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Hill number:7901
Height:401.7m / 1318ft
Parent (Ma):2396  High Raise [High Raise (High White Stones)]
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Central Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Derwent (Workington)
Class:Tump (400-499m), Synge
Grid ref:NY 26700 14371
Summit feature:outcrop
Col:361.6m  NY 2695 1411  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89 90
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Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 66 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From Great Crag. Beelineish to High Crag.Wycombe Wanderer28/10/2018
Another torturous final ascent - no real path, lots of bracken and heather. Wouldn't want to come up here if it was wet.benarbia_801/07/2018
Warm and sunny walk after parking before Stonethwaite's Saint Andrews Church. RoW to Dock Tarn then off piste to Great Crag (Stonethwaite). Then track followed south and then west to Knotts. Then SE to wall then up to path for return to car.Dugswell220/04/2018
from High CragsIWC20/04/2018
Quick nip up from Stonethwaite and across to High Crag to pick off a couple of orphan hills. With Anne Milligan.jonglew14/04/2018
Middle How, Ullscarf, Coldbarrow Fell, Low Saddle, High Crag, Knotts, Great Crag, Grange Fell, King's Howkeithouk01/04/2018
Up from Stonethwaite over White Crag (380m). With Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave08/07/2017
From Stonethwaite with FRBheinn28/06/2017
Up from Rosthwaite bridge across heathery summit and on to High Crag.Eddie21/01/2017
High Crag - Knotts - Great Crag (Stonethwaite) - Grange Fell [Brund Fell] - Ether Knott - Brown Dodd - Shepherds Crag from start at GR: 25542 14288ronaldo33307/01/2017
From Watendlath via Great Crag & Dock Tarn.jimbloomer25/06/2016
Challenging descent and then ascent from Great CragALHEJ Wilkins05/06/2016
Good parking spot c200m NW of Stonethwaite at NY 26025 13933. With Great Crag & High Crag.David Gradwell31/03/2016
From Stonethwaite after Great CragCrib Goch22/11/2015
Easy parking halfway to Stonethwaite from main road. Over bridge at Stonethwaite, SE along track then paved path uphill through wood to emerge by small ruin. Along path to sharp bend, shallow valley on left to Knotts. Colourful summit rock!Aye Jimmy27/08/2015
Stonethwaite > Knotts > Great Crag (Stonethwaite) > Grange Fell [Brund Fell] > King's How - Grange Fell > Eelstep Brow > B5289 to Rosthwaite > Annerdale Ramble > Castle Crag > Annerdale ramble > Rosthwaite > B5289 then to StonethwaiteTony Hartry27/06/2015
A vague path leads through the heather after diverting from the Great Crag track. Miss this and it becomes a plod. Easier to find on descent (which doesn't help you at all). Parked at Watendlath (alt 862ft)moorsman06/03/2015
Trackless and protected by deep heather. The top is on the northern end despite a little cairn on the southern end.peebs09/10/2013
W MT et al with Grange Fell. a missing Birkett this one.nordicstar12/01/2013
With Jo, circular walk from Rosthwaite: Willygrass Gill, High Crag, Knotts, Great Crag, Dock Tarn, returning via Puddingstone Bank. Weather; generally overcast with occasional sunny intervals, good visibility.amblerbob23/04/2012
From Great Crag. Descent down the path at the side of Willygrass Gill was absolute murder on the knees.Wheelsy12/04/2012
Stonethwaite - Eagle Crag - Sergeant's Crag - High Raise - Ullscarf - Great Crag - Stonethwaite; a reasonable if rarely-attempted circuit. Added Knotts after Great Crag, with Mum waiting by the tarn I legged it and almost broke my neck in the tangle of heather and crags. Knotts was nice thoughMark Jackson14/04/2009
Solo. Also bagged White Crag (380m).Dangerous Dave13/04/2009
From/ to Watendlath day after Race the Sun marshaling. w Lesley,Darren, Bob, collecting Synges, and 400ers (and w/wright repeats!)heading into dusk on last tops - wonderfully rough craggy ground.Chris Pearson28/08/2003
Steve Q17/06/2018
Dawn Oldham01/04/2018
andrew brown11/03/2018
Wilkins Synges05/06/2016
George Gradwell31/03/2016
Edwin Gradwell31/03/2016
Dave Geere29/03/2015