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Name:The Old Man of Coniston [Coniston Old Man]
Hill number:2634
Height:802.4m / 2633ft
RHB Section:34D: Southern Cumbria
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Southern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
County (CoH):Lancashire (CoH)
Catchment:Leven (Ulverston)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Hewitt, Nuttall,
Wainwright, Birkett, Synge, Fellranger, Historic County Top,
Buxton & Lewis, Bridge, Clem, Trail 100
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,Hew,N,W,B,Sy,Fel,CoH,BL,Bg,Cm,T100)
Grid ref:SD 27243 97817
Summit feature:cairn 12m SE of trig point
Drop:415m
Col:387m  NY277027  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 96 97
(1:25k) OL6N
Survey:Leica NA730/Leica GS15
Surveys of Swirl How and Coniston Old Man.pdf
Comments:height is for the rock by the edge of the extensive plinth (SD 27237 97832); it is highly probable that higher ground exists under the plinth
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Notes:
  • Lancashire historic county top

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During Old Man loop from Conistonlerritt30/11/2019
Ascended from car park at top of hill coniston, Braidy beck...billames20/10/2019
A great walk with my brother, Daddy and Grandad. They are so slow now that I arrived at the top 10 minutes before them and ran down leaving them standing. Aren't adults a nuisance?Mollyb19/10/2019
The Old Man of Coniston -> Brim Fell -> Dow Crag -> Walna Scar -> White Maiden -> Green Crag -> Harter Fell -> Grey Friar -> Grear Carrs -> Swirl How -> Black Sails -> Wetherlam. Mostly nice weather for my 2 day walk. Camped at Harter Fell.axoree11/10/2019
My grandad became upset when I asked him if he was Old Man of Coniston. I can get away it though as I am only 7.Williamr11/10/2019
With K from Dow Crag. Injured knee begining descent and had to hobble off to Coppermines YHA.Ashley30/09/2019
Set off around 4:30 for Coniston old man arriving about 6:30 at Walna scar carpark after a few road side emergency poos. we started the walk after 7. Was a gorgeous day in fact couldnt of been better and felt great to be back after a long time away with school holidays and Spain etc. This is a spectacular walk and interesting from start to end. We looked around the ruins and mini caves before getting the jetboil out at Low Water tarn for breakfast. From the tarn its straight up to the top. amazing views from an incredible summit. Met a 70 man at the summit. Perfect start to the day.Scotty 2 Hotty21/09/2019
With Jonny, Nathan and Chris. Dropping a car in Tiberthwaite, we walked up Yewdale Beck and into Dry Cove Bottom. Up onto Weathelam Edge, the veiws kicked in, and the wind picked up. Nice almost scramble upto Weatherlam. Then along the Black Sails, and another fun step up to Swirl How. We then walked along the ridge to Brim Fell and the Old Man. Turning back on ourselves, we went along the Dow Crag ridge (new fav) along Buck, Brown Pike, then down and along to Walna scar and White Maiden, before dropping back into Torver for food and well needed sleep. 8hr20mins (5hr19min): 20.3km; 1437mByronHaywood14/09/2019
From the car park on Walnar Scar Road. Sunny intervals. Very busy at the top.apshepherd10/09/2019
Circular from Seathwaite. Dow Crag, Old Man, Brim Fell, Swirl How, Great Carrs, Grey friardavepeel24/08/2019
Circular route from car park above Coniston. Started north from car park, and ascended north side of Old Man. Descent via Goat Water and Walna Scar Road.satkin5508/08/2019
Loop with Neve and Andy: Old Man, Dow Crag, Buck Pike, Brown Pike, White Pike, White Maiden, Walna Scar.peter_tun03/08/2019
Via Low WaterCyclistno102/08/2019
Weather resulted in a change of plan, a 12 mile Coniston round was reduced to just the old man due to low cloud and high winds. Ascended from Walner scar rd via Low Water and returned via Goat's Water. Cloud base was at 500m, wind 50-60 mph on summit.Theianwood45830/06/2019
Solo walk as part of my annual pilgrimage, circular walk started at Walna Scar Road and completed summits of Walna Scar, Brown Pike, Buck Pike, Dow Crag, Coniston Old Man, Brim Fell, Swirl How and Great Carrs. ( and back to Swirl How to be able to descend via The Prison and Levers Water to return to my start point.Pootlemum28/06/2019
Ascent from Walna Scar Road with Jayne, Emily & Lucy while on holiday in Coniston. 6.2 miles with 590m of ascent in 4hrs19mins (2hrs59mins moving time and 1hrs19mins stopped time).pwhitaker_196626/06/2019
Hot! Ascended from Coniston visitor centredonkeywalker23/06/2019
With Sue on a nip around the OMC circuit from the Walna Scar Road.Phreerunner21/06/2019
Solo. From Coniston village, via Low Water. Coniston Old Man, Brim Fell & Dow Crag.ADT30/04/2019
From Coniston via Wetherlam, Swirl How etc. Descent to Low Water back to Coppermines.NormanW12/04/2019
Walked Old man across to Great CarrsSteve8111/04/2019
From Walna Scar CP before completing the ridge walk to the East (Dow Crag etc...) Lovely sunny day. Jemima didnt stop once on the way up!hannah&steven08/04/2019
Cloudy and Windy. Very quietsiholden24/03/2019
Birketts Con 4 walkmart079726/02/2019
From Coniston via Walna Scar path, onto Dow Crag and Old Man. Weather terrible, forecasters lied.Argentum6621/02/2019
Good ground and relatively easy climb. Path from Low Water up was very icy until around 50m from summit. Patches of ice around on top.stefanjagger28/01/2019
A surprising deep frost made the drive up to Walna Scar dicey. Car park full on a fantastic sunny and still cold day. Climbed the South ridge, lovely and sunny and quiet.Karmakarl24/12/2018
From Coniston - Dixon Ground - Wains Scar Road - Steep ascent via Limestone Haws and Craig O Stile to summit and trig - Brim Fell - Swirl How summit - then down past Great Carrs - Little Carrs - Wet Side edge - Greenburn - Low Hall Garth - Atkinson Coppice - High Tibberthwaite - Lane to A593 - then path through woods back to Coniston. ran out of daylight at Tibberthwaite (end of walk in dark).briandavies24/11/2018
Due to the weather forecast decided to extend a weeks stay in the lakes by booking in at the Ambleside YH so as to have a full Saturday. Rewarded with a bright sunny day to climb The OM of C. Very windy and icy but the views went on forever.Bernard27/10/2018
Did Coniston Old Man, then Brim Fell and Dow Crag.Sham Sharrock23/10/2018
Parked at the end of the lane leading west out of Coniston, then walked up with Helen and Molly on a warm, bright, calm day. We headed north and then up past Low Water and returned down pass Goat's Water. Also bagged the trig point on the summit.JohRvs15/10/2018
Walk with the 'stanly' walking group. A lot of rain but very good ridge walk.shriver08/10/2018
(Walkers with) Torun Mcmoran, Gary Dean, Dave Topliss. (Parking/start point) Ruskin Museum - Copper Mines Cottages - Hole Rake - Dry Cove Bottom - Steel Edge - Lower Hows - Wetherlam - Swirl Hawse - Prison Band - Swirl How - Great How Crags - Little How Crags - Brim Fell - Coniston Old Man - Low Water - Crowberry Haws - Miners Bridge - Ruskin Museum.redbob22/09/2018
Headed over from Dow Crag easy path to follow. with Richie.Zoe Little04/09/2018
Yens first hill after her collarbone accident with Geoff and Caroline.Mountainhikes29/08/2018
Hill bagging with Andrew: Wetherlam, Black Sails, Swirl How, Great Carrs, Grey Friar, Black Crag, The Old Man Of Coniston. 16.86km 3:51:00peter_tun05/08/2018
Bleathwaite Pasture, Brown Pike, Buck Pike, Dow Crag, The Old Man of Coniston, Brim Fell, Swirl How, Black Sails, Erin Crag, Kennel Cragkeithouk05/08/2018
Solo walk from Coniston - Miners Bridge - Low Water - THE OLD MAN OF CONISTON - Brim Fell - Swirl How - Wetherlam - Hole Rake - Miners Bridge - Wainwright 131Nutty02/07/2018
Another hot day-about 27C-so progress very slow. People swimming in Low Tarn! Steep final ascent reaching summit at 2.15 (started 10.15).Great panorama although hazy over sea and Duddon estuary.Peak Rambler25/06/2018
From Brim FellMrChris198001/06/2018
Beautiful day (24 degrees and sunny!) Old Man of Coniston, Brim Fell, Little How Crag, Great How Crag, Swirl How, Great Carrs, Grey Friar and Little Carrs and Hell Gill PikeFionalevey30/05/2018
From Coniston, direct through the old quarries, Coniston Old Man, Brim Fell, Swirl How and Wetherlamre142120/05/2018
OCT with SeanLittledave19/05/2018
Old Man of Coniston with Amy. Coniston - Coppermines Valley - Old Man of Coniston - Brim Fell - Levers Hawse - Levers Water - Coppermines Valley - Coniston.killiedaft07/05/2018
Circular walk from Conistonpbeisty05/05/2018
From Brim Fell, before descending to Conistonrfoster02/05/2018
The Coniston Fellssms.3721/04/2018
Walna Scar CP > Goat's Hawse > Dow Crag > Goat's Hawse > The Old Man of Coniston > Brim Fell > Great How (Swirl Band) > Grey Friar > Great Carrs > Swirl How > Swirl Hawse > Black Sails > Wetherlam > Lad Stones > Walna Scar CP. Fine but largely cloudy great walking day, just me and Hjohnkaysleftleg14/04/2018
Bagged on a mega hill day, circular walk from car park above Heathwaite, via Lower Water to Coniston Old Man, Brim Fell, Little How Crags, Great How (Swirl Band), Swirl How, Prison Band (who played jail house to their captive audience!), Levers Waters and back to the car park, Mr TJR reckoned we covered about 10 miles.thejackrustles11/04/2018
From car park above Heathwaite, across Braidy Beck ascended Old Man of Coniston via Low Water tarn. On to Dow Crag via Goat Hawse. Retrace steps and ascend Brim Fell. Follow ridge to Lervers Hawse took path that contours around Swirl How to Fairfield and ascend Grey Friars. Return to Fairfield and ascend Great Carrs and Swirl How. Descent to Swirl Hawse and Levers Water, contour around to Grey Crag to the Pudding Stone and Crowberry Haws and return to car park.raymooremanx29/03/2018
Walna scar carpark walnascar white maiden white pike then onto ridge,brown pike buck pike dow crag then the old man.AvidSockWearer10/03/2018
Wetherlam via Hole Rake, Black Sails (Nuttall), Swirl Hawse, Prison Band, Swirl How, Grey Friar, Brim Fell, The Old Man of Coniston, Goats Hawse, Dow Crag, Buck Pike, Brown Pike, Wanna Scar (Nuttall), White Maiden (Nuttall) back to Coniston via Walna scar Road.Stu Percival07/02/2018
From YMC hut at Coppermines, with KMRT group.ngthack20/01/2018
Via Goats water. Nice warm day!DanGeere02/12/2017
Colt Crag > Old Man of Coniston > Buckbarrow Crag > Brim Fell > Brim Fell (Raven Tor) from YHA Coniston Copperminesronaldo33321/10/2017
Mark JolleysEllie's Hills20/10/2017
Started at car park on Walna Scar Road SD 28922 97027. via Walna Scar, White Maiden and Dow crag & Brim Fell.Westdenewalker12/09/2017
With MMC, Hodge Close Quarry to Tranearthrobertgn09/09/2017
Running with LornaLykewake4220/08/2017
up from levers waterSoary7007/08/2017
Solo ascent from half way between Coniston and carpark. Descended via copper mines track. New Ascent PB from car park. 00:47:27peter_tun30/07/2017
Cumbrian Traverse - Broughton Mills to KeswickIWC16/06/2017
S/F Coniston, Summit via Goats Waterianwkitson10/06/2017
3rd ascentabbo000131/05/2017
With Colin and Len. A cloudy day with some sun and some mist. On circuit to Wetherlam.Flobbus22/05/2017
From Coniston Wetherlam Prison Band Swirl How Great Carrs Grey Friars Brim Fell Coniston Old Man Dow CragWifey201614/05/2017
