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Hill number:2653
Height:494m / 1621ft
Parent (Ma):2647  Whitfell
RHB Section:34D: Southern Cumbria
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Southern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Duddon, Catchment Boundaries, Esk (Ravenglass)
Class:Tump (400-499m), Wainwright Outlying Fell, Birkett, Synge, Fellranger
Grid ref:SD 15693 95244
Summit feature:cairn
Col:437m  SD159947  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 96
(1:25k) OL6N
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 245 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
In mist from Stainton Pike with A,C,M&V.PeterD24/12/2019
Parked at Bigert Mire, nice elderly lady allowed me to park at the farm. Pleasant round of 9 hills in exceptionaly cold and clear weather - not a cloud in the sky all day and minimal wind: Bigert -> Stainton Pike -> The Knott -> White Pike -> Rowantree How -> Woodend Height -> Yoadcastle -> Hesk Fell -> The Pike.jonglew29/11/2019
Together with Rough Crag; Water; Crag; White Pike; Woodend Height & Seat How (The Circuit of Devoke Water) with Deb Conlin. Beautiful sunny but cold breezy day.jonesj227/10/2019
with Clair and Ian and ???Ellie's Hills01/10/2019
Bootle to Coniston - Day 2Ajm031029/06/2019
From gate on Woodend Farm road. I was aiming for Rowantree How but went slightly awry.DC11main18/06/2019
Parked at Brackenthwaite on to Hole House and ascent of The Pike. Ascent of Hesk Fell and on to Yoadcastle, Woodend Height, White Pike. Descent to The Knott. Ascent back up Stainton Pike, Whitfell, Burn Moor, Kinmont Buck Barrow and finish with Buck Barrow. Descent to Sele Bottom and through plantation and return to car.raymooremanx25/02/2019
On the Devoke Water round. Drizzle most of the time but warmjohnjennison02/09/2018
Parked at head of hardknot pass followed birketts walk ROUGH CRAG - WATER CRAG -THE KNOTT - WHITE PIKE - WOODEND HEIGHT - YOADCASTLE - SEAT HOW. Except I climbed white pike shoulder then did the knot and then picked up the route up to woodend Height. Very hot day which drained me of energy. beautiful walk but very little in the way of paths. Not to be done in the wet if you ask me.Hill Wanderer19/07/2018
Last of seven of AW's outliers from a a gravel area on the minor road at the end of a bridleway that leads to Devoke water, route Seat how, Rough crag, Water crag, The Knot, White pike, Woodend height and Yoadcastle in just over six miles.WAYNE ROWLETT15/07/2018
From Devoke Water on a warm day with very poor visability circuit including White Pike , The Knott , Woodend Height and Rowantree HowGrey Hare02/06/2018
ROC MM 2017 Day 1Geoff Briggs23/09/2017
WOs 35-43; Bs 26-38. Cloudless skies so did a huge day with 9 WOs and 12 Bs. Parked at summit of Fell Road then quickly up and back Stoneside Hill. Excellent walk over Great Paddy Crag, Buckbarrow, out and back to Kinmont Buckbarrow and same to Plough Fell (dull). On over Burn Moor to Whitfell - best views of whole trip - and pitched camp under Stainton Pike. Joyce set up camp while I did Stainton Pike, then horrid boggy walk out to The Knott and much better back to White Pike, Woodend Heights and Yoadcastle. Walked back to Fell Road next morning in thick mist.BURGESS24/07/2017
Summit hike from Corney Fell road top up Buckbarrow to The Knott and down to Dyke Farm to pick up the drop off car. Via Kinmont Burnmoor, Whitfell Stainton Pike Yoadcastle White Pike. This 4 hour walk knocks off 8 WOF'snukeboy113/07/2017
From Devoke water road, a round of Seat How, Rough Crag, Water Crag, White Pike, Woodend Height, Yoadcastle, The Knott, Stainton Pike and Hesk Fell.rhalstead16/04/2017
A beautiful spring day mopping up Outliers with Sturdy Girl..Shutterlag02/04/2017
GB and myself... our final Outlier! In mist but good walking conditions.bolton08/12/2016
Parked on grass verge by junction at 171977 (Space for 3-4 cars) Bridleway along S. shore of Devoke Water Up rough fell to The Knott White Pike Woodend Height Yoadcastle. Final Outlying Fell! On descent, bagged Rowantree How. (PM)gerrybowes08/12/2016
