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Name:High Tove
Hill number:2478
Height:515m / 1690ft
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:Wainwright, Birkett, Synge, Fellranger
(W,B,Sy,Fel)
Grid ref:NY 28915 16510
Summit feature:ground by cairn SE of fence
Drop:16m
Col:499m  NY288168  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89 90
(1:25k) OL4S
Observations:ground 10m N of cairn is as high
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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From Armboth car park. Pleasant track to start, then very boggy higher up. On to Armboth Fell.LizH17/10/2019
From Armboth, on a grey day, but no rain. With JS, RS, Bryher, KM, BC and ALT for my final Wainwright. 214 Fells completed! Onwards to Armboth Fell.Man of Kernow115/10/2019
Ascent by the path at Amboth carpark, by the path to the summit. A wainwright completion for MT, accompanied by LT, BillC, Jen and Rick. Returned over Amboth Fell and Crag bleow it.kenmorti15/10/2019
Mark's final Wainwright walk. Good fun!jenx15/10/2019
Followed the fence line down over The Pewits and tried to avoid the boggy sections to High Tove summit. Very wetlands and unclear paths due to the boggy sections. With Richie and MB.Zoe Little22/09/2019
Got up an hour late so set off about 5:30 heading straight to Watendlath via a poo stop in Rosthwaite. Park at the national trust car park and headed straight up the direct route to High Tove. At 1st felt good but soon my fitness levels where showing and the summit never seem to appear. However wasn’t too long before we were at the top. very simple straight forward wainwright from this direction.Scotty 2 Hotty21/07/2019
Second visit to High Tove en-route the summit of Armboth which was missed out last time.Theianwood45812/07/2019
Parked at Ashness Bridge and circuit of Walla Crag, Bleaberry Fell, Raven Crag, High Seat, Armboth Fell and High Tove.Mountainhikes02/07/2019
Loughrigg Fell - Silver How - Lang How - Swinescar Pike - Little Castle How - Blea Rigg - Low White Stones - Ullscarf - Standing Crag - Watendlath Fell - Shivery Knott - Armboth Fell - AF Birkett - High Tove - High Seat - Bleaberry Fell - Walla Cragscreeleep21/04/2019
Armboth Fell (Wainwright and Birkett), High Tove, High Seat and Bleaberry.PGCE20/04/2019
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
on me toddPaul Beard30/12/2018
Wonderful day with trimarc2. Route started with train from london to Penrith, bus to Keswick, taxi to Watendelath. Actual walking component: 12.5km High Tove to High Seat to Bleaberry Hill SE top to Bleaberry Fell to Walla Crag. Saw 2 Gold DofE groups & had to navigate a lot of bog.Fionalevey26/10/2018
With wifeystephenhughes15/10/2018
from Watendlath car park directly up the side of the fellkeenwalker04/09/2018
With G. From Manesty Campsite > Shepherds Crag > Bleaberry Fell via Ashness Bridge & Falcon Crag > High Seat > high Tove return via Watendlath BeckRT197031/07/2018
Solo from NTCP at Watendlath. High Tove & High Seat. Very warm weather.ADT04/07/2018
Climbed with Andrew from Thirlmere Dam as part of a 5 Wainwright walk.jackfowler25/06/2018
With JGCW19/06/2018
Armboth Fell, High Tove, High Seat, Bleaberry Fell, Walla Crag. With Trout.robba_wag03/06/2018
From Armboth Felldavidsharpe2328/05/2018
With SR from Watendlath along tops to Armboth Fells return back over High Tove.Frank19/04/2018
Climb from Ashness Bridge via Falcon Crag to Wall Cragg. Retraced steps to Cats Gill and followed footpath to Bleaberry Fell and on to High Seat, via bog land path. Followed fence line to Eddy Grave Strake and then to High Tove. Descended High Tove and crossed Fisher Gill to Armboth Fell. Return to fence line path to Shivery Man and Knott and down to Blea Tarn. Climbed High Saddle via Coldbarrow Fell, side stepping Low Saddle. On to Ullscarf. Descended following fence line via Green Combe to Dock Tarn where joined marked footpath and on to Great Crag. Problems locating fell. Following footpath to Puddingstone Bank and ascended Brund Fell. Re-joined marked footpath and down to Watendlath. Getting dark, so followed road back to Ashness Bridge.raymooremanx24/03/2018
