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Name:Haystacks (Buttermere)
Hill number:2457
Height:597m / 1959ft
Parent (Ma):2367  Great Gable
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Western Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Derwent (Workington), Catchment Boundaries, Calder & Ehen
Watershed:St Bees Head to Ravenscar
Class:Dodd (500-599m), Dewey, Wainwright, Birkett, Synge,
Fellranger, Trail 100
(Tu,5,Dew,W,B,Sy,Fel,T100)
Grid ref:NY 19335 13151
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:78m
Col:519m  NY204124  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89 90
(1:25k) OL4S
Observations:this is the S cairn and is about 2m higher than N cairn 50m N at NY 19336 13204
Survey:Abney level
Comments:Dewey summit. Wainwright/Birkett is cairn 50m north.
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Out and back from Gatesgarth to Ennerdale Bridge. VERY wet so route up Haystacks was just a continual hike up a waterfall. Found the scramble to the top and repeated fake summits hard in the rain.Fionalevey27/07/2020
Dodd, Red Pike, High Stile, Grey Crag, High Crag, Seat, Haystacks, Haystacks SE Top, Green Cragkeithouk19/07/2020
Lovely walk up from the Gatesgarth farm via Peggy's Bridge in an anticlockwise route. Easy ascent route back down slightly more difficultHazeybelfast14/06/2020
From Wasdale over Black Sail & Scarf Gap, picked up the Haystacks tops and back via Moses & Beck Head.Mountain Goat31/05/2020
Clare dropped us off at Gatesgarth and we walked back to Seatoller via Haystacks. Wet! With Coel, Alfie, Sail & Eire.Dangerous Dave24/12/2019
With Steve; Colin R; Liz and Johnjonesj221/12/2019
Summited in the dark, some nice scrambled on route but also tricky to navigate the path in places. Tired legs kicked in for the descent backSockpan02/11/2019
C2CKatbus 2709/09/2019
Backpacking- day3 last dayAdventurers526/08/2019
We descended High Crag via the screes on Gamlin End and headed over Seat to Haystacks Summit. Rocky paths and mild scrambling on the route. part of the Buttermere Challenge with MB and Richie.Zoe Little25/08/2019
Haystacks- Fleetwith Pike- Black StarAJWSmith03/08/2019
Group yomp up to Haystacks from ButtermereEggletina27/07/2019
Up Scarth Gap 1st of second roundCyclistno126/07/2019
Last Wainwright's with Lee,Flash ,Paul, and Tommy.👍🏻😉stephenhughes07/07/2019
me ste lee flash and tommyPaul Beard07/07/2019
6th summit of the day following Stuart Marshall's Buttermere Marathon route. Wasn't sure the exact summit - choice of 3, so bagged them all. Spent a bit of time at the top filtering water from the small tarn.NorthernWayfarer22/06/2019
With JGCW30/04/2019
With the Hike on Lancashire groupanimymous21/04/2019
From Gatesgarth - Dodd, Red Pike, High Stile, Grey Crags, High Crag, Seat, Haystacks, then the 5 rock bumps circling Blackbeck Tarn. Hot Easter Sunday - ice-cream rewards at Gatesgarth Farm.summitter21/04/2019
Haystacks Blackbeck Top > Haystacks Innominate Top > Haystacks E Top > Haystacks NE Top > Haystacks (Buttermere) > Haystacks North Cairn [Wainwright summit] from GR: NY 19421 15020Hippster20/04/2019
From Buttermere, round lake to base of Fleetwith Pike, round & up path from Warnscale Bottom up to Dubs Quarry, past Blackbeck Tarn & Innominate Tarn onto Haystacks, down to Scarth Gap-path to lake & Buttermere, cool breeze, mostly Sunny.apricorum13/04/2019
From Honister Quarry...out via the high route, back via Dubs HutN.Morters29/03/2019
With GusAbiD26/02/2019