Continuation of walk from Hesk Fell. Walked north-west for several hundred metres, then dropped down west to the col. Then made a rising traverse south-west to join the ridge north-east of Stainton Pike. Then followed path north along the ridge and up to the rugged summit. Walk continued to Woodend Height. With AT and JT.Man of Kernow103/12/2016
From Stainton Pike and now in the very core of the walk. As near a coastal fell walk as you can get in Cumbria and loving it. On to Woodend height.Wycombe Wanderer05/11/2016
Done with Richard T taking in the Devoke Water circuit of Rough Crag, Water Crag, White Pike + The Knott & Stainton Pike, Yoadcastle, Woodend Height and Seat How. Weather great with stunning views.falunty14/07/2016
Basically followed Wainwrights Devoke Circuit route - Parked on the Birker Fell road - Rough Crag, Water Crag, White Pike, Yoadcastle, Woodend Height, Rowantree How - SoloDave10/06/2016
Birkett 3Dave Geere01/01/2016
Devoke Water Birkett Blowout - PupLittledave09/12/2015
Lunchtime on Yoadcastle, stunning viewsbardolph25/09/2015
Walked from the Eskdale to Ulpha Road on my own. Perfect walking weather, bright with a gentle breeze.flockwatcher25/08/2015
From Birker Fell road via White PikeCorbett23/08/2015
With GKatyT29/06/2015
Circuit with Katy. Cloudy at first then very sunny.George Thompson29/06/2015
Walked it with Becky Willis from our camper van.chrisj196520/06/2015
Part of Devoke Circuit with Davidcitygent16/05/2015
Completed as part of the Wainright Circuit of Devoke WaterMillomite15/02/2015
A terrific rocky summit with good views all around, especially of the Lakes.Karmakarl04/02/2015
With Jenx from pt 233 on Ulpha rd. Bridleway to fence line and The Pike. and top. Onward to Hesk and Stainton fells then Yoad Castle, Woodend Height, White Pile and long out to The Knott. Rising contour back under White Pike to collect the Synge Rowantree How before dropping to Woodend farm road and walk back to car.nordicstar15/11/2014
CHAOS Club meet; Brian, Steve, neil and I; Devoke Water round, glorious day.Lou05/11/2014
With Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave28/09/2014
9th summit solo walk on a dry but windy daycolinfielding11/08/2014
Parked just off Birker Fell Road at SD 17085 97712 > Seat How (Birker Moor) > Rowantree How > White Pike (Birkby Fell) > Woodend Height > YOADCASTLE grassy summit with some exposed rock topped with a small cairn > Hesk Fell > The Pike > Bigert > Whitfell > Stainton Pike > The Knott (Stainton Fell) > Water Crag > Rough Crag (Birker Moor) > SD 17085 97712Tony Hartry III16/06/2014
Great Paddy Crag, Kinmount Buck Barrow, Buck Barrow, Burn Moor, Whitfell, Stainton Pike, Yoadcastle, Woodend Height and White Piketim74713/06/2014
Round of Whitfell, Stainton Pike, Yoadcastle, Woodend Height, White Pike (Birkby Fell) and The knott from The Brown Cow, Waberthwaite.Eddie03/05/2014
Nice top.iredale20/04/2014
With Alan and Sheila Rayner on a backpack from Silecroft (Day 2)Phreerunner19/04/2014
From Stainton Pike on way back to Devoke Water.Aye Jimmy28/02/2014
Birker Fell Road Devoke Water Seat How Rough Crag Birker Moor Water Crag The Knott White Pike Woodend Height Yoadcastle Hesk Fell Great Worm Crag White How Broad Crag on Birker Fell Black Crag Birker Fell RoadAndy Hirst16/12/2013
Climbed from the Birker moor road in a round of 17 birketts of which 14 were Outlying fellsrobert25/06/2013
En route from the Corney Fell road to Devoke track end (A £20 taxi fare, but well worth it!)moorsman20/04/2013
Part of circuit of Devoke Water.jeffurz02/09/2012
Climbed as part of a walk around Devoke Water.JohnStoneham13/05/2012
Lakes 3 dayer. Solo. Silecroft station>Black Combe>Stoneside Hill>Buckbarrow>Kinmont Buckbarrow>Burn Moor>Whitfell>Stainton Pike>Yoadcastle>Woodend Heights>White Pike>Overnight by Devoke Water)Green Crag>Harter Fell>Hard Knott>Overnight at Lingcaove>walk out along Eskdale to Ravenglass station.gary.jones405/05/2012