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Name:Fleetwith Pike
Hill number:2438
Height:648.9m / 2129ft
Parent (Ma):2367  Great Gable
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Western Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Derwent (Workington)
Class:Hump, Simm, Hewitt, Nuttall, Wainwright,
Birkett, Synge, Fellranger, Buxton & Lewis, Bridge,
Clem
(Hu,Tu,Sim,Hew,N,W,B,Sy,Fel,BL,Bg,Cm)
Grid ref:NY 20592 14166
Summit feature:rock 5m from cairn
Drop:118.4m
Col:530.5m  NY 2150 1346  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89 90
(1:25k) OL4S
Observations:higher ground may be hidden beneath the cairn
Survey:Leica Disto D510/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 1100 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Christo197902/01/2020
Sprog30/11/2019
Rigg14/11/2019
First visit to buttermere. Peak bagging with Lauren “Bog” steeper and tougher ascent than we realised!Sockpan02/11/2019
With Andrew GardnerDave Sargent31/10/2019
AC1928/10/2019
ALHEJ Wilkins12/10/2019
Fell3wilki12/10/2019
via the Via Ferrata at Honistermatkubicki06/10/2019
mart079701/10/2019
kitp29/09/2019
The Old fell walker27/09/2019
TamCollie18/09/2019
MikePD10/09/2019
Paul_142_uk09/09/2019
We descended Haystacks and followed the path over Green crag to Dubs Quarry then ascended up to the summit. rocky paths to begin with then up through the heather onto Fleetwith. Part of the Buttermere Challenge with MB and Richie.Zoe Little25/08/2019
Round of Wainrights with eldest son (16) from YHA Honister Hause - Grey Knotts, Brandreth, Green Gable, Great Gable, Fleetwith Pike (and also the Nuttall Honister Crag). Unexpectedly sunny all day, forecast afternoon thunderstorm only arrived in the evening. Would not recommend descending the western scree slope of Great Gable.clyoung12/08/2019
fellman08/08/2019
Haystacks- Fleetwith Pike- Black StarAJWSmith03/08/2019
From Haystacks via Green Crag and Dubs QuarryCyclistno126/07/2019
jamiehighton24/07/2019
Mellbreak and Hill Combe from Maggies Bridge Loweswater Fleetwith Pike from Honister minesgeoffryan14/07/2019
Honister - Fleetwith Pike - Haystacks - High Crag - High Stile - Red Pike - Starling Dodd - Great Borne - Ennerdale - Caw Fell - Haycock (wild camp)twg2728/06/2019
7th and last summit of the day following Stuart Marshall's Buttermere Marathon. Took a long break between Haystacks and Dubb's Hut before tackling this one. Was feeling the heat from a relentless sun and despite refilling my water was feeling dehydrated. The descent took 1.5 hours because of fatigue and dehydration but no other problems (the path looks scarier than it actually is). Long walk back to Buttermere through clouds of midges along the road because lakeside footpath was closed.NorthernWayfarer22/06/2019
From Buttermeregeoffh1216/06/2019
Nicola, Sharon & David WilsonNicola & Stuart21/05/2019
Not been here for years. A great day for it. With Bryher.jenx20/05/2019
With JGCW30/04/2019
westgate30/04/2019
hombre29/04/2019
dersu20/04/2019
With Big SamCora Thorny19/04/2019
Climbed with Sophie, Reuben, Hannah, and mumJim Baz16/04/2019
Ruth&Alice08/04/2019
Before the Extreme VF at Honister wit MG JM, GG, AK, EW, CW.Ellie's Hills06/04/2019
emmabell24/02/2019
Honister Crag, Fleetwith Pikekeithouk17/02/2019
Dawn Oldham17/02/2019
With NB from YH. Honister Crag, Fleetworth Pike, Down to Dubbs Hut for respite from wind and rain for lunch. Then Brandreth and Grey Knotts return via NNE shoulder to mine. Another very wet and windy day.Frank12/02/2019
Honister Crag, Fleetwith Pike, Brandreth, Grey Kotts. From Honister with FR in RainBheinn12/02/2019
Brandreth, Grey Knotts and Fleetwith Pike with Manuel after BPH4.robba_wag28/01/2019
with Gus ( Dale head, Robinson to follow and back along the lake.)AbiD05/01/2019
davechick05/01/2019
Up the noseCyclistno101/01/2019
Ascent of Fleetwith Pike from Honister Pass YHA via Hooper Quarry. Descent to Dubs Quarry and ascent of Hay Stacks via Green Crag and Innominate Tarn. Return via Tramway Path.raymooremanx01/01/2019
ScaSey24/11/2018
For the Remembrance Sunday Centenary. Bagged on way back. Some decent views. Solo. 5/5Tom D11/11/2018
Mark. Lisa Ade and mePaul Beard28/10/2018
From Buttermere church, straight up the nose of Fleetwith Pike and then on to Haystacks. Perfect conditions, excellent visibility.MountainTerrier27/10/2018
From Gatesgarth via Haystacks and descent directly back to car.benalder28417/10/2018