wife and kids wife hated every minute. great walk!Delidevil16/02/2019
Haystacks Blackbeck Top > Haystacks Innominate Top > Haystacks E Top > Haystacks NE Top > Haystacks (Buttermere) > Haystacks North Cairn [Wainwright summit] from GR: NY 19421 15020ronaldo33320/01/2019
With FR and SR from Honister mine. Little Round How - Green Crag - Haystacks - SE top - Seavy Knott - Great Round How. Cold but often clear day light wind.Bheinn10/01/2019
With Sue and NB from Honister mine. Little Round How - Green Crag - Haystacks - SE top - Seavy Knott - Great Round How. Cold but often clear day light wind.Frank08/01/2019
Ascent of Fleetwith Pike from Honister Pass YHA via Hooper Quarry. Descent to Dubs Quarry and ascent of Hay Stacks via Green Crag and Innominate Tarn. Return via Tramway Path.raymooremanx01/01/2019
From Fleetwith PikeCyclistno101/01/2019
Icy and Sunny Xmas Eve WalkJephcote8324/12/2018
From Buttermere church, straight up the nose of Fleetwith Pike and then on to Haystacks. Perfect conditions, excellent visibility.MountainTerrier27/10/2018
with luuhcJonathanConey20/10/2018
Up from Buttermere in very wet weather but champagne on the summit for my friends birthdayjmistry8620/10/2018
From Gategarth via Scarth Gap.benalder28417/10/2018
From Buttermere via North shore and Warnscale Bottom, return via Scarth Gap and South shore. With Tammy, Sid, and Fudge.Hippo05/09/2018
One of the most rewarding walks we've ever done. Don't miss it!WendyWozEre23/08/2018
15th ascentIWC22/07/2018
With Chris, lovely weather in the valley but windy and misty on the summit of High Stile. Some drizzle. Started with Fleetwith Pike having parked at the farm at the bottom, then on to Haystacks, High Crag and High Stile. Path down to Buttermere difficult wouldn't recommend. Would definitely do Haystacks and Fleetwith again but would come down via Scarth Gap. Path down into Butteremere never-ending, walked back along the lake though which was very pleasant.karentracey15/07/2018
From Buttermere. Dodd, Red Pike, High Stile (both tops), High Crag, Seat, Haystacks & Green Crag. Dry and breezy with good views. Thought I'd climbed this before but don't appear to have a record of it, so climbed it today to make sure.alistairpooler14/07/2018
Started in Ennerdale YHA. Did Red Pike, High stile, High crag, Hay stacks Fleetwith pike. Stayed overnight in the Honister pass YHA.george_herbert_28/05/2018
Ennerdale horseshoeRuth27/05/2018
Really enjoyed the scramble up to the summit.pfaffabouters19/05/2018
With MaryChet196207/05/2018
GL3D Day 3DinoF07/05/2018
as part of GL3Djwbellarby03/05/2018
2nd visit. Seavy and Haystacks SE top from Gatesgarth Farm (£4 parking) then to Haystacks, and back via a few potential new LaMP tops - fascinating area to explore. Fine end to a sunny Spring day.RHW21/04/2018
MQ/DSquartley11/03/2018
Parked at Gatesgarth Farm and ran along to Scale Beck. Climbed up alongside Scale Force before branching off to the right across Gale Fell up onto Great Borne then back to Starling Dodd, Red Pike, High Stile, High Crag down Gamlin End, Seat across Scarth Gap Pass up onto Hay Stacks down to Innominate Tarn onto Dubbs Hut, Fleetwih Pike then down Fleetwith Edge back to the car.Stu Percival09/03/2018
Parked in gatesgarth car park, Fleetwith Edge, Fleetwith Pike, Honnister Crag, Haystacks, Seat, High Crag, High Stile, Red Pike, Dodd, Buttermere. Clear day with some sun and good views all day.Fell_wanderer20/02/2018
Bivvy with Trev, Andy and Gareth. Stopped at Dub’s Hut. Met Simon East.MrHallorann27/01/2018