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Name:Rest Dodd
Hill number:2553
Height:696m / 2283ft
Parent (Ma):2528  High Street
RHB Section:34C: Lake District - Eastern Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Far Eastern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Eden (Carlisle)
Class:Hump, Simm, Hewitt, Nuttall, Wainwright,
Birkett, Synge, Fellranger, Buxton & Lewis, Bridge
(Hu,Tu,Sim,Hew,N,W,B,Sy,Fel,BL,Bg)
Grid ref:NY 43256 13646
Summit feature:grass mound
Drop:111m
Col:585m  NY434133  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 90
(1:25k) OL5S
Observations:cairns 55m NNE at NY 43271 13701(Wainwright's cairn) & 80m NNW at NY 43237 13718 are lower
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Hartsop - Hayeswater - Rest Dodd - The Nab - Filter House - Hartsop. Incredibly windy. First time I've ever been knocked off my feet.MountainTerrier22/03/2019
Anticlockwise circuit from Patterdale round the valley with High St at its head then back over Angle Tarn cragvegibagger20/01/2019
With MS, OA, CB, GM. From Patterdale, up C2C along to Rest Dodd, The Knott, High Street, Thornthwaite Crag, Grey Crag. Very windy and wet!robertgn12/01/2019
From Brock Crags, via Satura Crag and Wainwright's cairn, to the summit. With DB. Onwards to The Knott.marktrengove05/09/2018
Solo walk. Lovely warm sunning evening. Met another solo lady walker and chatted for a good 15 minutes. It took 2 hrs and 35 minutes for a 5 mile walk.jonesj205/09/2018
Solo walk from Hartsop over The Knott, Rest Dodd, The Nab, Angletarn Pikes and Brock Crags. Weather overcast and drizzly with cloud over The Knott, Rest Dodd and Brick Crags. Windy! Descent from Brock Crags in mist.Andy8114/08/2018
Walked up from Patterdale via Angle Tarn, first of 7 tops, including 5 Hewitts, 4 new to me plus High St.IanHHill31/07/2018
From Martindale via Place Fell following Nuttalls route.ruthatlast27/07/2018
Up from HartsopCyclistno114/07/2018
Bit of a slog up, summit underwhelming. Wouldn't recommend routing directly N by the wall to Knott in anything but excellent weather.Tom D04/07/2018
Parked at Hartsop and walked up past Hawswater Ghyll up to Rest Dodd. Easy paths to follow and a nice steady route up.Zoe Little17/06/2018
From HartsopWeather Prophet11/06/2018
From Christy Bridge/ Martindale church: Brock Crags, Rest Dodd, The Knott, Rampsgill Head, Kidsty Pike, High Raise, Raven Howe and Red Crag. Bank holiday weekend, but very few people about. Beautiful sunny day, warm in the valley, but high head winds on the peaks.Lazylizzie26/05/2018
With K from High StreetAshley23/05/2018
With the Nab - 50th Birthday weekendjpitches20/05/2018
This was about getting Bec to 100 Wainwrights so even though we had Myla we went for the 2er. we set off at 6am and fuelled with a maccies breakfast headed off to the lakes. at one point while getting petrol and supplies in windermere I thought the day may be a right off because of the fog, turns out after driving up kirkstone pass we were in the eye of a cloud inversion which looked stunning. Parked at Hartsop and walked the path too Haywater before bearing left to a wet Rest dodd. Being chased by clouds we did well for views. Myla struggled on this step up for her but a cracking mountain and great views of the next on the list, the nab. Also saw lots of dear which is the reason this is the only route to the privately owned nab.Scotty 2 Hotty08/04/2018
Rest Dodd round with PeteN and KG.screeleep30/03/2018
Hartsop - Brock Crags - The Nab - Rest Dodd - The Knott - Rampsgill Head - High Raise - Kidsty Pike - High Street - Thornthwaite Crag - Gray Crag. Feels high!twg2722/01/2018
From Satura Crag and on to The Nab.jonglew06/01/2018
With PupLittledave18/11/2017
Parked at Patterdale, Boredale Hause, Brock Crags, The Nab, Rest Dodd, Angletarn Pikes. Wet on the ground and a bit damp generally, good views from summits.Fell_wanderer01/11/2017
Ascent from Hartsop on round of Hayeswater bagging Brock Crags - Buck Crag - Satura Crag - Rest Dodd - The Nab - Rest Dodd - High Street - Thonthwaite Crag - North of Thornthwaite Crag - Gray Crag - Hartsop. Total GPS track = 13.14 miles with 1,302m of ascent in 8hrs and 16 mins with 6hrs 42 mins moving. Unbroken sun and clear with superb visibility and light winds.pwhitaker_196627/10/2017
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
Beda Fell, The Nab, Rest Dodd, The Knott, Rampsgill Head, High Raise, Wether Hilll, Loadpot Hill, Arthurs Pike, Bonscale Pike.treborconde07/10/2017
