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Name:Green Crag
Hill number:3569
Height:528m / 1732ft
Parent (Ma):2367  Great Gable
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Western Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Derwent (Workington)
Class:Dodd (500-599m), Dewey, Synge
Grid ref:NY 20247 13061
Summit feature:cairn
Col:495m  NY202128  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89 90
(1:25k) OL4S
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 276 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Dodd, Red Pike, High Stile, Grey Crag, High Crag, Seat, Haystacks, Haystacks SE Top, Green Cragkeithouk19/07/2020
A bit of infilling with a round of Little Round How, Green Crag, Haystacks SE Top, Seavy Knott and Great Round How.clivevilla07/07/2020
From Wasdale over Black Sail & Scarf Gap, picked up the Haystacks tops and back via Moses & Beck Head.Mountain Goat31/05/2020
Found a group of 4 lost hikers who had been up to haystacks and ended up in circles. Tried convincing them to follow us back but they had already called out Mountain RescueSockpan02/11/2019
From Haystacks SE top. Took a detour via spot 582. Why isn't it in any lists? What's the rationale? Enjoyed the edge walk down to Green Crag. Back to Honister. Very satisfying walk in atmospheric conditions and dramatic scenery.Wycombe Wanderer27/10/2019
Group yomp up to Haystacks from ButtermereEggletina27/07/2019
An impressive perch! With Bryher.jenx20/05/2019
From Gatesgarth - Dodd, Red Pike, High Stile, Grey Crags, High Crag, Seat, Haystacks, then the 5 rock bumps circling Blackbeck Tarn. Hot Easter Sunday - ice-cream rewards at Gatesgarth Farm.summitter21/04/2019
With FR and SR from Honister mine. Little Round How - Green Crag - Haystacks - SE top - Seavy Knott - Great Round How. Cold but often clear day light wind.Bheinn10/01/2019
With Sue and NB from Honister mine. Little Round How - Green Crag - Haystacks - SE top - Seavy Knott - Great Round How. Cold but often clear day light wind.Frank08/01/2019
From Buttermere. Dodd, Red Pike, High Stile (both tops), High Crag, Seat, Haystacks & Green Crag. Dry and breezy with good views.alistairpooler14/07/2018
Bivvy in Dub’s Hut with G, Fish and Magical. Met Simon Knott in the bothy.MrHallorann27/01/2018
From the E in 40cm of snow having been chased and threatened by farmer for crossing access Land on Buttermere Fell! Small summit cairn. A great day of blue skies and sunshine, cold NW wind.RichardM28/12/2017
Walked on my own from Buttermere. Cold for August and quite dull but clear and dry.flockwatcher29/08/2017
A hot Saturday afternoon walk with Smoky and Leo. Parked at Gatesgarth, walked up to Scarth Gap then to Haystacks summit. Lunch at Inominate Tarn then bagged Green Crag on way down to Warnscale Bottom.Skip08/07/2017
Honister Crag (Black Star) - Fleetwith Pike East Top - Little Round How - Green Crag - Haystacks SE Top - Seavy Knott - Great Round How - Brandreth - Grey Knotts - Seatoller Fell from GR: NY 22618 13403ronaldo33325/06/2017
From Honister Slate Mine, Green Crag, Fleetwith Pike, Honister Crag.dgresty05/05/2017
last top before moving to borrowdale to do kings howcolinfielding23/03/2017
From Buttermere and Gatesgarth: Hay Stacks, Green Crag and Fleetwith Pike. Cold day with lots of ice, barely anyone out on the fells.Lazylizzie09/02/2017
Round of Haystacks and tops from Gatesgarth.RobertP30/12/2016
grate views today with rogerdarren-64630/10/2016
with roger grate weather and viewsdarren-synges 30/10/2016
5th of the day. Solo.bolton14/10/2016
