd & added Rest Dodd, The Nab & Brock Crags after The Knott. [with] Rebecca once and solo twice [weather] Bright & windy - Climbed on 12.4.07 from Brothers Water with my daughter, Rebecca. A great day's walking. I climbed High Raise again by myself using walk c159 from Christy Bridge on 15.4.09. This was another brilliant walk.

Richard Fulcher climbed High Raise (Mardale) on April 25th, 2022 [from/via/route] Parked next to St Martins church in Martindale. Walked to Dale End farm & ascended under Heck Crag up to the path above Angle Tarn. Walked on the main path until veering left up to Rest Dodd. I went on to The Nab whilst Jen waited by the wall. We then walked right around Rest Dodd & up to The Knott. From the Knott we crossed over to Rampsgill Head & on up to High Raise. We followed the ridge towards Low Raise before realising our mistake & correcting. We reached Red Crag & started to descend via Gowk Hill eventually reaching our car after 10h 20m of walking!! [with] Jen [weather] Still & breezy at times on the top with a cold wind. Temp on the tops was about 1 celcius. Some sun but lots of cloud. - Good packed lunch with coffee, fruit cake & chocolate biscuits.

Paul Ward bagged High Raise (Mardale) on August 13th, 2021 [from/via/route] Started from Howtown Hotel Bonscale Pike, [with] Jamie [weather] Dry, overcast with strong winds on tops.

John Bryers hiked High Raise (Mardale) on May 11th, 2018 [from/via/route] Walked from St. Peter's church up front of Bonscale Pike, Arthur's Pike, Loadpot Hill, Wether Hill, High Raise, Kidsty Pike, Rampsgill Head, Rest Dodd & The Nab dropping back into Bannerdale & road back to church. [with] With Mya my faithful 12 year old Patterdale Terrier. [weather] Weather sunny to start, slight wind on ridges with light rain at times ending with some warm sunshine.

Caroline Winter summited High Raise (Mardale) on June 3rd, 2021 [from/via/route] Mardale head CP, Riggindale edge, Rough Crag, The Knott, Rest Dodd, Rampsgill Head, High Raise, Riggindale edge [with] Becky [weather] Cloudy & warm, with dense fog in afternoon - To the outlier Rest Dodd & back, before taking a short cut to Rampsgill head from The Knott, but fog rapidly descended & needed to find Rampsgill Head by gps. Eventually, found High Raise with assistance from man familiar with area, but visibility so poor that unable to find route to Kirsty Pike, so needed to back track down Riggindale.

Richard Marshall conquered High Raise (Mardale) on May 26th, 2021 [from/via/route] RM super route from Martindale 19 miles 6300ft ascent [with] Roxy & Bo [weather] Showers,fog, sun & very wet underfoot

Chris Sheard scaled High Raise (Mardale) on August 10th, 2020 [from/via/route] Up from Hartsop carpark [with] Jamie [weather] Quite warm start with light winds cleared for a glorious afternoon - Steep initial ascent & worth it for socialising with folks on CtC - Much water needed

Richard Grimshaw walked up High Raise (Mardale) on August 1st, 2020 [from/via/route] Mardale Head via Mardale Ill Bell, High Street & Rampsgill Head [with] Carol Brown [weather] Cloud covered summit

Claire Kirk climbed High Raise (Mardale) on July 18th, 2020 [from/via/route] Cow Bridge car park [with] Phil [weather] Dull at first, sunny later.

Adrian Howard bagged High Raise (Mardale) on September 28th, 2017 [from/via/route] Cow Bridge Car park

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More Photographs & Pictures of views from, on or of High Raise (Mardale)

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)

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)

High Street, Kidsty Pike and High Raise (Mardale) from the summit cairn on Harper Hills

High Street, Kidsty Pike and High Raise (Mardale) from the summit cairn on Harper Hills

Photo: Andy Lyons (73)

Rest Dodd (far left), The Nab (left), The Ramps Gill Valley, Wether Hill, Wether Hill (South Top) Keasgill Head, Red Crag, Raven Howe and High Raise (Mardale) (right) from Rampsgill Head

Rest Dodd (far left), The Nab (left), The Ramps Gill Valley, Wether Hill, Wether Hill (South Top) Keasgill Head, Red Crag, Raven Howe and High Raise (Mardale) (right) from Rampsgill Head

Photo: Andy Malcolm (235)

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)

Harter Fell (Mardale) (far left), Nan Bield Pass, Rough Crag, Riggindale Crag, High Street, Kidsty Pike, High Raise (Mardale) Wether Hill and Wether Hill (South Top) from the cairn marking the high point on the Old Corpse Road (Haweswater)

Harter Fell (Mardale) (far left), Nan Bield Pass, Rough Crag, Riggindale Crag, High Street, Kidsty Pike, High Raise (Mardale) Wether Hill and Wether Hill (South Top) from the cairn marking the high point on the Old Corpse Road (Haweswater)

Photo: Robert Hall (65)

The large cairn on the High Raise (Mardale) summit)

The large cairn on the High Raise (Mardale) summit)

Photo: Christine Shepherd (480)


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