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Name:Stile End
Hill number:3768
Height:447m / 1467ft
Parent (Ma):2372  Grasmoor
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - North Western Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Derwent (Workington)
Class:Tump (400-499m), Birkett, Synge
(Tu,4,B,Sy)
Grid ref:NY 22071 21916
Summit feature:a few stones
Drop:35m
Col:412m  NY218217  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89 90
(1:25k) OL4S
Survey:obvious summit
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Stoneycroft - Rowling End - Causey Pike - Scar Crags - Outerside - Stile End - Barrow - Braithwaitetwg2730/06/2019
With Stephen from Keswick out to Newlands then up mine road and back over Outerside, Stile End and Barrow returning by Bog House. Great walk - do it all again in a fortnight.SS11/05/2019
After the sunshine cloudy day with clag on the tops Mopping up in north Western Fells Stile end Rowling End Eel crag.No prooblem route finding paths like motorways.Except Eel Crag compass bearing from Crag Hill in the clag,no path.jocks101/03/2019
Walked over from Barrow in strong wind and rain. Decided on an early descent from here.JohnW12/02/2019
Before LDSAMRA training officers meeting. Night runMountain Goat30/01/2019
From Outerside KeithByTheC26/11/2018
From Braithwaite - Barrow-Outerside-Sail-(very windy on top, snow so descended) - returned over Stile End. Nice views from lower hills.zoob21/11/2018
Coledale Horseshoe: Kinn - Grisedale Pike - Hobcarton Crag - Hopegill Head - Sand Hill - Crag Hill - Sail - Outerside - Stile End - Barrow. With Tammy, Sid, and Fudge.Hippo04/09/2018
Rowling End, Causey Pike, Scar Crags, Outerside, Stile End, Barrow. Solo as usual!simon and co31/08/2018
petey28/07/2018
We sacked off walking up: Crag Hill, Sail, Scar Crags and Causey Pike. It was just too hot. So we took a detour and just did: Outerside, Stile End, and Barrow.DAB8111/07/2018
With Grace, Dannie and Bethany. Sterted up over Barrow and up to Causey Pike. Harry got covered in actual shit when he ran off the path. Had to clean him in a river. Later found out that G&D threw away his harness! Finished with some fish and chips by Derwent Water. 5hrs: 12km; 800mByronHaywood10/06/2018
Summited from Outerside on the Coledale round heading over to Barrow.Zoe Little11/04/2018
Pretty sure as part of GL3D (by mistake!)Joolz50012/01/2018
walked from Hawes End youth Hostel, via barrow and down the valley again.Joel45131/12/2017
Brilliant weather considering the downpour in the early hours. I ascended Barrow from Braithwaite Lodge and walked over Stile End and into some boggy ground. I then made my way onto a better path and onto High Moss so I could ascended Outerside from the south west having deciding against venturing to Causey Pike due to dwindling hours of daylight. Maybe a bad idea as the ground I crossed was fairly boggy and horrible. Up to the summit next for a quick sammich in the howling wind followed by a slow descent into the same bog that I had encountered earlier. Back onto Stile end where I then descended to the north easy. Yet another crap idea as I nearly ended up doing it on my a**e. I then walked back down the hill to where I was treat to a magnificent double rainbow which framed the Skiddaw range. Then onto the pub just in time for sundown. Notable shoutouts to Brendon for the craic on the first hill and also the older couple with the wellies who helped guide me across the bog beDAB8116/11/2017
A sunny Sunday morning with Evan, Sail, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave05/11/2017
From Outersiderfoster14/10/2017
With DH and PS from UzzicarChainsnapper23/09/2017
Extended Coledale horseshoe from Braithwaite: Grisedale Pike, Hobcarton Crag, Hopegill Head, Sand Hill, Eel Crag, Crag Hill, Sail, Scar Crags, Causey Pike, Outerside, Stile End and Barrow. Misty early Autumn day. A lot of low cloud and wind.Lazylizzie23/09/2017
Parked near the farm and took the side path which was a lovely long ascent. Veered off to walk up Outerside before heading onto Stile End and Barrowdave-harris01/09/2017
From Barrow - on to Outerside.Wycombe Wanderer25/06/2017
