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Hill number:2394
Height:773.9m / 2539ft
Parent (Ma):2372  Grasmoor
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - North Western Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Derwent (Workington)
Class:Simm, Hewitt, Nuttall, Wainwright, Birkett,
Synge, Fellranger, Buxton & Lewis, Bridge
Grid ref:NY 18820 19738
Summit feature:small pile of stones
Col:743.4m  NY 1879 2002  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89 90
(1:25k) OL4S
Survey:Abney level
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Cloud lifted at midday, afternoon was clear blue skies and spectacular views. Whiteside, grassmoor,wandope and whiteless pike.Joel45120/08/2019
With Jules and Jill from NT car park on a hot and humid day on route to GrasmoorGrey Hare03/08/2019
With Mum and DadCora Thorny14/07/2019
After getting back up to Eel crag on what felt very much like Prison Band on Swirl how having to retrace difficult steps from Wetherlam. We skirted round the summit and headed to the summit of Wandope. The summit on the crag edge of Addacomb drops straight down. Gorgeous easy little summit with views down to Newlands Hause and the cars parked looking tiny. From there we headed to our next and final summit of the day.Scotty 2 Hotty22/06/2019
Made the gentle ascent from coledale hause, weather started to turn as the wind picked up and rain set in. Departed heading West towards Whiteless Edge and Whiteless Pike.Theianwood45825/05/2019
Approach from Grasmoor via Coledale Hause. Pleasant walking quite clear. Descent via Whiteless Pike and Rannerdale to Cinderdale Common. Olwyn and TrevorTrevolw16/04/2019
Solo - with Crag Hill (Eel Crag); Sail; Grasmoor & Whiteless Pike. Excellent visability, windy and felt like -6. Bluebells were just coming through and will be fabulous in a couple of weeks time.jonesj214/04/2019
Headed over from Whiteless Pike with a straight forward path to follow. With MBZoe Little11/04/2019
part of the Coledale 10 peak challengedeb.thompson05/04/2019
Liz's first trip to The Lakes. 10 Wainwrights bagged.gavopeo30/03/2019
With Mdouglas_easton24/02/2019
Lovely views from wandopeejjohnstone28/12/2018
4 of 12 on first trip to the lakes in my motorhome including high snockrigg, whiteless pike, thirdgill headman, wandope, sail, crag hill, eel crag, force crag, ard crags, aikin knott, ill crag and knott riggThe-Z-Man09/12/2018
From Lanthwaite Green car park with Manchester Hiking. Whin Ben, Whiteside West Top,Gasgill Crags Whiteside East top, Hopegill Head, Sand Hill, Grasmoor, Wandope, Whiteless Pike and Rannerdale Knotts. Bit windy and cold on the tops but amazing visibility; could see as far as the Mull of GallowayLazylizzie29/09/2018
Yen’s birthday hike.Mountainhikes12/09/2018
Ascent 11IWC22/07/2018
Coledale Horseshoe challengeNicky29/06/2018
On annual 10 in 10 MS charity event from Swinside Inn. 16.5 miles and 6,500 feet of ascent. Circular walk first fell Causey Pike, last Maiden Moor with stop at Buttermere village for refreshments.Hillsidenick23/06/2018
(Walkers with) Torun Mcmoran, Nick Holmes, Sophie Holmes, Andy Dugdale, Faye Abel, Louie & Alfie. (Start/Parking point) Cinderdale - Lad Hows - Grasmoor - Wandope - Whiteless Pike - Whiteless Breast - Low Bank - Rannerdale Knotts - Hause Point - Cinderdale.redbob02/06/2018
Meetup walk with Tania; Grasmoor round from Lanthwaite greendeurgar25/05/2018
With JGCW22/05/2018
With Team Bob from Buttermere. Whiteless Pike, Wandope and Grasmoor.nosdrahcir12/05/2018
Completed with Chris. Parked at Rannerdale and climbed Grasmoor first by quickest route. It was very steep and took 2 hours. From the summit retraced tracks along clear path up to Wandope. As Wainwright says the summit is not clear and could be missed if it weren't for a small cairn. From there onto Whiteless Pike and returned to Rannerdale by route under Rannerdale Knott. Cold wind but a sunny day. A dry route throughout. suspect that photo was taken at Thirdgill Head Man rather than Whiteless Pike however we did go over Whiteless Pike. Back at the car by 15:55.karentracey30/04/2018