Coniston Fells Weatherlam, Swirl How, Great Carrs, Grey Frier, Brim Fell, Coniston Old Man and finishing on Dow Crag Wonderful day if a little windy up thereTobo196914/05/2017
With Jim Catchpole, his third historic county top in Cumbria in as many days. My third time up the Old Man, but the first with a view other than cloud. Parked at the free (at the moment) car park at the end of the tarmac section of the Walna Scar Road. North on the old gravel quarry track then join the main route up from Coniston. From top easy ridge walk to Brim Fell.Hillsidenick10/05/2017
Via Wetherlam, Swirl How, Brim Fell. Lots of people at summit and passed by fell runers on way up. Fine views including Inglebourgh, Hysham and Duddon estury. Return to Connistone via direct path to Coppermines vally.adrian34529/04/2017
Yewdale Crag, Brackeny Crag, Low Wythow, High Wythow, Long Crag, Kitty Crag, Lad Stones, Wetherlam, Swirl How, Great How, Little How Crags, Brim Fell, The Old Man of Coniston, The Bellkeithouk23/04/2017
Walk, conniston old manseanrtaylor9123/04/2017
Hot DayMick299108/04/2017
Stunning viewsCyclistno104/04/2017
Old Man - Brim Fell - Swirl How - Wetherlam Fairly busy on top, but having ascended via Boo Tarn we weren't used to the crowds. Decent weather, but a bit breezy.JonathanConey04/04/2017
13 mile walk from Coniston village up the Coppermines road, bearing right to climb Wetherlam then going on to Swirl How, Gt Carrs, Grey Friar, Brim Fell, Coniston Old Man and Dow Crag, descending via Buck Pike and Brown Pike and Walna Scar road back to the car.Philip A03/04/2017
From Coniston, up Church Beck, north of The Bell, to Old Man of Coniston, Brim Fell, Dow Crag and Walna Scar Road back to Coniston. Good views on summits.welshyboyo02/04/2017
Coniston roundscreeleep02/04/2017
Silly Ben snowPaul Beard25/03/2017
Up from The Bell (335m) with Evan, Sail, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave11/03/2017
Fantastic clear cold sunny day with Ian and Richard ( from Walna Scar)Denise 01/01/2017
Sunny day above the clouds, on day 1 of our 2016-17 new year trip, amazing scenery and did the full horseshoe!Joel45128/12/2016
Part of round to Wetherlam and Old Man - above inversion, Ingelborough in the distance - not the first timedavechaffey28/12/2016
Birkett 3.With Keith and Rob on a windy afternoon( Storm Coner)Dave Geere25/12/2016
From Coppermines. Solo. + Brim Fell, Swirl Howdeurgar20/12/2016
Parked in village and walked up Walna Scar Road then Dow Crag - Old Man - Brim Fell - Swirl How and descent by Levers Waters.benalder28404/12/2016
CHAOS Club walk, on a very cold bright day from The Newfield Inn with Tony, Neil, Brian, Steve and Alan R and Frank, Frank's 70th birthday walk.Lou07/11/2016
Yet another ascent of the Old Man, this time with Dave Handley. From parking area at the bottom of Walna Scar Road in Dunnerdale. Went on to follow the ridge to Swirl How and Grey Friar befor descending to the dam and down the land rover track. Clear day for a change some snow on high mountains.Oracle07/11/2016
From end of hard part of Walna Scar road 1km west of Coniston village. Plenty of free parking space. Easily ascended SE face. Returned on stony and worn out tourist path down east face, a bit longer, less comfortable but more interesting views and setting.Topographer5721/10/2016
A Day of wainwright baggingjmistry8615/10/2016
Number two of two summits on this walk. Mostly cloudy, windy and misty on tops. Mountain Skills Day 1. Coniston to Brim Fell (796m) via Crowberry Haws, Boulder Valley, Cove Beck and Brim Fell Rake. Along to the Old Man of Coniston (803m) and off south ridge to Walna Scar Road and back to Coniston. Distance = 12.61km. Average moving speed = 3.5km/h. Time moving = 3:38. Ascent = 815m.paulnewby8124/09/2016
I reckon I first climbed The Old Man in 1960. Been here many times since. Top just in mist.dal18/09/2016
With Joannastuduncan11/09/2016
With G. From Scarr Head > Walna Scar > White Maiden > Brown Pike > Buck Pike > Dow Crag > Old Man > Brim Fell > Little How Crags > Great How > Swirl How > Black Sails > Levers Water > Start via Boulder Valley, New Intake.RT197010/09/2016
Via the tourist track. Very very busy summit.DanGeere10/09/2016
with Mum, Dad, Holly & LunaBigNick07/09/2016
Beautiful clear day, from Coniston, we took the path up along Church Beck and the long slog up past the disused mines, Low Water and eventually onto the top of Coniston Old Man. With such a clear day, we were able to see over to the Isle of Man. The top was fairly busy, so we dropped of the back towards Goat Hawse and eat some lunch overlooking Goat's Water. Following the bridleway back round the front of Old Man, with the sweltering hot weather, we took a dip in the beck, and basked in the sun to dry out a little. We got a little lost on the way back, but decided to drop into Coniston for a well earned pint in the sun. 5hr 45mins: 11.5km; 850mByronHaywood29/08/2016
Banks, High Pike Haw, White Maiden, Walna Scar, Brown Pike, Buck Pike, Dow Crag, The Old Man of Coniston, Brim Fell, Little How Crags, Great How Crags, Swirl How, Wetherlam, Lad Stoneskeithouk28/08/2016
Camped at Coniston Hall with Jane & SteveFifi6027/08/2016
Started from Walna Scar CP. Circular walk including Dow CragWandyone2326/08/2016
I started my ascent from Dixon Ground above the village of Coniston. The path was steep and unrelenting, passing through an old copper mine and climbing to Low Water, resembling an ampitheatre. At one point two thick cables barred the way, but it turned out that this was not the path, which doubled back at that point. From Low Water it became even steeper as it zig-zagged towards the summit of Coniston Old Man. As I had started quite early, there were only a handful of other walkers and I was able to enjoy the superb vista of the Scafells, Bowfell and Crinkle Crags.peter4lc24/08/2016
Windy as hell. Low clouds. 2 groups had to turn back because of bloody wind. We managed though.Igor Mincenko07/08/2016
with Dad and Tom from Walna Scar RoadM0YDH30/07/2016
Walked from Coniston, and took in The Old Man, Brim fell and Dow Crag. Amazing views.Steve8127/07/2016
Climbed with Chris, circular route from car park near Coniston.magirob26/07/2016
1/3 First of Three on a very wet day (The Old Man of Conniston/Brim Fell/Stoneside Hill)Fergalh24/07/2016
with Lynn Parkin very wet dayderek_74415/07/2016
Circular walk with kids and Finns first lakeland walkmaria37612/07/2016
Done with Jacky Boy...Very proud was a tough walk for little legs...Parked at Walna scar car park...Ice cream in Coniston afterwatrdsScotty 2 Hotty03/07/2016
PupLittledave30/06/2016
On a backpack - Coniston to Elterwater section.Phreerunner22/06/2016
Did the round from Coniston with Gleed and Isabelle plus their pooch! Took about 5 hours but we did carry the dog loads!Mozzer20/06/2016
from walna scar rd took niece kirsty and 3 yr old gt niece grace up their 1st ever mountain grace walked every step of the way and paddled and had a picnic at low water perfect weather and viewscolinfielding19/06/2016
The Old Man, Brim Fell, and Swirl How from Coniston.MountainTerrier18/06/2016
From the town following path to copper mines, though the quarries to Low Water and then up to the top. Bloody hard work in places, but a great five mile trek and a first Wainwright in the bag.Stuzinho18/06/2016
Coniston-Wetherlam-Old Man circuit from Thurston camp site.PreCambrianLife18/06/2016
2mFM radio activation. LD-013. Short way.Petem0hqo15/06/2016
With David from holiday cottage at Little Arrow. Up via Goat's Water, back by Low Water - 6 hours. Arrived at 11am, we were the only ones there on a hot day! 50 years since my first visit to the Old Man when I was 19!citygent07/06/2016
From Coniston, Old Man of Coniston, Brim Fell, Swirl How, Wetherlam.Fell_wanderer01/06/2016
Parked up at car park at Walna Scar Road then set off west along Walna Scar to Brown Pike, and then headed along ridge line to Buck Pike then Dow Crag before heading up to summit of the Old Man. Quite a few people up on the summit making the most of the good weather. After a sandwich and cup of tea carried on back down past the coppermines before heading back to the car. Total time was about 4 hours Very nice day out.GaryG31/05/2016
walna scar car park up via goat water and turn right. bit cloudy but cool and dry.4hr 30 trip, back same way.keithelliott25/05/2016
Second peak of the day. Still foggy and wet. No views.AlanDStewart24/04/2016
Walna scar car park, Black Sail ridge (recommended) Wetherlam, Swirl How, Old Man Very clear dayNorthender20/04/2016
Walna Scar car park - The Bell -Swirl How- Great Carrs - Grey Friar - Brim fell - Old manbenarbia no 310/04/2016
Parked at Walna Scar Rd, Coniston, Brim Fell, Dow Crag, back down the Walna Scar Road.Delta6809/04/2016
Sixth top of seven reached today, Coniston fells route was from a book Walking the Wainwrights by Stuart Marshall, park in the pay and display car park in Coniston village which can be expensive.WAYNE ROWLETT02/04/2016
the bell, crowberry haws, colt crag, com, misty no viewsunderhill02/04/2016
with davek973aren22/03/2016
Superb snowy day up the Old Man of C with Pete and across Dow CragRiver-Girl05/03/2016
A snowy Old Man on the main path from ConistonTina13/02/2016
Fourth Climb, plan was to go back down via Levers Water but hazardous conditions in snow, (was not snowing)ice and freezing winds to turned back the way we came so that we could be safely down by nightfall.Squirrel_Nutty01/01/2016
From Coniston to The Old Man Conistonejjohnstone29/12/2015
Birkett Old Man Dirty Dozen - PupLittledave10/12/2015
Walk from Walna Scar Road car park up the 'tourist path' to Old Man and along the ridge to Brim Fell. Return the same way.Andy8120/10/2015
2nd of the day. Fine walk over from Dow crag via goats hause. Lunch on top.treborconde17/10/2015
Lad Stones, Wetherlam, Swirl How, Great Carrs, Grey Friar, Brim Fell, The Old Man of Coniston, Dow Crag, Buck Pike, Brown Pikekeithouk11/10/2015
12.9 miles 4485fthikester11/10/2015
The Crown Inn, Miners Bridge, Crowberry Haws, Quarries and Levels, Goat's Hawse, Goat Crag, Walna Scar Road, Dixon Ground.rymartin10/10/2015
from cp to the east.robertphillips11/09/2015
With Wetherlam, Swirl How and Brim FellNicky11/09/2015
Nuttall walkRuth30/08/2015
From Coniston via the Miners Bridge and Low Waterafoster30/08/2015
Via Walmart scar road, goats water and goats hawse. Very busy. Very hot day.DanGeere08/08/2015
With Catman and Bridget.See Catman's log for The Bell.oscarrosie02/08/2015
With Bridget and Oscar.alis2ndround02/08/2015
Coniston Fell Racemcbiydw219/07/2015
Via South Rake on Dow Crag and Brim FellCharlieRose18/07/2015
With Red Rope, stayed at CopperminesGordy10/07/2015
Walk no.5 - Wetherlam, Swirl How, Great Carrs, Grey Friar, Brim Fell, The Old Man of Coniston, and Dow Crag. Wainwrights #8 through #14.Kev_F16/06/2015
Coniston Old Man, Dow Crag, Brim Crag, Swirl How, Grey Friar Great Carrs, Wetherlam. Hard Work!jonesthesteam09/06/2015
Coniston Round from WetherlamAjm031009/06/2015
OCT PupLittledave16/05/2015
Coniston - Brown Pike - Buck Pike - Dow Crag - Coniston Old Man - Brim Fell - Grey Friar - Great Carrs - Swirl How - Wetherlam - Above Beck Fells - Conistondanthwaites08/05/2015
Stiff climb Great walk and achievement but got soaked coming back downTobo196907/05/2015