From High Ladore, steep to Watandlath Beck good path to Watendlath, at first steep then easy going to High Tove, boggy path along fence to High Seat-great views, easy path to Bleaberry Fell, initailly steep but v good path down & across to Walla Crag- great views across Derwent Water to Keswick, good path down & into Keswick. Dry all day, cloud & some warm spells of Sunshine.apricorum11/03/2018
With Catherine, from Thirlmererichardsun09/03/2018
Parked at Watendlath out and back to Armboth via High Tove. Cracking February day in the sunshine!Stu Percival21/02/2018
From Armboth car park: Armboth Fell (Wainwright), Armboth Fell (Birkett), High Tove, High Seat, Bleaberry Fell, Raven Crag. Terrible conditions under foot. Very boggy and struggling through knee high snow at times. Paths not visible and walk guide very poor.Lazylizzie17/02/2018
5/11 (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
Castlerigg - Walla Crag - Bleaberry Fell - High Seat - High Tove - Armboth Fell - Raven Crag in knee deep snow!twg2719/01/2018
Circular walk from Armboth Carpark, Thirlmere. Had to drive around as the Dam wall/road was closed for works. Armboth onto High Tove. High Seat then Bleaberry Fell. Decided against dropping down to Walla Crag as it would have put too much onto an already long day [left home at 0500 and started walking at 1100!]. I wouldn`t walk this route in the summer as it would be far too boggy. Fortunately I was able to walk over most of the bog as it was frozen. Some patches were defrosting as I found out the hard way! Finished in the dark, however the permissible path along the west shore of Thirlmere was spot on!Butty12/01/2018
With Armboth and High Seat & Raven Crag (2 already bagged)Nicky12/01/2018
With NB, Raven, Castle Crags, High Seat, Hightove Armboth Fell.Frank10/01/2018
Raven crag,Castle crag,High Seat,High Tove,Armboth Fell, From Dam Carpark with FRBheinn10/01/2018
From High Seat, boggy glad it's done.Cyclistno107/01/2018
Great Wood CP > Cat Gill > Walla Crag > Bleaberry Fell > Threefooted Brandreth > High Seat > The Pewits > High Tove > Armboth Fell (Birkett) > Armboth Fell > High Tove > Watendlath > Great Wood CP. Amazing winters day, ground partially frozen, just me and Hjohnkaysleftleg06/01/2018
Little boggy but not too badejjohnstone31/12/2017
What was he thinking = bog festdavechaffey31/12/2017
Armboth carpark - High Tove - Armboth Fell - carparknolan05/10/2017
Parked in Rosthwaite National Trust car park, Lining Crag, Greenup Edge, Ullscarf, Low Saddle, 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
From Rosthwaite to Skelwith Bridge. Grange Fell – High Tove – Armboth Fell – Ullscarf – Tarn Crag – Blea Rigg.davepeel31/07/2017
NBFrank12/07/2017
High Tove to Ullscarf with FR from WatendlathBheinn12/07/2017
Boggie but lots of wildlife (deer/mice/baby thrush). Also did a bit of boldering on Armboth. did this with Kingsley and Deb C.jonesj214/06/2017
The Central Ridgesms.3726/05/2017
Nic & NedNicola & Stuart14/05/2017
From Ashness Bridge Walla Crag Bleaberry Fell High Seat Bog-fest to High Tove To Watendlath on to Great Crag Grange FellWifey201621/04/2017
21/04/2017 (38) From Ashness Bridge Walla Crag Bleaberry Fell High Seat Bog-fest to High Tove To Watendlath on to Great Crag Grange Fell 14.1 Miles 30,488 Steps 246 FloorsTobo196921/04/2017
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
wet but worth doing lovely trees, moss at bottom on Thirlmere- would be nice view if not cloudyrichard cooksey18/03/2017
Walking the Wianwrights. 4/10 for todayTony Millard21/01/2017
Went over High Tove on way to Raven Crag. Very wet and boggy.Tony Bailes10/12/2016
High Tove, High Seat and Bleaberry Fell from Great Word car park via footpath to Watendlath.janey.m25/10/2016
From car park at dam (free for now) taking path up to Raven Crag with excellent view over very still Thirlmere. Back down to track and along to gate then directly to High Seat. Followed fence over to High Tove (one really bad bit of peat bog) then a fairly straightforward direct line to Armboth Fell. Crossed back to row then down to Armboth and along road to car.SS08/10/2016
Wainwright round with Jus, Cat & Jim, from parking area near Barrow Bay, taking in summits from Walla Crag to Armboth Fell. Worst mud on the ridge getting here from High Seat. A combination of feeling for sunken fence posts, high-speed walking on water and heroic pole vaulting saw three of us through. Justin fell in the bog for the second time today. You'd have thought he'd have learnt... High Tove was busy with people crossing between the valleys either side, but no-one else followed us on to the notorious Armboth Fell.wheresthepath25/09/2016
