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Name:High Raise [High White Stones]
Hill number:2396
Height:762m / 2500ft
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Central Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Leven (Ulverston), Derwent (Workington), Catchment Boundaries
Watershed:St Bees Head to Ravenscar, Morecambe Bay
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Hewitt, Nuttall,
Wainwright, Birkett, Synge, Fellranger, Buxton & Lewis,
Bridge, Clem
Grid ref:NY 28089 09523
Summit feature:rock 15m SSE of trig point
Col:479m  NY265088  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89 90
(1:25k) OL4S OL6N
Observations:rock 30cm higher than flush bracket; windshelter conceal higher rock
Survey:Abney level
Comments:Dropped from Trail 100 list Jan 2020
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Day 2, drove to Grasmere and started with Silver how, then up to Blea Rigg and Sergeant man. Across to Thunacar knott and finally down to High raise and Tarn crag in a big loop back to the car.george_herbert_03/08/2020
Stonethwaite > Eagle Crag > Sergeant's Crag > Low White Stones > High Raise > Low White Stones > Ullscarf > High Saddle > Low Saddle > Dock Tarn > Stonethwaite. Just me and H. Quite cloudy but some sunshine breaking through. Tops all clear, ground quite wet.johnkaysleftleg05/02/2020
slog up easy slopes from Sergeant's Crag KeithByTheC20/01/2020
Loft Crag, Pike O Stickle, Harrison Stickle, Thunacar Knott, High Raise and Rossett Pike with Cameron, Sheena, Poppy and Gus.AbiD29/11/2019
Dungeon Ghyll -> Pike of Blisco -> Cold Pike -> Cold Pike West Top -> Cold Pike Far West Top -> Great Knott -> Crinkle Crags South Top -> Crinkle Crags Long Top -> Shelter Crags -> Shelter Crags North Top -> Bow Fell -> Esk Pike -> Rossett Pike -> High Raise -> Thurnacar Knott -> Harrison Stickle -> Pike of Stickle -> Loft Crag -> Dungeon Ghyll.axoree15/09/2019
Grasmere, Helm Crag, Greenburn bottom,Calf crag, low white stones, High Raise, Sgt man, Blea rigg, Castle how, little castle how, Swinescar pike, Silver How, Grasmere. 14.5 miles.AvidSockWearer08/09/2019
With ASW. We climbed Helm Crag (405M), a detour down into the valley to find Greenburn Bottom, then back up to Calf Crag (537m), then continuing to the highest point of the Central Fells, High Raise (762m). From there we continued to Sergeant Man (736m), down to Blea Rigg (541m) and finally across to Silver How (395m), then back down into Grasmere.meltdiceburg08/09/2019
With Jules and Jill on an overcast and windy dayGrey Hare17/08/2019
A Langdale round in the sunshine from New Dungeon Ghyll.Chopperbrown03/08/2019
CathyEllie's Hills03/08/2019
With JGCW02/07/2019
From Grasmere up far easedale to High Raise returned over Sergeant Man down Blease ridge.jeffurz126/06/2019
Second summit of the day. The views in every direction were fabulous.apshepherd28/05/2019
ENGLISH 3000's Started 03:00 Wasdale Head CP with GAVIN SIMPSON > SCAFELL (3162) > SYMONDS KNOTT (3147) > (Lord's Rake) > SCAFELL PIKE (3209) > BROAD CRAG (3069) > ILL CRAG (3054) > Blunt Top > High Raise [High Raise (High White Stones)] > Low White Stones > STEEL FELL [DEAD PIKE - STEEL FELL] > (Dunmail Raise) > HELVELLYN (3117) > HELVELLYN LOWER MAN (3035) >White Side > Raise > Little Dodd (St John's Common) > Calfhow Pike > Clough Head > White Pike > (Threlkeld) > Sale How > SKIDDAW SOUTH TOP (3035) > SKIDDAW MIDDLE TOP (3045) > SKIDDAW (3054) > SKIDDAW NORTH TOP ( 3025) > Broad End > Bakestall finished 23:00 Peter House Farm 36 Miles - 11,721ft ascent (20 hours)Mark A Hartry18/05/2019
Start location: Old Dungeon Ghyll Hotel Start time: 12:00 Route: West on the Cumbria WayJBowers04/05/2019
Fisher Crag, Armboth Fell, Armboth Fell, Shivery Knott, Wantendlath Fell, Standing Crag, Ullscarf, Low White Stones, High Raise, Sergeant Man, Codale Head, Tarn Cragkeithouk14/04/2019
From Sergents Crag.bevandy11409/04/2019
Keswick to Ambleside via High Raise.ramblyandy06/04/2019
Trail: High Raise walk 1ianwkitson29/03/2019
With many friends from CUHWC: YHA High Close - Blea Rigg - Sergeant Man - High Raise - Calf Crag - Gibson Knott - Helm Crag - YHA High CloseMark Jackson16/02/2019
Grasmere - Steel Fell - Calf Crag - Ullscarf - High Raise - Sergeant Man - Blea Rigg - Lang How - Grasmeretwg2716/02/2019
