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Hill number:2372
Height:851.6m / 2794ft
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - North Western Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Derwent (Workington)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Hewitt, Nuttall,
Wainwright, Birkett, Synge, Fellranger, Buxton & Lewis,
Bridge, Trail 100
Grid ref:NY 17485 20351
Summit feature:ground by windshelter
Col:333.4m  NY 1928 1761  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89 90
(1:25k) OL4S
Observations:ground 100m ENE at NY 17580 20375 is 0.5m lower
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 1159 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
With K from Grisedale Pike in strong winds, sleety hail and mistAshley24/03/2019
Barrow, Outerside, Sail, Crag Hill, Grasmoor, Force Cragkeithouk19/02/2019
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
Parking on grass at 162193. Straight up, very steep and scree path. Stunning day and views. Nice coffee at Honister slate mine after.iangalbraith28/09/2018
Yen’s birthday hike.Mountainhikes12/09/2018
Addition to Coledale Horseshoe runmaaaaaaaatty18/07/2018
Path up from Cinderdale Beck. Early start to avoid ascending under the hot sun.Topographer5724/06/2018
(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 rounddeurgar25/05/2018
With JGCW22/05/2018
With BRAY, ORMEROD & GARDNER.MGT6714/05/2018
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
Revisit with Alan Duncan, after marshalling for Teenager race. Gorgeous day, Lakes at their bestRHW21/04/2018
TWA Fell RaceLittledave21/04/2018
Grasmoor via Red Gill - Crag Hill - Wandope - Whiteless Pike. Great views on a sunny day.twg2714/04/2018
A lovely day, misty on top with Ikuko. Up via Lad Howes and down via Crag Hill, Wandope, Whiteless Edge, Whiteless Pike and Rannerdale Crags.GWR Chris08/04/2018
With MVW on Coledale Round.Frank13/03/2018
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
Foggy after sunny ascent in snow in large group from Hawse End CentreDenise 28/12/2017
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
From Thirdgill Head Man with Clare, Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.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
Up via very good main path from the east after bagging Eel Crag. Down via the fainter, but easy to follow, grass path along the ridge ENE to the waterfalls at Coledale Hause, with great views across to Gasgale Crags on way. Then back over Grisedale Pike and down to car at Revelin Moss.Hillsidenick02/09/2017
2mFM activation. From LangthwaitePetem0hqo30/08/2017
Climbed from Rannerdale via Lad Howsalanm907/08/2017
Nope still can't seeCyclistno125/07/2017
Coledale horseshoephilhews09/07/2017
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
Up by Cinderdale BeckNormanW07/06/2017
With paEatkinson14/05/2017
Whiteside - Hopegill Head (revisit) - Grassmoor before doing Knott Rigg and Ard Cragsnolan14/05/2017
Warm, sunny and windy. Ridge walk from Eel Crag.markm14/05/2017
TWA fell raceLittledave22/04/2017
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. Top was rakingly windy. Didn't sidetrack to Dove Crags for fear of being blown off! Once off Grasmoor towards Eel Crag wind disappeared completely. Up and down same way.Statto27/01/2017
Up early and set off walking from Rannerdale by 7ish with the intent of seeing a magnificent sunrise - instead I only saw cloud! Think I made it to the top - but only 5m visibility! @3 hours straight up and down.Mozzer29/10/2016
From National Trust car park NY173172 followed path over Whiteless Pike to summit. Down same way as I was in cloud & couldn't see other paths.rogreeves15/10/2016
Out with LUUHC Decent weather, 8 Wainwrights bagged today.JonathanConey15/10/2016
From Rannerdale via Low Bank, Whiteless Pike and Wandope. Descended south to Lad Hows via steep loose unpleasant path. Good weather.mike.hoult20/09/2016
Me and StePaul Beard03/09/2016
One of nine with Paul.stephenhughes03/09/2016
Up steeply from Crummock Water.clivevilla02/09/2016