Coledale Horseshoe completed with Big MartinJC128/04/2018
Grasmoor via Red Gill - Crag Hill - Wandope - Whiteless Pike. Great views on a sunny day.twg2714/04/2018
Brilliant snowy day on the fells. Parked at the base of Rannerdale Knott ran along the road before turning off to climb Whiteside, Hopegill Head, Grasmoor, Wandhope, Whiteless Pike Rannerdale Knotts then stopped of on the way back over Whinlatter to bag Graystones.Stu Percival13/02/2018
From Cinderdale Common ascent of Whiteside via Whin Ben and on to Hopegill Head and Sand Hill. On to Wandope Moss and descent to Bleak Rigg via Whiteless Pike. Ascent of Rannerdale Knotts via Whiteless Breast and Low Bank.raymooremanx13/01/2018
Parked near Hause Point, Rannderdale Knotts, Whiteless Pike, Wandope, Grassmoor, Sand Hill, Hopegill Head, Whiteside, back along road from Lanthwaite. Cold, with snow on Wandope and Grassmoor.Fell_wanderer29/11/2017
Came over from Eel Crag with Coel & Alfie. Met back up with Clare, Eire, Evan, Sail & Danu on the way. Back to Buttermere over Whiteless Pike.Dangerous Dave04/11/2017
LUUHC Rain, low wind, low vis on topsCallumS22/10/2017
Parked next to Cinderdale Beck, up the back of Rannerdale Knotts, Whiteless Pike, Thirdgill Head Man, Wandope, Crag Hill, Grasmoor and back down to car via Lad Hows.Chipstertrain20/10/2017
From Braithwaite up valley to Coledale Hause then to Sand Hill, Hopegill Head, Grasmoor, Wandhope and Thirdgill Head Man.dgresty26/09/2017
Easy grass path from Thirdgill head man. A boring flat grass top but superb views from the top. Along the edge to Crag Fell with a lunch stop on rocks looking down Addacomb Hole - somewhere not often visited I guess.Hillsidenick02/09/2017
From Lanthwaite Farm. On a big horseshoe, bagging 6 Wainwrights in all and finishing the NW Fells Book. Whiteside, Hopegill Head, Grizedale, Wandope, Whiteless Pike and a rather weary Rannerdale Knotts.jpitches09/08/2017
Climbed as part of a five fell walk from Rannerdalealanm907/08/2017
Can't seeCyclistno125/07/2017
TD & CThis Dog25/07/2017
Lanthwaite -> Whin Benn -> Whiteside West Top -> Whiteside -> Hope Gill Head -> Sand Hill -> Eel Crag -> Crag Hill -> Wandope -> Thirdgill Head Man -> Whiteless Pike -> Rannderdale Knotts -> Lanthwaitebriandiggle22/06/2017
From Buttermere YHA to Wandope via Whiteless Pike and Edge. On up to Grasmoor dropping down to Codale Hause and up to Hopegill Head and along to Whiteside. The decent from Whiteside was heavily eroded and very loose. Would definitely do the route in reverse if I were to do it again. Started 1530 and got down to the road at 2200 to avoid the extreme heat 27-29 degrees. Stunning evening with a lovely cool breeze.Butty19/06/2017
Whin Ben, Whiteside Whiteside East top, Gasgill Crags,, Hopehead Gill, Sand Hill, Grasmoor, Wandope, ThirdgillHead Man, Whiteless Pike and Rannerdale Knotts 11.7 miles great walkTobo196913/06/2017
From Lanthwaite Green Farm Whin Ben Scramble to Whiteside Whiteside east top Gasgale crags Hopegill Head Sandhill In cloud to Grasmoor Wandope Thirdgill Head Man Whiteless Pike Rannerdale Knotts Ending at the Kirkstile InnWifey201613/06/2017
With paEatkinson14/05/2017
Sunny, warm and windy. Ridge walk to Eel Crag. Ridge walk from Whiteless Pike.markm14/05/2017
Sunny, warm but windy. Ridge walk to Eel Crag.jking14/05/2017
great view followed path from Sail over crag hillAristotle Chip02/04/2017
Solo walk from Buttermere including Grasmoor, Wandope, Whiteless Pike and Rannerdale KnottsRickWilson17/02/2017
Whiteside / Hopegill Head / Grasmoor/ Wandhope / Whiteless Pike / Rannerdale Knotts. 10.8 miles. Windy and snowy! With Karen Spriggsrichoakes11/02/2017
Solo. From Whiteless Pike via Saddle Gate. Easy walk from Thirdgill but nothing of interest to view from top (other than the other higher peaks you can see).Statto27/01/2017