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Robinson
737m (2419ft)

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


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75th highest in England,
130th in England & Wales

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93rd highest in England,
160th in England & Wales

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23rd highest in England,
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The view from the summit of Robinson

Photo: Rob Barklamb

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

Richard Marshall walked up on October 11th, 2020 [from/via/route] From Newlands church [with] Bo & Roxy and Andy Pratt [weather] Warm Sunny

Dave Eyes climbed on September 28th, 2020 [from/via/route] Parked at Littletown. Ascended up to the path between Catbells and Maiden Moor and walked along to High Spy. Travelled on to Dale Head Tarn and up the side to Dale Head. Continued round to Hindscarth and then back to the ridge walk and on to Robinson. Returned to Littletown along the back of Robinson [with] Christine Eyes [weather] Cloudy with strong wind and some rain and very wet under foot. Limited views. - Limited views.

Andrew Flynn bagged on August 8th, 2020 [from/via/route] c459 The Greater Newlands Horseshoe from Hawes End [with] Nicola [weather] Very very sunny - Ran out of water with approx 7 miles to go. A lot of lessons learnt that day.

Kevin Foster hiked on March 16th, 2020 [from/via/route] Roadside parking west of Little Town. [with] Henry. [weather] Sunny with broken cloud. Cold northerly wind. - This fell is better tackled in ascent rather than descent due to a tricky scramble where High Snab Bank joins the mountain's northeast ridge. The summit has an interesting 'groove' between two rocky outcrops with a large pile of stones on the western outcrop. The views of the surrounding fells and lakes particularly southwards is impressive!

Christine Shepherd summited on May 1st, 2006 [from/via/route] Walked from Littletown using walk 214 [with] Melissa and Richard on their first visit to the Lakes! [weather] Bright but chilly on top. - Climbed again as part of the 10 in 10 challenge on 22.6.19.

Andrew Johnson conquered on December 19th, 2019 [from/via/route] Buttermere [weather] Overcast and snow on the ground. Cold wind.

Simon Boddy scaled on September 18th, 2019 [from/via/route] Honister [with] HF Holidays [weather] Sunny and clear

Richard Marchant walked up on October 9th, 1988 [from/via/route] We parked at the NT car park at the base of Cat Bells. This walk was basically the Newlands Round although we didn't take in Hindscarth. We started with the ascent of Cat Bells and basically followed the ridge up to High Spy then dipped down before ascending Dale Head. With my Mum being a bit tired we missed Hindscarth out and carried on along the ridge to Robinson and then cut down in to the Newlands valley and worked out way back to the car. Another lovely memory for me. [with] Mum & Dad [weather] A fine day with no wind and wall to wall sunshine - Carried out the Newlands round horseshoe with my Mum and was taken during a weeks holiday in the Lakes with Mum and my Dad although I just went out walking up the mountains with my Mum as my Dad was not fit enough to join us. We stopped at a self catering cottage at Dockray. Probably the last holiday I had away from Dorset with my Mum and Dad,

Craig Steeland climbed on June 27th, 2019 [from/via/route] From top of Honnister PAss [with] With Sue [weather] Sunny, warm and dry

Richard Newell bagged on May 18th, 2019 [with] Sameer

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

Robinson's Cairn with Pillar Rock beyond (left of the cairn and to right of the 'notch')

Robinson's Cairn with Pillar Rock beyond (left of the cairn and to right of the 'notch')

Photo: David Connolly (26)

Robinson from Scope End

Robinson from Scope End

Photo: Richard Nicholls (26)

Buttermere and Red Pike from Robinson slopes

Buttermere and Red Pike from Robinson slopes

Photo: David Hayter (149)

Robinson and Buttermere from Old Burtness below Red Pike (Buttermere)

Robinson and Buttermere from Old Burtness below Red Pike (Buttermere)

Photo: Clare Howard (10)

Mellbreak, Buttermere and Rannerdale Knotts from Robinson

Mellbreak, Buttermere and Rannerdale Knotts from Robinson

Photo: Chris Brankin (28)

High Spy (North Top), High Spy, Maiden Moor, Hindscarth (left), Robinson, Crag Hill (Eel Crag), Causey Pike, Barrow (Newlands) (centre), Newlands, Bassenthwaite Lake, Swinside, Skiddaw, Derwent Water and Blencathra (right) beyond from Cat Bells (Catbells)

