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Name:St Raven's Edge
Hill number:3573
Height:593m / 1946ft
Parent (Ma):2540  Stony Cove Pike [Caudale Moor]
RHB Section:34C: Lake District - Eastern Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Far Eastern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Eden (Carlisle), Leven (Ulverston)
Watershed:Morecambe Bay, St Bees Head to Ravenscar, Solway Firth
Class:Dodd (500-599m), Dewey, Birkett, Synge
(Tu,5,Dew,B,Sy)
Grid ref:NY 40613 08381
Summit feature:outcrop
Drop:40m
Col:553m  NY406088  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 90
(1:25k) OL7N
Observations:outcrop is 205m NNE of large cairn at NY 40536 08187
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Parked at Hartstop Harstop Dodd,followed the wall to Cauldale Moor,out and back to Ravens edge,stoney cove pike and back to Hartstop via Gray Crag.9.2 miles in fantastic conditions first time been ablt to see blackpool tower.jocks108/08/2019
AN EARLY START AS RAIN FORECAST FOR LATER. WENT STRAIGHT UP AND BACK ST. RAVEN'S EDGE AND JOHN BELL'S BANNER FROM THE KIRKSTONE PASS. BACK AT CAMPSITE FOR LUNCH, TOOK DOWN TENT AND WENT HOME. A VERY SATISFACTORY FORTNIGHT ADDING 62 BIRKETTS WITHOUT GETTING WET!BURGESS21/07/2019
Debs & Tali, for Joss's 1962 Mountain trial rerun. With Pete N, Paul H, Peter F.Mountain Goat20/07/2019
From Kirkstone Pass steeply up to St Raven's Edge, up to Caudale Moor via Pike How cairn, missed the Atkinson Monument, easy across to Stony Cove Pike then steep down to Threshthwaite Mouth & even steeper back up to Thornthwiate Crag-impressive tower cairn/beacon, nice steady up to High Street, down past The Knott, Angle Tarn to Boredale Hause &to Patterdale, warm & dry, periods of sunshine.apricorum07/07/2019
Climbed as part of Lakeland 5 Passes RaceJim T15/06/2019
Steeply up from the Kirkstone Inn. With Bryher.jenx19/05/2019
Done with Richard Turner taking St. Ravens Edge, John Bell's Banner/Caudale Moor & Stony Cove Pike. Beautiful sunny day with great views.falunty10/10/2018
On the way up and down Stony Cove.Topographer5710/09/2018
After a bit of lunch in the Kirkstone Inn. Bit of mist over the fells but not too bad.M6KIO08/08/2018
From Hart Crag. On the way down to Kirkstone Pass Inn.jonglew18/07/2018
On the way to Stoney Cove PikeGill21/06/2018
With K en route to Stoney Cove PikeAshley23/05/2018
From Kirkstone Pass Inn. With Geordie and a party fro WBMCJohn Lee14/01/2018
After a few taxis refused to drive us up due to ice we finally set off from Kirkstone Pass Inn later than planned. I'm not exaggerating when I say it was so icy we had to crawl sections. Beautiful once up on top. With GFEFionalevey18/12/2017
St Raven's Edge, Hart Crag, Pike How, Stony Cove Pike, Thornthwaite Crag, High Street, Kidsty Pike, Rampsgill Head, The Knott, Rest Dodd, Satura Crag, Buck Crag, Brock Crags, Angletarn Pikes South Top, Heck Crag, Angletarn Pikes, Stony Riggkeithouk08/10/2017
On route from Kirkstone Pass car park to Stony Cove PikeWestdenewalker15/09/2017
St Raven's Edge - Pike How - Hart Crag - Cauldale Moor [John Bell's Banner] - Stony Cove Pike [Cauldale Moor] - Raven Crag - Stony Cove Pike [Cauldale Moor] - St Raven's Edge from GR: NY 40114 08066ronaldo33310/09/2017
Gold Group SearchingMountain Goat07/09/2017
Part of impromptu walk from Kirkstone Pass there and back with Delva. Planned walk from Patterdale had to be abandoned following road closure involving accident during Cycling event and arrival of air ambulance opposite the InnNeilb03/09/2017
Walk round the Troutbeck Parish Boundary. Ascent 4IWC04/08/2017
I walked on my own from Hartsop. Hot with a welcome breeze occasionally. Great views of Red Screes. I was going to drop down to the Kirkstone Inn after this fell and climb Red Screes but decided it was to hot for a steep scamble.flockwatcher18/07/2017
From Kirkstone on way to High Street.NormanW19/06/2017
With the boysgarth8705/05/2017
