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Name:Middle Crag
Hill number:3759
Height:484m / 1588ft
Parent (Ma):2396  High Raise [High Raise (High White Stones)]
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Central Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Derwent (Workington)
Class:Birkett, Synge
(B,Sy)
Grid ref:NY 28798 15797
Summit feature:tiny cairn on rock outcrop
Drop:5m
Col:479m  NY288158  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89 90
(1:25k) OL4S
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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From Watendlath for a round of Middle Crag, Armboth Fell, Shivery Knott, Watendlath Fell, Standing Crag and Coldbarrow Fell.rhalstead26/05/2019
A great run out on the fells. Started from Keswick in glorious sunshine and this remained throughout. Dry underfoot pretty much and not as bad as I expected. The peaks were also pretty busy, people had clearly decided to try and bag these peaks in drier conditions. Great fun. Walla crag, Bleaberry Fell, High stile, High tove, armboth fell, middle crag, and castle cragJim Baz17/04/2019
From Steel End car park.Round of Wythburn Fell,Standing Crag,High Saddle,Low Saddle,Long Moss,Silvery Knott and Middle Crag.It was nearly dry!!!jocks113/07/2018
With SR from Watendlath along tops to Armboth Fells return back over High Tove.Frank19/04/2018
Round of 11 various hills, this the fifth. Accessed fellside from path S side Dob Gill. From Shivery Knott, on to Low Saddle.jonglew16/03/2018
From Armboth Fell (2nd and 3rd of day) via High Tove (4th of day)Neil Midgley26/02/2018
10/11 (Walla Crag/Bleabury Fell/Bleabury Fell SE Top/High Seat/High Tove/Armbroth Fell (Birkett)/Armbroth Fell (Wainwright)/Shivery Knott/Watendlath Fell(Long Moss/Middle Crag/Brant Fell)Fergalh17/02/2018
From Shivery Knott - on to Armboth Fell.Wycombe Wanderer29/10/2017
Parked in Rosthwaite National Trust car park, Lining Crag, Greenup Edge, Ullscarf, Low Saddle, Watendlath Fell, Shivery Knott, Middle Crag, High Tove. Sunny and warm, mist on Ullscarf limiting views and very boggy conditions from Ullscarf to High Tove, especially after High Tove.Fell_wanderer26/09/2017
NBFrank12/07/2017
High Tove to Ullscarf with FR from WatendlathBheinn12/07/2017
From Shivery Knott following the fence. Giveaway is the kink in the route of the fence but not on my '71 map. Note to self: Shouldn't be so tight.Eddie23/05/2017
Launchy Gill -> Fisher Crag - Armboth Fell (B) -> Armboth Fell (W) - > Shivery Knott -> Middle Crag -> High Tove -> Fisher Gill -> Launchy Gill (by lake shore)briandiggle06/04/2017
Birkett and Wainwright round from Armboth CP.SteveG20/02/2017
Boggydentalchimp19/06/2016
walk-high tovebabsjess03/06/2016
bleaberry fell, high seat, high tove,fisher crag, armboth fell east and west,middle crag, shivery knott, watendlath fell, low saddle, high saddle, ullscarf, low white stones, lining crag,high crag, great crag,from watendlath cp.robertphillips09/05/2016
Pooley Bridge to Keswick 2-7 May 2016Ajm031006/05/2016
With Parlick and Liz Halpin from Watendlathwaite. a cool and great day out.to Ulscarfe and back taking every ring contour in sight!Shutterlag22/04/2016
From Great Wood car park, over Ashness Bridge to Watendlath then up onto The Central Ridge, Middle Crag, Armboth Fell, High Tove, High Seat, Bleaberry Fell, down Cat Gill back to the car. Sunny until lunch time, dry, cold wind.mickdavidson28/02/2016
With Mag after High Tove.iredale08/10/2015
Armboth fell, High Tove, Middle Crag, Shivery Knott, Watendlath Fell and Brown Rigg Bog factor 10 plus the wettest walk everTobo196907/10/2015
SoloAimless Rambler30/09/2015
Parked at National Trust car park in Watendlath, good path to High Tove and then swam to Middle Crag, Shivery Knott and Watendlath Fell.Jacqdaw02/09/2015
Circular(sometimes boggy) walk from Watendlath-High Tove(revisit)-Middle Crag-Shivery Knott-Watendlath Fell.With Oscar on very pleasant summer's day.catman12/08/2015
With Catman.oscarrosie12/08/2015
With Clare, Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave27/07/2015
Parked in layby approximately 1km south of Armboth – S along road & then up side of Launchy Gill through forest (lost path) – Brown Rigg – Bell Crags – Watendlath Fell – Shivery Knott – Middle Crag – Armboth Fell – Armboth Fell (Birkett) – High Tove – High Seat – Down path to Armboth & back to car. (PM)gerrybowes10/07/2015
Heading north with GB towards High Seat.bolton10/07/2015
From Wythburn church to Keswick via Watendlath with Becky. Tea at Mary Mount. 8 Birkettschrisj196504/07/2015
boggyowlsrule27/03/2015
From High Tove. (S)CJM18/11/2014
A rather messy walk from High Tove. Messy in the sense of the meandering of the vague paths in order to avoid the boggy sections.moorsman16/10/2014
Climbed from Armboth in a round of 5 unclimbed Birkettsrobert08/09/2014
Walked over on the way to Armboth Fellbardolph15/07/2014
Climbed on way to Armboth Fell.Wheelsy24/05/2014
with Paul starting from Ashness Bridge taking in all wainwrights and birketts from walla crag to ullscarfcolinfielding21/05/2014
Similar to Shivery, nice rocky top but with bright lichen.Aye Jimmy16/05/2014
With Jo, circular walk from Watendlath: High Tove – Middle Crag – Armboth Fell (two tops) – Shivery Knott – Watendlath Fell - Bell Crags and returning via the Blea Tarn bridleway. Weather; high cloud, cool breeze, moderate visibility at first improving later.amblerbob05/05/2014
With CPgarth8729/03/2014
KeithByTheC12/11/2013
17mi high level circuit of Thirlmere RHW01/09/2013
Armboth CP > Fisher Crag > Armboth Fell (Birkett) > Armboth Fell > Watendlath Fell > Shivery Knott > MIDDLE CRAG exposed rock topped with a few stones > High Tove > Armboth CPTony Hartry II11/12/2012
W Jenx from Armboth CP, up Watendlath path by beck. Cut over Fisher crag then Armboth fell, B then W. Onto High Tove then ridge over next 5 Birkets and down fine Launchy Gill to road.nordicstar27/10/2012
High Tove, Middle Crag, Shivery Knott, Watendlath Fell, Armboth Fell, Armboth Fell (Birkett), Fisher Crag.ronaldo33313/10/2012
From Armboth CP via High ToveAnduril28/09/2012
a soggy trample up from Watendlath, a good path initially but last half mile pathless, its as wet as you've read!! the paved path up was very slippery..take note. summit insignificant.stig_nest25/08/2012
On the top at 3pm on a lovely sunny daysignyred11/03/2012
On the one good day of the CUHWC 2012 Seathwaite trip, with Andrew, walking from Seathwaite to Keswick via Dock Tarn, Ullscarf and High Seat.Mark Jackson09/01/2012
CUHWC Seathwaite New Year Trip. With MJ on fourth day. Day started off average, but finished with clear blue skies. Linear walk from Seathwaite all way to Keswick. Lift back with PC & KB.AGWilliamson08/01/2012