Climbed as part of GDY module 2. Helped sattam and Louise to the top. Good weather. New boots - good buy.MattD201030/04/2015
Great walk fron Coniston village nice and warm with Angie and Tedpcooper26/04/2015
SoloRoy_H10/04/2015
Spectacular temperature inversion at 1000ft. Mist in the valleys, summit in sun. Blanket of cloud all the way across the sea to Wales - Carneddau clearly visible.M3WDD06/04/2015
Solodentalchimp05/04/2015
Coniston Fells from Walna Scar Road. Dow Crag - Consiton Old Man - Brim Fell - Swirl How - Great Carrs - Greyfriar. Sunny spells, much better up Swirl How this time!re142118/03/2015
From Coniston, via, Coniston Fells, Above Back Fells, Wetherlam, Prison Band, Swirl How, Little Carrs, Hinning House Fell, Great How Craggs,, Little How Craggs, The Old Man Of Coniston, Goats Water, The Cove, Back to Coniston 21K in total snow above 650m Cold wind on high area, great walk.griefmiester10/03/2015
Via old miners track. Winter conditions.Mattvix71114/02/2015
Walk with Josh around Coniston Old Man.yeha08/02/2015
With A,C &M. Brocken Spectre enjoyed near summit cold with varying cloud levels.PeterD29/12/2014
Dusting of snow - deeper in drifts. Explored mines.simonlt0128/12/2014
Ascent with family from car park at the end of the Walna Scar Road north to the cross path near Crowberry Haws, then westward through quarries to Low Water tarn, before final snowy and ice ascent to the summit. Descent via the same route. Cloud over summit and very low visibility.VirtualMountain28/12/2014
A beautiful winter's day with Lesley, blue sky, sunshine and snow cover above 300 metres. Up the Old Man first via the less trodden SE path. Icy cold breeze on summit and mist swirling in from the west. double halo broken spectres. Very busy summit. Someone smoking an e-cigarette - I got a whiff of the vapour! Along to Brim Fell then compass work and ice axe out for the misty descent out to Raven Tor . Someone had built a snowman on the path down to Low Water. Nasty icy main path where all the snow had been compressed by the hordes of walkers,including many dogs and families heading up up The Old Man. Easier to walk on the snow alongside. 50 +cars at Walna Scar road end (New Year week). We had left ours in Coniston, not risking the unknown ice on the road up -a wise move.Chris Pearson28/12/2014
with Howard BRoy_H05/12/2014
Coniston Magnificent Seven on a beautiful, frosty December day, hitting the trail at 0755. Walna Scar Car Park - Miner's Bridge - Lad Stones - Wetherlam - Swirl Hause - Prison Band - Swirl How - Great Carrs - Fairfield Col - Grey Friar - Fairfield Col - Levers Hause - Brim Fell - The Old Man of Coniston - Goat's Hause - Dow Crag - Buck Pike - Brown Pike - Walna Scar RoadDavid Galbraith03/12/2014
Parked up at Walna Scar Road again, walked along the road heading up into the mist before heading north up Brown Pike along to Dow Crag and then on to the Old Man. Visibility was no more than about 10 feet due to the mist and low cloud.GaryG15/11/2014
Went with Brad and Cal Redshawbarrowsbest09/11/2014
Done with James. Shifting cloud of earlier dropped to blanket everything for the rest of the trip. visibility about 100m and constant drizzle.Aimless Rambler09/11/2014
With Ellie and AndyKatesloft01/11/2014
Coniston Water car park, Heathwaite, Walna Scar Road, Goat's Water (lovely to this point, from here on mist and very strong winds, difficult to stay upright at the top), summit (could see about 50 yards), quarries, miners bridge, Lake Road and back.callumorr19/10/2014
Duddon Valley cattle grid near start of Walna Scar Road - Walna Scar Road - Walna Scar (Wainwright outlying fell) - Brown Pike - Buck Pike - DOW CRAG (#188) - Coniston Old Man - Seathwaite Tarn & back to road via waterfalls. Superb day, fantastic views, hardly a cloud in the sky over the whole Lake District.mnph02/10/2014
Jonathan & SueNicola & Stuart27/09/2014
Part of magnificent 7 walk. Strong wind and rain all day.laneyx25/09/2014
Excellent 9 mile walk up from Coniston up the Walna Scar road, bagged Walna Scar, Dow Crag and its minor-summits, then across the hawse onto Brim Fell and the Old Man, walking back down the tourist path to Coniston. Had the summits to ourselves for 10 mins.DanTrig22/09/2014
Dow/Coniston/Brimbevandy11407/09/2014
With son Liam a direct ascent of Coniston Old Man via Goat's Hawse. Visited Brim Fell and then ascended Dow Crag and returned to Walna Scar over Buck Pike and Brown Pike.knarf05/09/2014
Good weather. Cloudy summit. Walked with 7 year old son.laneyx30/08/2014
Walked with Tom. Cloudy. From Walna Scar Road, past Boo Tarn up near the quarries then to top. Continued on to Brim Fell as the day was young and we had more in our legs to expend.Statto27/08/2014
Walking soloAdam Cowley24/08/2014
Walked from Coniston Hall campsite, via Ship Inn, old slate mines, Low Water, etc & back. Sunny spells, chilly for August.ianandbarbara24/08/2014
Over from Dow Crag, on to Brim Fellbardolph20/08/2014
Sunny dayWeather Prophet19/08/2014
Lovely walk up from Dow Cragpaul maycock13/08/2014
Ascended via Goats Water. Descent via Low WaterPaul_142_uk09/08/2014
A late afternoon march round COM, after a morning orienteering! Isle of Man and (I think) Wales and Scotland visible on a glorious evening.huwthomas04/08/2014
Starting from the Car Park at Walna Scar rd ascending through the mines to Low tarn and then the zigzag path to the summit, weather cool but dry on top.fostersm04/08/2014
Coniston, Copper Mines Valley, Red Dell, then onto Swirl How, Brim Fell and onto The Old Man. Warm day in the valleys but cooler up on tops with some hill flag. Climbed by Karl, Liz, Callum (12) & Liam (10).Batmancaver31/07/2014
Lovely hill, great climb and stunning views. With Phil, Lisa, Gary, Marie and Ben. Down for excellent well earned pint and crisps at Sun in Conistonmcf18/07/2014
Various with school Camp latest John G T and J ....2014 17 July with John from Eskdale Yha. Grey Friars brim fell Dow crag. Coniston old men. Brim fell. Great how crags. Swirl how. Weatherlam swirl how. Little and great carrsirwin17/07/2014
Up and down from Conistoneilidh_hikes13/07/2014
With Chris, Sophie, Howardaucuparia12/07/2014
Great Langdale to Seathwaite with wild camp below Brim Fell. Following peaks below.... Hell Gill Pike Little Carrs Great Carrs Swirl How Great How Little How Brim Fell Old Man of Conistonfellowsa08/07/2014
From Coniston. Brown Pike, Buck Pike, Dow Crag, Brim Fell, The Old Man of Coniston and the Bell. Great walk in good weather.AlunRees3105/07/2014
From Coniston. Brown Pike, Buck Pike, Dow Crag, Brim Fell, The Old Man of Coniston and the Bell. Great walk in good weather.Alunrees3305/07/2014
From Walna Scarjeffurz128/06/2014
Great walkadriane08/06/2014
We walked up here from the Walna Scar Quarry Road via Brown Pike, Buck Pike and Dow Crag and then onto the Old Man and Swirl How. Great weather and great day.Cap_Thunderbolt31/05/2014
Walked with Chris as part of the Coniston round 13.4 miles 8.5 hours. Dry but over cast all summits clear but hazy. Parked at Walna Scar road.rwinrow30/05/2014
Nr Seathwaite - end of road Nr Broad Haws, Walna Scar Slide, Brown Pike, Buck Pike, Dow Crag, Hoats Haswe, OMC, Cairn 796, Leavers Hawse, Seathwaite Tarn, Lead Pike, Track to car.dunx200525/05/2014
With Stephen. From Coniston village. Swirl How & The Old Man of Coniston.ADT17/05/2014
OCT race PupLittledave17/05/2014
With Jolly Boys V. Ed, Bieber, Jordan, and Andy of course. Andy & I played Baker Street on the top on Alto saxophones (as you do).rattymeister15/05/2014
Parked up at car park at Walna Scar Road then set off west along Walna Scar to Brown Pike, and then headed along ridge line to Buck Pike then Dow Crag before heading up to summit of the Old Man. Quite a few people up on the summit making the most of the good weather. After a sandwich and cup of tea carried on northwards to Swirl How. Was going to end it there and head back down but decided instead to take advantage of the good weather and carried on to Wetherlam. Nice gentle stroll down past the coppermines before heading back to the car. Total time was about 6 1/2 hours. Very nice day out.GaryG02/05/2014
Miners Bridge to the quarriesdavidsharpe2319/04/2014
First of three on good Friday in warm sunshine and great visibility. direct ascent from sun inn via church beck, very busy route. cool at summit, had lunch +100 walkers!! ridge route to brim fell and swirl how, down via prison band and levers waterboothy618/04/2014
With Debbie, Chris, Loanna, Anne Marie & Pete, Kellie & McKenna. Camping at Coniston hall Farm.chrislayne18/04/2014
Started at the car park at the start of the Walna Scarr Road climbed Dow Crag then around for The Old Man (With others). Then after they went down across to Brim Fell and Swirl How. Down by Prison band and Levers Water and a boggy trek back.. Ran out of time otherwise planned to do Wetherlam but weather held to allow some great views.mike.hamilton14/04/2014
With JIll from Walna Scar ..Dow Crag route to The Old Man..wonderful clear day, terrific viewsGrey Hare14/04/2014
As windy as I ever hope to see. Andy got blown over. I nearly did. Very, very cold and a bit scary. Thought we were at the top a few times only to keep going up until the crag on the top was obvious. Misty, foggy, cold. A decent trip up via the mines at the bottom. Parked at the YHA.Tony Bailes13/04/2014
SWFCgeoffryan04/04/2014
Started from Coniston village. A map is required as although the paths are worn there are many shooting off in directions. Fantastic walk with great views although ascent past quarry is soullesspetejread03/04/2014
With the LemonDavo02/04/2014
a good day some snow underfoot descent by goats water walna scar road.fellrunner29/03/2014
Myself and Hooters climbed the old manmaggotz29/03/2014
Brown Pike, Buck Pike, Dow Crag, The Old Man of Coniston, Brim Fell, Little How Crags, Great How, Grey Friar, Great Carrs, Swirl How, Wetherlam, Birk Fell Man, High Fell, Hawk Rigg, Haystacks, Blake Rigg.keithouk16/03/2014
Started at carpark walking anti clockwise, dry, windy but fog and snow at the top. 6 mile total.Holrich09/03/2014
Set off in overcast conditions from Church Beck. Beautiful clear waterfalls, visibility clear to 400 m then into cloud and down to 10-15m. Low water couldn't be seen from the path. Last 50m into bitter wind with snow and ice under foot. Quick photo then on to BrimFellJon B08/03/2014
With jack, dexter and a terrible hangover. Snowy and got a bit lost on top, came off and weren't sure of the way so retraced our steps, were on the top bloody twice!!!Jessicaelainesm01/03/2014
Snow at the top. Very slippy on way down and had to sit and slide, resulting in a hilarious, precarious run and a massive bruise on my rear!crazyaly20/02/2014
Got halfway between tarn and summit, but snow was pretty bad near the top and we had to turn back.pdminshal02/02/2014
Stayed at Barrow Mountaineering Hut, Coppermines. Climbed via Low Water up through old quarries to topGordonH23/11/2013
Fantastic day, no wind buthere was ice on the way up.Tigger424222/11/2013
Coniston Fells from Seathwaitecallisto18817/11/2013
Clear ascent past mine. Strong winds from north and walking difficult across to Dow Crag.AJones14/11/2013
Blue almost cloudless skies, cold and snow underfoot. more than a dozen folk on the top who quickly vanished as we sat and ate our lunch.Baz Baziah10/11/2013