Coledale Horseshoe today Fabulous walk in superb weather A long slog up Grisedale Pike, Crag Hill decent was interesting in parts Up to Sail along to Outerside and finishing off with fantastic views at Barrow Great day outTobo196923/05/2017
Climbed as part of the Lakeland Festival of Light - I had blue acetate!jpitches29/04/2017
Nipped out as weather good to bag some more Wainwrights and picked up some Birketts and Synges too. Up onto Barrow, Stile End, Outerside, waded across High Moss and up the path to the col between Scar Crags and Sail, path up to Sail still an eyesore, strange cold winds kept blowing through then disappearing again, very strange, also wafts of warm air coming up from the dark heather on the sunny slopes below, right and up Scar Crags and then the exquisite ridge along to Causey Pike. Quick bite to eat and climbed down Causey and down toward Rowling End. Took a slip on wet slopey grass/mud and ended up on my butt covered in mud. Nice. Over Rowling End and back down to the car. 3 and 1/2 hours. Nice walk.Mark T04/04/2017
Done between Outerside and Barrow.Statto07/02/2017
Rowling End - Causey Pike - Scar Crags - Outerside - Stile End - Barrow. Clear as a bell. Great day.MountainTerrier14/01/2017
With MVW and FRBheinn30/11/2016
Parked just down from the Coledale hotel. Under one hour before heading to Outerside with GB.bolton01/11/2016
Parking area next to chapel in Braithwaite at 229236 (Space for 10 cars) - Up road to left of Coledale Inn & then good tracks/paths to Stile End - Outerside - Barrow - Down N. ridge. (PM)gerrybowes01/11/2016
En route to Outersideapshepherd23/10/2016
2nd round with Paul penultimate summitcolinfielding10/10/2016
On way back to Braithwaite after Barrowre142105/09/2016
CJ BW MJ KJ SW JWchrisj196504/08/2016
With Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave16/07/2016
14.5 mile Circular route from Braithwaite. Approached from Barrow Door, departed toward Outerside.rossdrummond04/06/2016
From Braithwaite up north ridge of Barrow on a cracking day. Across to Stile End then on to Outerside before dropping down the path to meet the mine road for a fast return to the car. Excellent views of the surrounding hills - Causey Pike looked particularly tempting but I had other plans for the afternoon.SS14/05/2016
Stile End, Outerside, Causey Pike, Scar Crags and Sail from Braithwaite.lenman02/05/2016
Coledale round with Dave. A bright day but a cold wind. Parked at Braithwaite. Summits were Kinn, Grisedale Pike, Hobcarton Head, Sand Hill, Hopegill Head, Coledale Hause, Grassmoor, Wandope, Crag Hill (Wainwright's Eel Crag), Eel Crag (Birkett), Sail, Scar Crags, Causy Pike, Outerside, Stile End, Barrow.Skip16/04/2016
Buttermere, Whiteless Pike, Wandope, Crag Hill, Sail, Outerside, Stile End, Barrow, Braithwaite. Fabulous linear walk. With Jill & Gary.ijpowell17/03/2016
Start ~ Braithwaite Village, ascended from the Coledale Inn taking the track then the path up the nose of Stile End. Very windy on the summit, we moved on to do Outerside and returned over Barrow. Everything still frozen including us when caught in the winds. With Wombourne.steve hudson16/02/2016
With Barrow, Goska wall.Mountain Goat09/02/2016
With Mick and Andy, Blizzard.BillyP08/02/2016
Coledale HorseshoeOwain G24/10/2015
2nd walk of the day intermittent rain solo walkcolinfielding19/10/2015
Braithwaite - Barrow - Outerside - Stile End - BraithwaiteBlue The Dog18/10/2015
ACW from braithwaite grisedale pike,hopegill head,whiteside,grasmoor,wandope,whiteless pike,crag hill, sail,scar crags, causey pike,outerside,barrow and tops.robertphillips17/10/2015
Up from Braithwaite to Grisedale Pike, Hobcarton Crag, Crag Hill, Sail, Scar Crags then retraced to col and took path to Outerside and Stile End and back to Braithwaite.tsharp05/09/2015
With G. Mostly on Nuttalls' route, from Braithwaite > Thornthwaite > Whinlatter visitors centre > Hobcarton End > Grisedale Pike > Hobcarton Crag > Eel Crag > Crag Hill > Sail > Scar Crags > Causey Pike > Outerside via High Moss > Stile End > Barrow > Braithwaite.RT197015/08/2015
Via Causey Pike, Scar Crags, Sail & OutersideWeather Prophet23/05/2015