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Name:Fleetwith Pike
Hill number:2438
Height:648.9m / 2129ft
Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Classification:Hu,Tu,Sim,Hew,N,W,B,Sy,Fel,BL,
Bg,Cm
Drop:118.4m
Col:530.5m  NY 2150 1346  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1485525/07/2016NY 20591 14165  F: Ground beside flat cairnLR
Summit
GJ
-1057112/03/2015NY 20592 14167  F: rock 5m from cairn
O: higher ground may be hidden beneath the cairn
S: Leica Disto/Leica RX1250
alda
Summit
-1057224/04/2007NY 20591 14164  F: cairn
O: nearby rocks could be higher depending on natural ground beneath the cairn
S: Leica Disto/Leica RX1250
IJ
Subpoint
1
-1057315/03/2008NY 20589 14164  F: cairn
O: nearby rocks could be higher depending on natural ground beneath the cairn
S: Leica Disto/Leica RX1250
DW
Subpoint
1
-1057410/04/2010NY 20586 14165  F: cairn
O: nearby rocks could be higher depending on natural ground beneath the cairn
S: Leica Disto/Leica RX1250
K&AD
Subpoint
1
-1057518/05/2010NY 20589 14164  F: cairn
O: nearby rocks could be higher depending on natural ground beneath the cairn
S: Leica Disto/Leica RX1250
George Gradwell
Subpoint
1
-1057613/03/2011NY 20591 14169  F: cairn
O: nearby rocks could be higher depending on natural ground beneath the cairn
S: Leica Disto/Leica RX1250
SD
Subpoint
1
-1057710/05/2011NY 20588 14163  F: cairn
O: nearby rocks could be higher depending on natural ground beneath the cairn
S: Leica Disto/Leica RX1250
MDE
Subpoint
1
-1057822/09/2014NY 20589 14160  F: cairn
O: nearby rocks could be higher depending on natural ground beneath the cairn
S: Leica Disto/Leica RX1250
webmaster
Subpoint
1
-2599912/03/2015NY 20592 14166  F: rock 5m from cairn
S: Leica RX1250
alda
SummitX
-2631412/03/2015NY 21507 13460  
S: Leica RX1250
alda
Col
527622/09/2014NY 20589 14160  F: Cairn
O: Nearby rocks could be higher depending on natural ground beneath the cairn
webmaster
Extracted
GG



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We descended Haystacks and followed the path over Green crag to Dubs Quarry then ascended up to the summit. rocky paths to begin with then up through the heather onto Fleetwith. Part of the Buttermere Challenge with MB and Richie.Zoe Little25/08/2019
Round of Wainrights with eldest son (16) from YHA Honister Hause - Grey Knotts, Brandreth, Green Gable, Great Gable, Fleetwith Pike (and also the Nuttall Honister Crag). Unexpectedly sunny all day, forecast afternoon thunderstorm only arrived in the evening. Would not recommend descending the western scree slope of Great Gable.clyoung12/08/2019
Haystacks- Fleetwith Pike- Black StarAJWSmith03/08/2019
From Haystacks via Green Crag and Dubs QuarryCyclistno126/07/2019
Mellbreak and Hill Combe from Maggies Bridge Loweswater Fleetwith Pike from Honister minesgeoffryan14/07/2019
Honister - Fleetwith Pike - Haystacks - High Crag - High Stile - Red Pike - Starling Dodd - Great Borne - Ennerdale - Caw Fell - Haycock (wild camp)twg2728/06/2019
7th and last summit of the day following Stuart Marshall's Buttermere Marathon. Took a long break between Haystacks and Dubb's Hut before tackling this one. Was feeling the heat from a relentless sun and despite refilling my water was feeling dehydrated. The descent took 1.5 hours because of fatigue and dehydration but no other problems (the path looks scarier than it actually is). Long walk back to Buttermere through clouds of midges along the road because lakeside footpath was closed.NorthernWayfarer22/06/2019
From Buttermeregeoffh1216/06/2019
Nicola, Sharon & David WilsonNicola & Stuart21/05/2019
Not been here for years. A great day for it. With Bryher.jenx20/05/2019
With JGCW30/04/2019
With Big SamCora Thorny19/04/2019
Climbed with Sophie, Reuben, Hannah, and mumJim Baz16/04/2019
Before the Extreme VF at Honister wit MG JM, GG, AK, EW, CW.Ellie's Hills06/04/2019
Honister Crag, Fleetwith Pikekeithouk17/02/2019
With NB from YH. Honister Crag, Fleetworth Pike, Down to Dubbs Hut for respite from wind and rain for lunch. Then Brandreth and Grey Knotts return via NNE shoulder to mine. Another very wet and windy day.Frank12/02/2019
Honister Crag, Fleetwith Pike, Brandreth, Grey Kotts. From Honister with FR in RainBheinn12/02/2019
Brandreth, Grey Knotts and Fleetwith Pike with Manuel after BPH4.robba_wag28/01/2019
with Gus ( Dale head, Robinson to follow and back along the lake.)AbiD05/01/2019
Up the noseCyclistno101/01/2019
