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Name:High Pikehow
Hill number:7948
Height:574m / 1883ft
Parent (Ma):2368  Pillar
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Western Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Grid ref:NY 14398 09957
Summit feature:rock
Col:572m  NY143099  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89
(1:25k) OL4S OL6N
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 98 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Revisit with PeteDave Geere25/11/2019
did it with Dave Geerepedro125/11/2019
Up Nether Beck and Lad Crag Beck to my final Synge. I agree with Crib Goch this is a pointless top but it does typify everything about Synges. A big Shout Out to Tim Synge who has introduced so many of us to obscure places in the Lake District.DC11main16/09/2019
From layby by private road to Windsor Farm (Harrow Head) Middle Fell, High Pikehow (this is no more than a rocky bump of no significance, so don't bother unless you are in the vicinity anyway) Seatallan, Glade How, Buckbarrow.ijpowell23/05/2019
My penultimate Synge - glad I didn't leave this one till last, it really is a complete waste of time and effort! There are two rocky prominences of similar height c140 metres apart. My GPS reading NY 14398 09955 is closest to Tim Synge's 144099, which corresponds to the OS spot height of 574m. Route was via Nether Beck, before taking off steeply left beyond Waver Beck and then across rough ground to summit. Afterwards, re-visited some proper tops - Haycock, Scoat Fell and Red Pike.Crib Goch19/05/2019
From Greendale: Middle Fell, Gowder Crag, Haycock, Little Gowder Crag, Caw Fell, High Pike How,Seatallan, Cat Bields, Glade How, Buckbarrow, Broad Crag. Cold bank holiday Monday.Lazylizzie06/05/2019
Parked at bottom of Nether Beck under Middle Fell, walked up the half decent path all way to Pots of Ashness. Skirted this wet ground to NE and then the Joss Naylor trail to break off for my penultimate Synge, High Pikehow. For good measure re-bagged Haycock, Little Haycock then back past Pikehow to Seatallan on the JNT then Middle Fell. Descended direct through Iron Crag to path then car.nordicstar27/02/2019
An extra spur on a round walk of Buckbarrow, Glade How Seatallan and Middle Fell. Very good and fairly direct path down from Seatallan summit with only a bit of mud at dip. Not a very impressive top, but lovely, remote and quiet top and unsurprisingly non one else here.Hillsidenick26/02/2019
Debs and Talisker, Middle Fell, Seatallan, Haycock, Scoat, Steeple, Tewit How, Haycock, High Pikehow, Seatallan and Middle FellMountain Goat06/10/2018
From Middle Fell. With Alfie.Dangerous Dave29/09/2018
After night at Wasdale YHA, 10 am, cool, breezy, overcast, cloud base 3000', via Greendale. Summit photo pic very useful. Seriously, what is the point of this 'summit'? On to Haycock.Wycombe Wanderer29/09/2018
From Wastwater on the way to Haycock with JulesGrey Hare23/06/2018
Up Nether Beck then Lad Crag Beck with DW taking in High Pikehow, Caw, Little Gowder, Scoat Fell, Steeple and Red Pike Down via Dore Head and Over Beck. Weather OK to beging, but hot and windless for the second half of the day. 11 days of dry weather made this walk, more pleasant than it could have been.nukeboy121/05/2018
From Greendale. Middle Fell, Seatallan, High Pikehow, Haycock, Little Gowder Crag, Caw Fell and Iron Crag. 6 and a half hours. A long way back cross country from Iron Crag but a great day.clivevilla13/04/2018
Between Seatallan & Haycockeviljeff920/07/2017
Up from Nether Beck in mist. On to Haycock. Revisited on return to confirm location.Eddie09/07/2017
Tewit How - Great Scoat Fell - Middle Scoat Fell - Scoat Fell - Haycock - High Pikehow from GR: NY 16116 06551ronaldo33313/05/2017
Path up SW flank - Buckbarrow - Glade How - Seatallan - High Pikehow - Haycock - Caw Fell - traverse under SW flank of Haycock - Pots of Ashness - traverse to Greendale Tarn - down Greendale to GreendaleMark Jackson28/12/2016
Greendale -> Buckbarrow -> Glade Howe -> Seatallan -> High Pike How -> Little Gowder Crag -> Haycock -> Caw Fell -> Blengdale -> Greendalebriandiggle17/09/2016
Bell Rib, Yewbarrow,Red Pike, Black Crag, Little Scoat Fell, Great Scoat Fell, Steeple, Scoat Fell, Haycock, Little Gowder Crag, High Pikehow, Seatallan, Middle Fell. A great day out with Mart but lots of cloud after Steeple.John Eley02/08/2016
ACW round from cp near bowerdale of bell rib, yewbarrow, stirrup crag, black crag, red pike, black crag, scoat fell, middle scoat fell, steeple, great scoat fell, haycock, little gowder crag, caw fell, iron crag, high pikehow,robertphillips29/05/2016
En route to Haycock from SeatallanThe Playful Pig23/04/2016
Cool and windy climb from Greendale in Wasdale, mist on tops in morning then clear and sunny later. Up Middle Fell, then Haycock, Little Gowder Crag, Caw Fell, High Pikehow, Seatallan, Glade How, Buckbarrow. Beautiful hike!mavero1025/03/2016
Joss Naylor challenge leg 4 supportRonald04/07/2015
Buckbarrow, Seatallan, Caw Fell, Haycock, Middle Felljim_aramis14/03/2015
On descent of Haycock. Summit seems to be one of several rocks which protrude through the grass. My GR NY14392 09968. With Alf miserable wet cold day.mick18/11/2013
Visited crossing from Caw Fell to Seatallen.jonglew12/09/2013
With Jo, circular walk from Wasdale: past Greendale Tarn and Pots of Ashness to High Pikehow, returning over Nether Wasdale Common to Windsor Farm and then road. Weather; sunny with occasional high intermittent cloud, cool breeze, very good visibility.amblerbob25/05/2013
From Greendale via SeatallanAnduril06/06/2011
Another new addition that fortunately I had been up when walking twixt Seatallan and Haycock.moorsman25/09/2009
Fron Seatallan. Solo.CJM06/06/2008
With Lesley and Darren. Descent from Haycock to this minor Synge top then contoured west to angle up to Caw Fell.Chris Pearson31/05/2006
With: hb sb ab; We parked in carpark below Yewbarrow, then walked up nether Beck before cutting up the fellside to Seatallan. Godd views of our route ahead here. Headed off towards Haycock.Ian Baines30/10/2003
With: ib sb ab; Helen Baines30/10/2003
K From Ennerdale YH to Wasdale YHcrazy01/07/1999
On way from Seatallan to Haycock.Aye Jimmy13/04/1993
From Nether Wasdale camp site, round of Seatallan, Haycock, Little Gowder Crag, Caw Fell, Iron Crag.PeterD20/04/1984
From SeatallanAlan Moore06/03/1979
Alan Caine16/05/2019
Wilkins Synges29/07/2017
ALHEJ Wilkins29/07/2017