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Name:Stony Cove Pike [Caudale Moor]
Hill number:2540
Height:763m / 2503ft
RHB Section:34C: Lake District - Eastern Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Far Eastern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Eden (Carlisle), Leven (Ulverston)
Watershed:Morecambe Bay, St Bees Head to Ravenscar, Solway Firth
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Hewitt, Nuttall,
Wainwright, Birkett, Synge, Fellranger, Buxton & Lewis,
Bridge, Clem
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,Hew,N,W,B,Sy,Fel,BL,Bg,Cm)
Grid ref:NY 41782 10006
Summit feature:rock
Drop:171m
Col:592m  NY426103  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 90
(1:25k) OL5S OL7N
Observations:rock is about 1m higher than Wainwright cairn 90m E at NY 41867 09997; there are several cairns in the summit area
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 1127 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
142belly20/04/2019
The Kirkstone Pass Fellssms.3723/02/2019
With: hb; From Hartsop, up the N ridge of Hartsop Dodd then up to Stony Cove Pike, down to col and up to Thornthwaite Crag. There and back to High Street then along N ridge to Gray Crag and back down to Hartsop.Ian Baines15/02/2019
Headed over from Thresthwaite cove on a round from Hartsop. with Richie and groupZoe Little29/12/2018
JNR recce, only real rocky top on this section, wet and thick cloudrichardrosser09/10/2018
with Nuala, Ian Thomas, Ruth Corderoy.Ellie's Hills09/10/2018
From Hartsop Doddrfoster05/10/2018
Hartsop Dodd - Stony Cove Pike - Red Screes - Middle Dodd - Little Hart Crag - High Hartsop Doddtwg2714/09/2018
From Kirkstone Pass. Excellent path and tail wind got me to the summit before the weather closed in.Topographer5710/09/2018
Quite a wet evening with some sunny spells. Together with Hartsop Dodd.jonesj216/08/2018
From Hartsop with Olly and Laura, climbing Caudale Moor and Hartsop Dodd. Weather overcast with low cloud over Caudale Moor.Andy8112/08/2018
Very windy on top!DanGeere11/08/2018
Brothers Water, Caudale Moor, Stoney Cove Pike, Thornthwaite Drag, Racecourse Hill. With Jill and Gary.ijpowell19/07/2018
From Raven Crag. Not much of a top here - flat with chunks of rock protruding the grass. Pressed on to Caudale Moor.jonglew18/07/2018
A very easy stroll from Kirkstone Pass on a good path all the way. Bits of the path are being repaired whether it's needed or not. Good views from the top.Gill21/06/2018
Gray Crag and Hartsop Dodd via Stony Cove Pike aka Caudale Moor. 8 hours, hot sun and heavy rain.Nick10/06/2018
With K from Kirkstone Pass in a round with Ill Bell, High Street and Rest Dodd, returning to Sykeside campsiteAshley23/05/2018
Left work at 2:30pm at went home to get our stuff. Picked Myla up then back to Clayton to pick Bec up at work. We then headed to Kirkstone to finally get Bec to catch up on Stony Cove Pike one I did alone after Red Screes when the kids didnt come for a weekend. We stopped at the mushroom services for a Greggs pasty, drink and fuel and cracked on. We parked at Kirkstone Pass and headed up St. Ravens Edge. Amazing views down to Ambleside and Windermere with Red Screes dominating the views. From Ravens summit we just followed the wall to the summit of Stony Cove. Went to all 3 main cairns. Slow going with Myla tonight but was still amazing and peaceful up there in the evening. Headed home to drink a Mars Milkshake eat chewits in bed watching Duel Survival.Scotty 2 Hotty17/05/2018
eyenose06/05/2018
With JGCW21/02/2018
From Kirkstone Pass Inn with Geordie and Will.John Lee14/01/2018
With GFE in snow. From Kirkstone Pass Inn - St Raven's Pass, Pike How, Hart Crag, Caudale Moor, Stony Cove Pike, Thornthwaite Crag, Froswick, Ill Bell and Yoke. Descent via Troutbeck, Town End and Jenkin Crag to YHA Ambleside. 20kmFionalevey18/12/2017