Ascent of Fleetwith Pike from Honister Pass YHA via Hooper Quarry. Descent to Dubs Quarry and ascent of Hay Stacks via Green Crag and Innominate Tarn. Return via Tramway Path.raymooremanx01/01/2019
For the Remembrance Sunday Centenary. Bagged on way back. Some decent views. Solo. 5/5Tom D11/11/2018
Mark. Lisa Ade and mePaul Beard28/10/2018
From Buttermere church, straight up the nose of Fleetwith Pike and then on to Haystacks. Perfect conditions, excellent visibility.MountainTerrier27/10/2018
From Gatesgarth via Haystacks and descent directly back to car.benalder28417/10/2018
From Honister Hause via Honister Cragafoster08/09/2018
A wonderfull walk up here. I was told there was plenty to see from this summit, and they were not wrong. A bit breezy, but clear skies and perfect viewsdave-harris30/08/2018
With Chris, lovely weather in the valley but windy and misty on the summit of High Stile. Some drizzle. Started with Fleetwith Pike having parked at the farm at the bottom, then on to Haystacks, High Crag and High Stile. Path down to Buttermere difficult wouldn't recommend. Would definitely do Haystacks and Fleetwith again but would come down via Scarth Gap. Path down into Butteremere never-ending, walked back along the lake though which was very pleasant.karentracey15/07/2018
We had Myla but still desperate for a decent walk but not too difficult we chose Fleetwith but started from Honister pass. From there we Followed the slate mine road most of the way up before it ending and making the final push to the top. Very easy this way however the views down Crummock water and Buttermere from the famous summit Cairn were outstanding! Took my breath away. After taking pictures including one of the new pfp hat me and Bec lay down in the sun at the summit and chilled out. Was so lovely to be on a summit and relax and eat etc. we retraced our steps and back to the honister slate mine shop for a drink before heading home.Scotty 2 Hotty14/07/2018
Started in Ennerdale YHA. Did Red Pike, High stile, High crag, Hay stacks Fleetwith pike. Stayed overnight in the Honister pass YHA.george_herbert_28/05/2018
With MaryChet196206/05/2018
GL3D with Phil W and DanLittledave06/05/2018
Paul and Katesenrab19/03/2018
MQ/DSquartley11/03/2018
Parked at Gatesgarth Farm and ran along to Scale Beck. Climbed up alongside Scale Force before branching off to the right across Gale Fell up onto Great Borne then back to Starling Dodd, Red Pike, High Stile, High Crag down Gamlin End, Seat across Scarth Gap Pass up onto Hay Stacks down to Innominate Tarn onto Dubbs Hut, Fleetwih Pike then down Fleetwith Edge back to the car.Stu Percival09/03/2018
Parked in gatesgarth car park, Fleetwith Edge, Fleetwith Pike, Honnister Crag, Haystacks, Seat, High Crag, High Stile, Red Pike, Dodd, Buttermere. Clear day with some sun and good views all day.Fell_wanderer20/02/2018
christopherpenningto16/01/2018
From Honister pass, with Mora and JohnBLACKHILL18/11/2017
Climbed Fleetwith Pike up the Via Ferrata Classic Route with Elizabeth & James for my 53rd birthday present to myself. Took the bus from the Honister Visitor Centre to the start of the climb then followed the Via Ferrata, waterfall scramble and final scramble up to the summit. Took about 2 hours and was well worth the effort. Couldn't see Great Gable & Scafell Pike due to the low cloud but was assured we were looking in the right direction which brought back happy memories from 2015. Descent over some boggy ground then the track back to the Visitor Centre. Day was overcast with low cloud although the heavy showers had blown over by the time we started the climb. A great day although Elizabeth & James may disagree!TractorBoy22/10/2017
In a galeRuth02/10/2017
From Honister Slate Mine Fleetwith Pike HaystacksWifey201623/09/2017
Haystacks & Fleetwith Pike today On Lee's birthdayTobo196923/09/2017
After HaystacksChopperbrown17/09/2017
Fleetwith Pike to Haystacks walkscreeleep02/09/2017
From Honister NT car park via Drum House. Cal, Freddy and Bob all walked it all.Ham and Skate23/08/2017
Bagged from Honnister Passalanm915/08/2017
Solo walk from Gatescarth - up Fleetwith Edge to FLEETWITH PIKE - Haystacks - Scarth Gap - Wainwright 100Nutty10/08/2017
part of a summer walk in 2017 walking from youth hostel to youth hostelJoel45103/08/2017
TD & CThis Dog30/07/2017
#190, A cracking day, excellent views along Buttermere and beyond. My son's first Wainwright too! :-)Sgt_pepper4617/06/2017