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Name:Grey Crag [Sleddale Fell]
Hill number:2565
Height:638m / 2093ft
Parent (Ma):2559  Tarn Crag (Sleddale)
RHB Section:34C: Lake District - Eastern Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Far Eastern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Class:Simm, Hewitt, Nuttall, Wainwright, Birkett,
Synge, Fellranger, Buxton & Lewis, Bridge
Grid ref:NY 49714 07220
Summit feature:rocky outcrop
Col:597m  NY493077  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 90
(1:25k) OL7N
Observations:outcrop is 40m N of cairn (NY 49713 07177) and c 1.7m higher
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 822 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
With Keithchristine9921/03/2020
With ChristineKeith9921/03/2020
Up from Sadgill, honesty box on the track. First to Grey Crag and Tarn crag, followed paths throughout. Solo Ascent, weather was clear but a bit cold.James Burrows20/10/2019
Great Howe, Grey Crag, Harrop Pike, Tarn Crag from Sad Gill wit SR&FRBheinn02/10/2019
With Sue and NB from Sad Gill, Great Howe, Grey Crag, Harrop Pike, Tarn Crag. Good weather.Frank02/10/2019
Sadgill, Great Howe, Grey Crag, Tarn Crag, descent NW then quarry road.squeegs28/09/2019
Swindale Foot > Swindale Head > Selside Pike > High Howes > Branstree > Tarn Crag > Grey Crag > Harrop Pike > Little Mosedale Beck > Swindale Head > Swindale Foot. Just me and H. Beautiful morning and walking in sunshine up to Selside Pike. Clag came in after that and remaining tops had at best Hazy very restricted views. Typically cloud broke up when descending by Little Mosedale Beck.johnkaysleftleg26/08/2019
After Tarn Crag and Harrop Pike on way back to Sadgill.NormanW24/08/2019
We followed the path over to the summit from Tarn Crag. boggy in places but easy to follow route. We descended via Great How to Sadgill and returned to Haweswater via Gatescarth Pass. With MB and RichieZoe Little18/08/2019
TC, EC, Pete & Alfie Day trip to Sadgill from Lincoln. Last peak of the day but we went wrong from the top of Tarn Crag, losing too much height, so had to regain the height and find the path. End of a long day. Sore knees at the end!TopCat195903/08/2019
Parked Sadgill, up the Gatesgarth Pass track and swung round and up behind Tarn Crag, bit of a slog. Then over to Harrop Pike and back to Grey Crag. Dropped down to Great Howe and back to car. Hot sweaty day again.Mark T14/07/2019
From Tarn Crag with Damian, Eire, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave13/07/2019
A Longsleddale Round. Grey Crag (Longsleddale), Tarn Crag (Longsleddale), Branstree & Selside Pike.sms.3706/07/2019
With Ian. Second ascent.PeteF01/07/2019
From Tarn Crag. hot. On my own. Head to Harrop Pike.alwaysinshorts28/06/2019
With BenCora Thorny23/06/2019
Lovely sunny afternoon with Leonie together with Tarn Crag.jonesj209/06/2019
Walk from Sadgill - Grey Crag and Tarn Crag.janey.m27/05/2019
With CPgarth8703/04/2019
With JGCW26/03/2019
Swindale,Selside Pike, High Howes, Branstree, Tarn Crag, Grey Crag, Harrop Pike back via Mosedale Cottage. Managed to find parking at Truss gap just after gate.garyhoney14/10/2018
From Sadgill, Great Howe first. On to Tarn Crag.jonglew22/09/2018
Wainwright bagging day far Eastern fellsjmistry8604/08/2018
With Stephen. Selside Pike, Branstree NE top, Branstree (via Artle Beacon), Tarn Crag, Grey Crag & Harrop Pike. Parked at Mardale Head.ADT23/06/2018
With wifey and Noblesstephenhughes29/05/2018
me and PicklesPaul Beard17/05/2018
