Walk c428 The Langdale Pikes, High Raise and The Easedale Fells from Grasmere

Long high level round


Route outline for walk c428:

Grasmere  -  Allan Bank  -  Wray Gill  -  Silver How  -  Lang How  -  Sinescar Pike  -  Little Castle How  -  Great Castle How  -  Blea Rigg  -  Sergeant Man  -  Thunacar Knott  -  Pavey Ark  -  Harrison Stickle  -  Loft Crag  -  Pike of Stickle (Pike O' Stickle)  -  High Raise (Langdale)  -  Codale Head  -  Tarn Crag (Easedale)  -  Far Easedale Gill  -  Sourmilk Falls  -  Far Easedale Beck  -  Goody Bridge  -  Grasmere



Points of Interest/Notes on this walk:

Dove Cottage in Grasmere was William Wordsworth's home between1799 and 1813.

William Wordsworth is buried in St Oswald's Church in Grasmere.


Peaks, Summits and Tops reached on this walk:

hewitt
3
English
Mountains
Wainwright
10
Wainwrights
 English Nuttalls
7
English
Nuttalls
Dewey
0
English
Deweys
Wainwright Outlying Fell
0
Wainwright
Outlying Fells
marilyn
1
Marilyn
Bridget
1
Bridget

Peak Bagging Statistics for this walk:

The highest point of this walk is High Raise (Langdale) at 762m (2501ft). High Raise (Langdale) is classified as an English Mountain (Hewitt) (65th highest in England, 111th highest in England & Wales) and a Wainwright (No. 57). High Raise (Langdale) is also known as an English Nuttall (79th highest in England, 135th highest in England & Wales) and an English Marilyn (20th highest in England, 467th highest in the UK). The summit of High Raise (Langdale) is marked by an Ordnance Survey Trig Point.

Completing this walk will also take you to the top of Sergeant Man at 736m (2416ft). Sergeant Man is classified as an Wainwright (No. 69).

You will also reach the summit of Harrison Stickle at 736m (2415ft). Harrison Stickle is classified as an English Mountain (Hewitt) (77th highest in England, 132nd highest in England & Wales) and a Wainwright (No. 70). Harrison Stickle is also known as an English Nuttall (96th highest in England, 163rd highest in England & Wales).

Along the way you will also bag:


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Some Photos and Pictures from Walk c428 The Langdale Pikes, High Raise and The Easedale Fells from Grasmere

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Walk c428 The Langdale Pikes, High Raise and The Easedale Fells  from Grasmere - Looking south over a snowy Stickle Tarn to Wetherlam and the Coniston Fells from Pavey Ark

Looking south over a snowy Stickle Tarn to Wetherlam and the Coniston Fells from Pavey Ark

Photo: Alan Thompson (1)

Walk c428 The Langdale Pikes, High Raise and The Easedale Fells  from Grasmere - The Langdale Pikes from Tarn Crag

The Langdale Pikes from Tarn Crag

Photo: Tim Hope (64)

Walk c428 The Langdale Pikes, High Raise and The Easedale Fells  from Grasmere - *Stickle Tarn, Harrison Stickle and Pavey Ark from near Blea Rigg

*Stickle Tarn, Harrison Stickle and Pavey Ark from near Blea Rigg

Photo: Andy Malcolm (48)

Walk c428 The Langdale Pikes, High Raise and The Easedale Fells  from Grasmere - Fishing Boat on Grasmere

Fishing Boat on Grasmere

Photo: David Hayter (407)

Walk c428 The Langdale Pikes, High Raise and The Easedale Fells  from Grasmere - Loughrigg from the slopes of Silver How

Loughrigg from the slopes of Silver How

Photo: David Hayter (392)

Walk c428 The Langdale Pikes, High Raise and The Easedale Fells  from Grasmere - Stickle Tarn from Harrison Stickle in The Langdale Pikes

Stickle Tarn from Harrison Stickle in The Langdale Pikes

Photo: David Swales (2)

Walk c428 The Langdale Pikes, High Raise and The Easedale Fells  from Grasmere - Me on the summit of Pike of Stickle, The Langdale Pikes with Windermere (far left), Loft Crag (near left), Lingmoor Fell (across Great Langdale) and Blea Tarn (right)