From Coniston, one helluva breeze on top!Chopperbrown01/11/2013
Lakesgirl01/11/2013
With Damian, Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave18/10/2013
start Coniston, partly cloudyadrianpatten15/10/2013
With AS. Walked. With fs, es, is, tr, kr, it, fr.eks15/10/2013
With AS. Part Carried. With fs, es, is, tr, kr, it, fr. iks15/10/2013
Walked up following 14m run round lake coniston - with Hannah and Catherinenell158310/10/2013
Walked from caravan club camp site up to the Old Man then on to Dow Crag,too windy to carry on along the ridge so went down via goats water .marleys walkers06/10/2013
with Steve, Rob and Alex. Went up the tourist route, Gorgeous day, low water was exceptional. Then did Brim Fell and swirl How. Descent pass lever waterJames Burrows28/09/2013
Climbed with Cindy and Martin before heading to the Lakeside HotelBlue Scrambler28/09/2013
Start Fell Foot car park above Coniston - Walna Scar - Brown Pike - Buck Pike - Dow Crag -Goats Hawes - Brim Fell - Old Man (why do people have to sit bang on the summit?)- Bursting Stone Quarry. Absolutely beautiful day - warm in afternoon after cool start - far reaching views.Grasmoor26/09/2013
The greatest peak bagging day yet! Starting from Walna Scar car park, along Walna Scar road, a detour up Walna Scar hill, then Brown Pike, Buck Pike, Dow Crag, The Old Man, Brim Fell, Little How Crag, Great How Crag, Grey Friar, Hell Gill Pike, Little Carrs, Great Carrs, a brief pause to pay respects at the monument, Swirl How, down Prison BandArond Levers Water and the mine as it was getting dark and got back to the car as the lights went out. Next time remember torch & glasses!mickdavidson25/09/2013
With G. Gi&Ro. From Coniston > Lad Stones > Wetherlam > Swirl How > Great Carrs > Grey Friar > Little How Crags > The Old Man > Coniston.RT197023/09/2013
Grey damp circuit of the Consiton Fells from Walna Scar Car Park with Team Bob. Brown Pike, Buck Pike, Dow Crag and Old Man. Low hanging cloud and no views all day!nosdrahcir21/09/2013
With Jo, circular walk from Coniston: Low Water, The Old Man of Coniston, Brim Fell, Little How Crags, Great How Crags, Grey Friar, Great Carrs, Swirl How, Levers Water. Weather; generally sunny, occasional high intermittent cloud, warm at first, cool breeze later, very good visibility.amblerbob14/09/2013
Wet and rainy from ConistonAde904308/09/2013
Estimated date. Climbed via Dow Crag from Fell Gate.indikid6030/07/2013
Climbed from NT campsite. Up via The Bell, Low Water and onto Brim Fell, then the Old Man. Return via Ash Gill and the lower moorland. 16.7 miles.meltdiceburg19/07/2013
Fell Gate - Brown Pike - Buck Pike - Dow Crag - Coniston Old Man - Brim Fell - Swirl How - Prison Band - Wetherlam - Black Sails - Black Sails Ridge - Levers Water - Boulder Valley - Fell Gate. Very hot. Sweaty.MountainTerrier13/07/2013
Hottest day of the year! Excellent walk Start Coniston village,Past The Sun Innmel&matt13/07/2013
From brim fellembrambler11/07/2013
Top No.33. By car from holiday cottage in Ambleside to car park on Walna Scar Road. Climbed to summit via Little Arrow Moor and Crag O'Stile - a tough climb on a very hot and humid day. Temp 24 deg C. Descent along tourist trail via Crowberry Haws. Distance 4.0 miles, time 3:42, climb 2113 feet.alan.65to7007/07/2013
With Mag and Glen via Levers Water over Brim Fell and down via Goats Water. Fine day.iredale06/07/2013
Nice sunny day, windy and a tad chilly at the top. Ascended via the quarry route and descended back to coniston via boo tarn.derlan19/06/2013
From Coniston, Brown Pike, Buck Pike, Dow Crag then the Old Man and down through the mines. Kev & Briony, Natalie & Jamie.K&B15/06/2013
Walk round Old Man from Coniston wi Arthurgavopeo10/06/2013
Up from Walna Scar and Dow crag. It looked like being a cracking day on the way up but by the time I'd summitted Brown Pike, the cloud had come down from nowhere and that was that with the views for the rest of the dayhillhiker09/06/2013
Cumbrian TraverseLittledave04/06/2013
Started on Walna Scar Road, Ascended Dow Crag and then over to The old Man. Down into Coniston and back to torveradnspark01/06/2013
Really windy up top - thought we would be blown off. Straight up and down - next time we will do the round.crazyaly29/05/2013
Just Dow Crag and the Old Man todayflapjack26/05/2013
On round of Coniston Fells with AT and T, from Wrynose.Man of Kernow125/05/2013
With Cheryl.MGT6719/05/2013
Circular route from Coniston.tomd419/05/2013
Old County Tops Fell RaceDinoF18/05/2013
OCT Mark LiptrotLittledave18/05/2013
Climbed with Claire, Reya, James and Jo.willpalmer12/05/2013
From Coniston - up via Goats Water - down via Levers Hawse (!)AJF30/04/2013
From Brim Fell. Scattered dog\'s ashes at summit. Sun appeared. Descent via Goat Tarn. Very windy. Pint of Lonesome Pine (Ulverstons) in the Sun Inn.michaelphillips29/04/2013
Seventh of 21 summits on the 31 mile Cumbrian Traverse http://www.gofar.org.uk/Cumbrian%20Traverse.html which we completed in 8:45RHW21/04/2013
Coniston - The Old Man - Brim Fell - Swirl How - Great Carrs - Levers Water - Coniston. Snow!!MountainTerrier16/03/2013
Knee Deep in snow started from Coppermines ValleyJosh1204/03/2013
Via Coppermines youth hostel, sunshine and snow.Taz3802/03/2013
Climbed with Matt, George and Sam from Conistonpwhitaker_196619/02/2013
Via the south ridge. See my blog post for more details: <a href="http://blog.alistairpooler.co.uk/2013/02/a-snowy-day-in-coniston-fells.html" target="_blank">http://blog.alistairpooler.co.uk/2013/02/a-snowy-day-in-coniston-fells.html</a>alistairpooler15/02/2013
Snow on Toptraceya8112/01/2013
5 Peaks, 3 Wainwrights: From/to Torver, Brown Pike, Buck Pike, Dow Crag, Brim Fell and the Old man of ConistonRonald06/01/2013
MY VERY LAST WAINWRIGHT FINALLY SCALED some 40-odd years after starting out on this epic journey.The 'Old Man' (of Coniston not me!)was part of a dramatic horse-shoe-shaped walk taking in Dow Crag, Brim Fell and, finally, Coniston Old Man.A memorable and fitting walk plotted yet again by Mick, with spectacular views all the way round. BIG THANKS TO MY GREAT MATE MICK FOR GETTING ME THERE!We opened and drank a bottle of champagne to celebrate.BillyP14/12/2012
Starting from visitor centre car park in Coniston. Very icy and cold but a great walk.Wades02/12/2012
Walna Scar CP to Old Man Summit via Goats Waterbelcherf18/11/2012
Torver - White Pike - White Maiden - Walna Scar - Brown Pike - Buck Pike - Dow Crag - OMC. Walked in snow! Stunning.dougylove05/11/2012
With: hb sb ab; From Seathwaite in Duddon we walked up track to Seathwaite Tn then up Grey Friar & across to Great Carrs. SE to Swirl How & Great How down to Brim Fell & Coniston Old Man. Then Goat's Hause up to Dow Crag round to Brown Pike & back down.Ian Baines29/10/2012
With: ib sb ab; Helen Baines29/10/2012
With JoanPeteF27/10/2012
Coniston Fells one-way walk with Smoky (cars left each end). Tilberthwaite, Wetherlam, Swirl How, Brim Fell, Old Man, Walner Scar RoadSkip26/10/2012
The Old Man of Coniston / Brim Fell / Dow CragJim Cooper14/10/2012
The Old Man of Coniston / Brim Fell / Dow CragSue Cooper14/10/2012
First walk with Marge. Staying with Caroline in Coniston.Peeqwar12/10/2012
Windy. Limited visibility at the summit this time.JohnStoneham03/10/2012
via Low Water from Walna Scar car park. On to Dow Crag, Buck Pike and Brown Pike.MountainTerrier26/09/2012
Big walk from Wrynose over Hell's Gill Pike, Little Carrs, Great Carrs, Swirl How, Great How, Brim Fell and Coniston Old Man. Return to Wrynose with a visit to Dow Crag and Grey Friar.knarf22/09/2012
Climbed with Bib, Di & Nigelozinworcester08/09/2012
On an epic windy day as part of Walna Scar Cp- Dow Crag- Oln Man- Brim Fell- Swirl How -Great Carrs- Grey Friar- Prison Band- Wetherlam, round.rattymeister06/09/2012
From Coniston Old Station (SD 29981 97477) - Walna Scar Road - Walna Scar - Brown Pike - Buck Pike - Dow Crag - Old Man of Coniston - Brim Fell - Little How Crags - Great How - Grey Friar - Great Carrs - Swirl How - Wetherlam - Lad Stones.david23020102/09/2012
Need to check date but definitely 2012Squirrel_Nutty01/09/2012
With Brighton Explorer's club. Walked up from Low Hall Garth. Route included Wetherlam, Black Sails, Swirl How, Brim Fell, Coniston Old Man and Great Carrs. Very wet weather!tobywharne25/08/2012
Straight up the tourist route from Coniston, then north to Brim Fell, returning via Goat's Tarn to The Ship (Bowmanstead) 6.6 mlsCurly & Shirley24/08/2012
Me and Connor from Brim Fell sunny summit for 90th Wainwrightjimi6609/08/2012
Climbed on holiday in 2010-ishrachelcawley01/08/2012
Walked with Cegedim RX staffm1cnd28/07/2012
Walked with Glen, Neal and Angela from Little Arrow to Goat's Water then up to Dow Crag and onto the Old Man of Coniston and back to Coniston village via Low Waterastokes26/07/2012
nicecdodd126/07/2012
coniston old man, brim fell, dow crag, walna scar and white maiden.crax7320/07/2012
With Clare, Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave19/07/2012
low cloud driving rainiannotts16/07/2012
Lakes Holiday With Joymertw95515/07/2012
Ascent via Dow CragDuffmeister14/07/2012
From Coniston carpark, over bridge, immediate right path signposted just passed the Sun Hotel, over small stream then follow the main flow uphill.marketherton09/07/2012
Hot, calm, sunny, good views.iangalbraith07/07/2012
with Katie and HarveyMikeyB30/06/2012
From Walna Scar road - walk to Goats water then steep ground rope work up goats crag. summit old and then round to dow crag. Weather filty!steviet21/06/2012
Coinston to old man.Malcolmx06/06/2012
Cairn. Route:Heathwaite-Walna Scar-White Maiden-Brown Pike-Buck Pike-Dow Crag-Old Man of Coniston-Heathwaite.SunnyChris Williams04/06/2012
This was a long walk up with Phil G4OBK, Geoff (later M6PYG) and Judy. We started from CP SD289970 walked up the Walna Sca Road, Walna Scar, Brown Pike, Buck Pike, Dow Crag and Brim Fell. Great walk but I did struggle descending steeply via the qauarry.G4OOE29/05/2012
Another hot sunny day in the lakes. Felt sorry for the guys carrying the jubilee beacons up!!W111KYB10/05/2012
Walked from Walna scar road car park after camping at Coniston..Nice weather with bouts of sunshine.Two guys from Lincoln doing Wainrights..Prison Band was awful as was path down from there.Right knee killed...08.30 start and 14.00 finish.lofty25116909/05/2012
After summitting Dow Crag. With Paddy Williams, Joe Premier and Jen DurdenMatt Smith05/05/2012
Climbed with OFWCAC-OFWC05/05/2012
clear sunny day very windy. Great walkPaul Mc28/04/2012
Climbed with Anne, Simone and Brittany.Albert_Tatlock28/04/2012
Training for national 3 peaksfunkyferret16/04/2012
Training for national 3 peaksehaston16/04/2012
monster round of 7 wainwrights and 3 further birketts. starting at road head on coniston end of walna scar road, 19k and around 1200m of ascent. the busy summit topped with trig gave good views today with a splodge or two of snow around the rim ofthe clistig_nest13/04/2012
Coniston Round with Mum going up by Walna Scar track and over Dow Crag, then Old Man, Swirl How, Wetherlam and down S ridge. Showers. Great day out.Mark Jackson12/04/2012
SezLittledave12/04/2012
Amazing weather.Miss Mercy24/03/2012