High Spy (North Top), High Spy, Maiden Moor, Hindscarth (left), Robinson, Crag Hill (Eel Crag), Causey Pike, Barrow (Newlands) (centre), Newlands, Bassenthwaite Lake, Swinside, Skiddaw, Derwent Water and Blencathra (right) beyond from Cat Bells (Catbells)

Photo: Steve Truwick (4)

The shoulder of Grasmoor (left), Robinson, Rannerdale Knotts (centre) and the High Stile Ridge (High Crag, High Stile and Red Pike (Buttermere) reflected beautifully in a very still Crummock Water taken from the north west shore below Mellbreak

The shoulder of Grasmoor (left), Robinson, Rannerdale Knotts (centre) and the High Stile Ridge (High Crag, High Stile and Red Pike (Buttermere) reflected beautifully in a very still Crummock Water taken from the north west shore below Mellbreak

Photo: Geoff Rawlinson (1)

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)

Watendlath Tarn and High Tove from near Watendlath

Watendlath Tarn and High Tove from near Watendlath

Photo: Andy Jamieson (4)

High Snockrigg and Robinson, Buttermere and Fleetwith Pike from the summit of Hen Comb

High Snockrigg and Robinson, Buttermere and Fleetwith Pike from the summit of Hen Comb

Photo: David Hayter (368)

Grasmoor (back), Whiteless Pike, Wandope and Crag Hill (Eel Crag), Sail (mid distance) and Knott Rigg (foreground right) from Robinson

Grasmoor (back), Whiteless Pike, Wandope and Crag Hill (Eel Crag), Sail (mid distance) and Knott Rigg (foreground right) from Robinson

Photo: Chris Brankin (29)

Hindscarth (left), Scope End (centre) and Robinson (right) from above Little Town

Hindscarth (left), Scope End (centre) and Robinson (right) from above Little Town

Photo: Rob Barklamb (22)

Robinson towering above Honister Pass from the lower slopes of Grey Knotts

Robinson towering above Honister Pass from the lower slopes of Grey Knotts

Photo: Matt Delemare (26)

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

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)

Crummock Water, Rannerdale Knotts and Robinson beyond from Black Beck

Crummock Water, Rannerdale Knotts and Robinson beyond from Black Beck

Photo: Andy Malcolm (73)

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)

The High Level Route from Looking Stead (Pillar) to Robinson's Cairn, Pillar

The High Level Route from Looking Stead (Pillar) to Robinson's Cairn, Pillar

Photo: David Connolly (23)

Dodd and Robinson from Lingcomb Edge

Dodd and Robinson from Lingcomb Edge

Photo: David Hayter (21)

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

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

Photo: Michael Lee (2)

The view from the summit of Swinside (Portinscale) featuring Derwent Water, Cat Bells , Maiden Moor, High Spy, Dale Head (Newlands), Hindscarth, Robinson, Causey Pike, Sail, Crag Hill (Eel Crag), Barrow and Gridedale Pike

The view from the summit of Swinside (Portinscale) featuring Derwent Water, Cat Bells , Maiden Moor, High Spy, Dale Head (Newlands), Hindscarth, Robinson, Causey Pike, Sail, Crag Hill (Eel Crag), Barrow and Gridedale Pike

Photo: Mike Walker (353)

High Snockrigg, Robinson, Hindscarth and Dale Head (Newlands) above Dodd (Buttermere) and Buttermere Lake from Red Pike (Buttermere)

High Snockrigg, Robinson, Hindscarth and Dale Head (Newlands) above Dodd (Buttermere) and Buttermere Lake from Red Pike (Buttermere)

Photo: Tony Higgs (34)

The summit of Ard Crags with the shoulder of Robinson and High Snockrigg beyond

The summit of Ard Crags with the shoulder of Robinson and High Snockrigg beyond

Photo: Christine Shepherd (501)

Whiteless Pike (left), High Snockrigg and Robinson (right) and Crummock Water from Black Beck (Mosedale)

Whiteless Pike (left), High Snockrigg and Robinson (right) and Crummock Water from Black Beck (Mosedale)

Photo: David Hayter (369)

Rannerdale Knotts, Crummock Water, Mellbreak and Loweswater from Robinson

Rannerdale Knotts, Crummock Water, Mellbreak and Loweswater from Robinson

Photo: Gerry Ball (1)

Robinson, Crag Hill (Eel Crag), Sail, Causey Pike, Rowling End, The Skiddaw Masiff, Keswick, Cat Bells (Catbells) and High Crags from Blea Crags

