Walk c367 Robinson and High Snockrigg from Buttermere

Long, steep ascent to superb views


Route outline for walk c367:

Buttermere  -  Dalegarth  -  Hassnesshow Beck  -  Goat Crag  -  Goat Gills  -  Robinson  -  Buttermere Moss  -  High Snockrigg  -  Buttermere




Peaks, Summits and Tops reached on this walk:

hewitt
1
English
Mountain
Wainwright
1
Wainwright
 English Nuttall
1
English
Nuttall
Dewey
1
English
Dewey
Wainwright Outlying Fell
0
Wainwright
Outlying Fells
marilyn
1
Marilyn
Bridget
0
Bridgets

Peak Bagging Statistics for this walk:

The highest point of this walk is Robinson at 737m (2419ft). Robinson is classified as an English Mountain (Hewitt) (74th highest in England, 129th highest in England & Wales) and a Wainwright (No. 67). Robinson is also known as an English Nuttall (93rd highest in England, 160th highest in England & Wales) and an English Marilyn (23rd highest in England, 508th highest in the UK).

Completing this walk will also take you to the top of High Snockrigg at 526m (1726ft). High Snockrigg is also known as an English Dewey (121st highest in England, 282nd in England & Wales)


You can find more walks near this one on these unique free-to-access Interactive Walk Planning Maps: (click/TAP to select)

The Lake District National Park


1:25,000 scale OS Explorer Map (the ones with orange/yellow covers):

OL4 The English Lakes - North Western area


1:50,000 scale OS Landranger Maps (the ones with pink/magenta covers):

89 West Cumbria, Cockermouth & Wast Water


90 Penrith & Keswick, Ambleside


Some Photos and Pictures from Walk c367 Robinson and High Snockrigg from Buttermere

In no particular order . . .

Walk c367 Robinson and High Snockrigg from Buttermere - Crummock Water with Mellbreak beyond from Robinson

Crummock Water with Mellbreak beyond from Robinson

Photo: Andy Jamieson (3)

Walk c367 Robinson and High Snockrigg from Buttermere - Fleetwith Pike (left), Hay Stacks (Haystacks) and the shoulder of High Crag (Buttermere) (right) across Buttermere

Fleetwith Pike (left), Hay Stacks (Haystacks) and the shoulder of High Crag (Buttermere) (right) across Buttermere

Photo: Clare Howard (9)

Walk c367 Robinson and High Snockrigg from Buttermere - Catlow Fell (Ravens Castle)

Catlow Fell (Ravens Castle)

Photo: Christine Shepherd (710)

Walk c367 Robinson and High Snockrigg from Buttermere - The Scafell Massif and Great Gable from Robinson summit

The Scafell Massif and Great Gable from Robinson summit

Photo: David Hayter (148)

Walk c367 Robinson and High Snockrigg from Buttermere - Buttermere with Fleetwith Pike beyond

Buttermere with Fleetwith Pike beyond

Photo: James Brennan (8)

Walk c367 Robinson and High Snockrigg from Buttermere - Buttermere from the North West shore featuring Fleetwith Pike (just right of centre)

Buttermere from the North West shore featuring Fleetwith Pike (just right of centre)

Photo: Malcolm Johnson (1)

Walk c367 Robinson and High Snockrigg from Buttermere - Autumn sunshine on Dale Head (left) and Fleetwith Pike (right) from Burtness Wood

Autumn sunshine on Dale Head (left) and Fleetwith Pike (right) from Burtness Wood

Photo: Andy Malcolm (11)

Walk c367 Robinson and High Snockrigg from Buttermere - Fleetwith Pike (left) and Hay Stacks (right) across Buttermere Lake from Hassness

Fleetwith Pike (left) and Hay Stacks (right) across Buttermere Lake from Hassness

Photo: Martyn Hibbert (12)

Walk c367 Robinson and High Snockrigg from Buttermere - Plaque dedicated to Alfred Wainwright in Buttermere Church, Buttermere

Plaque dedicated to Alfred Wainwright in Buttermere Church, Buttermere

Photo: Dave Phillips (11)

Walk c367 Robinson and High Snockrigg from Buttermere - Fleetwith Pike reflected in Buttermere

Fleetwith Pike reflected in Buttermere

Photo: Paul Johnson (21)

Walk c367 Robinson and High Snockrigg from Buttermere - Buttermere

Buttermere

Photo: David Hayter (27)

Walk c367 Robinson and High Snockrigg from Buttermere - High Stile, Red Pike (Buttermere) and Dodd (Buttermere) from across Buttermere

High Stile, Red Pike (Buttermere) and Dodd (Buttermere) from across Buttermere

Photo: Andy Malcolm (157)

Walk c367 Robinson and High Snockrigg from Buttermere - The Edge of Crag Wood at Buttermere's South Eastern shore

The Edge of Crag Wood at Buttermere's South Eastern shore

Photo: Andy Malcolm (158)

Walk c367 Robinson and High Snockrigg from Buttermere - Fleetwith Pike and Hay Stacks (Haystacks) from the campsite near Buttermere village

Fleetwith Pike and Hay Stacks (Haystacks) from the campsite near Buttermere village

Photo: Stephen Collins (55)

Walk c367 Robinson and High Snockrigg from Buttermere - No smoking sign on the door of Buttermere Church, Buttermere

No smoking sign on the door of Buttermere Church, Buttermere

Photo: Dave Phillips (9)

Walk c367 Robinson and High Snockrigg from Buttermere - Skiddaw (left) and Blencathra (right) from the slopes of Robinson

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

Photo: Rob Barklamb (19)

Walk c367 Robinson and High Snockrigg from Buttermere - Crummock Water and Rannerdale Knotts from High Snockrigg

Crummock Water and Rannerdale Knotts from High Snockrigg

Photo: David Hayter (147)

Walk c367 Robinson and High Snockrigg from Buttermere - Skiddaw and Keswick from Robinson

Skiddaw and Keswick from Robinson

Photo: Mark Johnson (2)

Walk c367 Robinson and High Snockrigg from Buttermere - Fleetwith Pike from the Southern shore of Buttermere

Fleetwith Pike from the Southern shore of Buttermere

Photo: Chris Haselden (41)

Walk c367 Robinson and High Snockrigg from Buttermere - Hay Stacks and Buttermere

Hay Stacks and Buttermere

Photo: Martyn Hibbert (9)


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