with Lynn parkinderek_74420/09/2016
Since access to Thirlmere reservoir was closed last time, we took the road north to hike something near the res. Parking on the west side at Dobgill bridge, we took the path along Dobgill to Harrop Tarn and then up along Mosshause Gill to one of the many Blea Tarns of the Lakes. We had some lunch here due to a late start, then continued along the contor off the west side of High Tove with excellent veiws into Borrowdale and towards Derwent water and Keswick. When level with Watendlath Tarn, we followed the path east up and over High Tove, had a final cuppa, then dropped down towards Thirlmere when the sun finally broke the clouds into a pleasant afternoon walking back along the resvervoir. 4hr 40mins: 12.5km; 640mByronHaywood28/08/2016
Walked from the house in keswik with John , Walla Crag, Bleaberry fell, High Seat, High Tove, Armboth fell - (on my own, John injured his leg because he got stuck in a foot of mud). came back down via watendlath and a Bus.george_herbert_18/08/2016
From High Seat with Clare, Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave16/08/2016
Lodore Falls, Watendlath and Castle Cragphilhews08/07/2016
Very Boggydentalchimp19/06/2016
walk-high tovebabsjess03/06/2016
Armboth carpark - Armboth - High Tove - Raven Crag - Armboth carparkdanthwaites02/06/2016
From High Seat - only distinguishing feature is the watendlath-thirlmere path cutting straight through itjpitches29/05/2016
Hot, sunny, not too boggy. Gorgeous Bank Holiday Sunday. Went to Swinside Inn for dinner. Stowaway made it to the top (of the cairn)AlanDStewart29/05/2016
on a Liner walk from Keswick to Grasmerejmistry8621/05/2016
From Ashness Bridge. Came via Bleaberry Fell and High Seat. Decided to call it a day here, as we weren't exactly sure where Armboth Fell was. Headed down to Watendlath and followed the path by the beck back to the car. Still sunny. Dry feet all around.JonathanConey15/05/2016
Ascended with The Rabbit ClanWainwright TB15/05/2016
Gus and AbiAbiD15/05/2016
Derwent Water - Bleaberry Fell - Bleaberry Fell SE Top - High Seat - High Tove - Derwent WaterBlue The Dog14/05/2016
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
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
From High Seat. This section is usually cited as the most miserable in the Lake District. Luckily for me, the permabog was frozen solid under a good two feet of snow (more in places). Unluckily, it was soft powder, making the going slow and draining. Nevertheless, I was delighted to reach the summit of my 100th Wainwright! Onto Armboth Fell (Wainwright Top).James McKnight16/01/2016
Walla Crag to High ToveSteveG16/01/2016
eyenose16/01/2016
Ran as part of a 25 mile very wet & windy loop from Grasmere with Mark Richardson.StuP27/11/2015
From Castlerigg Hall campsite, Via Walla Crag, Bleaberry Fell, High Seat, Then onto Armboth Fell & Raven Crag.Westdenewalker17/10/2015
High Tove and Armboth Fell from Thirlmere.jonesthesteam09/10/2015
From Armboth via Fisher Gill in warmish overcast conditions. To summit then reverse to traverse to Armboth Fell and thence to Fisher Crag. Passed by stalker and client with a Red Deer Stag on back of their Argocat. With Mag.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
TD & CThis Dog18/09/2015
Fine day out with Stef and Will starting at Ashness Bridge heading up to Walla Crag, Bleaberry Fell, High Seat, cross country to Ravens Crag overlooking Thirlmere then heading to Armboth Fell and back over to Watendlath via High Tove and a walk along the road back to the carPhilip A03/09/2015
Parked at National Trust car park in Watendlath, good path to summit and then swam to Middle Crag, Shivery Knott and Watendlath Fell.Jacqdaw02/09/2015
Climbed from Shoulthwaite Gill with Ian and Louise. Bleaberry Fell via Goat Crags, then High Seat, descent via herd of 40 Red Deer to Watendlath for lunch. Back up to High Tove, then Armboth Fell and back to car via Raven Crag. Grey morning but beautiful clear afternoon!mavero1030/08/2015
