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Name:Stonesty Pike
Hill number:3729
Height:765m / 2510ft
Parent (Ma):2359  Scafell Pike
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Southern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Duddon, Catchment Boundaries, Esk (Ravenglass)
Watershed:Morecambe Bay
Class:Birkett
(B)
Grid ref:NY 24942 04123
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:2m
Col:763m  NY249041  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89 90
(1:25k) OL6N
Observations:Birkett's cairn; cairn marking true summit is 200m ESE at NY 25119 04047
Survey:Abney level
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Visited Birkett cairn first then wandered over to the smaller, supposedly higher, cairn to the WNW. With Alfie. I'm surprised this hill isn't a Synge.Dangerous Dave01/12/2019
From 3 Shires,Cold Pike,Great Knott,only managed first and second crinkle had to call it a day due to wind and clag.Returned low level to pick up Stoesty Pike and Little Stand.A bit confusing in the clag.jocks129/08/2019
DAY 2 OF BIRKETT BAGGING BONANZA. FROM LANGDALE CAMPSITE UP TO RED TARN AND OUT TO STONESTY PIKE BEFORE ADDING THIRD, FOURTH AND FIFTH CRINKLES TO THE LIST. REPEATED FIRST AND SECOND CRINKLES AND SHELTER CRAGS FOR GOOD MEASURE AND DID WHITE STONES ON WAY DOWN THE BAND. A FINE, CLEAR DAY.BURGESS08/07/2019
With Ian. Visited actual and subjective tops.PeteF03/07/2019
Circuit from Langdale to pick off hills previously missed: White Stones -> Shelter Crags N Top -> Crinkle Crag 4 & 3 -> Stonesty Pike -> Great Knott -> Brown Howe. Started raining as we left the car park, didn't stop until returning to the car park - a dreich day. With nephy Andrew P.jonglew26/04/2019
With Lindsay Shaw and the CHAOS club.knarf04/11/2018
Also visted true summit NY25119 04047peterh15/10/2018
This seemed a remarkably small top. after the Crinkles. But a fantastic site for Alpine club mosses.Karmakarl24/06/2018
ODG > Side Pike > Lingmoor Fell > Blake Rigg > Long Crag > Pike o'Blisco > Cold Pike > Cold Pike West Top > Cold Pike Far West Top > Little Stand > Stonesty Pike > Great Knott > ODG. Fine day with breaks of sunshine, nice breeze, just me and H.johnkaysleftleg23/06/2018
Both tops bagged then onto the Crinkles for a re-visit.Alan Caine12/05/2018
Wrynose Pass - Red Tarn - STONESTY PIKE - Little Stand - return. I doubt Birkett intended this to be the designated top. Another example of someone getting the wrong grid reference like Great Whinscale!citygent30/04/2018
From Oxendale via Brown Howe over snow and through the mist but then just emerged into the sun. Both Birkett's and the true summit. On to Cold Pike far West Top.Eddie20/01/2018
KeithByTheC25/11/2017
CHAOS Club, Brian and Tony, clag down day.Lou06/11/2017
A misty traverse of Crinkle Crags and Shelter Crags. Thank goodness for a good compass and a GPS.clivevilla21/09/2017
Burkett and highest point. Tricky to work out which one I had arrived at first in mist.Nick Caunt15/08/2017
From Shelter Crags North Top. On to Little Stand.Wycombe Wanderer17/07/2017
Lingmoor Fell, Pike of Blisco, Cold Pike, Stonesty Pike, Little Standkeithouk02/04/2017
ODG - Oxendale - Brown Howe - Great Knott - Cold Pike (x3) - Little Stand - Stonesty Pike - Crinkle Crags (x5) - Shelter Crags (x2) - The Band - ODGmilimana14/10/2016
With Jill and Gary. Old Dungeon Gill Inn, Brown Howell, Greater Knottingley, Stonesby Pike, Crinkle Crags, Shelter Crags, White Stones.ijpowell18/08/2016
brown howe, cold pike, cold pike west top, cold pike far west top, great knott, little stand, stonesty pike, first crinkle,second crinkle, third crinkle, fourth crinkle, fifth crinkle,shelter crags, shelter crags north top, bowfell, bowfell north top, esk pike, tongue head, rossett pike, buck pike, black crags,C/W from wall end.robertphillips22/04/2016
cj bw lishachrisj196528/03/2016
CBH & SabsLittledave12/02/2016
