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Name:Angletarn Pikes [Angletarn Pikes North Top]
Hill number:2579
Height:567m / 1860ft
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:Dodd (500-599m), Dewey, Wainwright, Birkett, Synge,
Grid ref:NY 41332 14825
Summit feature:rock
Col:489m  NY418144  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 90
(1:25k) OL5S
Observations:rock 30m to NE at NY 41354 14841 is just lower
Survey:Abney level
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Bannerdale Horseshoe. Beda Fell, Angle Tarn Pikes N & S, Buck Crag, Rest Dodd & The Nab. Fine weather, nice situation.ger29/07/2020
Lovely filling in day. Parked at Boredale Head and climbed Round How, Stony Rigg, Angletarn Pikes x 2, Brock Crags x 2, Satura Crag, Buck Crag, Heck Crag and then a great ridge walk to finish off with Beda Head and Winter Crag.clivevilla29/07/2020
Abi, Kevin, Gus and RalphAbiD23/03/2020
From Hartsop Village via Boredale HauseCyclistno119/01/2020
Circuit from Martindale Church (below Hallin Fell). High Dodd, Place Fell, Round How, Stony Rigg, Angletarn Pikes (N and S tops), Beda Head and Winter Crag.RobertP22/12/2019
Round of the two ridges, Beda and the Nab. With R, B and Will.jenx15/11/2019
With Jonny and Chris, from Hartsop, up along the south side of Brock Crags, and dropped into Angletarn for a cold camp, but worth the sunrise veiws! Next morning we walked over Angletarn Pikes, down to Boredale Hause, and back on our selves to Hartsop. Overnight stay, 1hr+1hr30min: 3.25km+5.5km; 389m+173mByronHaywood14/09/2019
Ascension Day walk - wet!Dave Sargent29/05/2019
Fine weather, 25th Anniversary tripjeffpl20/05/2019
Hartsop, Hayeswater, Grey Crag, 710, Thornthwaite Crag, High Street, The Knott, Rest Dodd, Brock Crags, Angletarn Pikes, Hartsop.yeha04/05/2019
With Peter from Patterdale, big round thornythwaite crag, High Street, Kidsty Pike Rampsgill Head, High Raise, Knott, Rest Dodd, Angletarn PikesInez04/05/2019
Short diversion off Coast to Coast.PGCE29/04/2019
A nice Hike over Beda Fell, Rest Dodd and The Nabjmistry8608/04/2019
From Patterdale with FR Stony Rigg, Angletarn Pike North,Angletarn Pike South, Heck Crag.Bheinn05/03/2019
From Patterdale with NB after waiting for heavy rain to pass. Stony Rigg, Angletarn Pike North,Angletarn Pike South, Heck Crag.Frank05/03/2019
Headed over from Beda fell. easy route to follow. with RichieZoe Little10/10/2018
See Brock CragsAJF10/10/2018
Place Fell - Angletarn Pikes - Beda Felltwg2715/09/2018
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
Round from Hartsop on Lakes 5 day 'rest' day with Lynn.nix_snilloc01/08/2018
From Beda Fell. Easy walking to a great dramatic top. My 114th Wainwright - 100 to go! Celebrated with a beer. Onto South Top.James McKnight15/07/2018
Last one of the day from Brock CragsCyclistno114/07/2018
Enjoyed it, easy climb after a camp on the way up. Sublime view in clear sunshine.Tom D04/07/2018
From Patterdale. Round How>Place Fell>The Knight>High Dodd>Sleet Fell>Winter Crag>Beda Fell>Heck Crag>Angletarn Pikes>Stony Rigg. Then back to Patterdale. 12 miles roughly. 3500+ft ascent.RichieRambler23/06/2018
From HartsopWeather Prophet11/06/2018
From Patterdalealanm917/05/2018
From Patterdale to summit, then descent via Scalehow Beck and back around lakeside: with Jago, Johnson, Paul & Steve; beatutiful sunshine!stevem7627/04/2018
Rest Dodd round with PeteN and KG.screeleep30/03/2018
From the summit of Beda Fell we went over Bedafell Knott and Heckbeck Head to the summit of Angletarn Pikes. Walk continued to the South Top. With JT and HT.Sprog24/03/2018
Lovely winter walk on a clear,cold, sunny day with snow, winds and rainbows. From St Martin's church in Martindale: Winter Crag, Beda Fell, Angletarn Pikes (North Top), Round How, Place Fell and High Dodd.Lazylizzie12/02/2018
On way to Patterdale from Kirkstone Pass Inn.John Lee14/01/2018
Done this numerous times with John and Colin but this was with Kingsley, Sarah and Colin.jonesj207/01/2018
With The KnottNicky07/01/2018
1st run of the year. Ran up from Hartsop Fold via Hayeswater & Satura Crag onto Brock Crags. Dropped down to skirt Angle Tarn via Cat Crag where I disturbed a large herd of Martindale deer. Climbed up onto Angletarn Pikes before returning to Hartsop Fold via Boredale Hause.Stu Percival01/01/2018
With PupLittledave18/11/2017
With Clare, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel, Alfie & Eire.Dangerous Dave02/11/2017
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
From Bridgend with Delva - M6 closure meant no time to do anywhere elseNeilb12/10/2017
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
From Martindale old church - Angletarn Pikes Brock Fell The Nab then Rest Dodd and my final Wainwright The Knottjohnjennison02/09/2017
The Martindale Horseshoe. Beda Fell Angletarn Pikes Brock Crags Rest Dodd The Knott Rampsgill Head High Raise Wether Hill Steel Knotts (Pikeawassa).sms.3726/08/2017
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
Sarah and MumLonnies07/07/2017
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
From Patterdale with Paul Burgess - his first ascent and 94th Wainwright. Then onto the tarn for elevenses with Jacqui & Karen.Hillsidenick20/06/2017