High House Bank, Robin Hood, Lord's Seat, Grey Crag, Tarn Crag, Scam Matthewkeithouk13/05/2018
From Mardale Head, Haweswater: Selside Pike, Branstree, Tarn Crag, Grey Crag, Harrop Pike. Beautiful hot May Bank holiday weekend. Went to the Punch Bowl in Askham village for a meal afterwards.Lazylizzie06/05/2018
The start of our 6 day bank holiday weekend. Dropped Myla off and headed off on the adventure. First issue was the road into the valley through Burnside was closed so had to head up to Shap and turn off down into the valley of Longsleddale. Once at Sadgill bridge we parked up I realised I forgot my fleece and had no coat…amateur. We headed through the gate straight up easy gully stopping for breakfast on a cliff edge using our new Jetboil again. From the followed the route up to the summit. Seemed to go on and on forever but great views of the valley, survey posts and kentmere pike and the Yorkshire dales of course. Great start to the week.Scotty 2 Hotty02/05/2018
(Walkers with) Dave Topliss, Torun Mcmoran, Susan Woodhouse. (Start/Parking point) Swindale - Swindale Head - Old Corpse Road - Selside Pike - High Howes (Branstree North East top) - Branstree - Mosedale col - Tarn Crag - Grey Crag - Harrop Pike - Little Mosedale - Mosedale - Swindale Head - Swindale.redbob08/04/2018
just me, cracking weatherwhiteuss24/02/2018
Up from Great Howe.bevandy11422/02/2018
From Sadgill via Great Howe, nice steep start.Cyclistno116/02/2018
With Neil B Grey Crag - Tarn Crag - Branstree - Selside PikeRoy_H09/02/2018
Parked by Longsledale Church - Lane then track zig- zag it goes up the hill to the open moor above - Capplebarrow (513) - Ancrow Brow - Mere Crag - Sledale Moor (638) - Harrop Pike (637) - Tarn Crag (664) - Sadgill - lane back to Longsledale Churchbriandavies02/12/2017
Up from parking at Sadgill Bridge Wainwright route over Great Howe. Lunch at summit cairn, warm in sun. Lovely and quiet not met anyone so far. On to Harrop Pike as today's priority is Birkett bagging.Hillsidenick02/11/2017
good walkhikester22/10/2017
Wainwright Walk #31 - Grey Crag & Tarn Crag on the way to my wedding!!Kev_F29/09/2017
Round of Longsleddale, on Martin's birthday weekend.Grinner23/09/2017
Parked the car at Truss Gap Swindale & ran up the Corpse Road before turning off to climb Seaside Pike, Branstree via Artlecrag Pike, Tarn Crag & Grey Crag dropping back into Swindale via Harrop Pike & Forces Falls. 14.16 miles 2,527ft of ascent.Stu Percival12/07/2017
Solo with Branstree, Selside Pike and Tarn Crag.robba_wag01/07/2017
St Mary's Church CP -> Great Howe -> Grey Crag -> Harrop Pike -> Ancrow Brow N -> Ancrow Brow -> Swinklebank Crag -> Capplebarrow -> St Mary's Church CPbriandiggle28/05/2017
Sunny on our 2nd peak of Easter Monday 2017. Subway Veggie Delite on top! Ran a little on the way down to make sure we were on time to get Al's train from Oxenholme. Panic at the bottom - mislaid phone - under car (duh!). Still lambs everywhere.AlanDStewart17/04/2017
From Memorial lay-by on A6 (NY 55383 06193) - Whatshaw Common East Top - Whatshaw Common - Little Yarlside - Great Yarlside - Wasdale Pike - Great Yarlside - Harrop Pike - Grey Crag - Lord's Seat - Robin Hood - High House Bank. Grassy paths throughout although sometimes vague. Very wet underfoot, would only recommend after a prolonged dry period.david23020102/04/2017
Beautiful day to bag 2 elusive wainwright's Grey Crag & Tarn Crag Made more interesting in the snow covered bogs again That's 18 & 19 for the yearTobo196926/03/2017
Grey Crag and Tarn Crag From Sadgill - In snow and sunshineWifey201626/03/2017
With davek973aren20/03/2017