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Hill number:2482
Height:488m / 1601ft
Parent (Ma):2368  Pillar
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Western Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Calder & Ehen
Class:Tump (400-499m), Wainwright, Birkett, Synge, Fellranger
Grid ref:NY 08501 14082
Summit feature:large windshelter
Col:451m  NY092140  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89
(1:25k) OL4S 303
Observations:cairn 10m W at NY 08491 14075 is lower; ground 100m E is lower
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 723 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Long day out from Ennerdale. 15 miles and Grike, Crag fell, Caw fell, Haycock, Lank Rigg. Nice day but v cold at times.Mountainhikes20/03/2020
Pleasant circuit - Anglers' Crag, Crag Fell & Grike.ger06/02/2020
Revisit with PeteDave Geere01/12/2019
revisit with Dave Geerepedro101/12/2019
Grike, Crag Fell and Lank Rigg with Gus.AbiD26/11/2019
Grike-Crag Fell-Whoap-Lank Rigg. CLoudy, spot of rain. Parked near Kinniside Stone Circle.Nick09/09/2019
miserable in wind, mist and rainkickstand-grange03/09/2019
Grike, Caw fell and Lank Rigg 10milesjmistry8624/08/2019
Parked on the Fell Road after work and crossed Blakely Moss to approach Grike from the West. Left the summit heading East for Crag Fell.Theianwood45803/07/2019
Parked at the lower car park for a 28 mile circular walk. First I climbed Grike (488m), across to Lank Rigg (541m), Whoap (511m), and Crag Fell (522m) before descending back to the lake via the Crag Fell Pinnacles and Angler's Crag. From there completed the full loop of Ennerdale as far as Black Sail Hut and finished with a climb up Bowness Knott (333m).meltdiceburg23/06/2019
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME…Waking up on Cold fell road we had a great sleep undisturbed by people, cars and horses. We set off heading around Blakely Raise onto the forestry track. Seeing Grike it looked miles and miles away however this was nice and gradual through the cooling pine forest listening to Cuckoo’s and taking it easy. Very soon we came out of the forest and the only steep bit was in front. We made our way to the stile what we thought was half way up the incline only to take about 3 steps further up to see the summit. Very very impressive summit huge cairn with views out to see and over to Scotland. Really lovely first birthday walk of the day and not too strenuous. Crag fell the next target but was very much in sight. Off we head after a quick drink.Scotty 2 Hotty19/06/2019
Grike, Crag Fell, Whoap and Lank Rigg from the road near Sallathwaite Wood returning via Whoap Beck.Butty09/06/2019
G, M, MIdris20/04/2019
From Crag Felldavidsharpe2313/04/2019
With JGCW09/04/2019
walk-lank riggbabsjess28/03/2019
Me and my wet feetwhiteuss23/03/2019
Parked up from Swinside before the cattle grid and walked up onto the bridle path all the way up to Grike. Easy path to follow mostly gravel then a grassy ascent up to Grike. with RichieZoe Little17/03/2019
With Paul and Flashstephenhughes16/02/2019
me ste and flashPaul Beard16/02/2019
Parked at roadside at Blakeley Moss and followed track through forest to stile just west of Grike, continued to Crag Fell, Whoap and Lank Rigg.LizH04/02/2019
Bagged as part of a multi top day of 9 summits named the Calder Horseshoe in Bill Birketts bookWayne Mac27/10/2018
Up the old mine roadCyclistno125/10/2018
High winds, driving rain, visibility 50 ydsDD230920/10/2018
Grike, Crag Fell, Whoap, Lank Rigg.PGCE27/09/2018
Blakley Raise, Crag Fell and Grike from Scaley MossBheinn05/09/2018
Parked at Bleach Green > Crag Fell > GrikeFrankieJD23/05/2018
Parked near the old gravel pit, Grike, Crag Fell, Caw Fell, Haycock & Lank Rigg.Stu Percival26/04/2018
From Scaley Moss: Grike, Crag Fell, Whoap, and Lank Rigg. Lovely sunny spring day, got slightly sunburned. Stayed in a lovely room at the Westlakes Hotel for Simon's 50th.Lazylizzie14/04/2018
Bleach Green > Angler's Crag > Grike > Black Pots > Whoap > Lank Rigg > Whoap > Black Pots > Crag Fell > Ben Gill > Bleach Green. Sunny but really hazy, just me and Hjohnkaysleftleg11/04/2018
With DW from Scarny Brow parking. Ascent of Grike, Crag Fell, Whoap, Lankrigg and Blakeley Raise. 10 miles, 720m ascent. Great way to waste a Thursdaynukeboy129/03/2018
with Crag Fell and Lank RiggJephcote8329/03/2018
Joey the HoundGragmole25/03/2018
Ascent from Bleach Green Cottages via Ben Gill and Revelin Crag to Crag Fell. On to Grike and Blakeley Raise. Descent to ford over River Calder and up Whoap Beck. Ascent of Lank Rigg and back to Whoap. On to Iron Crag, Caw Fell and Silver Cove. Descent to Ling Mell Plantation and return via northern shore of Ennerdale Water.raymooremanx17/02/2018
Cockermouth trip, with Richard & Nickrichardsun27/01/2018
With Kingsley. 65mph winds and lashings of rain.jonesj221/10/2017
Parked in car park by Crag Farm next to Ennerdale Water, followed trail along Southern shore of Ennerdale, Haycock, Caw Fell, Iron Crag, Crag Fell, Grike. Mist on Haycock and Crag Fell, better views from Caw Fell and Grike, cold and damp conditions.Fell_wanderer10/10/2017
Included in a round of 9 hills from minor road to westAlan Caine30/09/2017
Round of Grike, Crag Fell, Whoap, Lank Rigg from south of Emmerdale Bridge.russell6117/09/2017
Scaly Moss - Grike - Crag Fell - Whoap - Lank Rigg - Scaly Mossnolan16/09/2017
Day before Kong - long day - 33KMdavechaffey26/08/2017
Parked at NY063130. With Anne Bellarby. Walked up road eastwards to bend in road, then on a path aiming for Lank Rigg. Followed a path not shown on OS maps somewhat to the north. Changed objective and went up SSW slopes to summit of Grike, partly through an area of felled forest. Nice weather and excellent views of Lakeland hills, Isle of man and SW Scotland. Returned westwards on path, track and path to road – a much better route than our outward route.pwbellarby13/08/2017
(Walkers with) Torun Mcmoran & Gary Dean (Parking/start point) Sillathwaite road side - River Calder - Lank Rigg Moss - Lank Rigg - Whoap - Crag Fell - Grike - Blakeley Moss - Sillathwaite.redbob11/08/2017
With Clair, Steve, Donna, Lynn, Jane and Suzanne.Ellie's Hills06/08/2017 c340 - solo walk from Scaly Moss - GRIKE - Crag Fell - Lank Rigg - Wainwright 97Nutty05/08/2017
Grike Crag Fell Caw Fell Haycock Lank RiggWifey201622/07/2017