Robinson, Crag Hill (Eel Crag), Sail, Causey Pike, Rowling End, The Skiddaw Masiff, Keswick, Cat Bells (Catbells) and High Crags from Blea Crags

Photo: Chris Brankin (36)

From left to right: Dale Head (Newlands), Hindscarth, High Crags and Robinson from just beyond Little Town

From left to right: Dale Head (Newlands), Hindscarth, High Crags and Robinson from just beyond Little Town

Photo: Rob Barklamb (50)

Pillar Rock from Robinson's Cairn

Pillar Rock from Robinson's Cairn

Photo: David Elliott (5)

Hindscarth, Scope End and Robinson from Newlands Church

Hindscarth, Scope End and Robinson from Newlands Church

Photo: Wayne Hill (93)

Skiddaw (left) and Blencathra (right) from the slopes of Robinson

Skiddaw (left) and Blencathra (right) from the slopes of Robinson

Photo: Rob Barklamb (19)

Robinson summit shelter

Robinson summit shelter

Photo: Chris Brankin (27)

Pillar (left) and Pillar Rock from Robinson's Cairn

Pillar (left) and Pillar Rock from Robinson's Cairn

Photo: David Elliott (6)

Skiddaw and Keswick from Robinson

Skiddaw and Keswick from Robinson

Photo: Mark Johnson (2)

Hindscarth, Scope End (foreground) and Robinson from Little Town

Hindscarth, Scope End (foreground) and Robinson from Little Town

Photo: Gerry Ball (3)

Russ with High Snockrigg, Robinson and Buttermere in the background from above from Burtness Wood

Russ with High Snockrigg, Robinson and Buttermere in the background from above from Burtness Wood

Photo: Clare Howard (12)

Lesley, Millie and Monty on Robinson summit in May 2012

Lesley, Millie and Monty on Robinson summit in May 2012

Photo: Tony Lee (2)

Gatesgarth and Fleetwith Pike (with Robinson and Dale Head (Newlands) beyond) from High Stile

Gatesgarth and Fleetwith Pike (with Robinson and Dale Head (Newlands) beyond) from High Stile

Photo: Rob Pullan (20)

Robinson and Buttermere from Mellbreak

Robinson and Buttermere from Mellbreak

Photo: David Hayter (118)

Robinson from Blea Crags

Robinson from Blea Crags

Photo: Chris Brankin (31)

Robinson from High Snab Bank

Robinson from High Snab Bank

Photo: Chris Haselden (32)

The summit shelter, Mellbreak, Rannerdale Knotts, Buttermere, Grasmoor, Whiteless Pike, Wandope, Crag Hill (Eel Crag), Sail and Knott Rigg from the summit of Robinson

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)

Anniversary Waltz Fell Race leader on Robinson summit

Anniversary Waltz Fell Race leader on Robinson summit

Photo: David Hayter (146)

Waiting for Cedric Robinson to guide us from Arnisde across Morecambe Bay to Kents Bank

Waiting for Cedric Robinson to guide us from Arnisde across Morecambe Bay to Kents Bank

Photo: Tony Higgs (7)

The Scafell Massif and Great Gable from Robinson summit

The Scafell Massif and Great Gable from Robinson summit

Photo: David Hayter (148)

Robinson (left), Buttermere and Red Pike (Buttermere) from Hen Comb

Robinson (left), Buttermere and Red Pike (Buttermere) from Hen Comb

Photo: Raymond Brown (46)

Robinson from Sail (Derwent Fells)

Robinson from Sail (Derwent Fells)

Photo: William Ringwood (24)

Gatesgarth and Fleetwith Pike (with Robinson and Dale Head (Newlands) beyond) from High Stile

Gatesgarth and Fleetwith Pike (with Robinson and Dale Head (Newlands) beyond) from High Stile

Photo: Rob Pullan (19)

Robinson (left), Buttermere and Red Pike (Buttermere) from Hen Comb summit cairn

Robinson (left), Buttermere and Red Pike (Buttermere) from Hen Comb summit cairn

Photo: Raymond Brown (48)

High Snockrigg and Robinson across Buttermere

High Snockrigg and Robinson across Buttermere

Photo: Andy Malcolm (160)

Crummock Water, Rannerdale Knotts and Robinson beyond from Black Beck

Crummock Water, Rannerdale Knotts and Robinson beyond from Black Beck

Photo: Andy Malcolm (71)

Crummock Water with Mellbreak beyond from Robinson

Crummock Water with Mellbreak beyond from Robinson

Photo: Andy Jamieson (3)


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