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Name:Black Crags (Mickleden)
Hill number:3565
Height:588m / 1929ft
Parent (Ma):2359  Scafell Pike
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Southern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Derwent (Workington), Catchment Boundaries, Leven (Ulverston)
Watershed:St Bees Head to Ravenscar, Morecambe Bay
Class:Dodd (500-599m), Dewey, Birkett, Synge
(Tu,5,Dew,B,Sy)
Grid ref:NY 25545 08061
Summit feature:small cairn
Drop:30m
Col:558m  NY254080  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89 90
(1:25k) OL6N
Observations:rock is 10cm higher than rock slab 15m N and about same height as ground 50m N at NY 25557 08105
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 296 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From Langdale on a round of hills, this the first. On to Buck Pike.jonglew15/08/2019
FIRST DAY OF DRY SPELL. WENT UP FROM LANGDALE TOWARDS ANGLE TARN THEN OVER ROSSETT PIKE TO BAG BLACK CRAGS AND BUCK PIKE. DOWN TO STAKE PASS AND UP ONTO LANGDALE PIKES TO BAG THORN CRAG. THE SUMMIT IS AS DESCRIBED BY BIRKETT, AN OUTLIER OF LOFT CRAG, BUT OS AND PARK RANGER CONFIRM THORN CRAG IS EAST OF DUNGHEON GHYLL SO SUMMIT IS MISNAMED. DOWN DIRECT PATH TO OLD D. G. HOTEL.BURGESS12/07/2019
ODG hotel > Mickleden > Stake Gill > Black Crags > Buck Pike > Rossett Pike > Angle Tarn > Esk Hause > Esk Pike > Ore Gap > Bowfell North Top > Bowfell > Three Tarns > Crinkle Crags > Crinkle Crags South Top > Oxendale > ODG Hotel. Just me and H. Cloudy morning with a cooling breeze but turned into unbroken sunshine and next to no wind.johnkaysleftleg06/07/2019
Walked from The Old Dungeon Gill, up Mickleden and Rossett Gill, over Rossett Pike, Buck Pike and Black Crags and down Stake Pass.flockwatcher20/06/2019
Climbed up Mickleden Beck to Angle Tarn, then the summit of Allen Crags (784m), Great End (910m), Scarfell Pike (978m) for the 'On Top of....' event and then back down via Rossett Pike (651m) and Stake Pass. We finished the day with a walk climb back up to Side Pike (330m). With ASW.meltdiceburg28/04/2019
From Millbeck Farm where I stayed, along the road past ODG, up the Band to Bowfell, Bowfell N. Top, across to Pike de Bield and Yeastyrigg Crags before Esk Pike. Then NW, NE and SE to Tongue Head and continued to Rossett Pike, Buck Pike and Black Crags. Went across to Martcrag Moor before returning via the Cumbrian Way. 15 miles in over 7 hours.clivevilla23/04/2019
With Damian & Alfie on a hot Easter Sunday.Dangerous Dave21/04/2019
From Rosthwaite up Langstrath to Stake Pass (on best graded path I've seen in lakes - stalker standard). Then up ridge, returning same way due to deteriorating weather.SS17/02/2019
Gareths Birthday Bivvy weekend. Wettest weve ever been! Epic day out, especially nearly getting benighted by Stake Gill being in spate and cutting off the Cumbria Way route back to Langdale!MrHallorann26/01/2019
Whitegill Crag, Tarn Crag, Pavey Ark, Harrison Stickle, Thorn Crag, Loft Crag, Pike of Stickle, Martcrag Moor, Black Crags, Buck Pike, Rossett Pikekeithouk28/10/2018
Bagged as part of a BGR recce on a beautiful June day.jocks106/06/2018
From Martcrag Moor. On to Buck Pike.Wycombe Wanderer17/07/2017
Dungeon Ghyll - Mickleden - Rossett Gill - Rossett Pike - Buck Pike - BLACK CRAGS - Stake Pass - rtn.citygent13/07/2017
On English 3000s walk (Keswick-Skiddaw-Hellvellyn-Scafell Pike-Seatoller). Visibility very poor. Couldn't face Rossett Pike as well so gave up bagging tops and went down to Angle Tarn.aucuparia13/06/2017
NT car park at Old Dungeon Ghyll Up Cumbria Way to stream crossing at 260081 Path, faint in places, up to col SW of summit A short climb to summit cairn. Continued to Buck Pike & then back over Stake Gill & on to Martcrag Moor & Thorn Crag. (PM)gerrybowes17/05/2017
From the car park at the Old Dungeon Ghyll. Took the path from 260081 to this double top. Headed for Buck Pike next. With GB.bolton17/05/2017
