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Yewbarrow, Great Gable, Lingmell, Scafell Pike and Sca Fell from Wast Water

The Lake District National Park,
Cumbria, England

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Alan Wainwright (76 of 223)

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Walk c386 Yewbarrow from Wasdale Head, Wast Water

Very steep ascent up to Dore Head - pick a nice day

Route Summary: - Wasdale Head, Mosedale Beck, Dore Head, Yewbarrow (North Top), Yewbarrow, Bell Rib, Dropping Crag, Over Beck, Overbeck Bridge, Wasdale Head, Wast Water.

Length: 8km (5 miles) | Ascent: 647m (2123ft) | Allow at least: 4hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Moderate


Walk c116 Illgill Head and Whin Rigg from Wasdale Head, Wast Water

Superb ridge walk above Lakeland's deepest lake

Route Summary: - Wasdale Head, (National Trust Campsite), Wast Water, Lingmell Gill, Illgill Head, Whin Rigg, Greathall Gill, Wasdale Hall Youth Hostel, Wast Water, Wasdale Head.

Length: 14.5km (9 miles) | Ascent: 732m (2402ft) | Allow at least: 5¾hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Moderate


Walk c172 Scafell Pike via The Corridor Route from Wasdale Head, Wast Water

England's Highest Mountain

Route Summary: - Wasdale Head, Lingmell Gill, Brown Tongue, Hollow Stones, Mickledore, Scafell Pike, The Corridor Route, Sty Head, Lingmell Beck, Gable Beck Bridge, Wasdale Head, Wast Water.

Length: 12km (7½ miles) | Ascent: 981m (3218ft) | Allow at least: 6hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Moderate


Walk c111 Scafell Pike from Wasdale Head, Wast Water

The direct route up and down England's Highest

Route Summary: - Wasdale Head, Lingmell Gill, Brown Tongue, Hollow Stones, Mickledore, Scafell Pike, Mickledore, Lingmell Beck, Wasdale Head, Wast Water.

Length: 10km (6¼ miles) | Ascent: 971m (3187ft) | Allow at least: 5½hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Moderate


Walk c233 Sca Fell and Scafell Pike from Wasdale Head, Wast Water

England's 2 highest mountains

Route Summary: - Wasdale Head, (National Trust Campsite), Wast Water, Lingmell, Corridor Route, Scafell Pike, Mickledore, Foxes Tarn, Symonds Knott, Sca Fell, Lingmell Gill, Wasdale Head, Wast Water.

Length: 12km (7½ miles) | Ascent: 1279m (4195ft) | Allow at least: 7hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Hard


Walk c240 Kirk Fell, Pillar and Little Scoat Fell from Wasdale Head, Wast Water

Fantastic high level walk with glorious views

Route Summary: - Wasdale Head, Kirk Fell, Kirk Fell (East Top), 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, Mosedale Beck, Wasdale Head, Wast Water.

Length: 12.5km (7¾ miles) | Ascent: 1465m (4808ft) | Allow at least: 7¾hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Hard


Walk c364 Seatallan and Haycock from Wast Water

Superb views from little visited fells

Route Summary: - Greendale Farm, Gill Farm, Buckbarrow, Seatallan, Pots of Ashness, Gowder Crag, Haycock, Little Lad Crag, Nether Beck, Wast Water, Wasdale, Greendale Farm.

Length: 15.5km (9¾ miles) | Ascent: 986m (3236ft) | Allow at least: 6¾hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Hard


Walk c197 Lingmell and Scafell Pike from Wasdale Head, Wast Water

England's highest mountain

Route Summary: - Wasdale Head, Wast Water, Lingmell, Lingmell Col, Scafell Pike, Broad Crag, Ill Crag, Great End, Esk Hause, Sty Head, Lingmell Beck, Gable Beck Bridge, Wasdale Head, Wast Water.