Horrendous amount of squelching to get here. Stopped just long enough at the cairn to summon up the courage to swim over to Armboth Fell.MrD24/08/2015
Birk Crag, Wythburn Fell, Ullscarf, High Saddle, Low Saddle, Armboth Fell, High Tove, High Seat, Bleaberry Fell, Walla Cragkeithouk16/08/2015
With Oscar from Watendlath.alis2ndround12/08/2015
Last summit reached of six today route used North central fells can be found in Stuart Marshalls book Walking the wainwrights, parking can be found at NT Ashness bridge on the B5289 four mile out of KeswickWAYNE ROWLETT02/08/2015
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
From the Wainwright of Armboth Fell when heading for High Seat.bolton10/07/2015
Parked near the dam, up the road to Armboth car park, Fisher Crag, Armboth Fell (Birkett), Armboth Fell, High Tove, High Seat, Bleaberry Fell SE Top, Bleaberry Fell, Dodd Crag, Pike, back via A591 and cut through Shoulthwaite Farm to car park.Chipstertrain14/06/2015
Solo walk from Borrowdale YH, up Dock Tarn, Watendlath Tarn, High Tove,Armboth Fell, Ullscarf, back via Greenup GillJHerbert09/06/2015
with Dave - very boggyk973aren15/05/2015
Great solo day getting loads of tops across Bleaberry Fell, High Stiles, Tove and Raven Crag. Started in sun, had snow and almost finished in a deep bogs hehejester6902/05/2015
Ascent from Armboth Fell. Direct route, pathless and boggy in places. Followed by High Seat.mpdjw23/04/2015
wet wet wetowlsrule27/03/2015
wif juleslithosyork15/02/2015
(Walkers with) Torun Mcmoran (Parking Point/Start Point) Mary Mount Hotel - Lodore Falls - Suprise View - Ashness Bridge - Walla Crag - Bleaberry Fell - High Seat - High Tove - Watendlath - Lodore Falls - Mary Mount Hotelredbob31/01/2015
With Liz & Mike HalpinShutterlag24/01/2015
Ambroth - Great Crag - Grange Fell - Walla Crag - Bleaberry Fell - High Seat - High Tove. Run. Boggy. Good Vis.dougylove30/12/2014
First day of winter!indikid6007/12/2014
From High Seat. (S)CJM18/11/2014
with Joechrispine31/10/2014
A straightforward climb from the National Trust car park in Watendlath. No need to get wet boots even! 40 minutes return amblemoorsman16/10/2014
A gentle afternoon stroll.JohnStoneham06/10/2014
Great How, Raven Crag, The Benn, Castle Crag, High Tove, Walla Crag, Pike, Castleheadkeithouk28/09/2014
From ThirlmereWeather Prophet14/09/2014
With Helen and Dave. Camped at Castlerigg Farm near Keswick. Dave drove to Stonethwaite, we left car there and walked back to the campsite. Our route took in Eagle Crag, Sergeants Crag, Greenup Edge, Ullscarf, Armboth Fell, High Tove, High Seat, Bleabury Crag and Walla Crag. Weather sunny but hazy, ground mostly dry underfoot except following the fence across the Pewits.Skip06/09/2014
11 miles n climb 2008fthikester28/08/2014
from Keswick- Walla Crag,Bleaberry Fell,High Seat,High Tove,Armbroth Fell and down to Rosthwaitepetebagger26/08/2014
Walk up from carpark at thirlmere to say the ground is wet is an understatement was going to walk to middle crag but so wetiannotts25/08/2014
Started from Watendlath following decent path initially but soon onto peat which was wet. Unimpressive top...David S.04/08/2014
Marmot24 control placingLittledave01/08/2014
From Armboth Car Park - High Tove - Armboth Fell (Birkett) - Armboth Fell.david23020123/07/2014
Down through the bogs from High Seat, on to Armboth Fellbardolph15/07/2014
Explorersrippster13/07/2014
Stuart Marshall's 'The North Central Fells' Ashness Bridge - Walla Crag - Bleaberry Fell - High Seat - Shoulthwaite Gill - Raven Crag (noisy peregrine circling) - Armboth Fell - High Tove - Watendlath - Ashness BridgeDavid Galbraith01/07/2014
Lovely day started at Ashness Bridge did Walla Crag, Bleaberry Fell, High Seat, High Tove and Armboth Fell. Down to Watendlath along the river to Ashness Bridge.johnjennison23/06/2014
Arm both car park-Armboth-High Tove-'High Seat-Armboth. With dad and sis. Sunny,clear,warm Still boggy!!!Daisy Dee22/06/2014
With Armboth Fell, Ullscarf, Great Crag, Eagle Crag and Sergeant's Crag.Chopperbrown16/06/2014
From Ashness Bridge Lakesgirl31/05/2014
From High Seat, a bit squelchy in places.JohnStoneham26/05/2014
Next on round following High Seat.Wheelsy24/05/2014
with paul on my 2nd roundcolinfielding21/05/2014