Scafell Pike, Rossett Pike loopscreeleep13/05/2017
Short cut line from ascending Stake Pass up from Langdale.Eddie29/01/2017
Crossed on Bow Fell to Pike of Stickle walk. Superb day with the high fell tops above the cloud and in bright sunshine but Black Crags in cloud.RichardM28/12/2016
From North in misttrimarc215/10/2016
Hostel to hostel walking - Tarn How, grasmere to YHA Borrowdale. With GFEFionalevey21/09/2016
From Seatoller up Langstrathdale with Eire, advanced, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave28/08/2016
Seatoller circuit day 1Ajm031018/08/2016
First top of the day.simocity06/08/2016
From Stickle Barn (NY 29403 06339) - Stake Pass - Martcrag Moor - Black Crags - Buck Pike - Rossett Pike - Tongue Head - Ore Gap - Bowfell North Top - Bowfell - White Stones The Band.david23020129/05/2016
brown howe, cold pike, cold pike west top, cold pike far west top, great knott, little stand, stonesty pike, first crinkle,second crinkle, third crinkle, fourth crinkle, fifth crinkle,shelter crags, shelter crags north top, bowfell, bowfell north top, esk pike, tongue head, rossett pike, buck pike, black crags,C/W from wall end.robertphillips22/04/2016
cj bw lishachrisj196528/03/2016
Rossett Pike direct ascent along Mickleden and then Stake Gill to take in Black Crags and Buck Pike en route. Descended Rossett Gill.knarf06/01/2016
With G. Old Hotel > The Band > Bowfell tops > Esk Pike > Esk Hause > The Tongue > Rossett Pike > Buck Pike > Black Crags > Hotel via Cumbria Way.RT197002/11/2015
Solo Langstrath high level horseshoeAimless Rambler01/10/2015
With Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie from Martcrag Moor.Dangerous Dave06/09/2015
First of a sunny morning that was forecast to have some showers but none so far despite a little cloud on Bow Fell at the moment.vegibagger07/08/2015
From Old DG via Stake Pass, first on a circuit Black Crag, Buck Pike, Rossett Pike, Ore Gap, Pike de Bield, Yeastyrigg then back via Bowfell and the Band. Perfect weather, large numbers on hills.Aye Jimmy09/07/2015
solo walk from NDG car park clouds slowly clearing after a murky start up to the langdalescolinfielding09/05/2015
Birkett 3Dave Geere26/04/2015
With Sue,Alan and Sheila on a backpack from ODG to High House Tarn, on a perfect blue sky day (3)Phreerunner18/04/2015
Old Dungeon Ghyll Hotel - Mickleden - ROSSETT PIKE (#196) - Stake Pass - Martcrag Moor - PIKE OF STICKLE - LOFT CRAG (#197) - Mark Gate - Old DG Hotel. Cloudy, occasional sun (Sat)mnph14/03/2015
White Stones, Bowfell, Bowfell North top, Esk Pike, Tongue Head, Rosett Pike, Buck Pike, Black Crags. From Great LangdaleAlunRees3122/01/2015
White Stones, Bowfell, Bowfell North top, Esk Pike, Tongue Head, Rosett Pike, Buck Pike, Black Crags. From Great LangdaleAlunrees3322/01/2015
Langdale Horseshoe with Ben Grovebyron230221/09/2014
From New Dungeon Ghyll up to Stickle Tarn, up side to Harrison Stickle,Thorn & Loft Crag, Pike of Stickle,Martcrag Moor to Stake pass, Black Crag, Buck Pike, finally Rossett Pike, v warm with sunny spells, light rain on descent of Rossett Gill & Mickleden.A good day out.apricorum12/07/2014
up from stake passbardolph30/04/2014
From Stickle Barn CP via Stake PassAnduril14/09/2013
Done solo as part of Langdale HorseshoeAimless Rambler16/07/2013
10 PeaksDinoF29/06/2013
From the Rossett, a round of Sergeant Man, High Raise, Low White Stones, Thunacar Knott, Thorn Crag, Black Crags, Buck Pike and Rossett Pike.rhalstead04/06/2013
Thorn Crag, Loft Crag, Pike of Stickle, Black Crags, Buck Pike, Rossett Pike, White Stones The Band.ronaldo33303/05/2013
Birketts 2nd roundDave Geere15/07/2012
From Stake Pass and the Old Dungeon Ghyll. Exposed top with very strong winds. Path to Buck Pass indistinct.michaelphillips07/05/2012
An easy walk along the ridge from Rossett Pike.JohnStoneham11/03/2012