Climbed up the Old Man in heavy snow and ice, but had to turn back at 650m due to us not having brought our crampons.Cap_Thunderbolt11/02/2012
From Coniston via Church Beck, frosty but dry & bright, down via Goats Water & Walna Scar Roadapricorum15/01/2012
Coniston village > Wetherlam > Black Sails > Prison Band > Swirl How > Grey Friar > Great How > Brim Fell > THE OLD MAN OF CONISTON summit cairn and shelter trig close by > Coniston villageTony Hartry IV13/01/2012
Reached this summit by means of geocaching, a day not to be forgotten. Had to crawl on our hands and knees to touch the trig point.Thegogetters29/12/2011
1st Big climb with my great caching friends what a spectacular climb although weather at the top was a liitle snowy!olliessbrown28/12/2011
Birkett 2Dave Geere18/12/2011
After Brim Fell in snow.Wheelsy18/12/2011
Visibility Really poor today high winds hard rain lots of fog.ccoombes23/11/2011
Start in coniston descent via Dow crag.Mike0606195720/11/2011
Done from Seathwaite going onto the old Man of Conistonrossdrummond12/11/2011
Via Dow Crag and Goats Hawse, good visibility to the East and Southsimonlowe12/11/2011
Coniston - Coppermines Valley - Old Man of Coniston - Swirl How - Prison Band - Levers Water - Coppermines Valley - Coniston, and a well-deserved pint in the Black Bull!killiedaft19/10/2011
.hlpahamp16/10/2011
Very windy day. Walk up through all the quarries is interesting. Went down past Dow Crag.simon and co04/10/2011
From car park at end of track then onto Dow Crag. Lovely views on a hot October day!nevans8401/10/2011
Steep climb on a very humid day with lots of tourists. Not a favourite walk.Kiersten01/10/2011
With Alf from Walna Scar road10th Round28/09/2011
Nice walk up from Coniston. Rain was bad at times and visibility poor. Paths very easy to follow.The Team24/09/2011
2955 ascent 8.06 miles. Start. Coppermines YHA, over miners bridge.Low Water to summit of Old Man. Brim Fell, Dow Crag,Buck Pike,Brown Pike,Walna Scar Road to Miners Bridge. Finish at Coppermines YHAAnylane04/09/2011
Ascent from Torver Via Goats Water followed by Goats Hawse Up to Dow Crag, Back across to Brim Fell then along path South to the summitshanny04/09/2011
With Mike AskewMooseWire30/08/2011
Last summit on route from Walna Scar and Dow Crag. Clear and warm, meant loads of people at the summit.LauraGuy27/08/2011
Coniston Fell race. Also me and Glenys. Cloud and wind.Grizzly19/08/2011
With Ana. Not sure on the datematt200301/08/2011
Coniston, Church Beck, Levers Water Beck, Crowberry Haws, Low Water, The Old Man of Coniston, Brim Fell, Levers Hawse, Swirl Band, Swirl How, Prison Band, Levers Water, Miners Bridge, Conistonhomebuilt31/07/2011
Walk from Torver - Dow Crag - Coniston Old Man - Grey Friarness135323/07/2011
With Jo, circular walk from Seathwaite: Walna Scar Road, Brown Pike, Buck Pike, Dow Crag, The Old Man Of Coniston, returning via Goats Hawse and Seathwaite Tarn. Weather; sunny with high intermittent cloud, generally very good visibility.amblerbob13/07/2011
Coniston Round starting from Coniston. Started off nice but tops were in cloud. Very strong winds on the tops.ClaireCalverley09/07/2011
Drove to Coniston with Scott on a sunny day to start the walk. Ascended Dow Crag by Goats Water and Goats Hause then went along to Old Man Coniston. Then went along the ridge taking in Brim Fell before reaching the summit of Swirl How. Detoured to the sulizziej8727/06/2011
CONISTON fELLS(6) via ridge from Goats Water-no path, very misty for most of the daySusan Allison26/06/2011
Lad Stones - Wetherlam - Black Sails - Swirl How - Great Carrs - Grey Friar - Little How Crags - Brim Fell - Coniston Old Man - Dow Crag - Buck Pike - Brown Pikeronaldo33325/06/2011
Circular walk from Coniston. <BR> <a href="http://stevejsmith56englishnuttalls.blogspot.co.uk/2011/06/coniston-fells.html" target="_blank" >Route details walked</a> <BR> Including statistics, map, photographs and walk description.SteveSmith21/06/2011
A glorious sunny day. Climbed this with a host of nearby hills for a fantastic walk.JohnStoneham14/06/2011
Wainwright No17 Climbed via Walna Scar Rd then Goats Water with Gill+NeeniCookieaw04/06/2011
Ascended via Dow Crag, all sorts of weather from clear skys to down to 5 metres, with snow, hail, strong winds. JimBHMC11/05/2011
one of dozens of ascentsneil akitt06/05/2011
Coniston, Wetherlam, Black Sail, Swirl How, Great Carrs, Grey Friars, Brim Fell, Dow Crag, Coniston Old Man, Coniston.Andy Hirst30/04/2011
Done twice, once in 2006 and then Dow Crag and this peak with P Johnson and Jake the Black Lab in April 2011.iandesbottes30/04/2011
A father and daughter trip and we made our way up via a series of geocaches which gave us a deserted and unorthodox route.pfaffabouters24/04/2011
From Coniston Village car park. adrianturner23/04/2011
Coniston Fells Walk with Pepper, scorching hot.ukmase22/04/2011
From Coniston via Walna Scar Road to Walna Scar, White Maiden, White Pike, then back to Brown Pike, Buck Pike, Dow Crag, Brim Fell, The Old Man and straight back down to Coniston. Glorious sunny day - summer come early!nosdrahcir20/04/2011
Part of Coniston round, Sun Hotel - Old Man - Brim Fell - Swirl How - Wetherlam - Miners Bridge - Black Bull - Pint!PepandJen18/04/2011
Broke my ankle on the way down...doh!DeviceNET11/04/2011
Walked Great Round of Coniston with Glen. Beautiful sunny day started and ended in Coniston Villageastokes10/04/2011
With Katy from Walna Scar Road car park. Sunny warm and very clear, could see Isle of Man.George Thompson08/04/2011
with George - not first ascent First ascent (but poss ot to summit) in fell race 1989KatyT08/04/2011
Coniston - Wetherlam - Old Man - Dow Crag - Coniston. Mainly sunny with little wind, 12 Celsius.dave_a28/03/2011
Climbed via the standard route in perfect clag! No view and bitterly clod on top. Met a chap with a 3 year old at the summit. Hardy lad!KickedIt21/03/2011
(Walkers with) Katie Lawson & Brodie Lawson (Parking/Start point) Seathwaite (Dunnerdale) - Walna Scar Road - Brown Pike - Buck Pike - Dow Crag - Goats Hause - Coniston Old Man - Brim Fell - Levers Hawse - Swirl How - Great Carrs - Grey Friar - Seathwaite Tarn - Seathwaite.redbob06/03/2011
Walna Scar Car Park-Big Hill-Low Water-The Old Man of Coniston-Brim Fell-Levers Hawse-Black Crag-Goat's Hawse-Goat's Water-Walna Scar Road-Walna Scar Car Park... With: Pete, Toddbeadlebarker05/03/2011
Rubbish VisibilitySmeggers13/02/2011
Coniston Old Man via Goats Water visiting first Dow Crag and Brim Fell.knarf01/02/2011
From The Sun Inn, FP NW then W to Low Water which was frozen, and then up steep ascent SW/S to summit. Very cold, Frozen water on lower paths, frozen snow on path near summit. Cloud cover above tops, good visability.TBR30/01/2011
As Nuttall walk 5.5, with Pete and Wendymindlessflogger22/01/2011
Fab start to the new year ... carried on to Brim FellAlinPhil01/01/2011
High winds, clear skies, lots of spindrift along ridge between O.M.C. and W.lam. Deep snow underfoot.ilch08/12/2010
CUHWC Coniston trip with AW and EY; Coppermines Valley bunkhouse - Black Sails - Wetherlam - Swirl How - Great Carrs - Grey Friar - Brim Fell - Old Man.Mark Jackson28/11/2010
On CUHWC Coniston trip - winter navigation course. Up by Goat's Water and down by tourist path. Fine weather but very cold (lots of standing about).Mark Jackson27/11/2010
Part of a long, testing circuit of 8 Coniston Fells from the Walna Scar Road carpark. Nice walk up from the NW ridge to this big rounded, very busy lumppoppiesrara31/10/2010
Coniston - Walna Scar Road - Low Water - The Old Man of Coniston - Brim Fell - Swirl How - Great Carrs - Prison Band - Levers Water - Coppermines Valley - Coniston (Todd) 06/11/2011 (Jon, Linds, Todd) 05/03/2011 (Gem, Todd)ciderpeter30/10/2010
From Conistonlapwing8527/10/2010
A nice warm up for the weekLoobyLouLouLou24/10/2010
A clear day very busy!!akraw19/10/2010
From Coppermines via Boulder ValleyAnduril07/10/2010
With Florachrisdye15/09/2010
walked this with nick w. started 10am from coniston carpark, and walked the steep route past low lake to summit, descent same route as weather conditions v misty.leni06/09/2010
Parked in Coniston and walked up via the minesdave-harris30/08/2010
Hot day, with Susan and LynnRoger C15/08/2010
Loggedsylverd10/08/2010
Part of 7 summit round of the Coniston Fells with Judy55cat. Operated ham radio for WOTA and made 17 contacts.G4OBK (Phil)06/07/2010
Walna Scar - Coniston Old Man - Brim Fell - Levers hause - Great How Crag - Swirl How - Great Carrs - Little Carrs - Hell Gill Pike. Descent Levers Hause - Walna Scar.CaralynR07/06/2010
Climbed with Bill and Cooch from Walna Scar Road via Goat's Water and Brim Fell. Returned via Low Water.dhbond06/06/2010
The Nuttall's Coniston Fells walk on a blissful warm summer day. Very busy atop, expected on such a gorgeous day. Most people gazing south to the sea, I looking eagerly at Dow Crag.Jake99403/06/2010
3 peaks trainingoctopusann02/06/2010
IanDazza30/05/2010
With HazelSpudGunn23/05/2010
Went to lakes first time with J B - borrowed disco was put to good use in the car park had us all in tears up and down the hills - hard walk to the summit then onto swirl how 7.5 miles - then a chippy tea in bownesschris bramley03/05/2010
Third ascent.thenomad20/04/2010
From Torver, Walna Scar road and Buck Pike, straightforward.AndrewW9917/04/2010
On Coniston Round from Coniston YHA. First summit of the day - a stiff climb up past the beautiful Low Water and the interesting mining relics, but well worth it. Great day out, summit busy but crowds die away once you head N from the summit.wheresthepath17/04/2010
Climbed with TerryMount MacLean15/04/2010
Climbed with Joy and Shadow. Our first Wainwright.daveapotter26/03/2010
Fourth peak of the day on a circuit from Tranearth Mountaineering hut to Coniston.Edgemaster20/02/2010
Did with rossy and butch when we did coniston and dow craggPaul Hirst20/02/2010
severe conditions - mountain rescue outdgoode12/02/2010
Approached from Brim Fell for a change. The usual masses around the summit so take a quick peek over the edge to the north and depart for Dow Crag.Lairdy06/02/2010
Estimatelgwalksg01/02/2010
Date Thursday 31st December 2009 Walk Snow. Very cold. Freezing cloud on tops. A few snow showers Time 0834 to 1607 Duration 7 hours 33 mins Distance 10.29 miles Ascent 4160 feet Walkers On my own Car parking Coniston old station car park Walk route Conislindslow31/12/2009
Solo. A winter walk in the snow up from Coniston. Plenty of people about enjoying the snow, windy at the top and some unplanned 'drops' into the snow drifts...Buck29/12/2009
The latest of many ascents to this mountain!simonlt0128/12/2009
Me and the lads once again finally made it. Went round from here to dow crag and back down.mattwilde6615/12/2009
EUHWC Christmas trip 2009Bronagh28/11/2009
acsended from coniston village up via coppermines valley. returned down below dow cragwesty26/11/2009
3rd Round of the Nuttalls wind rain sleet and snow. with dave.parlick07/11/2009
Done with Paul and Richard. Started from Coniston Lakeside CP, up a steep road to Walna Scar Path then the direct route (off-piste) to the summit. Continued over Brim Fell, Dow Crag and Brown Pike. Ferocious winds.falunty11/10/2009
First time in the lakes, first hill climbed.abi09/10/2009
Great day Wainwright bagging around the Coniston Fells.Flipperfeet05/10/2009
