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Name:Dufton Pike
Hill number:2775
Height:481m / 1578ft
RHB Section:35A: The Northern Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:North Pennines - Western Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Eden (Carlisle)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (400-499m), Clem
Grid ref:NY 69987 26629
Summit feature:no feature; short grass
Col:318m  NY704265  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 91
(1:25k) OL19N
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 316 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
with Meldon Hill & Knock Felljef02/06/2020
Dufton Pike > Brownber Hill from GR: NY 68969 25002ronaldo33322/12/2019
Dufton Pike > Brownber Hill from GR: NY 68969 25002Hippster22/12/2019
With family. From CP in village, ascent on good opaths via lane by church via Pusgill. Descent to NNW and return via Hurning Lane (the descent route if staying on paths goes through a few fields of cattle and is extreme muddy (cattle slurry!) in places.benalder28419/10/2019
In the cloud and rain so no views but good walk from Dufton up calf tweaker of a good path from SE then across NW ridge to join Pennine Way for return. 1.5 hours .Mark Sims30/08/2019
Nice walk from Dufton reached the top in clag but lovely hill will be back in good weather for the view.Fellhugger29/07/2019
With Jasminejonesthesteam28/07/2019
With Jo, circular walk from Dufton: out along Hurning Lane and ascending via the north west ridge, then descending via south east ridge and returning past Pusgill House. Weather; sunny intervals, good visibility north but otherwise moderate.amblerbob23/05/2019
From Dufton via Pennine Waysolitaryfellwanderer09/03/2019
Solo. From car park in Dufton along bridle way up Pus Gill, through gate to access land and up SE ridge to summit. Back same way. Fresh snow covered the hill. I had previously claimed that I climbed Dufton Pike in 1942 and that this was my first Marilyn. I withdrew this claim in 2017 as I felt that there was insufficient evidence that the summit had been reached.pwbellarby09/03/2019
With: hb; Short but very enjoyable walk from CP in Dufton village up Pusgill path, then through gate to access land and steep ascent to top. Descent NW then down to Gr Rundale Beck and back via Pennine Way. A bit windy on top!Ian Baines09/11/2018
With: ib; Short but very enjoyable walk from CP in Dufton village up Pusgill path, then through gate to access land and steep ascent to top. Descent NW then down to Gr Rundale Beck and back via Pennine Way. A bit windy on top! Helen Baines09/11/2018
With 8 others on a morning stroll from Dufton.Phreerunner28/10/2018
Up Pusgill down Pennine Way from car park in Dufton.NormanW15/10/2018
With GeraldRob Pen y Garn30/09/2018
G RIdris30/09/2018
Started 3.30pm, soon after arriving in Dufton, as Pike was clear to see and afternoon calm. Took just 1hr 15mins to reach summit and able to admire long distance views before mist began to creep in.Peak Rambler13/09/2018
En route to Lakes, walked up from Dufton Village just as rain was stopping on a generally miserable day.IanHHill29/07/2018
Parked at Cow Green Reservoir and left just after 8.00am. Climbed to Dufton Fell past 692m trig point. Descended in Rundale Beck and followed track to south west corner of Dufton Pike. Climbed to reach summit at approximately 12.30pm. Returned via similar route although went further up Runedale Beckvalley past kiln before returning via trig point to High Cup Nick Valley. Hard going on the return as very dry and windy and I 'hit the wall'. Eventualy back to the car park at 6.10pm so 10 hours total. Saw no more that 12 people on a glorious day for walking. Made sure open access dates were ok.TractorBoy30/06/2018
Climbed from Dufton with the family. Hot!Gary Heath24/06/2018
Out to Cross Fell from Dufton on the Pennine Way, returning over Little Dun Fell, Great Dunn Fell, Knock Fell, Backstone Edge, Brownber Hill and Dufton Pike.rhalstead27/05/2018
With K. Got this on second attempt. Usualy Pusgill route and then on to Knock Fell for a round.Ashley22/04/2018
With K and RM from Dufton YH. Had to turn back due to a blizzard. Summit not reached.Ashley02/04/2018
Evening at sunset from Dufton. Bridalway filled with snow, hill clear of it. Just back at dark.N.Morters08/03/2018
