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Name:Haystacks SE Top
Hill number:7694
Height:544m / 1785ft
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), Catchment Boundaries, Calder & Ehen
Watershed:St Bees Head to Ravenscar
Grid ref:NY 19957 12690
Summit feature:rock outcrop
Col:521m  NY198127  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89 90
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 139 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From Seavy Knott. Fantastic walking with the might of Gable, Kirk Fell and Pillar for company. A hidden gem of a route that the tourist route up Haystacks misses. Climbed to point 545 before realizing my mistake and going back. On to Green Crag.Wycombe Wanderer27/10/2019
Very quiet here compared to the main top. With Bryher.jenx20/05/2019
From Gatesgarth - Dodd, Red Pike, High Stile, Grey Crags, High Crag, Seat, Haystacks, then the 5 rock bumps circling Blackbeck Tarn. Hot Easter Sunday - ice-cream rewards at Gatesgarth Farm.summitter21/04/2019
From Honister mine: Little Round How -> Great Round How -> Seavy Knott -> Haystacks SE Top -> Seatoller Fell. Mopping up exercise for hills in this bit of Cumbria.jonglew26/01/2019
With FR and SR from Honister mine. Little Round How - Green Crag - Haystacks - SE top - Seavy Knott - Great Round How. Cold but often clear day light wind.Bheinn10/01/2019
With Sue and NB from Honister mine. Little Round How - Green Crag - Haystacks - SE top - Seavy Knott - Great Round How. Cold but often clear day light wind.Frank08/01/2019
2 summits 20m apart approx same height. Seavy and Haystacks SE top from Gatesgarth Farm (£4 parking) then to Haystacks, and back via a few potential new LaMP tops. Fine end to a sunny Spring day.RHW21/04/2018
Minor rocky knoll, higher than knoll to N (Abney)RichardM28/12/2017
Round of Seavy Knott, Haystacks SE Top & Haystacks In atrocious weather (50+mph winds & heavy rain) from Black Sail YHA.garyhoney14/10/2017
Seavy Knott - Haystacks SE Top - Haystacks on return from Black Sail YHA to Ennerdale. Rain, wind and limited visibility.wozzat14/10/2017
Adam Smith28/08/2017
Honister Crag (Black Star) - Fleetwith Pike East Top - Little Round How - Green Crag - Haystacks SE Top - Seavy Knott - Great Round How - Brandreth - Grey Knotts - Seatoller Fell from GR: NY 22618 13403ronaldo33325/06/2017
Wayne Mac01/04/2017
Round of Haystacks and tops from Gatesgarth.RobertP30/12/2016
There is a faint path from Haystacks which leads close to the summit. Interesting area.bolton14/10/2016
With Clare, Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave21/11/2015
Walked from NT car park by Honister Slate Mine. Little Round How - Great Round How - Seavy Knott - Haystacks SE Top - Haystacks - Green Crag - cafe at Honister Slate mine for well earned tea and cake.Jacqdaw16/10/2015
St Begus Ultranell158329/08/2015
andrew brown22/08/2015
David Doherty22/08/2015
Nick Caunt03/06/2015
With Lisa, Jack and James on the way back from Haystacks.stevanio29/10/2014
Round of Little Round How, Great Round How, Saavy Knott and other knobs from Warnscale Head bothy at dusk on a spectacular night.Eddie16/09/2014