From Middle Crag. Gate at summit and large cairn not far away.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
The ideal hill if you're in the lakes but wishing you were trudging through a typical Peak District bog. Got a boot full of bog here with another six miles to go to Langdale...Richard21/04/2014
Climbed from Armboth car park Thirlmere boggy on the tops Jo & Davedcoopz19/04/2014
With CPgarth8729/03/2014
A direct ascent of High Tove from Watendlath. Returned to Watendlath and walked to Great Crag for a second direct ascent.knarf19/03/2014
SoloPDR196602/02/2014
PupLittledave25/11/2013
KeithByTheC12/11/2013
Thankfully only a short walk from armboth but still a boggy and unpleasant walk.flapjack03/11/2013
Dry but very breezy and very very boggy underfoot, particularly for the lst two peaks. Car parked in Keswick and then climbed Walla Crag, Bleaberry Fell, High Seat and High Tove and dropped down into Watendlath for well earned tea and flapjack. From there back to Ladore Falls Hotel where we were staying.mike.hamilton31/10/2013
A reluctant second trip over the bog with Dazz and Adrianmcbiydw219/10/2013
Castlerigg to Legburthwaite over Walla Cragg, the ridge to High Tove, Armboth Fell and Raven Crag. Like most people, I ended up to my waist in the bogs at The Pewits.Jake99412/10/2013
with charlesNozzer11/10/2013
Wet walkRVFoster07/09/2013
from high seatembrambler28/08/2013
With Clare, Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave21/07/2013
Completed with Geoff M6PYG.G4OOE19/06/2013
Started and finished a 15 mile circuit from Stybeck Farm in Thirlmere taking in Raven Crag, Armboth Fell, High Tove, High Seat, Bleaberry Fell and Walla Cragastokes08/06/2013
Ashness Bridge, Walla Crag, Bleaberry Fell, High Seat, Raven Crag, Armboth Fell, High Tove.Flipperfeet02/06/2013
200raymondlovell04/05/2013
Out with Ian,Dilys & Norman. Great weather and cracking visibility.simocity02/05/2013
From Armboth Car Park West shore Thirlmere via Fisher Gill then yomp to Armboth Fell. Yes, wet underfoot but not as bad as I had read about.Grasmoor27/04/2013
No path from High Seat so a very long slog in the slushy snow.robdarfi17/03/2013
Thirlmere - Dob Gill - Middle Crag - HIGH TOVE (#164) - Armboth Snow, low cloud and not very nice! Had planned to do Armboth Fell but thought better of it.mnph17/03/2013
The intention had been to visit Armboth fell en route from Ullscarf but lack of time meant going straight to High Tove, then onwards to High SeatMad Cow28/02/2013
With Bleaberry Fell & High Seat - bogs were frozenIainPeeks20/01/2013
Bleaberry Fell > High Seat > High ToveThe Playful Pig20/01/2013
From Watendlath on a dreary wet day. Oh hum, it is January I suppose.jcb170504/01/2013
Circular walk from Armboth taking in Armboth Fell (Wainwright and Birkett), High Tove, High Seat, Bleaberry Fell, Walla Crag returning over Raven Crag.knarf12/12/2012
Armboth CP > Fisher Crag > Armboth Fell (Birkett) > Armboth Fell > Watendlath Fell > Shivery Knott > Middle Crag > HIGH TOVE grassy summit topped with a large cairn > Armboth CPTony Hartry II11/12/2012
Keswick Meetandy-n10/11/2012
W Jenx from Armboth CP, up Watendlath path by beck. Cut round top of woods over Fisher crag then incipient ridge to Armboth fell, B then W. Onto High Tove, rough ground, expansive view from a somewhat dull top! Down ridge over next 5 Birketts.nordicstar27/10/2012
High Tove, Middle Crag, Shivery Knott, Watendlath Fell, Armboth Fell, Armboth Fell (Birkett), Fisher Crag.ronaldo33313/10/2012
from the twins of armboth, a very very wet trudge (mungrisedale was a dessert in comparison). summit cairn is fairly sizeable. a squelch back to watendlath. the paved lower section very slipperystig_nest25/08/2012
high tove, high seat, bleaberry fell and walla crag.crax7311/08/2012
From Armboth Fell, miserable trudge through marsh in driving rain, not pleasant.DaveMc05/08/2012
So wet that two of the members had to change there socks Ionadid well (age 5)ccoombes10/06/2012
From Castlerigg to Thirlmere. A cold winter's day in June! Walla Crag / Bleaberry Fell / High Seat / High Tove / Armboth Fell / Raven CragJim Cooper03/06/2012
Keswick over High Seat to Thirlmere, gorgeous sunny day with great views.nevans8426/05/2012
Me, Glenys, Pam, Andy, Ruth and Sean. Goodt visibility, fairly cool.Grizzly07/05/2012
Part of the walk from Keswick to Watendlath.Duffmeister09/04/2012