Included in an afternoon walk from Gateworth Farm car park at 194149 (£4 for day). Up Scarth Gap Pass to Seat - Hay Stacks - Green Crag - Little Round How - Dubs Quarry track back to car. (PM/S)gerrybowes14/10/2016
On a backpack - Honister Hause to Buttermere section.Phreerunner24/06/2016
hay stacks, high crag, high stile, high stile grey crag, red pike, starling dodd, great borne, and all tops in between from gatesgarth.robertphillips18/06/2016
Gatesgarth, Scarth Gap, Haystacks, Green Crag, Fleetwith Pike, Gatesgarth. Beautiful sunny day.Delta6822/05/2016
Start ~ Car Park Gatesgarth. Climbed the Scarth Gap Pass and then right up to Seat summit. Returned to the Gap and ascended Haystacks before moving on to Green Crag and dropping back down through Warnscale Bottom. Lovely clear day with the fells frozen. With Wombourne.steve hudson15/02/2016
With Clare, Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave21/11/2015
Walked from NT car park by Honister Slate Mine. Little Round How - Great Round How - Seavy Knott - Haystacks SE Top - Haystacks - Green Crag - cafe at Honister Slate mine for well earned tea and cake.Jacqdaw16/10/2015
Buttermere CircuitAjm031011/10/2015
with rodger and kelly on the way back from heystacksmy-list09/09/2015
St Begus ultranell158329/08/2015
From Honister via Great Round HowAnduril17/02/2015
Parked at Gatesgarth Farm and ascended path to Scarth Gap Pass then up to Seat. Returned to the Gap then up Hay Stacks and down to a frozen Innominate Tarn for lunch then on to Green Crag. We descended to Warnscale bottom to return to car park. With SH.wombourne15/02/2015
With Lisa, Jack and James on the way up to Haystacks.stevanio29/10/2014
Buttermere round from the 77 Bus, Buttermere to Honister.Eddie02/09/2014
From Honister by Moses Trod to Kirk Fell, then back to Haystack and over Green Crag. Excellent day with fine views in all directions, particularly of Pillar.SS28/07/2014
Walked over from Haystacksbardolph09/07/2014
Red Pike - High Stile - High Crag - Haystacks from Buttermere via Scale Forcere142105/07/2014
With CathyB, RobB, JackW, GrantM, RossW. Did not summit, passed by on right of way. From Buttermere campsite.masmith24/05/2014
a JJ trip, with Steve, Alan and Frank..onto Little round How..sunnyLou17/05/2014
Direct ascent of Green Gable (from Seatoller) to meet Lindsay, Steve and Alan. Then walk continued over Seavy Knott, Great Round How, Green Crag, Little Round How, Fleetwith Pike, Black Star and Seatoller Fell.knarf17/05/2014
From Honister Slate Mine (NY 22591 13548) - Drum House - Honister Crag - Fleetwith Pike - Dubs Quarry - Little Round How - Green Crag - Haystacks - Brandreth - Grey Knotts.david23020130/01/2014
From Honister a thin path leaves the track near Bleaberry Tarn. Cairn on top.mick04/08/2013
From Haystacks.destaylor25/07/2013
Hosister Slate Mine > Grey Knotts > Brandreth > Base Brown > Green Gable > Seavy Knott > Haystacks SE Top > Haystacks > GREEN CRAG rocky outcrop topped with a small cairn> Hosister Slate MineTony Hartry II19/07/2013
A nice sunny day from west end of buttermere, walking along its south bank. Then ascending up Scarth Gap Pass and onto Haystacks, and they really are haystacks! Then on past Blackbeck tarn, to green crag, down to Little Round How then down Warnscale Beck and back along the north shore of Buttermere. Bethany and kipped, finished with a dip and some skimming stones.ByronHaywood06/07/2013
Dodd, Red Pike, High Stile, High Stile Grey Crag, High Crag, Seat, Haystacks, Green Crag, Honister Crag, Fleetwith Pike.ronaldo33302/06/2013