Me on the summit of Pike of Stickle, The Langdale Pikes with Windermere (far left), Loft Crag (near left), Lingmoor Fell (across Great Langdale) and Blea Tarn (right)

Photo: David Percival (2)

Walk c428 The Langdale Pikes, High Raise and The Easedale Fells  from Grasmere - Pike of Stickle from Loft Crag (The Langdale Pikes)

Pike of Stickle from Loft Crag (The Langdale Pikes)

Photo: Tim Hope (45)

Walk c428 The Langdale Pikes, High Raise and The Easedale Fells  from Grasmere - High Raise (Langdale) Summit

High Raise (Langdale) Summit

Photo: Hugh Turner (3)

Walk c428 The Langdale Pikes, High Raise and The Easedale Fells  from Grasmere - Stickle Tarn from the path up Pavey Ark and The Langadale Pikes

Stickle Tarn from the path up Pavey Ark and The Langadale Pikes

Photo: Steve Guest (1)

Walk c428 The Langdale Pikes, High Raise and The Easedale Fells  from Grasmere - Great Langdale from Pike of Stickle

Great Langdale from Pike of Stickle

Photo: Rob Davis (1)

Walk c428 The Langdale Pikes, High Raise and The Easedale Fells  from Grasmere - Low White Stones (foreground) with Borrowdale beyond from High Raise (Langdale)

Low White Stones (foreground) with Borrowdale beyond from High Raise (Langdale)

Photo: Alan Wainwright (220)

Walk c428 The Langdale Pikes, High Raise and The Easedale Fells  from Grasmere - Grasmere from the west shore

Grasmere from the west shore

Photo: Linda Royston (2)

Walk c428 The Langdale Pikes, High Raise and The Easedale Fells  from Grasmere - Blea Rigg, Castle How, Lang How and Silver How (far left) Great Langdale, Windermere and Elter Water (left), Lingmoor Fell and Side Pike (centre left), Blea Tarn and Little Langdale (centre right), Pike of Blisco (Pike o' Blisco) right and Crickle Crags (far right) from the summit of Harrison Stickle, The Langdale Pikes

Blea Rigg, Castle How, Lang How and Silver How (far left) Great Langdale, Windermere and Elter Water (left), Lingmoor Fell and Side Pike (centre left), Blea Tarn and Little Langdale (centre right), Pike of Blisco (Pike o' Blisco) right and Crickle Crags (far right) from the summit of Harrison Stickle, The Langdale Pikes

Photo: Jacques Duijn (1)

Walk c428 The Langdale Pikes, High Raise and The Easedale Fells  from Grasmere - Stickle Tarn from Harrison Stickle

Stickle Tarn from Harrison Stickle

Photo: Chris Haselden (4)

Walk c428 The Langdale Pikes, High Raise and The Easedale Fells  from Grasmere - High Raise (Langdale) summit trig point

High Raise (Langdale) summit trig point

Photo: Alan Wainwright (221)

Walk c428 The Langdale Pikes, High Raise and The Easedale Fells  from Grasmere - Stickle Tarn from half-way up Jake's Rake, Pavey Ark

Stickle Tarn from half-way up Jake's Rake, Pavey Ark

Photo: Scott Harvey (1)

Walk c428 The Langdale Pikes, High Raise and The Easedale Fells  from Grasmere - Me on the summit of Pike of Stickle, The Langdale Pikes with Windermere (far left), Loft Crag (near left), Lingmoor Fell (across Great Langdale), Blea Tarn (centre) and Pike of Blisco (right)

Me on the summit of Pike of Stickle, The Langdale Pikes with Windermere (far left), Loft Crag (near left), Lingmoor Fell (across Great Langdale), Blea Tarn (centre) and Pike of Blisco (right)

Photo: David Percival (1)

Walk c428 The Langdale Pikes, High Raise and The Easedale Fells  from Grasmere - Loft Crag from Pike of Stickle (The Langdale Pikes)

Loft Crag from Pike of Stickle (The Langdale Pikes)

Photo: Tim Hope (44)


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