With Damian, Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave06/04/2012
Wet all around like a moat.Freelander04/04/2012
From Armbothjonglew16/03/2012
Very boggy from here on the way up to High Seatmattwilde6623/02/2012
Frosty and fine so no problems underfoot. Watendlath, High Tove, Armboth Fell, Bell Crags, Blea Tarn, Watendlath.Walker Dan02/02/2012
Done with Richard when doing Ullscarffalunty01/02/2012
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
Walked with Bell - parked 1st car at Armboth car park (free bit by side of lake)! Up the gully - doubled back onto Armboth fell then along High Tove, High Seat, Bleaberry Fell, Walla Crag and finished at Castlerigg. 6 miles 3.5 hours.Mozzer26/12/2011
Climbed with Mick, Kev and Alf from Thirlmere NWWater car park on a Sunday that turned very wintry with snow and sleet showers. Walk also took in Armboth Fell and two other BirkettsBillyP04/12/2011
Birketts 2nd roundDave Geere20/11/2011
approxnickadams818/11/2011
Ascended Walla Crag with Ellie and Jo, which had wonderful views over Derwentwater and Bassenthwaite, then followed the ridge right along to High Tove. From there we went on to Ullscarf...a long way! This walk took 9.5 hours to complete before we finallylizziej8723/09/2011
With Charlie and Molly as part of Route: High Tove, Armboth Fell, High Seat, Bleaberry Fell. Very boggy in the section known as the Pewetts.rattymeister31/08/2011
With Dad and Charlie. Very boggy!!Molly99931/08/2011
Ashness Bridge, Walla Crag, Bleaberry Fell, High Seat, Raven Crag, High Tove, Ambroth Fell, Middle Crag, Shivery Knott, Watendlath Fell, Low SaddleAndy Hirst17/08/2011
Thilmere (Armboth Car Park) - Armboth Fell - High Tove - High Seat - Raven Crag - Thilmere (Armboth Car Park)eviljeff912/08/2011
with George from Great Wood - first ascentKatyT08/08/2011
Low cloud on and off throughout. Rain later in evening. wildcamp in area of bell crags.jebus28/07/2011
Started at Dob Gill car park. Very wet.paulnewby8115/07/2011
First of 4 Wainwrights from Armboth car park, dry and occasionally sunny.Dugswell224/06/2011
Backpacking across Lakes with Jo, Dave and Joe day 2; Honister bothy - Honister - Stonethwaite - Dock Tarn - Watendlath - High Tove - Armboth Fell - Thirlmere - dam - bivvy site north of High Rigg. Absolutely knackered by the end of the dayMark Jackson13/06/2011
Got taxi to watendlath and then walked back to Keswick... Worst fells ever ankle deep in bog and water all the way!!!Paul Hirst13/06/2011
from Ashness Bridge via Wathendlath TarnDunks03/06/2011
climbed from Armbothrobert13/05/2011
Last one today and off back to Keswick. Jackie, Pippin and Merimfel5720/03/2011
From Thirlmere with Andy and Alf. Snow.10th Round06/01/2011
From High Seat on way to Middle Cragalwaysinshorts11/12/2010
A north Central Fells circular to include Walla Crag, Bleaberry Fell, High Seat, High Tove, Armboth Fell. Returned to Ashness Bridge via Watendlath.knarf18/09/2010
D of E Gold Day 1. Lunch Stop. Exact Date unknownArran2801/09/2010
Walla Crag - Bleaberry Fell - High Seat - High Toveronaldo33314/07/2010
Easily reached from Watendlath.steven ruffles13/07/2010
From High Seatbryanthorpe29/06/2010
With Jo, circular walk from Ashness Bridge: High Seat, High Tove, returning via Watendlath. Weather; generally sunny with high intermittent cloud, warm, very good visibility.amblerbob04/06/2010
From Armboth CP via Armboth FellAnduril16/04/2010
Thirlmere Dam - Armboth Fell - High Tove - The pewits - High Seat - Bleaberry Fell - Walla Crag - Rakefoot - A591 - Thirlmere Damlindslow15/04/2010
From Watendlath. 2 Armboth Fells, High Tove, High Seat, Bleaberry Fell, Walla Crag and along the road back. Not as boggy as expected but would be a nightmare if wet.destaylor14/04/2010
ChrisDuncanH25/03/2010
From Ashness Bridge Wainwright round Walla, Bleaberry, High Seat, High Tove, Armboth Fell back via Watendlath (10.6m / 2270' ascent. Boggy after leaving High Seat - walk time from there 30 mins, it got worse after this.G4OBK (Phil)19/03/2010
From Ashness Bridge: One of a round of five Wainwrights lying between Derwentwater and Thirlmere. Walla Crag>Bleaberry Fell>High Seat>High Tove>Armboth Fell with G4OBK (Phil) returned via Watendlath.judy55cat19/03/2010
