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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 1459 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Circular walk from Wetherlam to Old man of Coniston. Parking at old station road.||Dan Baddeley||22/03/2020|
|Started climb from Three shire stone on wrynose pass..||billames||18/03/2020|
|Hell Gill Pike, Little Carrs, Great Carrs, Swirl How||keithouk||15/03/2020|
|From Coniston, via Swirl Hawse & the Prison Band - Superb weather.||DanMaisieBex||31/12/2019|
|Grey, then windier, then wetter 23 Km traverse of Coniston Wainwrights with a few Birkenstock’s added towards end.||davechaffey||30/12/2019|
|During Old Man loop from Coniston||lerritt||30/11/2019|
|Up the ridge from Great How then on to Great Carrs. Solo.||Dangerous Dave||23/11/2019|
|From three shires stones over Great Carr. Misty at the summit, but good views the rest of the walk. Continued to Grey Friar.||LizH||14/10/2019|
|The Old Man of Coniston -> Brim Fell -> Dow Crag -> Walna Scar -> White Maiden -> Green Crag -> Harter Fell -> Grey Friar -> Grear Carrs -> Swirl How -> Black Sails -> Wetherlam. Mostly nice weather for my 2 day walk. Camped at Harter Fell.||axoree||12/10/2019|
|With K from Wetherlam||Ashley||30/09/2019|
|With Jonny, Nathan and Chris. Dropping a car in Tiberthwaite, we walked up Yewdale Beck and into Dry Cove Bottom. Up onto Weathelam Edge, the veiws kicked in, and the wind picked up. Nice almost scramble upto Weatherlam. Then along the Black Sails, and another fun step up to Swirl How. We then walked along the ridge to Brim Fell and the Old Man. Turning back on ourselves, we went along the Dow Crag ridge (new fav) along Buck, Brown Pike, then down and along to Walna scar and White Maiden, before dropping back into Torver for food and well needed sleep. 8hr20mins (5hr19min): 20.3km; 1437m||ByronHaywood||14/09/2019|
|. . . after Grey Friar . . . Misty now!||apshepherd||13/09/2019|
|Circular from Seathwaite. Dow Crag, Old Man, Brim Fell, Swirl How, Great Carrs, Grey friar||davepeel||24/08/2019|
|7/11 From Seathwaite, up Walna Scar then Brown Pike, Buck Pike, Dow Crag, Brim Fell, Little How Crags, Great How Swirl Band, Swirl How, Great Carrs, Grey Friar, then down to Seathwaite tarn on delightful path and round to Long Crag - through Bracken and back down valley on Bridleway to High Tongue (High Tongue is an awful struggle in tussocks but not for too long - climb it from South rather than North and it will be shorter for you). 7 hours.||nickywood1||03/08/2019|
|Birkett route SOUTHERN FELLS-CON 1. Start Three Shire Stone summit of wrynose pass.
HELL GILL PIKE- LITTLE CARRS-GREAT CARRS-SWIRL HOW- added in GREAT HOW-LITTLE HOW - GREY FRIAR.
Blustery day started with thin cloud ended clear and Sunny. Lovely views of Scafell range.||Hill Wanderer||04/07/2019|
|Solo walk as part of my annual pilgrimage, circular walk started at Walna Scar Road and completed summits of Walna Scar, Brown Pike, Buck Pike, Dow Crag, Coniston Old Man, Brim Fell, Swirl How and Great Carrs. ( and back to Swirl How to be able to descend via The Prison and Levers Water to return to my start point.||Pootlemum||28/06/2019|
|With Stephen. From C.P. at Tilberthwaite (NY3060601011). Wetherlam, Swirl How, Great Carrs & Grey Friar. Low cloud with intermittent rain on tops.||ADT||01/06/2019|
|With the Summit Good group - led by David||animymous||19/05/2019|