Hartsop Dodd Caudale Moor Red Screes Middle Dodd Little Hart Crag High Hartsop Dodd Harsop HowStu Percival06/12/2017
Weather great with Mr.Lee Noble.stephenhughes19/11/2017
With PupLittledave18/11/2017
Nic & NedNicola & Stuart06/11/2017
great walkhikester09/10/2017
St Raven's Edge, Hart Crag, Pike How, Stony Cove Pike, Thornthwaite Crag, High Street, Kidsty Pike, Rampsgill Head, The Knott, Rest Dodd, Satura Crag, Buck Crag, Brock Crags, Angletarn Pikes South Top, Heck Crag, Angletarn Pikes, Stony Riggkeithouk08/10/2017
With Tony Gordon.zoob19/09/2017
2nd one of the day from Hartsop DoddCyclistno117/09/2017
In afternoon from Kirkstone Pass car Park. NY 40099 08141 Following on from Red Screes in morning, from same locationWestdenewalker15/09/2017
St Raven's Edge - Pike How - Hart Crag - Cauldale Moor [John Bell's Banner] - Stony Cove Pike [Cauldale Moor] - Raven Crag - Stony Cove Pike [Cauldale Moor] - St Raven's Edge from GR: NY 40114 08066ronaldo33310/09/2017
Gold Group SearchingMountain Goat07/09/2017
From Kirkstone Pass there and back with Delva. Impromptu walk when further progress to walk planned from Patterdale had to be abandoned following road closure involving accident during Cycling event and arrival of air ambulance opposite the InnNeilb03/09/2017
Solo ascent from car park at Hartsop via Hartsop Dodd. Dry and calm but overcast. Planned to do Hartsop Round but descended back to Hartsop to avoid solo scramble at Threshwaite Mouth. Total track = 5.93 miles with 712m of ascent in total time of 4hrs 10 mins including 3 hrs 11 mins moving time.pwhitaker_196629/08/2017
Walk round the Troutbeck Parish Boundary. Ascent 5IWC04/08/2017
Climbed from Cow Bridge car park on a very hot day on the way to bagging St Raven's Edge.flockwatcher18/07/2017
Quick jaunt up in the rain with DJI from kirkstone pass, route finding assisted by fell runner red flags.JHerbert15/07/2017
From HartsopWeather Prophet12/07/2017
Parked at Brothers water, Hartsop Dodd, Stony Cove Pike, Thornthwaite Crag, Gray Crag. Cloud over Thornthwaite Crag and Gray Crag with no visibility from the summits.Fell_wanderer05/07/2017
Hartsop Dodd Stoney Cove Caudale Moor Gray Crag Thornthwaite Crag High Street The KnottWifey201620/06/2017
Hartsop Dodd,Stony Cove Pike, Caudale Moor, Thornthwaite Crag, High Street and the KnottTobo196920/06/2017
From Kirkstone pass, before going on to High Street.NormanW19/06/2017
Circular from Hartsop with Hartsop DoddNeilb14/05/2017
From Hartsop Dodd. Followed the ridge wall south to the summit. Continued to Thornthwaite Crag. With DB, RP and BC.marktrengove23/04/2017
Me and The Noowhiteuss08/04/2017
With JO, JM and MCgarth8705/04/2017
4 mile there and back walk from the top of the Kirkstone Pass, bagging St. Ravens Edge and Caudale Moor, perfectly sunny with not a cloud in the sky, still a lot of deep snow up here, I put my foot in it and it came up to the top of my leg. Bagged Orrest Head that morning, the last of 3 days in the Lake District in perfect sunny weather, the days before we bagged Scafell Pike, Lingmell, Seatallan, Longlands Fell, Lowthwaite Fell, Knott, Great Calva and Binsey.DanTrig27/03/2017
Second of day following on from the very steep ascent of Hartsop Dodd. Easy walk over with summit difficult to locate. Tricky conditions due to frozen snow.treborconde10/02/2017
Started at the car park near brothers water, hart sop, next to low wood. Walked up to the knot and across high street to racecourse hill and then across to thorn thwarts beacon. Then made it down the valley and scrambled up to stoney cove pike. Walked down caudale moor onto the main road and back to brothers water. 0900 - 1630 hrs Extremely cold and windy Lots on snow underfoot not enough for crampons. Occasional ice. High visibilityJazbaker15/01/2017