Length: 14.5km (9 miles) | Ascent: 1126m (3696ft) | Allow at least: 7hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Hard


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

One of Lakeland's finest walks - unmissable

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.

Length: 17.5km (11 miles) | Ascent: 1457m (4782ft) | Allow at least: 8¾hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Hard


Walk c133 The Netherbeck Round from Greendale

Superb mountain walk on less crowded fells

Route Summary: - Greendale Farm, Middle Fell (Wasdale), Seatallan, Pots of Ashness, Gowder Crag, Haycock, Great Scoat Fell, Steeple, Scoat Fell (Little Scoat Fell), Red Pike (Wasdale), Dore Head, Yewbarrow (North Top), Yewbarrow, Bell Rib, Dropping Crag, Overbeck Bridge, Wast Water, Greendale Farm.

Length: 18km (11¼ miles) | Ascent: 1554m (5100ft) | Allow at least: 9¼hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Hard


Walk c271 The Scafell Massif from Wasdale Head, Wast Water

England's highest & 2nd highest mountains

Route Summary: - Wasdale Head, (National Trust Campsite), Wast Water, Lingmell, Middleboot Knotts, Round How (Scafell), Great End, Ill Crag, Broad Crag, Scafell Pike, Mickledore, Foxes Tarn, Symonds Knott, Sca Fell, Wast Water.

Length: 15.5km (9¾ miles) | Ascent: 1567m (5140ft) | Allow at least: 8¾hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Hard


Walk c343 Pillar and Red Pike from Wasdale Head, Wast Water

One of Lakeland's finest walks - unmissable

Route Summary: - Wasdale Head, Mosedale Beck, Black Sail Pass, High Level Route, Robinson's Cairn, Pillar, Wind Gap, Black Crag (Pillar), Scoat Fell (Little Scoat Fell), Red Pike (Wasdale), Dore Head, Over Beck, Wasdale Head, Wast Water.

Length: 16.5km (10¼ miles) | Ascent: 1219m (4001ft) | Allow at least: 7¾hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Hard


Walk c453 The Scafell Mountains from Wasdale Head, Wast Water

Testing route up England's highest mountains

Route Summary: - Wasdale Head, (National Trust Campsite), Wast Water, Lingmell, Corridor Route, Great End, Ill Crag, Broad Crag, Scafell Pike, Mickledore, Foxes Tarn, Symonds Knott, Sca Fell, Slight Side, Broad Tongue, Hardrigg Gill, Wasdale Head, Wast Water.

Length: 17.5km (11 miles) | Ascent: 1648m (5409ft) | Allow at least: 9½hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Hard


Walk c141 Great Gable and Pillar from Wasdale Head, Wast Water

Superb high level route from remote Wasdale

Route Summary: - Wasdale Head, Moses' Trod, Lingmell Beck, Gable Beck Bridge, Sty Head, Great Gable, Westmorland Cairn, Beck Head, Beckhead Tarn, Kirk Fell (East Top), Kirk Fell, 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, Mosedale Beck, Wasdale Head, Wast Water.

Length: 18km (11¼ miles) | Ascent: 1773m (5819ft) | Allow at least: 10hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Very Hard


Walk c423 The Wast Water Round from Wasdale Head, Wast Water

Testing hike around Lakeland's deepest lake

Route Summary: - Wasdale Head, (National Trust Campsite), Wast Water, Lingmell Gill, Illgill Head, Whin Rigg, Greathall Gill, Low Wood, Lund Bridge, Woodhow Farm, Woodhow Tarn, Scale Farm, Tosh Tarn, Gill Farm, Gill Beck, Buckbarrow, Cold Well, Nether Wasdale Common, Seatallan, Windscale Hows, Middle Fell (Wasdale), Greendale Farm, Nether Beck, Overbeck Bridge, Wasdale Head, Wast Water.

Length: 24.5km (15¼ miles) | Ascent: 1475m (4841ft) | Allow at least: 10½hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Very Hard


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