Armboth Fell, High Tove, High Seat, Bleaberry Fell, Raven CragRick06/03/2010
With Eire, Evan, Sail & Danu.Dangerous Dave06/03/2010
Very dreary walk from high Seat - luckily the bogs were quite frozen. Good view of Raven flying past.iceland30/01/2010
From Armboth-very wet underfoot.Susan Allison11/11/2009
Climbed with Sore Paws, Pumpkin Pup and Kath. This has got to be the wettest area I have ever been in, in the Lake District.shirley pbgv03/11/2009
27/10/09 AD / ADZ Did Grange Fell / High Tove / Armboth Fell / High Seat / Bleaberry Fell / Walla Crag today. Great Day Foggy and Boggy but good fun! 11th WAli D27/10/2009
Very, very unpleasant walk from High Seat. Long detours needed to get round lakes of mud. Ground much better on western side on way to Watendlath.benarbia_825/10/2009
.hlpahamp11/10/2009
walked from Armboth on my own. The weather was clear and I had some wonderful long distance views on this walk to distract me from the decidedly boggy conditions underfoot.flockwatcher04/10/2009
4th top, its been like crossing the Somme!Kered25/09/2009
From Watendlath. Cloudy but very hot and humid. Strenuousness - 2/5, Navigation - 3/5.DSRTVICKY30/06/2009
toplakesmadman14/05/2009
From High Seat, along fence line. Very boggy and severe erosion of peat in places. Fine spring day.TBR22/04/2009
Part of a 2 day Derwent Water ramble with Leanne. Great weather.ukmase19/04/2009
David Pauline Sheila Sue DavidJanet19/04/2009
Solo.Dangerous Dave13/04/2009
Ashness Bridge - Walla Crag - Bleaberry Fell - High Seat - High Tove - Watendlath - Ashness Bridge. The walk from High Seat has some really bad patches even in fairly dry weather, and the summit is barely noticeable. Honestly, Wainwright...Mark Jackson10/04/2009
Part of day out to Ulscarf form Watendlath.parlick21/03/2009
SRFrank29/12/2008
first ascent, 3 in party, mist & rain clearing later. climbed from ashness b&b to watendlath tarn, then up to high trove, over the tops to walla crag, stopping at bleaberry for lunch before continuing on to keswick.rum doodle 14/11/2008
up Fisher Gill, then onto Armboth after, good day, with Lizzie.Lou02/11/2008
DAY 20. WAINWRIGHT 75. ONE OF SIX WAINWRIGHTS CLIMBED ON A WET, COLD AND WINDY DAY. VERY BOOGY AND UNPLEASANT UNDERFOOT.BURGESS02/08/2008
Unable to recall ascent details but with Bridget and Oscar.catman27/07/2008
With Catman and Oscar.rosiebridge27/07/2008
With Catman and Bridget.oscarrosie27/07/2008
Birketts CLF walk W/DER4, Armboth NT CP > Fisher Gill > HIGH TOVE grassy summit topped with a cairn and wooden stake > Middle Crag > Shivery Knott > Watendlath Fell > Armboth Fell (aw) > Armboth Fell (b) > Fisher Crag > Fisher Gill > Armboth NT CPTony Hartry24/07/2008
Final peak of a walk from Keswick along to High Tove, decend into Watendlath, across to Rostwaite for beer and Bus back! Boggy mess along ridge in spite of long dry spell, as Wainwright says, wouldn`t wich this walk on his worst enemy!Doddsa06/05/2008
Route from Ullscarf to Keswick. Follow the fence but beware of bogs.Nick20/04/2008
With Eire, Evan & Sail.Dangerous Dave20/03/2008
first timedads01/03/2008
Solo. Also 29th May 1989. Whit Monday May 29th. A bright morning ~ we head for Thirlmere ~ Armboth where we can be next to the water with the canoes and under trees for shade. After a wander with the dogs, we leave the dogs in the car and head up Middlestead ghyll towards Watendlath. The scramble is enjoyable with a variety of rocks and flowers. We followed the stream to the ridge to get a glimpse of the Borrowdale Hills (Top unlikely to have been reached/objective). After lunch by Armboth we canoed on Thirlmere investigating the two lovely islands ~ plenty of birds nests. Also 13th August 1988. Joan, Peter & Ian. Dry & light wind but forecast bad so opted for gorge scramble - Middlestead Gill from Thirlmere. Very enjoyable BUT VERY MIDGY (Top unlikely to have been reached/objective).PeteF12/12/2007
Wet and windy with Paul the pilot.Hengis Pod12/07/2007
Start ~ 326117, bus stop Dunmail Raise. Walked to Steel End then followed Wyth Burn up to Greenup Edge and followed ridge to Ullscarf. Descended north to Low Saddle and Blea Tarn. Then followed broad ridge over High Tove to High Seat. Descended to Ashness landing and took ferry to Keswick. With RRWCsteve hudson19/06/2007
A very wet and boggy walk over from High Seat.rhalstead11/03/2007
