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Hill number:2651
Height:529m / 1736ft
Parent (Ma):2634  The Old Man of Coniston [Coniston Old Man]
RHB Section:34D: Southern Cumbria
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Southern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Class:Hump, Dodd (500-599m), Dewey, Wainwright Outlying Fell, Birkett,
Synge, Fellranger, Clem
Grid ref:SD 23043 94452
Summit feature:rock 1m WSW of trig point
Col:397m  SD241952  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 96
(1:25k) OL6N
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 308 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
With K from Stickle Pike. Beautiful terrain. Clouds only just above summit.Ashley01/07/2019
Seathwaite > Caw > Pikes > Green Pikes > Seathwaite. Walked with N and H. Wonderful day with great visibility.johnkaysleftleg28/05/2019
From Hummer Lane for a round of White Pike, Green Pikes, Pikes, Caw, Brock Barrow, Fox Haw, Raven's Crag, The Knott and Yew Bank.rhalstead19/04/2019
From top of Kiln Bank Cross ascent of Stickle Pike (via Stickle Tarn). On to Tarn Hill and Dunnerdale Fells. Ascent of Great Stickle, descent o Hare Hall and return to road at Hoses. Ascent of Ravens Crag from Stainton Ground Quarry road. Descent to Long Mire, via Fox Haw. Ascent of Caw via Broadslack Crag, on to Pike and Green Pikes. Descent to Stephenson Ground via River Lickle, up to Long Mire, Haws, Jackson Ground, Whinscars and ascent of The Knott. Descent back to Stainton Ground Qurry and return to start.raymooremanx29/03/2019
From view point on minor road to West, with Ellie dog.BLACKHILL26/03/2019
A pleasant walk along to this one with a wee sting in the tail from the old mine. Fine, warm and clear.Walker Dan25/02/2019
Surprisingly only my third time up here because it's such a great hill. Solo. Went out to visit Tail Crag before returning to Park Head Road.Dangerous Dave19/11/2018
Followed Wainwrights guide. Very easy to find the quarry access track and was easy to navigate there on to the summit.Sham Sharrock24/10/2018
AW's outliers last of four on a twelve mile walk from the free car park to the south on the minor road south west of Torver. Route first went over Walna Scar, Green Pikes , Pikes and then finishing over Caw.WAYNE ROWLETT18/08/2018
With Sue from Seathwaite Church cp. Very misty and wet.Frank20/07/2018
From Broughton Mills with Foot Loose circuit including Great Stickle, Stickle Pike , Brock Barrow , Pikes , Green Pikes , Fox Haw , Ravens Crag and The KnottGrey Hare27/05/2018
Caw from GR:SD 22901 96099ronaldo33302/05/2018
Birkett 3Dave Geere22/08/2017
WOs 31,32 and 33. A wet morning and set off with Joyce in drizzle from Turner Farm campsite and followed W's route over Caw, Pikes and Green Pikes. Soon cleared up and sun came out with great views. Caught up a group of students near quarry but got slightly lost in the fields on the way down. Good route up, not so good down.BURGESS22/07/2017
Cumbrian Traverse - Broughton Mills to KeswickIWC16/06/2017
AW's route over Caw, Pikes and Green Pike from Seathwaite. High winds nearly dislodged me from Caw's summit. A superb walk. Worth taking a look at the Glyder-like set of rock spikes North of the summit of Green Pike.Nick Down101/05/2017
As part of GL3D 2017Jim T01/05/2017
First fell after injury as a tester. Climbed from Seathwaite then to Pikes then Green Pike. Very cold with strong winds making walking on tops difficult. Good visibilty for such low fells.Grasmoor15/04/2017
Very windy but good visibility.Peak Rambler13/04/2017
Last of the Wainwright Outlying Fells.Neil Midgley09/04/2017
