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Hill number:2427
Height:692m / 2270ft
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Western Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Hewitt, Nuttall,
Wainwright, Birkett, Synge, Fellranger, Buxton & Lewis,
Bridge, Clem
Grid ref:NY 14003 08443
Summit feature:no feature: ground 12m SSW of small cairn
Col:499m  NY142092  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89
(1:25k) OL6N
Observations:summit is 55m NE of trig point (NY 13963 08402) and 15m SSW of small cairn (NY 14008 08455)
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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A half day loop in the sun around Middle Fell, Seat Allan and Buckbarrow.Mountainhikes27/06/2019
A Greendale Round. Buckbarrow - Seatallan - Caw Fell - Haycock - Scoat Fell - Steeple - Middle Fell.sms.3720/06/2019
From Middle Fell. Easier than expected even with the heavy rain which meant no views. Onto Buckbarrow.James McKnight25/05/2019
From Greendale: Middle Fell, Gowder Crag, Haycock, Little Gowder Crag, Caw Fell, High Pike How,Seatallan, Cat Bields, Glade How, Buckbarrow, Broad Crag. Cold bank holiday Monday.Lazylizzie06/05/2019
From Greendaledavidsharpe2320/04/2019
With Jackstephenhughes20/04/2019
Buckbarrow (via rake), Seatallan, Haycock, Caw Fell, Middle Fell - with Trout.robba_wag20/04/2019
From Greendale , good off road parking.NormanW09/04/2019
on me toddwhiteuss05/04/2019
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
Up from Harrow Head via Buckbarrow, Glade How and Cat Bields. All on good paths with lots of grass and little bog. So warm today didn't even need to sit in shelter to have our lunch, sat on rocks admiring the excellent views to Haycock etc. On to High Pikehow then Middle Fell.Hillsidenick26/02/2019
On breezy dry day with group of 11 from Eskdale YH, from Middle Fell. Trig, large cairn and windshelter on spacious top- we made sure we visited the actual HP. Repeat ascent.Denise 31/12/2018
Dry but windy walk over three wainwrights with views over wast water. Starting with Middle Fell, ending with Buckbarrow.Joel45129/12/2018
From YHA Wasdale Hall - Middle Fell - Seatallan - Buckbarrowtwg2722/10/2018
JNR recce, wet and grey, descended to Middle Fell, then to Greendale and a mile or so to pub in Nether Wasdale, to meet taxi for returnrichardrosser11/10/2018
Pleasant walk from Haycock with Alfie.Dangerous Dave29/09/2018
with Ruth from Buckbarrow and on to MiddlefellDunlawyering27/09/2018
(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
With Colin staying a week at Wasdale Head at the National Trust's Campsite. Together with Buckbarrow and Middle Fell.jonesj211/09/2018
With JGCW04/09/2018
second ascentthenomad17/07/2018
From Middle Fell onto HaycockN.Morters22/06/2018
Moved a few rocks off the grass verge to park below Windsor farm. Up the bridleway, then up the SW ridge, an easy walk with a path above Cat Bields (cairn). The summit plateau is lovely and the views are splendid. A great place to loaf in the sun contemplating the prospect of completing the English Marilyns tomorrow.Gill22/06/2018
From Middle FellCyclistno129/05/2018
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
A very wet crossing from Middle Fell, emergent cotton grass in early flower spikes. Cadpig enjoyed the carry to the summit. Warm work up what seemed a longer climb than the last time I was here!Karmakarl21/04/2018
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
Buckbarrow - Seatallan - Middle Fellscreeleep01/04/2018
with Middle FellJephcote8324/03/2018
Parked by Wast Water, Greendale, Middle Fell, Seatallan, Glade How, Buckbarrow, Harrow Head. Clear conditions with some sun and excellent views, a strong, cold wind.Fell_wanderer12/01/2018
Alone, whilst staying in Esk Dale with NUFWAS. Circuit from Greendale.Grinner30/12/2017
Round of Middle Fell, Haycock, Little Gowder Crag, Caw, Seatallan, Glade How, and Buckbarrow from Nether Wasdale Common.russell6118/09/2017
From Middle Fell. Clouded over with shower of rain.TBR15/09/2017
Our hardest day yet Started with Middle Fell, Seatallen, Buckbarrow part 1 More than enough really But we set off up Whinn Rigg, Illgill Head Finished up doing 5300feet of climb in 13 miles ended at sunsetTobo196920/08/2017
Started from the Wasdale Head Inn campsite straight up the nose of Kirk Fell followed the fence line down Kirkfell Crags to Black Sail Pass up onto Pillar, Scoat Fell via Wind Gap, out & back to Steeple, Red Pike,Yewbarrow via Door Head dropping down to Overbeck Bridge then back along the road to the car at the Wasdale Inn. Moved the car down the valley and parked car Ghyll Farm then ran back to bag Middle Fell, Seatalan & Buckbarrow.Stu Percival09/08/2017
From Greendale with wife and first born. Mizzy with cloud and drizzle til past the tarn, then we had bright bits and good views at times. Very glad of the steps cut for the last 120 metres of ascent.nukeboy103/08/2017
From Wasdale YHA to Greendale up to Middle Fell. Across to Seatallan dropping down to Buckbarrow via Cat Bields. Returned via Gill Farm.Butty28/07/2017
Nether Wasdale - Buckbarrow - SEATALLAN - Haycock - Wast Water - Nether Wasdaleeviljeff920/07/2017
From Wasdale Middle Fell Seat Allen Buckbarrow From Nether Wasdale Whin Rigg Illgill HeadWifey201620/07/2017
go4awalk c328 - The Greendale Horseshoe - solo walk from Greendale - Gill Beck - Buckbarrow - SEATALLAN - Middle Fell - Wainwright 93Nutty16/07/2017
Walked up from Windsor farm via Cat Bield. Continued to Haycock before returning via Nether beckButeobuteo08/07/2017
Wasdale Horshoe Fell Race with JasonLittledave08/07/2017
As part of the Greendale round with DelvaNeilb25/06/2017
From Middle Fell went down then back up to Seatallan. Greendale tarn lies hidden between the 2 mountains whoich we walked past. flat summit with great views of the Irish sea and SellafieldScotty 2 Hotty06/05/2017
From Wasdale YHA with Dave; ascended from east after Middle Fell in thin mist and drizzle, continued on to Glade How and Buckbarrow, descended to west down Gill Beck and returned to hostel via Scale Bridge.stevem7621/04/2017
With Peter, Horseshoe of Buckbarrow, Seatallen and MIddle FellInez19/04/2017
Circuit to visit my remaining Wasdale Marilyns: Seatallan, Pillar and Scafell Pike.Gayle06/04/2017
4 mile afternoon walk from Greendale up Brown How and onto Seatallan, ascent was a bit of a slog for us because we had already bagged Scafell Pike and Lingmell that morning, also very hot and sunny, not a cloud in the sky all day, had great clear views of the snow capped bigger mountains around as well as the hills of Snowdonia, Isle of Man, Southern Uplands, North Pennines, Dales and Forest of Bowland, not many people about, great day!DanTrig25/03/2017