Dry, part cloud, part sun, clear on top. Ascent from Armboth.markm25/09/2006
Dry, part cloud, part sun, clear on top. Ascent from Armboth.jking25/09/2006
With Jo, circular walk from Watendlath: High Tove, Middle Crag, Shivery Knott, Watendlath Fell, Blea Tarn Fell (Bell Crags), returning via bridleway from Blea Tarn. Weather; cloudy and windy throughout, rain/drizzle at times. Moderate visibilityamblerbob03/09/2006
Got dropped off at Watendlath and made the easy ascent to this top.garyhoney26/06/2006
18/03/2006 22/03/2008 D 08/11/2008 03/02/12 ; 4 timesCrib Goch18/03/2006
Wattendlath (Borrowdale), High Tove, Middle Crag, Standing Crag, Ullscarf, High Saddle, Low Saddle, Lord's How, Dock Tarn, back to car park.joseph mitchell12/11/2005
TC, EC from Watendlath. Pleasant walk up to 1300'. Not as wet as Wainwright suggests when we went.TopCat195901/11/2005
Blisco15/07/2005
With Oliver & Barnie.Dangerous Dave09/09/2004
date unknown - but I've been heregigglejon01/01/2004
Walk with Stuarted_longshanks21/09/2003
TwoOneFour10/06/2003
With the Priors and John and Sue.BLACKHILL31/12/2002
From Armboth.Marshsand17/07/2002
Followed fence nothwards from Blea Tarn across some very boggy ground. yorkie07/07/2002
Climbed from Castlerigg campsite. Route was bleaberry fell, High Seat, Armboth, Raven Crag, and castlerigg. Horrible bog nearby, went right up to my knees. Yuk!Jhimmy29/06/2002
First Birkett RouteBremnerB13/04/2002
Walked up from the car park at Armboth. yorkie24/03/2002
And again on 11/3/2012 on a sunnier day. didn\'t seem so boggy 2nd time and yeti gaiters did the job perfectly.signyred11/11/2001
on to blea tarn and dock tarn and down to borrowdaleemily22/04/2001
Solo walk from Wythburn to Keswick along the topsPeterD03/08/2000
neil hutton16/10/1999
My Wainwright records from High Seat then on to High Tove.beorwulf04/10/1998
5thAlaric12/07/1997
Me and HobieBunkslad10/07/1997
K From High Seat to Armboth Fellcrazy11/06/1997
With Alan, Simon, Ed & Tom Saffell, Venture Scout winter expeditionGrinner14/02/1997
with High Seat(qv for log)pwheeler09/09/1996
With Helenbedrockgin101/01/1996
4thAlaric09/12/1995
With Margaret & Shane.batrigg07/07/1995
Galltywenallt08/04/1995
Helvellyn half-term trip Blisco23/10/1994
From ArmbothGeoff Briggs25/10/1993
3rdAlaric09/10/1992
With: hb sb; This was SB's second proper hill walked up directly the path from the Farm we were staying in Watendlath. He climbed it in wellies. Not a bad morning's walk when you are only just over 2.Ian Baines05/10/1992
With: ib sb; Helen Baines05/10/1992
Bob Graham recee with Darren. From Threlkeld up Hall's Fell - Blencathra - Great Calva -Skiddaw-Keswick (D went shopping bought a long thermal!)then carried on down Newlands for Robinson -Hindscarth - Dale Head -Honister -hitched down then an extra 5 miles walk over to Watendleth & High Tove to Thirlmere YH -our baseChris Pearson28/03/1992
2ndAlaric09/12/1991
approx date (with High Seat)sue29/10/1991
2 of 6: From Armboth Fell S. Top.ChrisR10/03/1991
From Borrowdale to Thirlmereknavesandblades30/08/1990
petey01/01/1990
Date unknown RHW01/01/1990
8 of 11: From Middle Crag.ChrisR28/04/1989
From Watendlath. Cairn on a wet heathery ridge. W 135 on first round.mick30/11/1988
Solo sunny evening peak bagging after 2 days climbing at Shepherds with Mark (suffering badly with his asthma). Walla Crag- Bleaberry Fell- High Tove- -Ambroth Fell - Great Crag (a mini wilderness). Many rough, tussocky, swampy bogs. KSB boots (no gaiters- a pity as put foot in bog - squeezed socks out). Dark as I reached road at Watendlath - so dark walk down road back to Derwentwater YH .Chris Pearson03/09/1986
Gill Climbing in Ashness Gill, Bleaberry Fell, High Seat and High ToveIan G7KXV06/05/1984
Castle Rigg to Helm Crag.Eddie19/02/1983
approx date. Done while living in the district.abrannon01/06/1982
from High Seat. Across a veritable peat hag losing height most of the way. To Armboth.arranc14/04/1979
First Lakes Trip?DC11main23/07/1974
PeteN01/01/1970
On a trip from Silecroft to Keswick keeping to the highest ground - 2002.summitsupblank
Climbed along with UlscarfFlyingrabbitblank
doneXanthumblank
1 ascents - 1st round completed between 05/04/1979 and 07/08/1983abbo0001blank
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