A short day in the Dunnerdale Fells with Parlick. We managed to dodge the weather and had a cool day out taking in Pikes and Green PikesShutterlag07/02/2017
Parked at Broughton Mills. Great Stickle, Tarn Hill, Dunnerdale Fells, Stickle Pike, Caw, Pikes, Green Pikes, Raven's Crag, The Knott. Dry with cloud on some summits.Fell_wanderer16/01/2017
cj bw Elishachrisj196526/12/2016
7th of 12 hill circuit.Dusty08/11/2016
Walk up from ulpha via stickle pike. Cloudy, but no rain. Cloud levels varying. We ascended the west face but access is easier from the north west where there is an unmapped path/sheep track. Steep towards the end in any case!!MarkGD18/09/2016
Parked at Stephenson Ground which had not been let (Space for 4-5 cars alongside disused farm buildings) - NW up Long Mire bridleway to Brock Barrow & then picked way up through outcrops to the summit trig point. Continued to Pikes & Green Pikes. (PM)gerrybowes16/09/2016
Walked round from Kiln Bank car parking area on another hot day for September 2016.Dugswell215/09/2016
Fascinating little mine on Caw you can walk into. Take a torch!Nick13/09/2016
Done with RT & SW from Seathwaite taking in Green Pike, Pikes and Great Stickle. Lovely weather and brilliant views. Nice pint in the Newton Inn to round off a fabulous day.falunty19/04/2016
Having orienteered over this fell on many occasions this proved to be my first ascent to the summit. Walked from the road head to the south. Good visibility and views.JohnW24/02/2016
Coniston Coppermines YH to Foxfield.Smudge10/10/2015
Walked from Seathwaite using Wainwright's Outlying Fells on my own. Bright spells of sunshine but very windy on the summit. I enjoyed the climb up this fell. Didn't go as far on the quarry path as Wainwright suggests. Got below the summit and found a steep path that brought me out at the trig point. Fantastic views from the summit but had to sit down to take them as the wind was so strong.flockwatcher26/08/2015
From Broughton Moor. Green Pikes, Pikes, Caw, Brock Barrow, Fox Haw, Park Head Road Top, Raven's Crag and The Knott. Glorious sunny Day.AlunRees3112/08/2015
From Broughton Moor. Green Pikes, Pikes, Caw, Brock Barrow, Fox Haw, Park Head Road Top, Raven's Crag and The Knott. Glorious sunny Day.Alunrees3312/08/2015
Couldn't see a thing in the clag-in July- bit iffy navigating from Pikes and on to Brock BarrowMark Sims07/07/2015
up from Stephenson ground, wo18bardolph11/05/2015
solo walk great viewscolinfielding04/05/2015
Coniston to Seathwaite via Walna Scar,White Maiden,White Pike,Green Pikes,Pikes,Caw & Goat Crag.tim74704/04/2015
Long day with Katy (Caravan Coniston)Sunny and Hot good views.George Thompson23/07/2014
Very hot day Done with Walna Scar, Pikes and Green Pikes from Park Coppice, ConistonKatyT23/07/2014
Parked (just in gateway) near Knott end. Walked road to Stephenson Ground. Then Bridleway to col nr Caw Moss. Green Pikes, Pikes, Caw, Brock Barrow, Park Head Roadtop, Fox Haw, Raven's Crag and The Knott followed. Steep Decent SE to start point near Ball Hall SD227918.nordicstar13/07/2014
From Broughton Forest via Appletreeworth with Trev Middlebrook and John Mooregary.jones425/05/2014
Birkett's walk from Stephenson Ground, beautiful sunny day.citygent17/05/2014
Up from Broughton Mills on round of seven tops on grand Spring day. With Catman and Oscar.rosiebridge17/05/2014
With Catman and Bridget.oscarrosie17/05/2014
Also done 03/12/2000.ngthack08/02/2014
Solo run from road summit.amswanston15/10/2013
Stephenson Ground > The Knott > Raven's Crag > Fox Haw > Brock Barrow > CAW rocky outcrop topped with a trig point (S5586) > Pikes > Green Pikes > Stephenson GroundTony Hartry II27/09/2013
With DJ and JillGrey Hare23/08/2013
With Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave18/07/2013