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Hill number:2389
Height:783m / 2569ft
Parent (Ma):2359  Scafell Pike
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Southern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Derwent (Workington)
Class:Hump, Simm, Hewitt, Nuttall, Wainwright,
Birkett, Synge, Fellranger, Buxton & Lewis, Bridge,
Clem, Trail 100
Grid ref:NY 24600 10456
Summit feature:pointed rock 10m south of cairn
Col:662m  NY240093  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89 90
(1:25k) OL4S OL6N
Observations:Nuttall summit; Wainwright summit (cairn) 160m NE at NY 24722 10561 and cairn 55m W are lower
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 1034 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
With JGCW21/05/2019
From Seatoller carpark with Hiking Manchester. Scramble ascent via Aaron Crags: Seathwaite Fell (Wainwright Top), Seathwaite Fell (Great Slack), Esk Pike, Allen Crags, High House Tarn Top, Red Beck Top, Looking Steads, Glaramara (all tops)Comb Head, Comb Door Top, Dovenest Top, Rosthwaite Cam, Rosthwaite Fell (Bessyboot). Lovely spring day, perfect clear conditions.Lazylizzie12/05/2019
Second round of Wainwrights. Route was Langstrath, Angle Tarn, Allen Crags, Glaramara summit, then down the Thorneythwaite Fell path. Parked near Borrowdale YHA, walked with Lindsey, midday start, warm sunny day.Skip221/04/2019
Second visit to Glaramara. Walked with Lindsey. Warm sunny evening. Route was Stonethwaite, Langstrath, Angle Tarn, Tongue Head, Esk Hause, Allen Crags, High House Top, Red Beck Top, Looking Steads and Glaramara. Descended via Thorneythwaite Fell.Skip21/04/2019
Good Friday circuit of Borrowdale Fells from Seathwaite, though had to park courteously over a half-mile before due to so many other visitors, even at 09:30! Styhead Path onto Seathwaite Fell (Wainwright) via Aaron Crags. Then on to Seathwaite Fell - Great Slack and South Top. From Sprinkling Tarn up on to Great End via Esk Hause, then on to Esk Pike. Next on to Allen Crags, then the long walk over High House Tarn Top, Red Beck Top and Looking Steads to reach Glaramara. Finally, descended via Thornythwaite Fell and walked back round via Seatoller. Magnificent hike and sunny throughout - Great End was the only one of the five Wainwrights I'd previously climbed.mavero1019/04/2019
on todd andy bottled itwhiteuss14/04/2019
Headed over from Allen Crag past High Hause tarn. A few false summits to summit Glaramara. Very steep descent past Hind Crag to seathwaite farm. With RichieZoe Little31/03/2019
From Allen CragsCyclistno130/03/2019
From seathwaithe: seathwaithe fell, great end, ill crag, broad crag, allen crags, red beck top, glaramara, dove nest, Bessy boot. Solo, didn't rain, visibility good in general (clouds above around 700m).axoree24/03/2019
Beautiful, sunny (and warm!!) day. With my wife, Gillian, in memory of her brother David, who did this walk more than 50 years ago as a young man, on the 50th anniversary of his death. An emotional walk . . . but worth it.apshepherd22/02/2019
TC, EC, Tess, Josh, Alfie. Followed ridge route from Rosthwaite Fell but confusing terrain and mist meant we returned to Stonethwaite without finding the summit of Glaramara.TopCat195921/02/2019
From Strands Bridge via Thornythwaite Fell. Low cloud, sleet, poor visibility and strong wind made for a full-on winter's day with GPS essential to confirm summit located. Returned by same route.benalder28421/01/2019
Thornythwaite Fell NNE Top > Thornythwaite Fell > Glaramara North Top > Glaramara > Combe Head > Combe Door Top > Combe Gill Top > Dovenest Top (Dovenest Crag) > Rosthwaite Fell (Rosthwaite Cam) > Rosthwaite Fell - Bessyboot from GR: NY 24943 13489ronaldo33301/12/2018
Me Tse Lee and FlashPaul Beard22/10/2018
With Paul, Flash and Leestephenhughes20/10/2018
Seathwaite, Glaramara, SH721, Allen Crags, Rossett Pike, Bowfell, Great End, Lingmell Crag, Seathwaite Fell, Seathwaite.PGCE01/10/2018
Via Cam Crag ridge with Mike and AislingJonathanConey25/08/2018
After Allan Crags on way to Borrowdale YH with FL and KevGrey Hare16/08/2018
Ascent 8IWC14/08/2018
With Simon Smith & John Bancroftsimonlt0111/08/2018
with Nic, on to Bessyboot afterwardsAbiD06/08/2018
From Strands Bridge via Thornythwaite Fell. Onwards to Allen Crags with return down Ruddy Gill and Grains Gill.Grasmoor10/07/2018