4 mile there and back walk from the top of the Kirkstone Pass, bagging St. Ravens Edge and Caudale Moor, perfectly sunny with not a cloud in the sky, still a lot of deep snow up here, I put my foot in it and it came up to the top of my leg. Bagged Orrest Head that morning, the last of 3 days in the Lake District in perfect sunny weather, the days before we bagged Scafell Pike, Lingmell, Seatallan, Longlands Fell, Lowthwaite Fell, Knott, Great Calva and Binsey.DanTrig27/03/2017
As part of a round with Andy starting at a layby on the Kirkstone Road. Great views throughout. Route based on a Birkett walk.JohnStoneham06/10/2016
Up from the Kirkstone Inn with Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie. Back the same way.Dangerous Dave24/08/2016
Troutdale circuit walk with Lesley from Troutdale bridge on a hot day. 'Fpath gang out doing a good job laying stones on path up to Caudale Moor. Descended via the little visited(?) lovely Woundale -boggy path to lovely wooded valley paths to Troutbeck then lane down hugging shade and picking early blackberries.Chris Pearson18/08/2016
A bump on the way to other bumps. Company: Solo Started Kirkstones CP at 5.15 am that way the peaks have less traffic.iandesbottes30/07/2016
From the car park opposite the Kirkstone Inn. A 40 minute walk with GB.bolton14/07/2016
Large free car park opposite the Kirkstone Pass Inn (401081) - Through gate opposite & up good path to summit outcrop. (PM)gerrybowes14/07/2016
With Sue, Sue O, Heather T-S, Carmen, David and Rowan on the second half of the Patterdale Parish Boundary Walk.Phreerunner02/07/2016
round of red screes, st ravens edge, caudale moor, stony cove pike, thornthwaite crag, high street,from the inn.robertphillips13/09/2015
Lakes Sky UltraLittledave12/09/2015
St Ravens edge, pike how, stones cove and caudle head on a lovely sunny dayTobo196907/09/2015
A kikstone dovedale circuit with Dell,inc Hartsop Dodd,Cauldale Moor, Raven Crag Red Screes, Middle dodd, Little Hart crag, High Hartsop Dodd and Hartsop How. With Dellfellrunner18/08/2015
Lots of parking. Pleasant route.destaylor10/07/2015
Windy, but otherwise fair.pwithnall06/06/2015
Part of 15 peak / 31km / 1673m climb route from Kirkstone Pass pub including: St Raven's Edge - Caudale Moor - Hartsopp Dodd - Stony Cove Pike - Gray Crag - Thornthwaite Crag - Kidsty Pike - The Knott - Rest Doddstevem7623/04/2015
Started from Hartsop with Ian and Louise in fog and low cloud, but broke through cloud on climb up Hartsop Dodd. Great temperature inversion across Cumbria and Lancashire through hike over Caudale Moor to Kirkstone Inn lunch. Cleared on walk over Troutbeck Tongue and finish at Troutbeck villagemavero1006/04/2015
Birkett 3Dave Geere15/02/2015
Patterdale to Ambleside via Hartsop Dodd, Raven Crag, Stony Cove Pike, Caudale Moor, Pike How, St Raven's Edge and The Struggle to Ambleside. Another blue-skied November day with fantastic views of the surrounding fells!nosdrahcir30/11/2014
Parked at the Kirkstone Pass Inn. St Raven's Edge, Hart Crag, Pike How, Caudale Moor, Stony Cove Pike, Thornthwaite Crag and Troutbeck Tongue. Great weather for November!! :-)AlunRees3116/11/2014
Parked at the Kirkstone Pass Inn. St Raven's Edge, Hart Crag, Pike How, Caudale Moor, Stony Cove Pike, Thornthwaite Crag and Troutbeck Tongue. Great weather for November!! :-)Alunrees3316/11/2014
Nice steady descent from Caudale Moor. Dropped out of the cloud to get good views to Windermere and Morecambe Bay. Had couple of hours in the Kirkstone Pass Inn whilst waiting for the bus.Si's 2nd round01/11/2014
walk-caudale moorbabsjess24/07/2014
From Kirkstone Pass CP down the valley(!)then up to John Bell's Banner,Caudale Moor(revisit),Pike How, Hart Crag and here.Mild,mostly cloudy day.With Bridget and Oscar.Very enjoyable.catman01/06/2014
With Catman and Oscar.rosiebridge01/06/2014
With Bridget and Catman.oscarrosie01/06/2014
Parked at the Kirkstone Inn and an easy walk up to the summit, on to Stoney Cove Pikebardolph24/05/2014
Nicola, William, Anna, Jacqui, Lucy & George.Dazza25/04/2014