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Name:Haycock
Hill number:2385
Height:797m / 2615ft
Parent (Ma):2368  Pillar
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Western Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Calder & Ehen, Catchment Boundaries, Irt
Class:Simm, Hewitt, Nuttall, Wainwright, Birkett,
Synge, Fellranger, Subhump, Buxton & Lewis, Bridge
(Tu,Sim,Hew,N,W,B,Sy,Fel,sHu,BL,Bg)
Grid ref:NY 14480 10716
Summit feature:large cairn on rock on S side of wall
Drop:94m
Col:703m  NY148109  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89
(1:25k) OL4S OL6N
Observations:Wainwright claims windshelter on N side of wall (NY 14475 10726) is marginally higher
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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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
Lingmell, Long Crag, Steeple, Middle Scoat Fell, Great Scoat Fell, Haycock, Tewit Howkeithouk16/02/2019
JNR recce, howling, climbed in shelter of wallrichardrosser11/10/2018
Parked at Greenside in Wasdale. Came up over Middle Fell and High Pikehow. Followed path up the west side of Gowder Crag to the cairn there. I see there is a temporary fence up on the summit at the moment. With Alfie.Dangerous Dave29/09/2018
From High Pikehow. My last major Lakeland fell and a good one with a remote feel. Ate sandwiches in the summit shelter. On to Great Scoat fell.Wycombe Wanderer29/09/2018
With Colin staying a week at Wasdale Head at the National Trust's Campsite. Together with Caw Fell.jonesj213/09/2018
(Walkers with) Torun Mcmoran (Start/Parking point) Greendale - Joss Naylor Cairn - Buckbarrow - Glade How - Seatallan - Pots of Ashness - Brown Band - Caw Fell - Little Gowder Crag - Haycock - Pots of Ashness - Middle Fell - Greendaleredbob12/09/2018
From Nether Beck Bridge, north beside Nether Beck, over Little Lad Crag to saddle between Haycock and Scoat Fell. Onwards to Caw Fell and return over same route. Lower reaches of walk high with bracken and very rough, boulder strewn ground.Grasmoor12/07/2018
From Wastwater with JulesGrey Hare23/06/2018
From Seatallan onto Scoat FellN.Morters22/06/2018
With Yewbarrow, Red Pike, Scoat Fell, Steeple and Caw FellNicky11/06/2018
Ascended from Bowderdale, wasdale head..billames09/06/2018
From Ennderdale via Tewit HowCyclistno130/05/2018
Start in Wasdale YHA. Up Yewbarrow, Red pike, Haycock, Scoat fell, Caw fell, Steeple. Ended in Ennerdale YHA.george_herbert_27/05/2018
Bowness Knott car park, Caw Fell, over Haycock and back down via Tewit How to car park.Chipstertrain24/05/2018
Buckbarrow, via Windsor Far, to Greendale Tarn and up Middle Fell and on to Seatallan. Seatallan to High Pikehow and on to Haycock via Nether Wasdale Common. Haycock to Steeple and Scoat Fell. The on to Red Pike and Yewbarrow via Stirrup Crag. Return to Greendale via road.raymooremanx19/05/2018
GL3D with Phil W and DanLittledave06/05/2018
Parked near the old gravel pit, Grike, Crag Fell, Caw Fell, Haycock & Lank Rigg.Stu Percival26/04/2018
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
On major attempt to bag all the remaining fells in Wasdale.jpitches09/04/2018
Alone, whilst staying in Esk Dale with NUFWAS. Circuit from Greendale.Grinner30/12/2017
Parked in car park by Crag Farm next to Ennerdale Water, followed trail along Southern shore of Ennerdale, Haycock, Caw Fell, Iron Crag, Crag Fell, Grike. Mist on Haycock and Crag Fell, better views from Caw Fell and Grike, cold and damp conditions.Fell_wanderer10/10/2017
Round of Middle Fell, Haycock, Little Gowder Crag, Caw, Seatallan, Glade How, and Buckbarrow from Nether Wasdale Common.russell6118/09/2017