Langdales Hil Bagging hikejmistry8617/01/2019
Codale Head > Sergeant Man  > Sergeant Man North Top > High Raise (High White Stones) > Thunacar Knott North Top > Thunacar Knott > Pike How from GR: NY 29430 06353ronaldo33317/11/2018
Codale Head > Sergeant Man  > Sergeant Man North Top > High Raise (High White Stones) > Thunacar Knott North Top > Thunacar Knott > Pike How from GR: NY 29430 06353Hippster17/11/2018
JNR recce, stunning day, calm, cloudless and clear all day, diametrically opposite to yesterdayrichardrosser10/10/2018
From Langdale Fell cp 296064 (£8 for day). Up between Harrison Stickle and Langdale Pikes (wee scramble) and onto top. Back via Sergeant Man and waterfall. Great day, great weather and views.iangalbraith23/09/2018
w/ gTom D25/08/2018
From Sargent Man. Easy path though a little wet in places.adrian34503/08/2018
Ascended from sergeant man on a round from the langdales. Straight easy path to follow with awesome views. With the walking groupZoe Little16/07/2018
Parked at Stonethwaite on a scorching hot day: Eagle Crag, Sergeants Crag, High Raise, Low White Stones,Greenup Edge, Ullscarf, High Saddle, Low Saddle, Lord's Howe, Green Combe and Great Crag. Very hard walk due to the heat, and paths overgrown with bracken. Very few walkers about. Arrived back in Stonethwaite at 8pm. sunburned and exhausted.Lazylizzie08/07/2018
Second round of Wainwrights. Route: NT carpark at Stickle Barn, Mill Gill, Stickle Tarn, Belles Knott, Codale Head, High Raise, Low White Stones, Martcrag Moor, Stake Pass, Mickleden, ODG. Very hot sunny day with L.Skip207/07/2018
For second round of Wainwrights. Started from NT carpark at Stickle Barn, up Mill Gill, then Stickle Tarn, Belles Knott, Codale Head, High Raise, Low White Stones, Martcrag Moor, Stake Pass, Mickleden, ODG. Very hot sunny day - L swam in the tarnSkip07/07/2018
From Grasmere Village, map ref NY 33720 07671 Via Helm Crag, Gibson Knott, Calf Crag, Codale Head then onto, Sergeant Man. Return via Easedale Tarn.Westdenewalker04/07/2018
10.5 mile linear walk starting in Langdale, climbing steeply up Mark Gate path around Loft Crag and scrambled onto Pike of Stickle, went back along and ascended Loft Crag, back down and across to Harrison Stickle, then around to Pavey Ark wainwright, then across to Thunacar Knott, then contoured around to Sergeant Man Wainwright then easy ascent to High Raise, descended and took path onto Calf Crag then along smaller path to Steel Fell finishing up at Steel End car park. Glorious day, sun with thin layer of cloud way above most summits so no direct sunlight, busy as usual, great views.DanTrig23/06/2018
We powered up to the summit in about 20 mins. Really good views of Borrowdale and Keswick. Great trig point and wind shelter where Bec was still recovering from Jacks Rake. Didnt spend to long here but was a great 360 summit views from great gable to Skiddaw.Scotty 2 Hotty19/06/2018
From Sergeant Man.MrChris198004/06/2018
with Kris, from NDG , after Sergeant Man, misty poor pathsJames Burrows02/06/2018
On mega round to bag last 5 in the book - 50th Birthday celebsjpitches19/05/2018
Parked against the old road bridge just up the road from Dungeon Ghyll Car Park (free parking), back through Dungeon Ghyll Car Park up onto Loft Crag, Pike of Stickle, Thunacar Knott, High Raise, Sergeant Man, Pavey Ark, Harrison Stickle and back down via Pike Howe to car.Chipstertrain17/05/2018
from Stonethwaite via Greenup Gill, climbing Eagle Crag and Sergeant Crag on the way there. good shelter by the summit Trig point to duck out of the windkeenwalker16/05/2018
Stonethwaite, Eagle Crag, Sergeant's Crag, Low White Stones, High Raise, Sergeant Man, Martcrag Moor. With Jill and Gary.ijpowell19/04/2018
2nd time.russell6119/04/2018
From Grasmere ascent of Silver How, via Allan Bank and Wray Gill. On to Blea Cragg via Lang How and Great Castle. Up to Sergeant Man and on to High Raise. Easterly down to Ash Crags to Tarn Crag. Contouring round to Broadstone Head, descent to Brownrigg Moss and ascent of Calf Crag, Round to Steel Fell and Dead Pike. Return to Calf Crag and along the ridge to Gibson Knott and Helm Crag. Descent to Lancrigg and return to Grasmere.raymooremanx14/04/2018
With Steven and Nephew PeterInez06/04/2018
Came up from Easedale Tarn, via Sergeant Man. White out due to cloud. Great fun.yeha04/03/2018