Estimateian499301/10/2009
Rob, Graham and large jolly wedding party. Fine sunny weather.SteveG26/09/2009
toplakesmadman11/09/2009
Summited through the slate quarry from the village of Coniston.Peapod2111/09/2009
solo hike part of the Coniston Ridge day. 7hrs in clag then sunshine then clag then brilliant sunshine. Fab dayhightops07/09/2009
With Danu, Sail, Evan & Eire.Dangerous Dave24/08/2009
Walked it as part of the Coniston round via Dow Crag.StuP13/08/2009
With Dan Halima Jeremy Mark & MattPDR196627/07/2009
with irwins and herbertsgeorge_herbert_27/07/2009
Day out walking the Coniston Fells.Nice Cairn and Trig.Joined by a bird for butties.simocity24/07/2009
Climbed On Same Day As Wetherlam / Coniston Old Man / Swirl How / Brim Fell / Dow Crag 2nd WAli D18/07/2009
From ConistonLizcook11/07/2009
Stok Kangri Reunionruthatlast11/07/2009
Coniston - Wetherlam - Swirl How - Brim Fell - Old Man. Walked.dougylove01/07/2009
Not real date as I didn't keep a log. Wetherlam, Black Sails, Swirl How, Great Carrs, Grey Friar, Brim Fell, Old Man of Coniston, Dow Crag, Walna Scar, White Maidenijpowell01/07/2009
Great circular route up the Walna Scar Road, over Dow Crag, onto the Old Man, along to Levers Hawse and down past Levers Water.jester6913/06/2009
From Coniston, nice day to begin with, but by the the time I'd reached the summit the cloud had come in and visibility was virtually zero. Will definately return to see on a better day.DaveMc13/06/2009
Sys Del Team walkWoggle_0912/06/2009
With Yule and Carla walking from Langdale over ridge of How Crags down through old mines to Coniston. All good weather and fine views.peter02/06/2009
As part of Cumbria Traverse attempt. V poor conditions. Have been up before this date too. Also, 30/05/2010 with Laura, Eilidhstever28/05/2009
Sunny most of the way up from Coniston, but summit hidden in cloud......very eerie! A good few geocaches found today.Blagdon3728/05/2009
Had lunch on the summit.mccallister5524/05/2009
Parked on the Walna Scar Road above Coniston, managed to drag the wife out for a 55th birthday treat, very wet, she's never going fell walking again!, summit a platform of stone with a substantial cairn on top, trig close byTony Hartry III28/04/2009
walked from dow crag summit in poor conditions. the summit was still really busy. still some signs of snow on the eastern sides.grad100021/03/2009
CJM09/01/2009
Interesting route from Dow Crag looking down the crags, but summit feature, feels good!robdarfi20/12/2008
Tony, Steve, Brian and Alan, a round from Seathwaite,windy, from Dow Crag onto Brim Fell.Lou20/11/2008
Social Weekend 2008DarrenJane18/10/2008
Start: car park on the Walna Scar rd , Coniston. Direct path from car park and return via Goats water. Accompanied by Pasquale and Alan.Baggerdaz18/10/2008
With Ian. Goats Water and Coppermines circuit, from Coniston.mavero1012/10/2008
FB nums have been crayoned yellow. Trig near summit cairn which is on a stone platform. Fine summit with steep crags to NE and a great view. Yesterday 56mm of rain, today blue skies and Springlike. This was the LDWA Hillwalkers Register weekend and my last-but-7th English trig - a good excuse for a bottle of Glen Moray :-) My remaining 7 have Issues... 4 of us connoisseurs carried on around the ridge to White Maiden and White Pike then descended via Birkett and Synge country to Torver.RHW05/10/2008
7 ATC Cadets. Linear route from Tilberthwaite to Broughton Moor nr Stevenson Ground taking in Wetherlam, Swirl How, Old Man of Coniston, Dow Crag, Buck Crag onto the Walna Scar rd. Mixture of sunshine and drizzle with cloud base lowered significantly in the drizzle.Butty10/09/2008
Very Windy!bengrant6606/09/2008
climbed as part of the full coniston roundrobert01/09/2008
Approximate dateJMDobb25/08/2008
DAY 25. WAINWRIGHT 101. NUTTALL 56. A CIRCUIT OF THE CONISTON FELLS WITH 7 WAINWRIGHTS / NUTTALLS. GOT LOST ON THE WAY UP WETHERLAM AND THE DAY WAS MISTY BUT DRY.BURGESS07/08/2008
Part of circular route taking in Brim Fell and Swirl How ascending by the tourist route and descending from Swirl Hause. Late start of 1.30pm due to weather. Low cloud cleared just in time for us reaching the top. Randomly bumped into a colleague nearLorrieT19/07/2008
Circuit from ConistonDoddsa16/07/2008
My third Wainwright of the day, and of my life. It was easy from Brim Fell.Connor12/07/2008
cloud base at 600m, saw very little.grahameb05/07/2008
Came up to bag a geocache/waymark.nolan28/06/2008
With Jo, circular walk from Coniston: Swirl Hawse, Swirl How, Great How, Brim Fell, The Old Man Of Coniston, descending via Low Water. Weather; high cloud, cool breeze, good visibility.amblerbob24/06/2008
SRFrank21/06/2008
Rough estimate of date. Munch's stag do.WaggaWagg01/06/2008
Foggy daymadaddo28/05/2008
Family walk with Hannah....her first mountain! Windy as anything!feastham24/05/2008
With J.jeffpl16/05/2008
Guessing at date! Went with simon, will and lucyalexmounsey03/05/2008
it was a good walk and i was tiredmisles20/04/2008
found this one a litte more of a challenge but also found my owner not to be as fit as she thinks!mahoganymoon19/04/2008
NW Office walk.Man of Kernow118/04/2008
With family from Coniston by the tourist path in snow. Took in The Bell on the descentMark Jackson25/03/2008
Start ~ 288970, Car park. Climbed the old mine track to Low Water and on to the summit of Coniston Old Man. Then did a round over Brim Fell, Dow Crag, walna Scar and white Maiden. Returned on the walna scar road. Great frosty, clear day. With Wombourne & Ron.steve hudson19/02/2008
Excellent climb in warm sunny February weatherM0ZZO16/02/2008
With Sail, Evan & Eire.Dangerous Dave12/02/2008
estsuznut01/01/2008
Mum+Dad Blisco21/12/2007
Heading off to Swirl How with Jackie and Pippin see photosmfel5716/12/2007
Day Trip to the Lakes Treadycwrci11/12/2007
Jillfellend20/10/2007
A Fantastic walk but relatively steep. It was a crystal clear day so the views were amazing.standingontop06/10/2007
Via old minors track to summit.Dansak19/09/2007
Started from top car park, Low cloud, drizzle. Followed Classic route, Wet on top and very windy. I got very cold. On descent we went into one of the mine shafts, I was scared. I came down very slow. I walked with Dad, TazAlex Twigg02/09/2007
With Rowan ,Wendy ,Kev and ScottGrey Hare22/08/2007
Camped with Dave, Sam and Keeba at Low Waterrobba_wag11/08/2007
25 mins from PaveyHengis Pod12/07/2007
Ascent from the Black Bull. Walked with GOLDIE and Big M. Wet, misty and poor views on top. Still a great walk when passing the tarns and old copper mine. Scare on the way down when the stupid dog got her hind paw stuck in the rocks. No harm done. Back to Black Bull for Coniston Bluebird - a favourite beer, brewery next to the pub, and Old Man Ale. Good food. Waitress dropped food on the floor which GOLDIE cleared up. Slight disappointment that I had an annex room as the pub rooms are good.michaelphillips04/07/2007
via the walna scar road and dow crag, very windy and cut short on the rest of the days walkingasbown25/06/2007
Via Goat Crag.Wheelsy10/06/2007
With Kath & Sore Paws! Accessed Via Dow Cragshirley pbgv04/06/2007
3dads01/05/2007
Went with my young daughter Beth, aged 8. Nice weatherwee mac13/04/2007
With Barnie. Not my first time up here (nor Barnie's) but previous date not recorded.Dangerous Dave31/03/2007
On fell run. Steady climb from shoulder between the Old Man and Dow Crag. Cairn and shelter on prominent summit. Blue skies.knavesandblades25/03/2007
With HBremnerB23/03/2007
Coniston Horseshoegedbradley22/03/2007
Extremely cold and windy day, nearly got blown off top by snow/hail. Went up old miners path, great remains of the buildings and workings enroute. Wish the aerial ropeway was still going! Down via Goats Water and Walna Scar Road to car park at SD289970Nick19/03/2007
CUHWC (Becky's housewarming weekend) Blisco10/03/2007
Several previous ascents. First ascent date unknown.ngthack06/01/2007
3-4" of snow on topSJ19/11/2006
Clear day until lunch then low cloud to 2000 with light rain at first then heavy, typical Lakeland weather change. With Mary over part of the Coniston round.Glenelg25/10/2006
From Coniston Village via Walna Scar Road, Goats Tarn. Return via Low Tarm and quarries. 5.5 hours with plenty of stops. Generally mild but cold and misty on summit. With GJ and PC.andywilson15/10/2006
Good walk via Swirl How, Patchy views with clouds blowing in and out.rhalstead04/09/2006
Dougle's first climb.nblore31/08/2006
top againgigglejon27/08/2006
walked from the centre of Coniston, and from the summit across to Swirl How and then down to Levers water. Very sunny to start the day and very hot, but got wet towards end so didn't carry onto Wetherlam.emily29/07/2006
as part of circular walk from coniston and on to swirl howwayne29/07/2006
Birketts CLF walk S/CON4, Coniston village > Low Water > THE OLD MAN OF CONISTON summit a platform of stone with a substantial cairn on top, trig pillar (S5473) close by at SD 27235 97827 802.233m > Brim Fell > Great How > Swirl How > Prison Band > BlackTony Hartry II06/07/2006
11/06/2006 08/06/2007 D 15/03/2009 D 24/9/09 04/09/10; 5 ascentsCrib Goch11/06/2006
Done as part of the conniston round, busy summit top at weekend.hiker910/06/2006
On a great walk from Coppermines YHA via Wetherlam and Swirl Howe. Also had a mosey up Dow Crag. Great day's walking.DanHolme29/03/2006
My Stag Do. The 2nd Mountain I've ever climbed. Very snowy and icy under foot. Almost slid off to my death. Sam saved me. That's what the best man is for.rjlowndes06/03/2006
SOTALeeroe25/02/2006
Not sure of the date of this one. But did it on a geography field trip. Was really windy on top but generally a mild day with a few clouds. watch some climber assend the face in the Corrie.Matty01/01/2006
Brokenspectre near top :-)dj12lee01/01/2006
1st port of call after camping at goats watersteven ruffles11/09/2005
Linear walk from Broughton Moor up to Little Langdale via the Old Man of Coniston. Group of 7 teenagers + 1 ML (Russ) shadowing me leading. Followed forest track to right of River Lickle onto Caw Moss to Walna Scar Road. Brown Pike (682); Buck Pike (744) stopping for lunch on Dow Crag. Up to The Old Man (803) via Goats Hawse. North to Swirl How (802) and onto Great Carrs, visited Halifax memorial and viewed the wreckage below. Dropping down to Little Langdale via Wet Side Edge to Fell Foot. Little or no breeze, very hot with little cloud cover.Butty11/09/2005
Up the miners path from Coniston, down past Goats Water to Walna Scar road. Glorious sunny day, excellent view for miles in all directions. Climbed as an aside on the Cumbria Way.Hippo01/09/2005
Sun Inn (Coniston)- Coppermine Valley/Boulder Valley/Levers Water/Levers Hause/Brim Fell/Coniston Old Man/Low Water/Sun Inn (Coniston)Kevin1907/08/2005
After traversing the Dow Crag ridge to Goats hause then right to the summit. Sunny and windy. Strenuousness - 3/5, Navigation - 2/5.DSRTVICKY02/08/2005
Hannon walk from Coniston to Swirl How.Added Grey Friar as 50th Nuttall. Mainly cloudy.With Bridgetcatman31/07/2005
With Catman.rosiebridge31/07/2005
From Coniston up the Coppermines Valley to Large Cairn and trig point.isabelle24/07/2005
TwoOneFour13/07/2005
With BHMC from Yorkshire Mountaineering Club Hut. Walna Scar road then scramble up southern side, and round to Dow Crag.alwaysinshorts25/06/2005