eyenose07/10/2017
Parked by the old church in Martindale and walked up Bannerdale, then over Buck Crag and Satura Crag. Finally followed the path up Rest Dodd, where I visited both cairns and the actual summit. Walk continued to The Nab.Sprog02/09/2017
The Martindale Horseshoesms.3726/08/2017
Solodentalchimp05/08/2017
From old martindale church The long way to the Nab up over Angle Tarn Then up Rest Dodd Rampsgill Head Kidsty pike High Raise Wether Hill Loadpot hill Arthur's Pike Bonscale Pike 17 miles 1376 meters of climbTobo196920/07/2017
From old Martindale church The Nab via Angletarn Pike Rest Dodd The Knott Rampsgill Head Kidsty Pike High Raise Wether Hill Loadpot Hill Arthur's Pike Bonscale PikeWifey201620/07/2017
Route: Haweswater Reservoir Kidsty Pike High Raise Rampsgill Head The Knott Rest Dodd Buck Crag Angeltarn Pikes Patterdale. Approx. Stats: 7hrs10 (1hr30 of which along reservoir), 13km, 1,047m ascent. Weather: hot & sunny, slightly breezy up top. Notes: completed all but first peak on my own, although met others several times during day; me, PWE & JW walked from Haweswater Reservoir carpark to meet C2C group mid-way round lake.millionmts20/07/2017
Bonscale Pike Arthur's Pike Loadpot Hill Wether Hill High Raise (High Street) Kidsty Pike Rampsgill Head The Knott (High Street) Rest Dodd The Nab Angletarn Pikes Beda Fell (Beda Head) Steel Knotts (Pikeawassa - Steel Knotts) Hallin Fellrobba_wag08/07/2017
From Martindale via Buck and Satura Crags and on to The Nab.milimana07/07/2017
Ten Wainwrights bagged with Ant Tiernan. 1. Bonscale Pike 2. Arthurs Pike 3. Loadpot Hill 4. Wether Hill 5. High Raise 6. Kidsty Pike 7. Rampsgill Head 8. The Knott 9. The Rest Dodd 10. The NabStu Percival05/07/2017
Grey skies clearing to nice afternoon, very atmospheric. Beautiful round of Martindale tops from Martindale Church. Could see over 200 red deer in valley bottoms and high up in valley heads of each of Boredale, Bannerdale and Rampsgill.mavero1002/07/2017
11.6 mile walk in perfect hot and sunny weather with nice breeze, parked near chapel in Martindale. Climbed up onto Steel Knotts sitting on Pikeawassa, carried on to Brownthwaite Crag, followed little path up to Keasgill Head then along easy ridge to High Raise, across to Kidsty Pike and Rampsgill Head, then down over The Knott, slogged up to Rest Dodd, then along little paths to Brock Crags passing lovely Angle Tarn, climbed straight up onto Angletarn Pikes South Top, then Angletarn Pikes, along little trails on ridge to Beda Fell back down to Martindale, drove around the corner to car park and quick up and down Hallin Fell.DanTrig18/06/2017
With G. Glenridding > Stony Rigg > Angletarn Pikes > Heck Crag > Buck Crag > Satura Crag > Rest Dodd > Brock Crags > GlenriddingRT197012/06/2017
Drove to Hartsop, slight drizzle in air and mist on fell-tops but all cleared as we ascended ,skirting Hayeswater and briefly joining the Coast-to Coast path. Strong chilly wind persuaded Alan to avoid The Knott and go straight up Rest Dodd. I agreed!Peak Rambler01/06/2017
From Christy Bridge - Buck Crag - Brock Crags - Satura Crag - The Nab - Rest Dodd - The Knott - Rampsgill Head - Kidsty Pike - High Raise - Raven Howe - Red Crag - back to Christy Bridge - very windy day, sunny spells mainly cloud stayed dry, very dry underfoot.Delta6807/05/2017
With MaryChet196201/05/2017
Wainwright Walk 25 - Gray Crag, Thornthwaite Crag, High Street, Kidsty Pike, High Raise, Rampsgill Head, The Knott, Rest Dodd, Brock Crags, Angletarn Pikes. #84 to #92.Kev_F29/04/2017
Park up at Bridgend, up to Angletarn Pikes, onto Brock Crags, Rest Dodd and then The Nab before doing a 180 and back to car. All 4 seasons in one day, sunny, windy, then hail, snow and then rain. Interesting anyway.GaryG25/04/2017
Me and The Noowhiteuss08/04/2017
In darkness before a bivvy - headtorches needed!BevSim08/04/2017
From Beetham Cottage, via Hayeswater Reservoir. Head to Brock Crags. Extensive snow on west side. Sunny. On my own.alwaysinshorts25/03/2017
MVW, NB from Harstop with The Nab, Satura Crag, Buck Crag and Brock Crag.Frank15/03/2017
From Hartsop: Rest Dodd, The Nab, Satura Crag,Buck Crag, Brock Crags. MVW FRBheinn15/03/2017
Circular route from Martindale taking in Steel Knotts, Wether Hill, High Raise with a wild camp in the dip near the top of Randale Beck. Onto Ramsgill Head, Knott, Rest Dodd and The Nab. Returned to the car via Bannerdale and Dale Head Farm.Butty12/03/2017
Clarky from HartsopDunks04/03/2017