Solo walk from Bowness Knott Car Park - Caw Fell - Little Gowder Crag - HAYCOCK - Scoat Fell - Steeple - Low Beck - Moss Dub - Wainwright 108Nutty29/08/2017
Misty - during Kong Racedavechaffey27/08/2017
From Nether Beck Bridge with wife. Route to col between Scoat and Haycock rocky in parts and very wet in places. Scoat first then back down and up for Haycock. Got as far as Little Gowder crag but just didn't have time to do Caw. That will be a long, gruelling mistake to correct.nukeboy122/08/2017
Long day out today 15 miles 5 fells Started at Ennerdale Bridge Grike Crag Fell Caw Fell Haycock And Lank RiggTobo196922/07/2017
Grike Crag Fell Caw Fell Haycock Lank RiggWifey201622/07/2017
Nether Wasdale - Buckbarrow - Seatallan - HAYCOCK - Wast Water - Nether Wasdaleeviljeff920/07/2017
From Seatallan, then return via Nether Beck. Passed by several fell runners on an eventButeobuteo08/07/2017
Ennerdale Horseshoescreeleep10/06/2017
Tewit How - Great Scoat Fell - Middle Scoat Fell - Scoat Fell - Haycock - High Pikehow from GR: NY 16116 06551ronaldo33313/05/2017
Fifth top of seven reached today, this top is from the Far Western fells route from Stuart Marshalls book Walking the Wainwrights but was added onto the Mosedale horseshoe route in between Steeple and Red pike. Park in the open space just before you reach Wasdale head Inn.WAYNE ROWLETT06/05/2017
Parked in Overbeck Bridge National Trust car park, Haycock, Steeple, Scoat Fell, Red Pike, Yewbarrow. A bit cloudy at first with mist on the summits, but clear at Red Pike and Yewbarrow with excellent views from Yewbarrow especially.Fell_wanderer05/04/2017
SRFrank28/03/2017
With davek973aren28/03/2017
Dave and I met Tony at Over Beck carpark. We walked up the beck to Dore Head then up to Red Pike, Scoat Fell, Middle Scoat Fell, Steeple, Haycock and Caw Fell then we returned down the Nether Beck bridleway. Magnificent weather - no wind, very sunny and clear enough to see Northern Ireland and North Wales.Skip25/03/2017
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
Rather an inconsequential summit. But great views to Scafell and much of Lakeland. Discussing the meaning the meaning of consciousness was a bit wearing.AlanDStewart17/09/2016
Greendale -> Buckbarrow -> Glade Howe -> Seatallan -> High Pike How -> Little Gowder Crag -> Haycock -> Caw Fell -> Blengdale -> Greendalebriandiggle17/09/2016
From Church Stile Campsite Nether Wasdale NY 125 043 Via Buckbarrow, Seatallan Then onto Little Gowder Crag, Scoat Fell & Middle Fell.Westdenewalker13/09/2016
Walk with Mark W from Scaly Moss up Grike, Crag Fell following the Ennerdale wall up towards Caw Fell and then ascending Haycock before returning to the car via Lank RiggPhilip A01/09/2016
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
Double visit to top this day. With Penda, from Wasdale NT campsite via col between H & Scoat Fell, then on to Little Gowder Crag, Caw Fell and Iron Crag, then return via CF, LGC and H. A linear route, all of walk from the corrie below H was in low cloud, windy but not cold. 15 miles and 7hrs 45mins, long flog!beorwulf21/07/2016
Southern Ennerdale circuit from Bowness Knott car parkAjm031012/07/2016
Afternoon Brisk walk / Jog from Ennerdale YHA, taking in Iron Crag , Caw Fell, Little Gowder, Haycock and Tewitt Howe. I got a bit carried away...Shutterlag16/06/2016
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
From Caw Fell on to Scoat Fell and SteepleBilbar28/05/2016
Bowness - Caw Fell - Haycock - Scoat Fell - Steeple - Bownessdanthwaites27/05/2016
Ascent from Greendale via Seatallan up SE ridgeThe Playful Pig23/04/2016