From Coniston, with Matthew & Fuki richardsun02/05/2005
This time with Karren Baddeley Many previous ascents...Shutterlag26/02/2005
CUHWC Blisco31/10/2004
approx datesue20/08/2004
http://tomread.co.ukm1eyp19/08/2004
All of us with philip and sandra and dogscloin01/05/2004
Many times probably uni but definately on own in 2004 about 6 times that year.ed_longshanks04/04/2004
First moutain ever climbed, with the late Mr Fishwick and friends.janey.m24/01/2004
With: hb sb ab ag bl; With Ann & Bob. Parked in Coniston. Walked up lane to Walna Scar Rd then Torver Br up to Brown Pike. Over Dow Crag to Goat's Hause then Coniston Old Man. Down by Goat's Water where we watch helicopter on crags. Back on Walna Scar RdIan Baines31/10/2003
With: ib sb ab ag bl; Helen Baines31/10/2003
Self and SallyInvicta1419/10/2003
With Jo, circular walk from Coniston: Boo Tarn, then N past the quarry to The Old Man of Coniston, Brim Fell and Swirl How. Return via Swirl Hawse and Levers Water. Weather: sunny, intermittent cloud, cool breeze, good visibility.amblerbob28/06/2003
Coniston-Goat's Water-Dow Crag-Old Man-Brim Fell-Swirl How-Wetherlam-Coniston. A much better route up than the tourist path, and a great round.Mark Jackson28/05/2003
From the 'Sun Inn',up the Walna Scar Road, past 'Goats Water' then to the 'Old Man' the first top of the day, bright, sunny and clearKered07/04/2003
Climbed first on a Jago weekend (based at Ambleside YH), with Jago, Ian J, Mark etc, in warm and clear conditionsstevem7601/03/2003
Killer MTB loop with Louis. So tired.MrHallorann01/11/2002
The weather cleared just as we reached the high point to give good views down to Coniston and the Watergaryhoney24/08/2002
Climbed while on summer holiday in ConistonBlue Scrambler15/08/2002
K, P, H, Lsenrab01/08/2002
Date estimatedJames Hickman06/06/2002
With Swirl How afterwards.Man of Kernow109/12/2001
Direct ascent from Coniston.dianepick21/10/2001
usually crowded.johnjennison28/08/2001
Coniston, Walna Scar Road, Ridge to SW, ? Hause, OMC, Back down straight.dunx200524/06/2001
Walna Scar CP > Walna Scar Road > Brown Pike > Buck Pike > Dow Crag > Goat's Hawse > Brim Fell > THE OLD MAN OF CONISTON summit a platform of stone with a substantial cairn on top, trig pillar (S5473) close by at SD 27235 97827 802.233m > Walna Scar CPTony Hartry18/01/2001
with KathrynKateady01/01/2001
Climbed as a group from newsgroup UK.REC.WALKING from Cockley Beck.Jhimmy03/09/2000
Cairn and trig pillarwebmaster20/08/2000
With Mum, Dad and Jack. Lunch at Goat's Water. Saw rock climbers on Dow Crag. Explored slate quarries and saw entrances to copper mines. Could see Isle of Man and Scotland. Pub tea.James McKnight28/05/2000
Defmikewatkins5501/01/2000
Lin Sillgoatley00/00/2000
Continued along the ridge from Brim Fell. yorkie19/11/1999
4 of 10: From Dow Crag.ChrisR03/09/1999
with KWJohnIvor10/07/1999
Date is first visit. Notes from later...fine summit pyramid, great view. Old County Tops race RHW22/05/1999
walk with John Steele set off from Coniston village, heavy snow nearly turned back -Brown pike - Dow cragg - Old man -Swirl How - Wetherlam a great day!John Foster16/04/1999
Second ascentthenomad27/03/1999
06/12/1998 - RT - Sunny/snow underfoot/very coldSidath1606/12/1998
First ascentthenomad02/12/1998
From Torver.Marshsand19/09/1998
Climbed this from Coniston with my husband ,Peter on a lovely May day.Climbed this again on my own on 31.7.07 and 1.10.11.flockwatcher25/05/1998
Assistant leader, 10 scoutsMizmazmoz01/05/1998
Walk: 5.5 With: Nigel Cater,Harold GriefNotes: DMC dinner meet from Copper mines YHA dchill0131/01/1998
(i) With PK, horrendous weather leading to a rapid descent via Brim Fell and Low Water (prior to this had abandoned a previous attempt due to hail with Ian from ITSA) (ii)7/4/2010 - with Murphy at Dixon Ground (iii) 17/4/2011 - with Jue, Miles and Murphy,EdenWin01/01/1998
TC, EC. Fine Autumn day. Ascended via ridge from Dow Crag and went on to Brim Fell from here.TopCat195927/10/1997
Coniston Round with Ann Blisco13/09/1997
During a camping holiday on Coniston, date approx.Iaing15/08/1997
With: hb sb ab; AB's 3rd Birthday so we climbed the Old Man from Coniston via Coppermines valley & tourist path!! Had cake & photos on top then down over Brim Fell to Lever's Water to coppermines & back. Never say kids can't climb hills!Ian Baines02/08/1997
With: ib sb ab; Helen Baines02/08/1997
Me and HobieBunkslad17/07/1997
With group of students from Queen Anne School.mikejacobs12/07/1997
Kcrazy02/06/1997
Solo run. First of seven peaks this morning. Great views all day.mikejacobs19/04/1997
walk-conistonbabsjess15/04/1997
TC, EC and children David (12) and Tessa (8). Ascent via Low Water. Reversed the ascent to get back. In mist from 1000'.TopCat195907/04/1997
2ndAlaric22/03/1997
With Alan, Simon, Ed & Tom Saffell, Venture Scout winter expedition.Grinner15/02/1997
GMGMTIdris21/10/1996
Climbed in the morning after camping at Hawkshead.Man of Kernow108/09/1996
with Michael Pearcevegibagger20/08/1996
neil hutton07/07/1996
A mystical mountain for some american sect or other. Climbed in preference to the footballRhayader_wander15/06/1996
All of usTonyandsue06/05/1996
With Helen, Lucy and Tessbedrockgin101/01/1996
Approx datejohnsingo01/08/1995
Not sure when but did it from Walna Scar Road.robphys01/06/1995
From Dale Headollismark20/09/1994
Blisco10/09/1994
My 1st mountain climbed with my Dad at 14 years old,paul80.sharples21/08/1994
4 of 7: From Dow Crag.ChrisR05/06/1994
Also 13/05/1994MikeD11/05/1994
Uni trip.berksbantam12/02/1994
Climbed with Tomostooby doo01/02/1994
done as part of umist hikemike killick26/01/1994
with JW via C Ordinary climb. Meet kids Kev, Jen W, Jamie H, SH on top then walk Old Man and onto Weatherlam.Frank25/09/1993
Estimated date. On a weekend away from work with Colin, Derek Mac & others. After camping in the garden of a B&B in Torver(!), from Coniston on a fine day via Low Water. Then round to Dow Crag, back to Brim Fell & on to Swirl How & Weatherlam. Back to Coniston via the mines.NotReallyABagger25/05/1993
With Kev, JW, Jen W, from Torver to Dow Crag and on to Old Man and return to Coniston and along lake path to Torver.Frank03/09/1992
Estimated date. With my Dad.Richard Lawrenc05/08/1992
Alan & Al,CK, club SheilaS01/08/1992
On a weekend break. Date unsure.mart079706/06/1992
From Coniston lakeside, up Walna Scar path, along Dow Crag to Old Man. Weather beautiful.Argentum6623/05/1992
1 of 6: From Coniston campsite. With Ian L.ChrisR19/04/1992
W MT, inc swirl how, dow crag etc.nordicstar02/03/1992
Galltywenallt26/01/1992
5 of 5: From Brim Fell. With Ian L.ChrisR30/03/1991
Unsure of exact date. Started from Coniston.teknotrix01/01/1991
4 of 4: From Dow Crag. With Ian L.ChrisR15/07/1990
5 of 5: From Brim Fell. With Ian L.ChrisR15/04/1990
Peter, Lee & Ian. April 7th. A perfect day after 4° of frost. We arrive in Coniston before the crowds and the boys set off on mountain bikes. They have a hard struggle to Levers Water. The path then got snowy and slippery but with determination 3 bikes reached the top! The views are glorious with a dusting of snow. After lunch with great joy the cyclists proceeded before descending through snow - with fall offs to Goats Water. The cyclists took the valley route to the Walna Scar Road.PeteF07/04/1990
With DJB (possibly others), second ascent, date uncertain.douglas_easton15/03/1990
Climbed with Malc and 3 daughters Feb 1990 (date approx).judy55cat01/02/1990
With Rick and Jo, Coniston taken from Dale Head Cockley Beck where Leeds Uni crown having a weekend away. Top in cloud. Decent via Goats Hawes, found after a bit of nav probs, found as seen in break in cloud.Mark T27/01/1990
petey01/01/1990
Date unknown (pre 1996) RHW01/01/1990
9 of 12: From Little How Crags.ChrisR16/07/1989
Have made the ascent to the summit many times,the mountain being only half an hour from home,Coniston old Man is one of our favourite walks.earl grey10/06/1989
First fell walk, aged 8 with brother (6) and grandad. Continued over Dow Crag and Brown Pikes_mudd101/06/1989
Colin, Joan, Peter, Ian & Willie. Easter Monday. The weather was less promising but we drove to Coniston and parked above the station walking along the Goat Water path and then ascending through the mines. After lunch we went up into the cloud. We saw and heard a Ring Ouzle and then nothing much until well off the top! Peter took us into several levels on the descent. One of which was really quite extensive with a railed incline and ladder. We had a good venison casserole. Willie sick overnight.PeteF27/03/1989
From Coniston Villagebriandiggle10/01/1989
Cloudy, sunny periods, dry. Coniston, Furness Fells, Wetherlam, Swirl How, Great How, Little How, Brim Fell, Old Man, Dow Crag, Buck Pike, Brown Pike, Walna Scar Road, Coniston.joseph mitchell06/11/1988
From Coniston via Walna Scar Road up south Rake to Dow Crag, then Goats Hause up to Old Man, onto Swirl How and back via Copper Mines Valley.iannorman01/09/1988
Joan, Peter & Ian Aug 9th/10th A leisurely start from Coniston up to Levers Water - set up camp with Vango and Peapod. pm traversed through copper mines back to camp 7.30pm for a still misty night developing into low cloud by morning. Explored slate levels up Coniston Old Man ~ mild and misty. Early lunch on top 10.30am back down to Levers Water to break camp by 1pm. Drove down Coniston to Duddon Bridge and tried canoeing ~ not really enough water but soon RAINING - back to caravan. Also July 22nd-24th Colin, Peter, Matheus & Stephan Quero. Visited Lakeside Haverthwaite Railway Saw Red Arrows Climbed to Low Water on Coniston and explored deeper old slate mines.PeteF10/08/1988
date?nathanp01/06/1988
April 8th Friday. Dropped Colin at Windermere station and drove to Coniston. Cloud 2000' air misty & still. Ascended via copper mines valley to Coniston slate mines ascended seven levels and found 'new' deep series of tunnels and chambers. Steady rain by lunchtime so made rapid descent. Bought PEAPOD tent from Stuarts Sports. Continued raining for rest of day. WRONG 6pm CHANGED TO SNOW!PeteF08/04/1988
With Birmingham Uni Mountaineering course. Backpack day 4 of 4.mikejacobs15/12/1987
Done as part of Birmingham Uni Mountaineering Course Weekend.mikejacobs07/12/1987
snowBag200001/11/1987
From Dow Crag.Large Cairn on big slate plinth.W38mick06/08/1987
With Lynn, Gary and Jane. Backpack day 3 of 3.mikejacobs14/07/1987
Joan, Peter, Ian, Christopher Baldwin, Willie & dogs. Tuesday May 26th. A lovely day and the boys settle on the Coniston horseshoe which gives me time to relax & dose while they investigate the levels. Park at old station and walk up towards Coppermines then cut up to track up to Low Water beautifully blue and cool. Direst walk up nose avoiding the busy main track gave us a lovely private lunch spot at a new 'to us' cavern. Wandered over Brim Fell, Swirl How, etc and find the extra 30 mins onto Wetherlam for the delightful ridge descent to Coniston.PeteF26/05/1987
With: hb nr; From Walna Scar CP we walked up to Torver Br then by Goat's Water to Goat's Hause & the Old Man. Then along ridge via Brim Fell to Swirl How. Down and up to Wetherlam then down to Coppermines and across to the car park. Busy up here today!Ian Baines19/04/1987
With: ib nr; Helen Baines19/04/1987
