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Name:Knock Pike
Hill number:5303
Height:398m / 1306ft
Parent (Ma):2707  Cross Fell
Section:35A: The Northern Pennines
Area:North Pennines - Western Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Eden (Carlisle)
Class:Hump, Tump (300-399m)
(Hu,Tu,3)
Grid ref:NY 68592 28248
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:101m
Col:297m  NY 68794 28524  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 91
(1:25k) OL19N OL31W
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 76 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
With Jenx and Bryher, up the bridleway lane from Knock, very wet and muddy in places. Someone had tried to cycle it and lost their bike I think ;-). Once onto hill pleasant going, superb views. Back direct to Christian centre and road to start.nordicstar25/10/2017
From NY685288summitsup24/09/2017
Parked in Knock, took direct ROW to access land then up SE ridge. Fine views, strong E breeze. Picked up sheep tracks and wider grassy tracks to descend to W old quarry on N side of hill. Continued with Brownber Hill(qv) and Dufton Pike(qqv) in a day's walking (5h20min) in the fascinating Whin Sill area between the high pennines and Eden Valley.pwheeler08/05/2017
With Evan, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave19/02/2017
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. Watch out for the hole in the bridge over Knock Gill!!John Eley29/01/2017
From the minor road to the north. Pleasant grassy slopes all the way to top.Campbell Singer10/08/2016
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
Parked at the first gate just before the 430m contour on the radar road & went anticlockwise round 3 tumps. Via path to quarry.agentmancuso13/10/2015
Parking available on the road to the west. Along the bridleway for a short distance then down towards a gate and up to the summitmoorsman30/09/2015
Dufton- Knock - Knock Pike - Flagdaw - access road - Great Dun Fell - Little Dun Fell - Cross Fell - back along PW to Knock Fell - down P Way to Dufton - Appleby. Lovely little summit! Footpath from Knock v overgrown. Hardly any path from ROW that passes to SE of hill; one wall to climb.Mark Jackson28/07/2015
Parked beside Gravel Pit on Great Dun Fell access road, then down footpath SE, using gated access to Knock Pike from near the Quarry. No cattle just sheep today!Fisky Boy30/06/2015
With Fisky Boy.Brenda Cloke30/06/2015
Knock Pike, Flagdaw, Burney Hill. No highland cattle today on Knock Pike today. There's gated access to the fell from the quarry.ijpowell11/07/2014
There's a lane around the back of this hill, and unexpectedly a large quarry with face about 150' high. Easy grassy slopes to sudden arrival on summit marked by single small stone.Aye Jimmy10/08/2013
After Dufton Pike and Brownber Hill.Crib Goch06/04/2013
Wintery day with summit just below the snowline. Very steep descent to the north which was a bit tricky as I was in trainers having left my boots back in my car in Brimingham!signyred09/03/2013
Parked to N. Track then bits of paths. Highland cattle with young still there - gave them a very wide berth and followed wall when got to it on way back - so that if needed could scramble over it!destaylor20/09/2012
Climbed up from road. Interesting when I discovered that there was a herd of highland cattle on the hill but, luckily, they were friendly.clivevilla01/09/2012
As chrisbien - climbed as first fell of the day on round of the Cross Fell range - parked by quarry at NY 686 288 - room for one car.marktrengove12/07/2012
Parked by Knock and ran circuit up lane past Close Ho to GR686287 and path to old Quarry, used old tracks RHS of quarry and minor top to summit. Glorious day with extended views of Eden valley. SE ridge to lane and back to Knock.nordicstar27/03/2012
From SSW on wet path passed farm at Knock and relatively easy field access to a very windy summit on a bright autumn day.Dugswell214/11/2011
From Dufton pike. Tricky finding a way to get up without going through a few of the farmers fields. Descended to the road to the West and walked back to Dufton.The Team14/08/2011
W Darren at start of our annual bagging week (Clems,Deweys,400s and Donalds - 'pre Tump' days) From Knock village followed by a large friendly dog for hours all the way round. Up SE flank. Geologist near summit then Flagdaw & Brownber Hill(had to lift the large dog awkwardly over a stile or two.Chris Pearson01/08/2011
Through sheep on a gated track and bridle way onto WDP to the open fell. Faint path uphill through another gate, crossed a gap in another wall filled with barbed wire to the rounded dome at 13.30. No cairn. Cross Fell in cloud.arranc04/06/2011
Parked at entrance to quarry 6855 2878. Along bridleway and up w side of quarry on feint track. Great viewschrisbien17/07/2010
From the car park in Dufton - part of a 13 mile walk including Dufton Pike, Brownber Hill, Backstone Edge, Knock Fell & Knock Pike. Very hot & dry underfoot.David Gradwell23/05/2010
fine steep hill, probably fine view (moonlight). via gate on tarmac road to W RHW16/02/2003
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Guy Heelis12/02/2017
Mick Moore30/06/2016
Kiltie26/06/2015
chrissiedixie07/03/2015
Wycombe Wanderer05/11/2014
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Dave Geere12/03/2014
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Alan Whatley14/06/2013
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