Summited after Cold Pike tops and on way to Little Stand, all from Wrynose Pass.stevem7620/09/2015
from the crinkles then on to little stand, back down to cockley beck bridgebardolph18/09/2015
From Sticklebarn. Shelter Crag north top, Shelter Crag, Crinkle Crags, Stonesty Pike, Little Stand, Great Knott, Cold Pike far west top, Cold Pike west top, Cold Pike. Decent weather but a bit windy!!AlunRees3111/09/2015
From Sticklebarn. Shelter Crag north top, Shelter Crag, Crinkle Crags, Stonesty Pike, Little Stand, Great Knott, Cold Pike far west top, Cold Pike west top, Cold Pike. Decent weather but a bit windy!!Alunrees3311/09/2015
Part of mine and Ian's penultimate Wainwright walk.simocity05/07/2015
Pike of Blisco, Cold Pike, Crinkle Crags. Plus a bit of Nuttall bagging in between.Flipperfeet05/07/2015
Pike of Blisco, Cold Pike, Crinkle Crags. Plus a bit of Nuttall bagging in between.jim_aramis05/07/2015
With Sue on a backpack from High House Tarn to ODG on a cold, breezy, but rain free day (11)Phreerunner19/04/2015
Cold Pike, Cold Pike West Top, Cold Pike Far West Top, Stonesy Pike, Cringle Crags South Top, Cringle Crags Long Top, Cringle Crags Third Crinkle, Cringle Crags Fourth Crinkle, Cringle Crags Fifth Crinkle, Shelter Crags, Shelter Crags North Top, Bowfell, Bowfell North Top. Phew!simon and co30/09/2014
C.L.F. BOW 4.Walked with Mary Paul and Nicola. Fantastic views clouds coming and going all day. Mary Paul and Nicola headed back after Bow Fell. Very steep descent off Little Stand.rwinrow28/07/2014
Climbed from great langdale out and back visit before crossing crinkle cragsrobert22/07/2014
A ridiculous 'hill'!Richard19/04/2014
With Mum, Dawn and Alison. Crinkle Crags and Bowfell on Good Friday in absolutely perfect weather. (+ diversions to Brown Howe, Cold Pike and Stonesty Pike)Mark Jackson18/04/2014
with Tony and Paul from Cockley beck bridge only difficulty was finding way across rivercolinfielding10/09/2013
From Wrynose pass via Red Tarn, on to Little Stand and then Cold Pike and Pike of Bliscoemily14/08/2013
From Great Knott, short ascent then traverse across to cairn near rocky outcrop. This is not official highest point, the GR is for another lesser cairn about 200m to W (which looked lower to me).Aye Jimmy13/08/2013
Done solo as part of my version of the Langdale Horseshoe. My direct line to Cold Pike took me over this high ground. (Dry conditions made this crossing easy.)Aimless Rambler16/07/2013
Park at the top of Wrynose pass > Cold Pike > Cold Pike West Top > Cold Pike Far West Top > Little Stand > STONESTY PIKE rough rock and grass summit topped with a few stones (Birketts summit is not the highest point of this fell) > Great Knott > Pike of Blisco > Wrynose Fell > Blake Rigg > Top of the Wrynose passTony Hartry II04/06/2013
High Gait Crags, Pike de Bield, Esk Pike, Bowfell North Top, Bowfell, Shelter Crags North Top, Shelter Crags, Crinke Crags 5th, Crinke Crags 4th, Crinke Crags 3rd, Crinke Crags 2nd,Crinke Crags 1st, Stonesty Pike, Little Stand.ronaldo33320/04/2013
After Cold Pike and before Little Stand on a cool, clear and frosty day to celebrate Parlick's final Birkett.Dugswell202/12/2012
Whisky and cake.tim74702/12/2012
Climbed as part of the route from Little Stand to Crinkle Crags.JohnStoneham30/04/2012
From ODG via Little StandAnduril26/03/2012
Birketts 2nd roundDave Geere06/11/2011
Wall end Langdale Pike o Blisco Cold Pike Great Knott Stonesty Pike Crinkle Crags Bow Fell Esk Pike Great End Allen Crags Rossett Pike Buck Pike Black Crag Stake Pass Mickleden Wall End LangdaleAndy Hirst05/08/2011
Climbed solo via Oxendale, Great Knott, Cold Pike (3 tops) and Little Stand. Continued to Crinkle Crags (5 tops), Shelter Crags (2 tops) and White Stones and returned via The Band.dhbond04/05/2011
Little Stand>Crinkle Craggs>Bowfell>Esk Pike>Ill Crag>Blunt Crag>Scafell Pike>Middleboot Knotts>Round How>Lingmell Between Little Stand and Crinkle Cragsnevans8421/04/2011