Coniston, Goat Water, Dow Crag, Brown Pike, Coniston Old Man, Swirl How, Grey Friar, Little Carrs, Great Carrs, Wetherlam, Coniston. Phew, time for a beer. Probably take two days now (2014)Walker Dan17/04/1987
Via Low Beckzoob11/10/1986
with Tim Fordrattymeister01/08/1986
Up and Back from Coniston DSBordeaux20/07/1986
2.21/01/1997jimmy6629/04/1986
DANGER! Foolishly set off up the icy south slopes having forgoten my ice axe. ( 3 months ago the snow was soft_ not today - linked crunchy snow patches and rocks together - but soon got too high for common sense where a slip on iron hard snow and verglas rocks could have been very nasty. Wanted off. Only 100 feet or so below summit -what was I thinking? Not easy to reverse - awkwardly got down -very relived - hopefully a useful lesson learned. Never again without an ice axe.Chris Pearson07/02/1986
First snow on the Old Man. Shift change over day -finised at 10pm last night not on until 6pm tonight Drove out to Walna Scar road in morning- left at 12.05 -with ice axe (no crampons) climbed a grassy snow (unconsolidated) gully up steep graasy face to right of tourist path - a fun way up right to summit cairn. water ice on path and icicles. back via Goats Hause/ Water. 3 hr round trip.Chris Pearson11/11/1985
Party:-Colin Joan Peter Ian Christopher Baldwin & Nigel Wakefield. Saturday Nov 2nd. A glorious clear morning. Hasty packing and we are off. Thanks for a lovely few days Lake District. A very chilly ascent via Low Water up on to Coniston Old Man. On top surprisingly warm so we were able to linger and enjoy the glorious scenery. We descended down the South route and then straight home down Coniston.PeteF02/11/1985
route,coniston village,goats hause,coniston old man,dow crag,buck pike,brown pike,walnascar road.weather drizzle at first then humid clearing into a lovley sunny day.notes,lots of flies near levers water,mistook levers water for low waterterry08/09/1985
With John H in sunshine via a scramble onto the Pudding Stone(via its easy side) and a challenging fun wet scramble up the waterfalls of Low Water Beck (Grade 3 in the scrambles book) and more broken scrambling up Brim Fell then onto Coniston Old Man. Back to Barrow where I had just moved to the day before.Chris Pearson25/06/1985
Estimated date - led a group from work up it and back. I have photographs of friends from Supergroup at Goats water but I don't recall taking them to the top.Aimless Rambler01/06/1985
With RMC and with DJI several timesJHerbert06/05/1985
Plus one subsequent visit.beorwulf15/02/1985
Ascent from Coniston (James only)jking25/07/1984
With Dad and Martin Part of Goats Water roundmavero1031/05/1984
Roger 12, Robert, Peter, Ian and Mummy. May 28th Stratus clouds sit on the hills but the cloud is broken so we have a day on Consiton Old Man exploring the mines and enjoying the improving weather - a cold wind but visibility gradually improving - return via Brim Fell & Swirl How. Still enough energy to climb the fell after tea. Also October 1983. Peter Ian Joan Gloria Ruth Julie. Our first day is glorious so we head for Coniston. Lunch on top of Coniston Old Man and then the horseshoe round to Wetherlam. Clear skies and marvelous views. Back to the car at dusk. Also October 1982. Ian carried Humpty to the top. Also June 1982. Up to Red (Low?) Tarn on Coniston Old Man with Jimmy & Vere. Fantastic echoes and exploring old mines.PeteF28/05/1984
Inspired by 'Classic Walks' a solo round of all 10 Bridge 2000ft summits of the main Coniston group from White Maiden to Wetherlam- 14 mile 4000ft ascent. Wore my new KSB mountain boots.Thin covering of snow on frozen ground, using my walker's ice axe as a precaution on hard sloping patches of snow. Cloud on & off with some magical moments when the sun broke through.Chris Pearson18/03/1984
With: hr sab mp muhc; Walked up Walna Sca Rd from Coniston via Goat's Water & Hause to the Old Man. Then via Brim Fell & Great How to Swirl How. Descent to Prison Band then down to Lever's Water & Coppermines before walk to Coniston. Very significant Day!Ian Baines18/03/1984
With: ib sab mp muhc; Helen Baines18/03/1984
TC, EC & 14 year old Pete. From Coniston, up via Low Water and down via Goat's Water. Elaine found out she was pregnant shortly after this walk.TopCat195904/01/1984
1/07/1997 - 4th ascent.russell6119/10/1983
estimated datenix_snilloc01/06/1983
Whilst on a school trip aged 8tonibunny01/05/1983
KeithByTheC27/12/1982
With DJB. Date uncertain.douglas_easton17/08/1982
Exact date unknown. Climbed during a family holiday to the lake district, and was followed by some Hawaii 5-0 style paddling on Coniston Water.edmundjohnson15/08/1982
With: rjal; Climbed as a day trip from Manchester with Rose. Up Walna Sca Rd to Goat's Water & Hause. On to Old Man the N to Brim Fell and Swirl How and down via Lever's Water to Coppermines valley & back to Coniston. Busy!Ian Baines24/07/1982
Main path from Walna Scar Road/track.Eddie19/07/1982
With Dadmavero1031/05/1981
First ascent was with a group in April 1974. This was in clear, snowy conditions from Coniston and the Walna Scar Track. Several further ascents with the latest on 11/02/2019 in clear but icy conditions. Surprised by how many were unsuitably equipped for the conditions and without maps.JohnW28/12/1980
Last big walk with mumcedcld21/08/1980
dad date guessedBungee04/08/1980
Climbed with school back in 1980cpjmathieson01/06/1980
Several ascents.Fell Race ,walks and training runspetesimpson09/05/1980
Dates TBC - multipleajsburns01/01/1980
with all of family! (date est.)batrigg01/08/1979
and also 11/04/1980; 17/08/1980; 27/05/1985 (bike); 18/04/2006 (SOTA activation + bike) plus twice as a youthIan G7KXV07/05/1979
Approx date. Done several times but first with Davidi Dudgeon and later with Tim Ford.rattymeister01/08/1978
Coniston - Low Water - Coniston Old Man - Reverse. (2ex-Bewsey)gerrybowes19/03/1978
A 'friendly' summit - you're so close to civilizationsignyred26/12/1977
Approx dateKM02/08/1977
First NuttallFred Windsor09/07/1977
Estimated datekdbennett01/09/1976
Second ascentdesperate dan20/08/1976
Sue, MarkJanet16/06/1976
On track to Boo Tarn and up steep snow covered boulder strewn slope. 13.20. Well loved peak. to Dow Crag.arranc30/03/1975
With: mjs muhc; From CS in Coppermines round to Dow Crag climbing by Easy Gully. From summit round to Goat's Hause on to Old Man then down to Coppermines via tourist route.Ian Baines09/03/1975
With: muhc; From CS in Coppermines up to Old Man via tourist rt. Across Brim fell to Swirl How then across to Wetherlam then back down to Coppermines valley.Ian Baines08/03/1975
with my Mum many years ago, with Jack more recently and many other timesJohnB01/01/1975
With: ibr; Day1: Ian & I were dropped off in Coniston & walked up Walna Scar Rd to Boo Tarn then up Miner's Track on to Old Man. Over Brim Fell & Swirl How then down over Great Carrs to Wrynose Pass. Camped at Red Tarn.Ian Baines05/08/1974
Must have been up here about 10 times. Today, the first, in winter conditions from Dale Head in Dunnerdale with the Botany Dept. A good round of summits in the snow- Grey Friar, Swirl How, Brim Fell, this, then we bagged Dow Crag before descending via Seathwaite Tarn. Grey sky but still a view as far as Heysham and Blackpool.pwheeler02/12/1973
With: crgs; From CP at end of Walna Scar Rd up to Brown Pike then over Dow Crag to Goats Hause on to Old Man. Over Brim Fell then down to Levers Water & down.Ian Baines24/11/1973
approx. Date. Summit reached on Coniston fells walk during early trip to the area.abrannon06/07/1973
climbed whilst at school/in scoutsmountainlover01/05/1973
With: crgs; From CP at end of Walna Scar Rd up through old quarries on SE face of Old Man to Summit. Along over Brim Fell then down to Levers Water to Coppermines valley & back to Minibus.Ian Baines02/12/1972
With: crgs; From Walna Scar Rd CP up Walna Scar Rd to Walna Scar. Then over Brown Pike & Buck Pike to Dow Crag in very strong winds. Over Goats Hause to Old Man then over Brim Fell then down by Little How crags to Levers Water down to Coppermines & back.Ian Baines22/01/1972
My diary just has 'Coniston'. It would be inconceivable not to have done Coniston Old Man. I've no idea what else, if anything I did.Alan Moore14/11/1971
That tourPeterPozman07/08/1971
BillyPete Pozman01/07/1971
Date very approx. With Bishop Vesey's Mountaineering Club. 5 or more ascents since. dbb01/04/1971
Returning to Coniston after snow and ice climbing on Dow, Intermediate Gully. One of several ascents over the years.Aye Jimmy02/01/1971
Reascent (one of many) with fs, es, is, tr, kr, it, fr.amswanston01/01/1970
historicalTamCollie01/01/1970
First ever Marilyn, aged 7. Brothers birthday, hence memory of exact date.MattM30/07/1969
First hilldeurgar02/08/1968
Youth Hosteling with friendsSixtyplus23/07/1968
With: crgs; Climbed from Walna Scar Road up through the quarris on the SE slopes directly to the summit. Then over Brim Fell and down by Little How Crags to Levers Water then down to Coppermines Valley and back.Ian Baines21/05/1968
One of the earliest- on YHA trips with Scouts. Shorts- hail- cold! Also been up with Nic, and Helen on separate occasions.meugher01/04/1968
After climbing Dow Crag with Dave greenmaltose01/08/1963
Staying at Monk Coniston (HF Guest House). From Coniston with HF party. After ascending Wetherlam and Swirl How we went along the top to Brim Fell and Coniston Old Man. We descended the South Ridge (easy grass slopes) to Walna Scar track, and back to Coniston.pwbellarby31/12/1961
Leeds University Outdoor Activities Course at Dale Head, Duddon. Leading and teaching sixth-formers with Chris McAllistair. We gave our group some map references. From the summit of Swirl How down Swirl Band and on to Coniston Old Man in mist, high wind and rain. From Old Man straight down to shores of Goat's Water steep, large scree. Rough path to Walna Scar track and hence to Seathwaite P. O. By footpath to footbridge over Duddon, and then by W side of Duddon through Wallowbarrow Gorge on very rough path. Cross Duddon by stepping stones and hence to Dale Head.pwbellarby28/03/1961
From Leeds University Outdoor Activities Centre, Dale Head, Duddon. Part of Outdoor Activities Course of Leeds University Graduate Certificate of Education. With some other participants to Grey Friar, Brim Fell, Coniston Old Man, Dow Crag, Buck Pike and Brown Pike to top of Walna Scar Pass Road. Back down to Dale Head.pwbellarby20/09/1960
with Dad. date estimateddavidsbatty21/07/1959
My first ever mountainbolton11/07/1956
Date default for unknown. Many ascentsConrad06/12/1950
Climbed with Glyn and Cuz Did I climb this with Alan Edwards too? Dates to checkDave Jones01/01/1950
From Coppermines YH. 1971.summitsupblank
I like this hill .Oh beautiful hill , amongst great daffodils and quite a few pansies as well . If you do it and get in a lot of a sweat then your jeans might start to smellGayFinderblank
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Climbed on two occasionsFlyingrabbitblank
Ascent from Consiston and back.Magellan76blank
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The highest maybe of the Coniston hills. Ascended from the Pudding stone and a great little scramble up a waterfallChinnockCblank
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With Ezra and FreyaEzrablank
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