Seatoller car park to Seathwaite via Thorneythwaite Farm and ascent of Base Brown via Sour Milk Gill. Descend to Styhead Gill and on to Styhead Tarn and Sprinkling Tarn. Out to Seathwaite Fell. Ascent to Esk Hause and on to Great End. Return to Esk Hause, and on to Allen Crags and Glaramara. Descent via Raven Crag, Thornythwaite Fell and Comb Gill to Seatoller.raymooremanx30/06/2018
from Seatoller with Marin and Frank on a very warm day, High House tarn Top, Red Beck Top, Looking Steads, Glaramara, Combe Head, Combe Door Top,Dovenest Top and Rosthwaite FellLou19/05/2018
From Seatoller with Martin and Lindsay on a warm sunny day taking in Allen Crags High House Tarn Top, Red Beck Top, Looking Steads, Glaramara, Combe Head, Combe Door Top,Dovenest Top and Rosthwaite Fell.knarf19/05/2018
From Seatoller up Thornleythwaite down Hind Gilldavidsharpe2321/04/2018
Parked at Seathwaite up to the Hanging Stone then onto Base Brown then dropped down the fell to cross the beck at the top of Taylorgill Force (surprised a Fox when I appeared out of the mist). Climbed up the right hand side of the beck onto the Wainwright top of Seathwaite Fell then bagged the real top. Dropped down to Sprinkling Tarn. Then onto Allen Crags, Glaramara, Rostwaite Cam, Bessyboot. Descended down Rottenstone Gill & Combe Gill then followed the path back to Seathwaite.Stu Percival11/04/2018
Parked at Seatoller NT car park, Borrowdale Yews, Sour Milk Gill, Hanging Stone, Base Brown, Styhead Tarn, Seathwaite Fell, Sprinkling Tarn, Esk Hause, Allen Crags, High House Tarn Top, Red Beck Top, Looking Steads, Glaramara, Combe Head, Thornythwaite Fell, Thornythwaite. Mostly sunny all day with snow still on the highest summits - close to perfect hiking conditions.Fell_wanderer05/04/2018
Stayed in the camping pods of Borrowdale youth hostel, walked up in deep snow and fog.Joel45119/02/2018
With Bessyboot (Rosthwaite Fell)Nicky02/02/2018
Starting to get dark - complex coming down in deep snowdavechaffey28/12/2017
From Seatoller. Solo.Dangerous Dave09/12/2017
1/9 today started out in borrowdale on 15 mile horseshoe. Glaramara, Looking Steads, Red Beck Top, High House, Allen Crags, Esk Pike, Bowfell North Top, Rossett Pike, Buck PikeThe-Z-Man05/12/2017
Started out from Rosthwaite and on route to Scarfell Pike. Notable day due to feeling incredibly unwell - Heavy cold, diarrhoea, no energy.simonjallen26/10/2017
Third and final peak of the day. Confusing top, especially in thick cloud.treborconde22/09/2017
From Seathwaite Seathwaite Fell Allen Crags Glaramara Very indistinct path to Rosthwaite Fell - Bessy BootWifey201629/08/2017
Walked from Seathwaite Seathwaite Fell Allen crags Glaramara and bessyboot 12 milesTobo196929/08/2017
From Brackenclose over Kirk Fell, Great Gable, Green Gable, Brandreth, Grey Knotts, Brandreth, Base Brown, Glaramara, Allan Crags, Great End, Broad Crag, Lingmell and back to Brackenclose. 7th ascentIWC21/08/2017
Route: Seathwaite – Corridor Route – Scafell Pike – Broad Crag – Blunt Top – Esk Hause – Allen Crags – High House Tarn Top – Red Beck Top – Looking Steads – Glaramara - Thornythwaite Fell – Seathwaite. Approx. Stats: 7hrs, 18km, 1,095m ascent. Weather: wet, cold, claggy & windy (!), cleared up for final descent. Notes: got quite cold hands on final ascent of Scafell Pike, so had to borrow Pete’s gloves.millionmts19/08/2017
25km circuit from Seathwaite Fell to Scafell Pike and back via Glaramara ridge to BessybootMrD09/08/2017
From Seatoller with Bessyboot. Not the easiest of 'ridges' between the two!jpitches07/08/2017
Glaramara - Allen Crags - Esk Pike - Bowfell. Tough terrain between Glaramara and Allen Crags!twg2731/05/2017
Weather forecast good and did not disappoint. Parked at Stonethwaite and went up onto Bessyboot and along the Glaramara range. Skirted round Allen Crags and along the Seathwaite Fell tops. 12 tops 7 1/2 hours. More ascent than I anticipated but hey ho no pain no gain.Mark T28/05/2017
bivvy at angle Tarn ascended on south ridge from allen cragsdanielmudd198227/05/2017
Walk with Mark W from Seathwaite up to Seathwaite Fell via Stockley Bridge scrambling up the northern slopes of Great End from Sprinkling Tarn then climbing up Allen Crags, Glaramara and Bessyboot returning via Thornthwaite farmPhilip A18/05/2017
Parked in Seatoller National Trust car park, Glaramara, Allen Crags, return via Langstrath. Sunny, warm, with excellent views and strong winds, especially in the Langstrath valley.Fell_wanderer04/05/2017
Part of a four fell hikealanm901/05/2017
Bessyboot and Glaramara from Seatollerjaney.m10/04/2017