Parked in Dufton, then along bridle path. Being overtaken by fell runners all the way to summit. 5cm snow and limited views. Descent particulary treacherous lower down on steep wet snowcjo03/02/2018
From car park in Dufton. RoW to NY 7030 2618 where a gate gives access to the fellside. On to Brownber Hill in a near enough direct line of sight.jonglew16/12/2017
From Dufton car park out Threlkeld track then taking steep grass track by wall beyond Brownber Hill to col. Short pull to flat top from there then down west to Pennine Way before taking in very pleasant ascent of Dufton Pike and return by outward route.SS07/10/2017
From village via Pus Gill track. Its a bloomin steep climb but the geight soon gained and what a summit. Descended towards the Pennine Way. Theres no access to the way direct from here though. And its very muddy when you get there...stig_nest14/09/2017
Loop from Dufton. Fine weather. Rounsfell15/08/2017
From Dufton car park along track to gate on east side, straight up and down. Then followed track then wall to Brownber Hill. Staying with the high ground to Backstone Edge, onto High Cup Nick and Pennine Way back to Dufton,dgresty12/07/2017
Easy there and back from Dufton village.milimana01/07/2017
Possibly one of the best Marilyns in the Pennines, notable for the complete absence of bogs. A very pleasant afternoon stroll from Dufton, up the delightfully named Pus Gill, a fine, steep grassy climb to the top, down the NW side, to Great Rundale Beck, Pennine Way and then the track leading to the West End of Dufton.Gill28/06/2017
From Dufton with J as a leg stretcher to break up the journey to the Borders for a week's (NotReally) Bagging. A superb wee summit with good views broken by occasional squalls. Pity we didn't have a bit more time to explore the neighbouring high ground.NotReallyABagger20/05/2017
The highlight of a day's (5h20min) walking in the fascinating Whin Sill area between the high pennines and Eden Valley. After Brownber Hill(qv), up a thin trod from GR 703268, near the old quarry. Steep grass, joining a very obvious path up the SE ridge. Lovely summit- an E gale blowing just below it on the ESE side, but just a gentle breeze on the lovely summit and the delightful NW ridge which is reminiscent of the NW hills in Lakeland. With sunshine everywhere, the E wind wouldn't have the strength of a Helm wind, which might have made my route much less pleasant. As it was- a really good day, thoroughly recommended.pwheeler08/05/2017
From cp in Dufton with SR. Very windyFrank04/05/2017
Dufton car park - Dufton Pike East/West traverse, Knock Pike, Flagdaw, Knock Fell, Backstone Edge, High Cup Nick,Harthwaite, Keisley Bank. 27.5k epic with Mart and Daisy. Thick cloud on Dufton Pike. Three roe deer spotted.John Eley29/01/2017
Flagdaw, road ascent to Knock Fell, Backstone Edge, High Cup Nick, Harthwaite, Keisley Bank. Frozen & snow covered ground above around 470m, visability ranging between 20-100m up to Knock Old Man then across to Backstone Edge and off. Unsure of actual temperatures. Wind 10-20km at high summits.Rotorslap29/01/2017
Sunny, but cold wind.Winterfloodian25/01/2017
Repeat w Jenx from Dufton and up SW ridge. Great hillnordicstar23/12/2016
Up and down East side, via gate just after access point on fence corner, from Dufton. Warm up for Mickle Fell.Danmawr06/08/2016
Enjoyable walk from Dufton along Pennine Way and then via grassy path on North-West ridge.Temperature nudging 30 degrees.Splendid views.With Oscar.catman19/07/2016
With Catman.oscarrosie19/07/2016
from cp in dufton track up to gate then grass path to the top great views.robertphillips27/06/2016
#596 - Detour off PWtim74720/06/2016
7.5 walk from Knock village in perfect weather, walked up path to Knock Pike (Nice Little Hill), then back and along paths across fields to NW ridge up onto Dufton Pike (Great Little Hill), descended same way and thought Brownber Hill looked to tempting to ignore, so slogged up steep slopes to Brownber Hill Top, back along paths to Knock, then travelled to Baugh Fell.DanTrig16/05/2016
Clear, blue, icy and very snowy. The route Dufton - Pus Gill House - Dufton Pike Summit - Pennine Way to Knock Fell (Knock Old Man) Summit - Swindale Head - Backstone Edge Summit Cairn then Trig - Threalkeld Side - Dufton.briandavies15/02/2016
Walked from Dufton car park (free parking) via Pusgill House, then an energetic climb from the SE. Excellent viewpoint.moorsman30/09/2015
From Dufton village following an obvious path.JohnStoneham06/09/2015